Have you ever come across an invention on television, the internet, or even in real-life that just made you scratch your head? Well, these five inventions just might fall under that head-scratching category. Whether it be the auto-shredding calendar, Bathe & Brew, or baby hooks, these are a few things you might not want to use. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the ultimate cucumber slicing master from Japan.
There are some inventions you use once and then throw to the side, while there are others that are used daily. For example, an illuminated bookmark, glow-in-the-dark soap, a flexible mobile phone that can be attached to your ear, or just a simple board for keeping things organized on your desk. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an adorable father and daughter dancing duo.
Hello Kitty like you've never seen the cat before in contact lens form. Even if you don't need contacts, these are purely cosmetic and also comes complete with a themed case as well as box, making it a perfect gift for any Hello Kitty fanatic. One caveat: it'll set you back $105 for a single set. Product page. Continue reading for more.
Disposable, also known as single-use cameras, were pretty big back in the 80s and 90s, but the kids of today are probably more accustomed to snapping shots with their smartphone to post on social networks. On a similar note, did you know that a company called Photo-Pac produced a cardboard camera beginning in 1949 which shot 8 exposures and which was mailed-in for processing? That's right, cameras were expensive, and would often have been left safely at home when lovely scenes presented themselves. Frustrated with missing photo opportunities, H. M. Stiles had invented a way to enclose 35mm film in an inexpensive enclosure without the expensive precision film transport mechanism. It cost $1.29. Though incredibly similar to the familiar single-use cameras today, Photo-Pac failed to make a permanent impression on the market. Continue reading for more.
UDI's U818A 2.4-GHz Quadcopter is currently being offered for just $64.99 shipped, today only, originally priced at $499.99. The UDI 818A offers new and experienced pilots both a 6 axis stabilized quadcopter that is capable of loops and high speed flight. 2 flight modes offer enhanced performance. One special feature about this U818A is the onboard camera. You can now film videos and take pictures via controls from the 2.4ghz transmitter. A push of a button allows you to take snapshots or record live footage, media is stored on a microSD card up to 8GB. Product page. Continue reading for a height and camera test video, along with more information.
6 AXIS GYRO with posture control - Integrated design guarantee the precise positioning of the aircraft.
4 CHANNEL function provide stable flying and easy operation. Video Camera FPV.
High Capacity Battery And Strong Power Motors Enable The Helicopter To Fly Much Longer And More Efficiently.
Modular Design makes it easy to install and repair. Remote Distance is up to 30m.
This awesome Star Trek Borg Cube fridge just might be the geekiest ever. Simply plug it into a standard 120V AC outlet - or it can be powered by 12V DC power source - and set it to cool or even heat. ThinkGeek says that with "the Borg Cube Fridge, your great food will be contained until it can be assimilated... into your face." Click here to view the first image in this week's funny exam answers and hilarious school images gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a crazy Rube Goldberg machine that uses light instead of the normal trinkets.
Don't you just hate when the toothpaste tube is almost empty, but there's still that little sliver at the bottom nobody can seem to push out? This simple dual-end toothpaste tube aims to solve that problem. Simply flip the top off either side, and you'll be ready to brush - no more headaches. Other simple inventions include, a transparent toaster, padlock USB drive, and more. Continue reading to see them all.
Available in early 2015 and priced from $349, the Apple Watch boasts a brand new user interface, different from the iPhone and iPad, complete with a 'digital crown.' Users can turn the crown to zoom in and out on a map, scroll through a list, or take the user back to the home screen when pressed. Tim Cook says, "It can be worn all day, in any occasion." It will come in three different trims: Apple Watch in silver, the Apple Watch Sport and the Apple Watch Edition, which sports an 18-karat gold finish. Continue reading for more hands-on images, another video and additional information.
In the James Bond film "For Your Eyes Only", there was a nifty submarine that attacked Agent 007. Now, the man who created that submarine has come up with a new personal luxury submarine for wealthy consumers, and you don't even have to be a super spy to enjoy it. It's called the Deepflight Submarine Super Falcon Mark II by Graham Hawkes, and this submersible measures 17 feet long and seats two, with each person getting their own bubble-glass cockpit. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
What better place for your cat(s) to train from the next Ninja Warrior competition than with an Indiana Jones-inspired bridge? According to its creator, "The bridge slats are 8.75" wide and roped together. The railing is hand-woven twine to lessen the swing and give the cats the ability to lounge on the bridge. Our cats love sleeping in the bridge and our 15lb cat sleeps on his back in it. " Continue reading for more cool gadgets and accessories geeks (and your cats) would love.