It’s the end times! No, not really. Just humans doing what they do and creating some really awesome stuff or just being stupid, depending on your perspective. Check out this video from Brazilian shirt store Camisaria Colombo, who attached a bunch of headless 2D mannequins with their clothes to hexacopters, and then launched them sky-high.
These awesome rings remind me of Doctor Who’s TARDIS. They are bigger on the inside. In fact, they contain whole worlds within. These charming and clever rings are the work of Theo Fennell, a master jeweler from the UK.
Whoever the woman is who holds this purse, shall possess the power of Thor. And with it, the power of lipstick, mascara, and everything but the kitchen sink. Since Thor recently became a woman in the comic book, this Mjölnir purse seems particularly appropriate.
I like Superman; he is probably my favorite superhero. After all he can fly, bullets bounce off him, he has heat rays shooting form his eyes, and can see through clothing. That last may be the best superpower 12 year-old-me could have hoped for.
Whether through machine or user error, 3D printers turn out a lot of defective prints. ExtrusionBot wants to help personal 3D printer users get the most out of their materials with the Cruncher. It’s a desktop pellet mill that breaks down unwanted printed objects into small pieces.
I remember playing the board game Risk growing up. It always seemed like you needed to carve out an entire day to play it. People would always start backing out of the game and wanting to do something else when it was clear they were losing.
I am a big fan of The Big Bang Theory. I refuse to watch the show out of sequence though; I want to watch all the episodes in order. That means I am a few seasons behind because I am too cheap to buy the box set and keep waiting for Netflix to hook me up.
Do you sometimes forget to close your refrigerator door? Hamee has a geeky solution from a galaxy far, far away. Its R2-D2 Talking Fridge Gadget (R2-D2TFG) is meant to stay inside your fridge and will bleep if the fridge door is left open for some time.
I want to fly this radio-controlled Millennium Falcon so bad. Look at that badass bright afterburner. The aircraft was made by redittor Olivier-FR and it may not look like much, but it’s got it where it counts.
They say that you shouldn’t judge a book by it’s cover, however most books are helpless when it comes to judgmental humans. Not this book. Amsterdam creative studio Moore has designed a book cover that scans your face and won’t open unless approached without prejudice.
Cat lovers, feline enthusiasts and crazy cat ladies will all love this adorable cat headband. It was created by Japanese artist Campanella and it allows the wearer to have a cat on their head all day long.
Computer Science student Rob Richardson thinks he’s found a solution to get students to stop looking at their phones: their phones. The California State University at Chico junior created Pocket Points, a location-based app that rewards students based on the length of time their iPhone is locked.
A new game has launched called Spooky Selfie. It may well be the most pointless and strange game ever written. The premise is that you are a skeleton. You own a smartphone. And you like to take selfies.
While pundits mull the Seahawks’ questionable decision making at the Super Bowl, the Internet is talking about Left Shark. One of Katy Perry’s dancers, Bryan Gaw made glaring mistakes at the halftime show performance, turning him into a meme within hours.
ShoeFury is selling these Star Wars-inspired Bounty Hunter high tops by BeastPop and they are awesome. There are too many good things to buy. Really, someone needs to just have a service where I sign over my earnings and let them pay for cool things that I want.