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1,000W LED Flashlight Mounted to a Drone Looks Like a Real UFO

1,000W LED Flashlight Mounted to a Drone Looks Like a Real UFO
Daniel Riley of Stratus Productions built a super bright 1,000W LED flashlight. Then, he did what any inventive geek would – he managed to mount it to a powerful Freefly Alta drone. The result is a flying machine that can crank out some truly breathtaking aerial effects. You’ll be amazed by the beautiful visuals in the video below.

DIY Light-up Neon (LED) Mickey Mouse Ears

DIY Light-up Neon (LED) Mickey Mouse Ears
If you’re a fan of Disney and Mickey Mouse, your mouse house isn’t complete without a pair of ears. Of course, you could go for the standard-issue black ears, but if you’re a little more of a tech geek, then you should consider making a pair like these.
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LEGO UCS Imperial Star Destroyer Has Nearly 5,000 Pieces

LEGO UCS Imperial Star Destroyer Has Nearly 5,000 Pieces
LEGO has made some incredible Star Wars sets over the years, especially in its Ultimate Collectors Series. From the Death Star to the Millennium Falcon, LEGO fans have emptied their piggy banks time and again to enjoy some amazing and complex builds – often made of thousands of grey blocks to make things more challenging. Now, LEGO has revealed one of its biggest and most complex Star Wars set yet.

This Robotic Thread Can Carefully Weave Itself Through Veins

This Robotic Thread Can Carefully Weave Itself Through Veins
While most robots use legs or wheels to move around, more and more robotic systems are adopting other kinds of locomotion. Some even wriggle around like snakes or worms. This worm-like robot is designed to maneuver through veins – which sounds scary, but could actually save lives.   Developed by a group of engineers at MIT, this extremely thin robot can make its way through twisty, turny, and narrow paths like the veins in your brain.

Octopus Chandeliers: 20,000 Leagues Under the Ceiling

Octopus Chandeliers: 20,000 Leagues Under the Ceiling
I have a tendency to be pretty modern in terms of my design choices around the house, so traditional chandeliers aren’t really my cup of tea. However, I might make an exception if I could have a chandelier that looked like an octopus. These incredibly complicated chandeliers by artist Adam Wallacavage replace their candle-holding arms with lots of twisty tentacles.

Commercial Turns Real World Stuff into Game of Tetris

Commercial Turns Real World Stuff into Game of Tetris
I’ve always enjoyed playing Tetris. It’s just one of those games that keeps your mind occupied 100%, and is a great way to kill time sitting on a train or airplane. There have been countless games over the years which expand on the block-stacking game dynamic.

When Your Pikachu Goes Bad It Becomes Infectachu

When Your Pikachu Goes Bad It Becomes Infectachu
These creepy collectible figures answer the question: “What happens when your Pokémon gets really sick?” Apparently, its skin color changes, and becomes semi-transparent, allowing you to see its skeletal structure inside. Delightful! Custom toymaker Scott Wilkowski is the mad mind behind these awesomely weird figures, inspired by Pikachu and Meowth.

Furby Centipede Is the Stuff of Nightmares

Furby Centipede Is the Stuff of Nightmares
Let’s face it. For as cute as Furbies were supposed to be, more often than not, they’re kind of creepy. People have done some really crazy stuff with these electronic pets over the years, from slicing in two with a waterjet, to turning them into an insane musical instrument.

Alien Trick or Treat Bucket: Now Gimme Some Candy!

Alien Trick or Treat Bucket: Now Gimme Some Candy!
Halloween isn’t far off, so it doesn’t hurt to start shopping now before all of the good stuff is sold out. While your kids might already have ideas for costumes, I bet their trick or treat pumpkins aren’t being given the slightest thought.

Pizza Candy Canes: You Wanna Pizza Me?

Pizza Candy Canes: You Wanna Pizza Me?
The summer is coming to an end soon, so that could mean only one thing… candy cane season is just around the corner! Don’t just go with those ordinary peppermint candy canes this year, do something a little different.

How Fast is an AT-AT Walker?

How Fast is an AT-AT Walker?
Have you ever wondered just how fast the AT-ATs in Star Wars can walk? Well according to Wookiepedia, the answer is a nice round number – 60 km/h, or about 37.3 mph. However, that just seems like an arbitrary figure somebody made up.

This Watch Has an Infinity Mirror Background

This Watch Has an Infinity Mirror Background
Growing up back in the 1970s, I remember going to the furniture store with my parents, and being hypnotized by those dual-layered mirrors that had lights built into them, creating a sort of infinite light effect.

Kirby Desk Fan Doesn’t Suck, It Blows

Kirby Desk Fan Doesn’t Suck, It Blows
Are you a fan of Nintendo’s Kirby games? Well how would you like a fan of Kirby, then? Your wish is my command. Actually, I had nothing to do with it. This Kirby of the Stars desk fan is the brainchild of SK Japan. The fan really does look like Kirby, with his mouth agape and ready to blow a cool breeze of air on you while you slave away at your desk.

These Mini Vending Machines Won’t Eat Your Money

These Mini Vending Machines Won’t Eat Your Money
If you’ve ever spent time in Japan, you know there’s a certain love for vending machines in the nation that seems unequalled by any other place. From the moment you touch down at Tokyo Narita airport, there are numerous vending machines by the gates.

2020 GMC Sierra HD Trucks Make Trailers Transparent

2020 GMC Sierra HD Trucks Make Trailers Transparent
Over the years, the camera technology in vehicles has dramatically improved. We started out with rudimentary low-resolution backup cameras, and now we have crystal clear images with multiple views, guidelines, and radar sensors to detect obstacles.

LCD TV Goes Retro

LCD TV Goes Retro
Most of us are too young to remember when TV sets were made in wooden cabinets that basically were a standalone piece of furniture. While this was popular in the 1950s and 1960s, it largely died out by the mid 1970s.
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