This clever marketing campaign can be summed up in one sentence. When all else fails, try bacon. More people are getting fit these days, running and exercising. However, these people still love bacon. Reebok wants to give it to them.
A couple of years ago we spotted a business card of an Apple employee hilariously named Sam Sung. This being the Internet, we were skeptical about the card, but it turns out that Sam does exist, and he did work for Apple.
In tribute to The Guardians of the Galaxy, Artist Danica Asurdzic, aka DeeArtist on DeviantArt, created this amazing Groot pendant. It is made of copper wire and gemstones and really captures his likeness perfectly.
Because a robot vacuum cleaner isn’t unique enough nowadays, Samsung equipped its upcoming VR9000H with a few tricks to make it stand out. The most interesting of which is a feature called Point Cleaning, which will allow you to indirectly control the vacuum cleaner using the laser pointer built into its remote control.
We Love Fine and writer Matt Fraction’s H Signs t-shirt is based on Hawkeye #19. That issue of Fraction’s and David Aja’s comic book series has been lauded for its portrayal of daily life for deaf people.
I’ve long wanted to have a slick heads-up display in my car to show me things like speed, RPM, and direction. That would be much cooler than having my iPhone attached to the windshield with a RAM mount.
Nintendo has a monopoly in the Legend of Zelda franchise. Literally. The Legend of Zelda version of Monopoly was actually announced a few months ago, but now we have some images. Read on to see what the finished version of the game will look like.
Way back in 2004, the European Space Agency launched a spacecraft called Rosetta on a mission to enter orbit around a comet and send a lander to its surface. The comet is called 67P/CG, and after ten years in transit, Rosetta has finally reached the comet and is now preparing to enter orbit.
This antique chair restoration is all kinds of cute and hilarious. Redditor reallylovely saw a beat up chair at an antique shop and immediately saw it’s potential. The Adventure Time was already there, it just needed to be brought to the surface.
I thought we had come up with every possible use for multi-tools, but I guess I was wrong. We have never seen a cardboard multi-tool before. And it is also a business card. Creator Anthony Cole calls it the Business Knife.
A few years ago we featured a hack that lets you keep the contents of your LCD monitor to yourself. The hack involves taking out one of the polarizers in the display and installing them into a pair of glasses.
Check this out; it’s an iPhone case that looks sort of like the iron throne from Game of Thrones. Look at all them pokies on it. I can only imagine this would be a literal pain in the ass if you tried to put it in a pocket.
Last year, 3D Systems CEO Avi Reichental dared 3D printed guitar maker Olaf Diegel to make a 3D printed saxophone. Challenge accepted. Olaf recently showed off one of his prototypes on YouTube, an alto saxophone mostly made of nylon, which he printed using selective laser sintering (SLS).
Watch Olaf play a couple of tunes on his sax:
Olaf knows that his prototype is not the first plastic saxophone, but he took on the project partly because he wants to remind us that “3D printing can be used for applications beyond trinkets, phone cases, and jewelry.”