Barbie have assumed multiple roles. Roles like David Bowie, Star Trek Starfleet crew, X-Files agent and more. Save for the NatGeo photographer and maybe David Bowie, those roles are as fictional as Barbie herself.
Cardboard. It can be used to make a bunch of amazing things ranging from weapon models to tents to costume. But we just learned that it could be used to make even more amazing stuff like Death Star II from Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi (Lucasfilm, 1983). Yes. Believe it.
Remember the tin-can telephone when we made as kids? It was a good experiment that us about science. But I don’t think kids of the future need that. They probably need this: Wireless Tin Can Telephone. It is tin-can phone as the namesake implies. Just that it does away with the string.
There are many things in life that we have to accept that they are what they are and even convince ourselves that they are pretty. Electrical outlet is one of those things. We don’t go around and go like “wow, such a beautiful outlet!” No. We don’t do that. It just sucks that it looks […]
Kids, being a restless bunch, won’t do well during quarantine. You have to constantly keep them occupied. If you have run out of ideas how to keep your restless love occupied, IKEA Russia may have some ideas.
Cool things always stand the test of time. Case in point: this R9-D9 Robot Vacuum Cleaner. Just look at it. Don’t you think that it looks pretty damn awesome? And guess what? It was created way back in 2018.
Don’t need to be envious of Adam Savage because, he has robotic dog Spot to ‘play’ with. While we don’t know how much exactly it costs, we read that it costs “less than a car,” which translates to “very expensive.”
Ýrúrarí, aka Ýr Jóhannsdóttir, is an Icelandic artist with a passion for knitting. Not just any regular old knitting that would worthy as ugly Christmas sweater. She knits rather bizarre and quirky knitted apparels.
You have seen impossible bottles. You have probably seen a variety of objects built inside the confine of glass bottles – among which ship in the bottle is perhaps the most common. Now meet Risshi, a Japanese hobbyist who builds Gundam model kits inside empty alcoholic beverage bottles.
Formula 1-inspired hoverboard looks cool and all. It has the nosecone, front wings and sleek lines that makes it recognizable as F1-inspired, but it does not have actual Formula 1 wheels, does it? Nope. It doesn’t.