The Petzi Treat Cam is exactly as it sounds, a connected device equipped with a 720p camera and microphone, enabling owners to watch and interact with their pets when away from home. Not just a camera, this device also holds and dispenses pet treats, which can be controlled via its accompanying smartphone app. Once activated, a tone sounds, alerting your cat / dog that you're connecting and to expect treats. You can affix the dispenser to a wall, strap it onto tables, or just let it sit on a counter. Get one here now. Continue reading for a full video review and more information.
Why bother with Post-its, when you could be using the SeeNote? This digital sticky note offers a durable ePaper display and can be remotely updated via WiFi or the companion app, enabling users to receive notifications from your device's calendar, receive email as well as weather / traffic updates. It's powered by rechargeable lithium-Ion battery, and can run for up to 1-month on a single charge. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a bizarre flying machine with just one moving part.
Concept images of Casa Brutale, a modern home set to be carved into a cliff overlooking the Aegean Sea, have been floating around for a few months now, but it's finally becoming a reality. Featuring a transparent rooftop swimming pool and a minimalist, yet luxurious, concrete interior living space. Continue reading to take a look inside and for more information.
East Coast Defender has just revealed the Land Rover Defender Beast, which took home the People's Choice Award at Florida's Festival of Speed. This iconic 4x4 is not just a looker, but has the power to back it up in the form of a Corvette-sourced LS3 Performance engine, tuned to handle any terrain. Despite its size, this beast can hit 60 MPH in just under 7-seconds, thanks to Ashcroft drive shafts and axles to handle all that power. Continue reading for a video teaser and more information.
University of California, Irvine researchers used gold and some new-fangled materials to create a nanowire battery that maintains power levels even after hundreds of thousands of charging cycles. Normal rechargeable lithium ion batteries lose charge over time, while this new nanowire-based battery material endured a 3-month testing period - charged 200,000 times - and didn't show any loss in power capacity. Continue reading for a video and more information.
The BAC Mono just got updated for 2016, and now, this street-legal 1,278-pound F1 car pumps out an impressive 305-horsepower. That's right, it boasts a 2.5-liter Mountune engine derived from a Duratec unit, mated to a flat-shifting, 6-speed transmission, along with upgraded internals. This means the ultra light vehicle can now go from 0-60mph in under 2.8-seconds, making it perfect for both the street and the track. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of someone melting oobleck with thermite.
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At first, this structure in the Dolni Morava forest (Czech Republic) could be mistaken for a roller coaster, but it's actually just the towering "Sky Walk" structure, designed by Franek Architects. Featuring constantly-changing 360° views of the beautiful landscape and even a 330-foot long stainless steel slide with windows that weaves its way down one of the columns. Believe it or not, nearly all of the structure was built mostly by hand on-site, and not pre-fabricated, with workers having to climb the structure as it rose up. Continue reading for a video walkthrough and more information.
Photive's BTH3 Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 Headphones are great for travel, or everyday use, and they're being offered at just $39.99 shipped, today only, originally $119.95. Featuring a lithium ion battery that will give you up to 12 hours of uninterrupted playtime, and charges completely in only 3 hours. Product page. Continue reading for a full video review and more information.
Dyson is best known for their innovative vacuum cleaners, but now, they hope to reinvent the hairdryer as well, with their all-new Dyson Supersonic. Based on the company's Air Multiplier technology, it's powered by a V9 digital motor fan and has a 13-blade fan located in the handle. What does this all ad up to? A blade that can spin up to 110,000 revolutions per minute, creating a frequency that is nearly inaudible to humans. An integrated microprocessor automatically adjusts the performance to fix the issue of extreme heat damage to hair. Click here to view the first image in this week's things that look like other things gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a mind-boggling mirrored ring illusion.
The Tiny Fern Forest Treehouse, located in Lincoln, Vermont, is a real place that you can rent, and not a temporary movie set. It sits 30-feet above ground, and offers a single bed on the main level, along with a queen-sized futon in the loft. Yes, there's also electricity, heat and even a small refrigerator for your perishables. Continue reading for a video tour and more information.