Those who attended the NYC Nintendo Switch event were given small 8oz bottles of water, and some have already made their way onto eBay, with a few trying to fetch $100. "Up for sell is a Bottle of water from the nintendo switch event in NYC. This item is unused and in mint condition. The water was bottled at a natural spring. It's clear. It makes for a great shelf item for any hardcore Nintendo fan. Feel free to make offers and ask questions. There's no refunds," said the seller. Continue reading for another video from the NYC even and more information.
This giant panda staying at the Dujiangyan Panda Base in Chengdu, China absolutely loves cameras, and these photographs prove it. Yes, guests here are actually allowed to sit next to these furry animals and interact with them, resulting in some interesting images. The Dujiangyan Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding was founded in 2011, specializing in re-introducing the bears into the wild. Continue reading for more pictures.
Most MacBook owners have probably never opened their laptops, but some who have discovered random US coins inside, and nobody knows why, especially since they're assembled in China. Apparently, this has been happening as far back as 2010, and in the video above, a customer called Greg Kilpatrick showed a quarter found in his device. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
A great-grandmother from Brazil, has been praying to a Lord of the Rings Elrond for years, after mistaking it for Saint Anthony, the late Portuguese priest and patron saint of lost things. This discovery was made when Facebook users pointed it out after posting a series of photos on her Facebook page. "My daughter's great-grandmother prays to this figure of Saint Anthony every day, but looking more closely. We tried to explain right away but she didn't understand at first. The next day we explained again and she understood and we got her a new figure of Saint Anthony," said makeup artist Gabriela Brandao. Continue reading for more pictures of the figurine and information. Click here for some bonus behind-the-scenes images from the Lord of the Rings movies.
Let's face it, long distance relations lack physical interaction, but Kissenger, a smartphone accessory, aims to change that. Created by Dr. Hooman Samani, Director of AIART Lab (Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Technology Laboratory) in Singapore, this gadget consists of two internet-connected robots with big silicone lips that's touted as "a physical interface enabling kiss communication." All the user has to do is kiss the silicone pad and the integrated precision force sensors register the lip movements, while miniature linear actuators replicate those movements on a second device used by the person being kissed. Continue reading for a video and more information.
David Levy, an artificial intelligence expert, expects human and robot marriages to become commonplace by 2050, and one French woman is already kicking things off. Lilly is reportedly only attracted to robots and dislikes physical contact with humans. Until 3D-printing became more affordable, falling in love with one of these machines just wasn't possible. Thanks to the open-source technology from a French company InMoov, it has now become a reality. The two are purportedly "engaged," and will be marry as soon as human-robot marriages become legal in France. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Danielle Baskin, a creative director from San Francisco, unveils Drone Sweaters, which are custom-tailored to order, and can be made for a variety of drones, starting at $189. "How warm your drone is able to physically keep themselves may depend on their model, size and even age, but if they just don't have a heavy plastic coating, there is only so much charging they can do to conserve heat," according to the product description. Continue reading for more pictures and information. Click here for a few bonus images of drones used by military personnel all over the world.
Priced from $3,100 USD, this custom gold-plated Donald Trump iPhone 7 has his portrait, name, and slogan "Make American Great Again" engraved on the back. "Smartphone design is a composition coated with gold and embodied in the form of a volume of engravings depicting the portrait of Trump and the emblem of the United States, as well as the slogan with which Trump won: Make America Great Again (Let's make America great again)," according to a CAVIAR representative. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Planet Earth II with human voices.
The Darth Vader-inspired "Homecam" is a security camera that not only comes equipped with a removable helmet for simple access, but also features a LAN input for internet broadcasting. That's right, users can monitor their homes from anywhere in the world, while a micro SD slot enables you to record for extended periods. Other features include: an auxiliary-in and microphone ports. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny autocorrect texts gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a DIY steampunk R2-D2 teapot.
Radio Flyer's miniaturized Tesla Model S for kids, complete with authentic paint used on the real vehicles, has hit stores, and prices start from $499. This isn't a simple toy, but rather a fully-electric vehicle that boasts an MP3 sound system, working headlights, a full interior, and most importantly, brakes. There's even room to put all your gear in the cabin, or front trunk. Available in red, blue, silver, or white colors, the vehicle has a top speed of six miles per hour, although parents can manually limit the speed to three miles per hour. Continue reading for another video and more pictures. Click here for a few bonus things you might want, but probably don't need.