Robots are starting to pop up in a variety of places – especially in Japan. This SoftBank Pepper humanoid robot working at one of the company’s smartphone stores, and offers a customer coffee while she waits.
Tune in and watch this video from YouTube channel Amazing Timelapse and watch an old Konica camera as it dissolves from acetone fumes. What’s amazing is that it’s not even in the acid itself, it’s just above it.
For all of the terrible damage and dismemberment that robots will surely bring in the near future, they also have their uses. Imagine taking a robot with you on a heist and having it crack a combination safe for you.
A Big Mouth Billy Bass is either the best gift in the world or the worst depending on your love of singing fish. Most people can’t stand having this singing fish on their wall. These people will be glad to see one sliced open, but not to fry it up in a pan.
Father and son team Dan and Lincoln Markham of What’s Inside filleted this fish.
Twitch user JurassicJunkie was streaming the creepy survival horror game Outlast 2 the other night, and all things seemed business as usual. Right up until a cute little blonde child sneaked up on him, and he literally screamed like a little girl.
Apparently, the guy’s daughter climbed out of bed and came in to see what ole dad was up to.
What if food was made of LEGO? Watch as this guy makes some toast and eggs for breakfast, except his ingredients are all LEGO bricks.
BrickBros Productions’ stop-motion animation is fun, but I don’t think it would be tasty.
For those unfamiliar with the concept of a railgun, it’s a dangerous weapon which uses a massive electrical pulse, instead of gunpowder or other chemical propellants to fire its ammo. The US Navy is showing off the latest iteration of its railgun, and it’s a beast.
Many fans fondly remember LEGO set #1682, the Space Shuttle Launch. It was released 27 years ago, and is a classic. Well, last month Adam Woodworth created a tiny drone version of LEGO’s shuttle that could fly indoors, which was cool enough, but now he has created a larger version that can fly like an RC plane.
This version flies pretty well.
I have a hard time solving a Rubik’s Cube while sitting on my couch at home, but some brainiacs can not only do it fast, but they can do it while being daredevils.
Take, for instance, juggler and magician Joey Fratelli, who recently created a very cool POV video where he successfully solves a Rubik’s Cube while waterskiing across a lake.
Google’s DeepMind artificial intelligence algorithms can be used to drive lots of different types of experiments, and now it’s recently been used to teach a CGI character to walk all on its own. However, this is the Internet, and that just can’t be good enough all on it’s own.
As sophisticated as drones are, they can get taken out of the sky in some very low-tech ways, as this short video from a soccer match in Argentina shows.
In the video, a fan brings down a drone with a perfectly thrown roll of toilet paper.
Inspired by a classic YouTube video, The Slow Mo Guys decided to deploy a couple of airbags in microwave ovens so that they could capture the destruction at 2,000 frames per second. It is an awesome idea, because who doesn’t love to watch things getting demolished in slow motion?
If you have ever wondered what is inside of a traffic light and just how the system works, you are going to enjoy father and son team Dan and Lincoln Markham’s latest episode of What’s Inside.
This time out, they got their hands on an actual stop light and then cut it open to find out what is inside.
Cool LEGO builds are one thing, but when they glow in the dark and look otherworldly, that’s taking it to a whole other level. Take Beyond the Brick’s video tour of the all the glow-in-the-dark builds on display in the black light ‘LEGO Glow Zone’ at Philly Brick Fest 2017 and prepare to be impressed.
It is cool to know that you can build a giant glowing city out of LEGO, but the phosphorescent creatures are the best, like the jellyfish and Cthulhu.
Why toss paper airplanes by hand, when you can have a machine take care of the hard work for you? Now you can make a semi-automatic paper airplane launcher for yourself. This thing is a cool paper airplane gun/paper airplane aircraft carrier in one.
This cool build tutorial comes from the consistently inventive and resourceful The Q.