Fans of Super Mario, or more specifically games with Yoshi in them, are going to love this nightlight. It’s very exciting. No yolk. This official piece of Nintendo merchandise is USB powered, so just plug it in and enjoy the light that it emits.
In space, no one can hear you… Bake? So unless you have been hiding under a rock somewhere, you know that Alien: Covenant hit theaters last week. To celebrate, Los Angeles baker Rosanna Pansino of Nerdy Nummies shows us how to make alien egg cake balls.
In space no one can hear you snack. Fans of the Aliens movies will love this creepy Xenomorph Egg Cookie Jar, though it might scare you every time you enter the kitchen.
This cookie jar looks like a xenomorph egg, and it even has a facehugger lid.
Panasonic has shown off a new robot it simply calls “Companion.” It looks sort of like a cross between Mork from Ork’s spaceship and Wall-E. That is to say it is an egg-shaped bot with a 50 lumen WVGA 854 x 480 resolution projector inside its one big eye.
Growing up, I was a massive Mork and Mindy fan and once nearly drowned trying to drink milk upside down on the couch whilst watching an episode. To this day anytime I see an egg-shaped anything, I automatically think “nanu-nanu.” I think Mork would have loved this PowerEgg drone.
Is there anything better than chocolate eggs? Not really. Well, now these treats don’t have to be consumed just at Easter time. These chocolate Game of Thrones eggs are great for any time of year. They even have a chocolate dragon inside that is too cute to eat.
The folks at Dinosaur Egg Farm want to raise awareness for wildlife preservation groups while making a bit of money for themselves as well. And what better way to remind us that life is precious than with stillborn dino plushies?
Building your own dragon eggs is much safer then trying to steal some from a mother dragon. That usually ends in you being burnt to a crisp and dropping those eggs cartoon style as your ashes fall to the ground.
This past Easter, LEGO builder Jason Allemann aka JK Brickworks made his own version of Evil Mad Scientist’ Eggbot using the parts that are in the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 kit 31313. It works with felt tip markers such as Sharpies and can draw seven patterns, which you select using the buttons on the EV3 controller.
I had no idea this was a problem, but apparently we need a gadget for handling recently boiled eggs. These stealthy bungie-corded Egg Ninjas will help, while turning your eggs into little assassins.
All you have to do is stick an egg in the silicone suction cup, lower it down into your boiling water like your little round ninja is repelling down for his mission and leave the ring tag outside the boiling water pot.
We’ve seen Pokéball soaps and bath bombs with toys hidden inside them. Firebox came up with a similar gimmick, but with a candle and an actual, albeit, extinct animal.
The Hatching Dinosaur Candle measures about 5.5″x 5.5″x 6.2″.
Fans of the Harry Potter films will recognize this prop straight away. It’s a replica of the Golden Egg from the Triwizard Tournament. This replica doesn’t open or move, but it is shiny and has etchings of a mythical city on it.
This is what I’m talking about. Robots who cook for humans, not robots who cook humans. Check out this video of a Yaskawa Motoman SDA10 Dual Arm Robot with Robotiq Universal Grippers as it gathers all the necessary ingredients and cooks an egg sandwich for a hungry human.
One of the coolest and scariest of the sci-fi/horror flicks I have ever watched was Alien. Though I never understood why the people would just mosey up and look directly into the open eggs. If its green and spooky looking, you won’t get me near them.