Craigslist is good for many things, such as home rentals, finding someone to fix a cracked iPhone screen, and apparently, selling koalas. This Denver man has crafted the perfect ad, with both good and bad points. Best of all, this koala loves going for car rides. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a guy who kicks the crap out of an arcade game.
Rebekah Stieg Knuth, an artist at Knuthart Studios, has just unveiled her latest project: a Boba Fett-themed Hyundai Veloster that looks to be straight from the Star Wars universe, battle worn paint job and all. She officially named her car "Ivor Fett," and all the work you see is custom, with the wrap installation performed by Josh Bevers and Tom Hrubesky of Fastsigns in Appleton, Wisconsin. Continue reading for more images of the geeky car after the break.
You might think this is a futuristic weapon of some sort, but it's just a Hurdy Gurdy. This is basically a stringed instrument that produces sound by a crank-turned, rosined wheel rubbing against the strings. The wheel functions much like a violin bow, and single notes played on the instrument sound similar to those of a violin. Melodies are played on a keyboard that presses tangents - small wedges, typically made of wood - against one or more of the strings to change their pitch. Like most other acoustic stringed instruments, it has a sound board to make the vibration of the strings audible. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Squarespace employees Francesco Fragomeni and Chris Limbrick were bored at work today, so they decided to recreate a famous work of art using only objects found in their workplace. Eventually, this lead to the start of their imaginative series called "Fools Do Art", where they recruited their coworkers to join in on the fun and asked their fans for what they wanted to see. There are only a few rules: First, all of the props must be found in the office, and second, all the editing must be done on a phone. Continue reading to see more.
Due to the threat of terrorist attacks from hackers and with several of the nation's largest multiplex chains pulling the film from their screens, Sony Pictures Entertainment announced today that they would be canceling the December 25 theatrical release of "The Interview." This is a heavy blow to the Hollywood studio that has been shaken by hacker leaks over the last several weeks by an anonymous group called "Guardians of Peace." This unprecedented cancellation came even after officials from the Department of Homeland Security said there was "no credible intelligence to indicate an active plot against movie theaters within the United States." Continue reading for the final trailer and more information.
The US Navy has officially unveiled "Ghost Swimmer", an underwater drone that looks and swims like a real shark. It measures 5-feet-long, weighs nearly 100-pounds, and can operate in water depths ranging from 10 inches to 300 feet. Practical uses include security during low visibility intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) missions and friendly hull inspections. Ghost Swimmer is capable of operating autonomously for extended periods of time due to its long-lasting battery, but it can also be controlled via laptop with a 500-foot tether. "Ghost Swimmer will allow the Navy to have success during more types of missions while keeping divers and sailors safe," said Michael Rufo, director of Boston Engineering's Advanced System Group. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of synchronized Star Wars Christmas lights on a house.
Ever wonder what a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport looks like when you cut it in half? The images above should give you an idea. This targa top model was limited to just 150 units, with the first 50 of these going exclusively to registered Bugatti customers. It has extensive reinforcements to compensate for the lack of standard roof, and small changes to the windshield and running lights. There are two removable tops, the second a temporary roof fashioned after an umbrella. The standard version costs €1.4 million, while the Qatar Motor Show 2012 car costs €1.58 million. Continue reading to see more images of everyday things cut in half.
While some may look computer-generated, all of these majestic images of wild red foxes were captured by Dutch photographer Roeselien Raimond. She says: "While the whole world is being absorbed in blankness and the sound of my shutter is muffled by the steadily falling snow, a red fox suddenly appears on stage. She embellishes my white canvas so perfectly. Never had I been happier with a little touch of red in my colour palette." Continue reading to see more photographs that look to be straight from a fantasy movie.
No, you're not looking at a futuristic space station, just the 9h capsule hotel in Japan. Nestled in Shimogyo-Ku, Kyoto, 9h features 125 modern capsules spread over 9-levels, complete with separate male and female quarters, designer locker rooms, showers, as well as a lounge. Every guest receives a sleek 9h amenity kit during the $65/night stay, which includes: bottled water, toothbrush, shampoo, conditioner, body soap, slippers and optional lounge wear. Inside the capsules, guests will find a Panasonic alarm clock, controlled lighting, curved mattresses and pillows made of four different materials to maximum comfort. Continue reading for more.
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