Arcade machines are nothing new, but Surface Tension's Nucleus Arcade Coffee Table can be loaded up with just about any classic game. At first glance, it appears like a normal table, especially since the dual joystick controllers fold directly into the side and the in-table screen, but in seconds, you'll realize this is a full-fledged gaming machine that's perfect for titles like Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter, R-Type and more. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Daphne Tan, a 17-year-old from Singapore, has become a social media celebrity, and it's not for makeup tutorials or crazy stunts, but rather her incredible 3D latte art creations. "What sparked my interest was a school program where I had the opportunity to attend a workshop on the appreciation of gourmet coffee... I was experimenting with a French press and found a method to create stable foam to make 3D art on top of my cups," says Daphne. It takes around 10 to 20 minutes to create each piece of art and she now uses a milk frother from Nespresso to create the foam. Scroll down to see the results," said Daphne. Continue reading to see more. Click here for a few bonus images.
Rich East was tired of slogging away at a job he wasn't passionate about, so he decided to sell off all of his belongings and travel with Willow, his rescue cat, around Australia in a campervan. "In February 2017 we finally made it to South Australia, marking Willow's official completion of visiting all 6 states and 2 territories of Australia! This is what is known in Aussie adventure cat slang as a Purrfect Eight. We've achieved so much together and seen some amazing places. I can't imagine being on this trip without her by my side. We've sailed the Great Barrier Reef, camped up mountains and travelled thousands of kilometers of gravel roads from Bourketown in Queensland, all the way up to Northern Territory," said Rich. Continue reading to see and read about their journey, which started back in May 2015.
Halloween is just a little over two weeks away, and that means for those who haven't started their pumpkins, time may be running out, or at least if you want to create something as detailed as these pop culture masterpieces by Alex "The Pumpkin Geek" Wer. Everything you see has been hand-carved and are one-of-a-kind pieces, starting with the "I Am Groot" (above), complete with lights to finish off the look. Continue reading for more. Click here for a few bonus images.
IKEA's Lurvig pet furniture collection has nothing on these custom-built Indiana Jones cat bridges by Catastropic Creations. They can be customized to your liking to include several platforms, resting areas, and even a yarn boulder inspired by the famous scene from Raiders of the Lost Ark. The only thing left to add is a small speaker that plays the The Raiders March on command. Continue reading for more interesting pictures from around the web.
The Roomba-inspired Samsung POWERbot VR7000 Star Wars Edition vacuum cleaners are modeled after Darth Vader and stormtroopers. In addition to being able to automatically clean a room, both models will come pre-loaded with sound effects - Darth Vader makes the Sith lord's trademark heavy breathing sound and the Stormtrooper calls out "Let's go!" when it begins cleaning. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Tile floor company Casa Ceramica was tired of people running through one of its hallways, so they decided to install an optical illusion using 400 floor tiles. Owner Duncan Cook posted several videos on social media of himself navigating floor just for a little promotion, and in hopes that one of the clips would go viral. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Called Porsche Passport, this monthly subscription service will be offered in two different tiers: a $2,000/month "Launch" tier, which provides access to eight different models including the Cayenne, 718 Boxster, 718 Cayman S, as well as the Macan S, and then a $3,000/month "Accelerate" tier that offers a 22 vehicle lineup. Both include white-glove vehicle delivery, insurance, maintenance, detailing, as well as taxes and registration fees. Continue reading for another video and more information.
There's forced perspective and tilt-shift photography techniques, and then food photographer Peter Csakvari's "Tiny Wasteland" series. Simply put, he takes everyday objects, such as miniature toys, and uses them to create tiny worlds, like "Backspace", above. "As a food photographer, I shoot a lot with my macro lenses but I never really used the macro function. When I find these little folks on the internet I started to see little worlds in every single common object around me," said the photographer. Continue reading to see more.
"IT" fanatic "Kassiopeya" spent over 900-hours transforming an old stereo unit into the fictional town of Derry. "To cope with the spirit of the original novel, this bloody ode to the Fifties, this sentimental-dark token of love for an era of deceased rock stars, I wanted this project to be something special. So my Derry - including its underground world of the sewers - has finally been integrated into an old 1958 stereo unit," said the fan. Continue reading for more pictures.