After months of wearing face mask when out in the public, you may have noticed something: because we can’t see the other person’s mouth, we cannot be sure who is talking when in a group. Well, not unless someone or you is wearing a transparent face mask.
Sony’s much-anticipated next-gen video game console was sold out as soon as it was made available. That shortage of stock have left many fans empty handled. If you are one of the unlucky dude or just can’t afford one, indie game developer Alex Grade has you covered.
Office NERF war will never be the same again after the YouTube personality/tinkerer Ivan Miranda’s custom built “world’s largest” NERF Gatling gun. And now, it will be even more intense with his latest creation, the Giant NERF Bazooka.
There is no lacking of used DeLorean DMC-12 floating in the pre-owned car market if you want one. But lets be honest. If anyone gets a DeLorean DMC-12, it is probably not because it is a good car; it is because the car has became an icon of automobile thanks to Back to the Future […]
Not every petrol head can afford a Ferrari, let alone a race car. But thanks to LEGO, most automobile enthusiasts can roll-up their sleeves to build their very own Ferrari 488 GTE AF Corse #51.
Concept cars. The cars we love to hate because, they mostly are so outlandish (in a good way) that they never see the light of production. Sometimes, this concept never even see the light of the stage in any motor show. And they remain largely as design studies.
Self-lacing shoe. The product of the future foretold by Back to the Future part II is already a reality, as a pair of regular kicks and as a pair of working replica straight out from the movie.
Here’s a proposed LEGO Ideas set that fans of BBC’s detective series Sherlock should be thrilled about. The proposed LEGO Ideas Sherlock 10th Anniversary: 221b Baker Street is created by LEGO Ideas member Detective Studios1 to mark the 10th years of BBC show Sherlock, featuring the show’s iconic location of 221b Baker Street.
Learning to fly and flying itself are both expensive. Radio Control aircraft, on the other hand, is significantly cheaper. But it does lack of the, you know, realism. After all, the “pilot” is on the ground. This is where FPV (first person view) flying can help to boost the realism.
Wearing a mask is part of staying safe during the pandemic and you know what? Staying safe not only can be a fashion statement, but it can also be a luxury statement. Case-in-point: this world’s most expensive face mask created by Israeli luxury jewelry brand, Yvel.