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Archive for March 2017

Darth Vader Interrupted During Important Video Call

Darth Vader Interrupted During Important Video Call
Everyone thinks that working from home is so easy. It isn’t. It has its own challenges. Your work day never seems to end, for one thing. Oh and your kids invading your home office, that’s gonna happen.

Safety Testing Drones with a Crash Test Dummy

Safety Testing Drones with a Crash Test Dummy
You might think crash test dummies were mostly used for testing the safety of cars, airplanes, motorcycles and other vehicles. However, they’re often used in the testing of other consumer products to see what impact they could have if used improperly or in an accident.
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Review: Striker TRiLIGHT Motion Sensing LED Ceiling Light

Review: Striker TRiLIGHT Motion Sensing LED Ceiling Light
If you’re like me, your garage is filled with all kinds of stuff – tools, boxes, bikes, lawn equipment, and, oh yea, cars. One of the most annoying things about looking for stuff in there is that regular light bulbs don’t do a very good job illuminating the place.

Supernova Sphere Spins a Colorful Scene

Supernova Sphere Spins a Colorful Scene
Do you want people to think you’re some sort of a wizard, capable looking into their world from a great distance and casting spells over them? You need the Supernova Sphere. This 8″ light-up orb looks like the kind of mystical crystal ball that a villainous wiz might use to look in on their victims from afar.

Adam Savage Ogles Ghost in the Shell’s Incredible Robot Skeleton

Adam Savage Ogles Ghost in the Shell’s Incredible Robot Skeleton
Adam Savage might not be on Mythbusters anymore, but you can still watch him on YouTube on Tested. On the latest episode of the series, Savage goes to practical effects shop Weta Workshop to check out the skeleton suit they made for the new Ghost in the Shell movie.

Zelda Rupee Sugar Cookies Will Buy you ‘Beetus

Zelda Rupee Sugar Cookies Will Buy you ‘Beetus
You don’t get far in The Legend of Zelda franchise without collecting some rupees to buy things in the game or play mini games. In real life if you want to collect rupees, the closest you will get is these edible rupees.

Super Mario Themed Pop-up Bar: Your Sobriety Is in Another Castle

Super Mario Themed Pop-up Bar: Your Sobriety Is in Another Castle
Pop-up shops, restaurants, and bars can pop up anywhere, at any time. Hence the name. So you never know when you are going to encounter a bar like this Super Mario pop-up bar. It just showed up like a magical portal to the Mushroom kingdom, in a mysterious, unidentified location.

Hushme Mask Silences Your Voice for Phone Privacy, Makes You Look like Bane

Hushme Mask Silences Your Voice for Phone Privacy, Makes You Look like Bane
Hushme is a mask that looks like the one Bane wore in The Dark Knight Rises. It also looks like something they would slap on a serial killer so he doesn’t bite you. However, it’s actually used to silence the wearer’s voice for phone privacy in public areas.

Ghostbusters Ghost Trap Wall Hooks Ain’t Fraid of No Coats

Ghostbusters Ghost Trap Wall Hooks Ain’t Fraid of No Coats
Dave’s Geeky Ideas has done it again, and come up with a very cool idea for some Ghostbusters inspired wall hooks. He had been thinking about doing an interior for a Ghostbusters tiny house when he came up with this cool design.

Modishspoon Stirs Espresso Without Destroying the Foam

Modishspoon Stirs Espresso Without Destroying the Foam
The only thing I really know about coffee or espresso is that I don’t like the way any of it tastes. My daily caffeine intake is taken entirely in the form of Dr. Pepper. If you are a fan of espresso you might have noticed that you can’t stir sugar into your brew with a normal spoon without jacking up the layer of foam on top.

Wonder Woman Statue Immortalizes Lynda Carter’s Hotness

Wonder Woman Statue Immortalizes Lynda Carter’s Hotness
When I was growing up, one of the shows that was on seemingly every day during the summer was Wonder Woman. I watched that show every day because it was cool, and because Wonder Woman was hot.

Guy Rips Alexa’s Skin and Muscles off, Revealing Only a Talking Skull

Guy Rips Alexa’s Skin and Muscles off, Revealing Only a Talking Skull
Sometimes Amazon’s Alexa gives creepy responses. Just do a Google search. You know how to make it even creepier? By turning Alexa into a talking skull. No, that’s not creepy at all. Mike McGurrin created this abomination – it’s the virtual assistant you never ever wanted.

Dueling Robots Controlled by Left and Right Brainwaves

Dueling Robots Controlled by Left and Right Brainwaves
Split Brain Robotics is an interactive art project by San Francisco artist Kal Spelletich, in which a pair of custom-built robots are able to plug into the left and right brain waves of audience participants. It is pretty wild to watch.

Charlie the Choo-Choo: There are Books Other than These

Charlie the Choo-Choo: There are Books Other than These
O Discordia! I am a big fan of The Dark Tower franchise and one of the things that I really liked was how Stephen King wove himself into the story. I also liked how you read books within books in some parts, it’s like Bookception.

Muska the Cat Has Human Hands and Feet

Muska the Cat Has Human Hands and Feet
My kids have had a few cats over the years, and that means that I have had to take care of them. As far as I can tell cats are, as a species, assholes. One cat prefered to piss in our fake houseplant as opposed to the litter box.

Every Instrument In This Rock Band Is Played by Rocks

Every Instrument In This Rock Band Is Played by Rocks
Last year, artist and inventor Neil Mendoza turned a hamster running in a wheel into art. How do you follow up such a feat? By creating a rock band of course. Powered by real rocks. In his latest work, Neil turned rocks into an actual rock band that plays a cover of The Beatles’ Here Comes the Sun.
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