What you see here is another awesome K-2SO cosplay costume. Like the previous one we saw earlier this year, this one here is in fact a puppet and it is huge! Towering at an impressive 7-foot-2 (2.18 meters), just like the real-deal. It took Darren Moser, a technical analyst by day and a cosplay costume maker by night, some serious toiling, countless late nights, months of dedication and “north of $1,000 spent to get what it is today. I can’t say which is better, this or the other. They are both equally impressive and share the same principle: puppetry. Continue reading This Awesome K-2SO Cosplay Has An iPad On Its Back For Video Feed
December 17, 2017 is the big day for fans of Star Wars because, it is the day when the eighth movie of the hugely successful sci-fi franchise, the Star Wars: The Last Jedi, hits the theaters and so, expect a load of promotions to happen running up to the official screening. Speaking of which, Royal Mail has once again teamed up with Disney/LucasFilm to release a set of commemorative postage stamps. The collection, aptly called The Star Wars Stamp Collection 2017, is not as many as the last collaboration, which was in 2015 for the Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Continue reading Royal Mail Unveiled New Star Wars Stamps Ahead Of The The Last Jedi
Consumer-grade drones are a dime a doze. It seems like everyone knows how to build one and sell it to you for a handsome amount. Most drones available today differentiate themselves with sophisticated software and sensors, but really, that is all there is to it. The drivetrain that makes them take flight is pretty much the same, comprising of, you know, brushless motors and rotors. While companies are cashing on this common technology, design engineer Edgar Herrera decided to challenge the status quo. And what he has proposed is, imho, a slap on capitalist businesses who seek little to no innovations and taking the easy way out to milk the market. Continue reading Is Herrera Bladeless Drone Concept The Next Evolution In Drone Tech?
Taking notes and creating art have gone digital. Even creating music has gone digital which, obviously, is not everyone’s cuppa due to the lack tactile touch. If you like to tinker with music and absolutely embrace the lack of tactile sense, well then, we think Specdrums will be right up your alley. Specdrums go by the understanding that some musically-inclined folks love creating music by tapping on everyday objects, including your thighs, furniture and whatnot. Continue reading Specdrums Put Music Creation At Your Fingertips, Turning Colors Into Sound
Remember how in some James Bond movies, our dear everybody-knows-who-he-is, not-so-secret, secret agent emerged from the sea and swiftly swapped into a tuxedo suitable for ‘infiltrating’ a high society party? Well, If only dear Mr. Bond had Trompe L’Oeil Technical Wetsuit by Thom Browne, he wouldn’t even need a change. He can just step out of water, shake himself dry (or with a towel, whichever pleases him) and proceed to mingle in the highly suspicious party. As you can see, the American fashion designer’s iteration of the wetsuit is anything but casual. Continue reading James Bond Probably Has Some Use For This Suit-like Wetsuit
There are countless number of insanely awesome LEGO builds and therefore, it is hard to say who is better. However, as far as amateur and the pop icon Aliens goes, artist Blair Archer could easily rank among the top, if not the best. Archer’s creation, a custom 1/3th scale LEGO Alien Xenomorph Bust is loaded with so much details that I can assure you that it is guarantee to blow your mind even if you are non-fan of the horrifying, acid spitting extra-terrestrial life form. No, seriously. This work of art here is beyond awesome. Just look at it. It is almost as if it was alive even though you know they are made out entirely from LEGO elements. Continue reading This Super Detailed LEGO Alien Xenomorph Bust Will Blow Your Mind!
It is official. The world’s fastest drone is the RacerX, built by Drone Racing League (DRL). RacerX set the Guinness World Records for the Fastest ground speed by a battery-powered remote-controlled quadcopter as it swooped back and forth across a measurement course of 328 feet (100 meters), clocking in a mind-bending average top speed of 163.5 miles per hour (263 km/h!). This record-making quadcopter was the handiwork Ryan Gury, DRL’s Director of Product, who was backed by DRL’s very own team of expert drone engineers. Continue reading Drone Racing League Built The Fastest Racing Drone, Made World Record
If you have been following this blog, you will notice we hardly mention fidget spinners until of late when one custom fidget spinner actually piqued our interest. Sorry to say, I am in the camp that thought fidget spinners are kind of lame (though we don’t discriminate them, just so you know), but when I first lay eyes on the Centre Spin, I felt compelled to share it with you folks because it is, you know, classy. Before you get acquaint with Centre Spin, may I suggest you purge everything you know about fidget spinners because Centre Spin is unlike any other. It didn’t even look one to begin with and that’s just one of the many beauties it possesses. Continue reading Centre Spin Is A Minimalist Fidget Spinner That You Never Knew You Need
Rolling the dice is a simple yet, kind of messy affair. You never know where they will end up at (likely the floor) and hence the need for a dice rolling tray. Speaking rolling tray, whether you already own a couple or not, here’s an interesting take of the rolling tray that might just pique your interest: the SnapDice. SnapDice is no ordinary dice rolling tray. Beside sporting a warm, luxurious look lend to it by premium exotic hardwoods, it also boasts neodymium magnets embedded in the board that will stop the dice on their track swiftly and quickly, thus ending a roll with Continue reading SnapDice: Your Fate Is At The Hands Of Rare Earth Magnets
First we have the weirdest confectionary, now there’s what we thought could be the craziest saw-off shotgun ever. Inspired by the movie Killing Them Softly (Plan B Entertainment, 2012), YouTuber Kjaskaar wants to find out if the sawed-off shotgun featured in the movie works in real-life. For the uninitiated, the shotgun featured in the ‘Poker Heist’ scene was nothing short of ridiculous. Unlike some sawed-off shotguns that have some inches lopped off, the Killing Them Softly shotgun has all of its barrel sawed off, pretty much leaving only the chambers. Continue reading How Killing Them Softly Micro Shotgun Works In Real-Life And Yes, It Works!