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Check out this awesome dinosaur shaped decorative wall shelving from Expand Furniture. It comes as a bunch of interlocking pieces you assemble yourself to create a minimal T-Rex shelf for your Jurassic Books. If you don’t want a T-Rex, you can use the pieces to make custom designs of your choice.
There is this dude in my office at the day job who rides a tiny little Vespa-like scooter to work all summer. He’s not a small guy. He looks like a Shriner with gigantism who escaped the parade with his tiny vehicle.
Redditor mz4250 has been playing Dungeons & Dragons for 17 years. Recently, he decided it was time to give back to the community. He ended up making 3D models of most of the D&D monsters, with a couple of bonuses thrown in.
So you got yourself a VR headset and have decided this medium is for you. Now you want to make your own 360-degree virtual reality video content. It’s not a cheap proposition to get into making your own VR content because you need some very specialized hardware and software to do it properly.
While Amazon is figuring out how to airdrop Three Wolf Moon t-shirts, Chinese drone maker Ehang has its sights on a much bigger goal: delivering people. Behold: the Ehang 184, a “low-altitude aerial autonomous vehicle.”
Ehang’s CEO Huazhi Hu was motivated to develop a passenger drone after two of his friends passed away in separate aircraft crashes.
Quitting smoking can be one of the hardest things you will ever do. Fortunately, French company RegulSmoke has unveiled a new smart device at CES 2016 called Smoking-Stopper. This connected device and mobile app tracks smoking behavior and controls consumption in real-time, which is said to help you ultimately kick the habit.
In Fallout 4, It never fails that right after I jump over to my favorite settlement, strip out of my power armor, and use the last of my aluminum and adhesive to repair my battle damage, I run into a Deathclaw.
In the late 17th century, Sir Isaac Newton used prisms to show that visible light is made up of seven different-colored bands, repurposing the Latin word “spectrum” to group those colors. In 1973, Storm Thorgerson and Hipgnosis appropriated the prism and the spectrum for Pink Floyd’s album The Dark Side of the Moon.
Nikon’s New Year’s surprise is the KeyMission 360, a hybrid device that combines the ability to take 360º videos and still photos with the size and durability of an action camera.
As of this writing, Nikon hasn’t revealed a lot of specifics regarding the device.
I’ve seen some crazy LEGO stuff over the years, from artists creating portraits using nothing but bricks, to epic life-size builds. I lack any of the skills needed to make anything resembling a self-portrait in LEGO.
Kids these days seem to be getting smarter earlier. But how soon is too soon to start your child on the path to a career as a developer? The answer, apparently, is preschool age. Fisher-Price thinks preschoolers should be taught to code and they have a toy to help.
I’m looking forward to Deadpool hitting theaters this February, and I will definitely be seeing the flick. It will be my first Deadpool experience since I’ve never read the comic books, but the trailers and teasers definitely have me wanting to go.
It’s 2016, so where are our robots that can pour us a bowl of cereal each morning? Sadly, we still have to do it ourselves. If you want a cool machine to make you cereal, you can still build one yourself, which is what Astonishing Studios did.
It took a really long time before R2-D2 got an accurate LEGO model. I wouldn’t be surprised if BB-8 gets fast tracked, but until then you might want to inspect this model made by Redditor hendrikdejager.
YouTuber Terry Garrett aka Mega Tgarrett has achieved what I would have thought was impossible. He beat The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, even though he’s blind. It took him a very long time and he had the help of game saves, but still.