A guy from Japan, who goes by Tanu online, has mastered the art of coin stacking, and despite how some of his sculptures appear to defy the laws of physics, none have been digitally altered. He starts with a variety of denominations, and then builds a strong base using staggered coins. Next, the coins are carefully placed upright and put edge-to-edge without them falling over. Continue reading for two more videos, pictures, and information. Click here for a few bonus images.
Project Props went above and beyond to create a 3D-printed Batman: Arkham Knight helmet. The design was taken directly from the game's source code, and even then, it required several days of work to transform that file into something workable. For example, the team had to move the eye holes so the wearer could actually see out the mask. Next, they added functional LED lights to complete the futuristic look. 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 an awesome literal Bohemian Rhapsody, with tons of computer-generated effects.
The Gerber Zombie Apocalypse Survival Kit offers a variety of useful tools, including three machetes, all for $313.56 shipped, today only, originally $349. This kit contains seven survival tools--a Gator machete, a Camp II axe, a Gator Pro machete, a Parang machete, an LMF II Infantry knife, a DMF Folder knife, and an Epic knife--along with a durable canvas carrying case for secure transport. Product page. Continue reading for another video review and more information.
The grapple gun, which fired the Batline/Bat-rope (it had to be thrown manually prior to that), was first introduced in Tim Burton's live-action film, Batman. One feature added to the utility belt in the film and its sequel Batman Returns, was a small motor which would move items from the back of the belt around to the front allowing Batman easier access to his weaponry and tools. Now, "The Hacksmith" has created a real-life version, and this grappling hook gun can shoot distances of up to 150-feet, using 3mm kevlar rope rated for 2000-pounds. Next up on the list of upgrades is an 8-horsepower electric superwinch that will enable humans to ascend buildings faster than anything commercially available. 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 dry ice being poured into a frozen fish pond.
Remember Galac-Tac's AR500 Boba Fett armor from a few months back? Well, now an Airsoft version is available. The helmets come in flat dark earth, olive drab, matte black and matte gray, while the body armor is made from high-impact semi-rigid urethane, and "one size fits most," designed to be mounted to MOLLE vests. Currently, the company is only working on replica armor and helmets, but they have plans for other accessories such as bracers and gauntlets. 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 a handheld Tesla coil gun.
The Marvel Legends Captain America Shield is life-sized, measuring in at 24-inches, and can be picked up for just $54.02, today only, originally $99.99. Adjustable straps on this shield's underside allow users to wear this shield like Captain America does when he enters the fight for justice. Imagine wielding the First Avenger's mighty shield and defending against evil-doers with this full-scale, premium finish Captain America shield from the Marvel Legends Series. Product page. Continue reading for a full video review and more information.
At first glance, this may appear to be a real police interceptor, but upon closer inspection, you'll see that it's just a cleverly disguised Ford Mustang Shelby GT350. It's powered by a 5.2L Flat Plane Crank V8 engine producing 526-horsepower and 429 lb-ft of torque, perfect for taking on the Camaro Z28, Porsche GT3, as well as the BMW M4. Notable features are track-focused chassis tuning, significant aero-dynamic changes to include lowering the hood around the engine, 2-piece, cross-drilled brake rotors paired with Brembo calipers, MagneRide damping option, light weight Tremec six speed manual transmission, Recaro seats, and various light weight components. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video about the strangest coincidence ever recorded.
Marvel's Deadpool is basically the eighth installment in the X-Men film series - starring Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, Ed Skrein, T.J. Miller, Gina Carano, Leslie Uggams, Brianna Hildebrand, and Stefan Kapicic - where antihero Wade Wilson (Deadpool) hunts the man who nearly destroyed his life while also trying to reunite with his lost love. For those who don't already know, this film made extensive use of computer-generated imagery, especially in the freeway traffic scene where Colossus and Negasonic Teenage Warhead show up. Continue reading for more cool behind-the-scenes images from famous films. Click here for a few bonus images.
The "Black Hole Lamp" by Curve ID may not be the most practical, but it's a conversation piece nonetheless. When turned on, the light is spread across a fabric disk, but as you pull the handle backwards, a tunnel is created, swallowing it like a black hole devours stars. "The fully illuminated disc represents a living star...as the disc is stretched backwards, the light dims just like the process of a dying star until it no longer emits light and is devoured by a black hole. We wanted to achieve an aesthetically pleasing piece that was also functional and interactive, where the user plays a key role in the experience of the product - we want the user to be part of the design and make them feel like they have the power to transform light," said the team. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information. Click here for a few bonus creative and geeky home ideas.
Remember when a 33.6K modem could be picked up for $9.99, or a 200MHz AMD K6 computer package for $999.99? If not, this Black Friday Best Buy ad from 1999 should refresh your memory. Back then, the lines were even longer, since online shopping wasn't as prevalent yet, which meant local news stations lining right up with the customers to catch all of the madness on video. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.