China isn’t the only place in the world where asshats seem oblivious to how high-beam headlights work. You are supposed to use them only when alone on the roads and shouldn’t shine them directly into the other drivers’ eyes.
Robots will be the end of us all. The sooner we accept that, the sooner we can begin figuring out the best ways to ingratiate ourselves to our new overlords. However, getting to our eventual robot death is going to be a long hard road, with a lot of pain.
Imagine you are a kid, all dressed up for Halloween and trick or treating in your neighborhood. You approach a house with a strange large box out front. It has a window. The door on the box bulges outward and inside you see a zombie freaking out, trying to escape.
China isn’t exactly known for its safety guidelines and building standards. It’s more known for cutting corners and having few protections in place for people and the environment. I’d be a bit nervous about walking on a bridge that was 590 feet in the air and had a glass bottom no matter where it was.
Knowing that the glass panels probably came from the vendor with the lowest bid would make the trek even more terrifying.
Growing up, I always thought it would be awesome to get locked in a store all night and get to play with and eat anything I wanted. I never really thought about what it would be like if you were locked in a store and all those creepy mannequins came to life.
Halloween will be here before you know it and that means that the stores are already crammed with decorations and costumes. If you are working on your creepy yard decoration plans, you might want to include this DC Joker Ground Breaker.
A picture speaks a thousand words, but so does a shadow. At first glance, Yaara Derkel’s Coppelius chair doesn’t look like much. Sure, it has fancy cutouts on the rest and on the seat, but nothing too interesting or detailed that you’d actually consider it to be art.
If you want to play the old “head in a jar” prank for April Fools’ Day this year, Instructables editor Mikeasaurus has you covered. Best of all, you don’t need an actual severed head to scare your friends.
Art museums aren’t exactly the most exciting places to visit, especially for kids. Sure, there’s a lot of great art to be seen, but there’s not much fun to be had since all you can do is look and not touch.
Modern automobiles benefit from increasingly small and smart computers, which can help control or augment everything from a car’s dashboard display to fundamental functions like steering. But as the world is slowly realizing, if something runs software, that thing can be hacked.
A good PSA leaves a lasting impression and makes the person watching it choose to follow what’s being advised in the announcement. An excellent PSA, on the other hand, manages to do that and go viral as well.
If you think that there’s no way baby masks would be anything but adorable, then think again.
That’s what I thought before I saw these masks by artist Landon Meier of Hyperflesh. And now that I’ve seen them, let me just say that they’re creepy as heck – even creepier than those scary clown masks that have haunted your nightmares ever since you were a kid.
Future tech is, for the most part, useful and innovative. However, a patent for some futuristic handcuffs seems more scary than fun, although it is still pretty innovative.
They look like the handcuffs we have today, but with two marked differences.
I haven’t watched a horror movie in years. The last time I did, I screamed my head off and kept imagining weird faces and dark figures where there were none for months afterwards. I am, however, trying to lose weight, although I think I’ll stick to traditional exercises despite these new developments.