I am sure you are familiar with McDonald’s “do you want to upsize your meal?” question. I am, but never I have I thought it could be “upsize” to this big. Like, French Fry Guitar big.
Forget about Google’s fancy radar, here’s a new kind of interface we want with our phone. OK. Maybe not. What you see here is an artificial skin that, incredibly like real, organic skin, is capable of responding to stroking, pinching, tapping and tickling.
The Glenlivet. If the single malt whisky from the nearly two centuries old Scottish distiller is not conversation starter, I bet its The Glenlivet Capsule Collection would. In fact, it has caused somewhat of a furor for reason a mortal like me cannot comprehend.
Move over, Balenciaga. Gucci is here to take over the rein as the label with wacky fashion pieces. At the fashion label’s SS20 runway show, Gucci has show off some seriously loony fashion pieces.
Limousine exists because, sometimes, some people need to travel in grandeur and because, it has generous space and privacy to boot. This weird contraption here, an apparent homemade 1993 Ford Festiva Limousine has none of those, save for maybe the privacy.
Well, what can we say? The world is getting weirder by the day. First, we heard about Russia’s butt slapping contest. Then, we were blown away by Finland’s heavy metal knitting. Now, we hear that there is going to be farting competition in India. Like, WTF.
Lets take a break from the usual geeky stuff and move on to an otherworldly form of geeky stuff: UFO. When it comes to life beyond Earth, there are believers and there are skeptics. However, what the U.S. Navy have recently confirmed may make skeptics think again (and scrambling for logical explanations) and believers, celebrating […]
A group of students in Japan recently took their annual national cultural festival quite literally to a new height by building a roller coaster inside what looks like the school’s sports hall. What impressive, or terrifying about this DIY thrill ride, depending on how you look at it, was that it was mostly put together […]
Every thrill ride has the same warning asking riders not to have loose stuff like eyewear, caps and cameras, smartphone included, on them. The warning exists because, things will drop as one unnamed person recently found out. But luckily for this rider, his falling phone was caught in mid-air by a fellow rider, Samuel Kempf […]
As it turns out, Sony’s “wearable air conditioner” is possibly an evolution of Japanese answer to increasing hot summer. A company by the name of Kabushikigaisha Kuchofuku in Itabashi ward, Tokyo, was first to pioneer cooling jacket with inbuilt fan as far back as 2004.