Yes, even the most patient of professors lose their cool at times, but to prevent outbursts from happening, they do things like putting a funny twist on the "Name:" section of a worksheet. Other examples include: starting a Power Point presentation with an interesting cover sheet, reading RateMyProfessor reviews out loud to the class, using a gigantic stick instead of a laser pointer and lots more. Continue reading to see them all.
In the Star Wars movies, the AT-ST is a light yet heavily-armed, ground combat vehicle, capable of traversing various environments, and equipped with a medium, chin-mounted, double blaster cannon, a blaster cannon on the port side, a concussion grenade launcher on the starboard side of its head, two clawed feet, while encased in thick steel. This scrap metal version may not have functional weapons, but it's still a conversation piece nonetheless. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Computer modding may not be as popular as it once was, but there are still plenty of enthusiasts who piece together custom workstations, like the one you see above. This particular system features an Intel i7-5960X (4.5-GHz), 32GB of DDR4 Ripjaw IV @ 2666MHz RAM, an ASUS ROG Rampage Extreme X99 motherboard, XFX AMD R9 295X2 graphics, four Kingston HyperX 120GB SSDs + 1TB Seagate Barracuda
Captain 360 Cooler for the CPU, and an ASUS VN247 display. If you're a laptop user that wants a desktop at home, there's always the option of picking up something like Henge Docks. Continue reading for more.
Star Wars fans who want to make a real impression at the Force Awakens premier should definitely pick up Anovos latest piece, a 1:1 scale Stormtrooper helmet. It's constructed from lightweight injection-molded plastic, and based on the actual digital files used in the production of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens. Best of all, everything comes assembled and ready to wear, unlike others that require you to piece things together yourself. Click here to view the first image in this week's WINS gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a bizarre caterpillar that freaks out when someone yells at it.
Iron Man suits are nothing new, but Thomas DePetrillo of Extreme Costumes has created one of the first Hulkbuster costumes we've ever come across. It stands a towering 9-feet tall, and can shoot frickin' green lasers from its eyes. When all was said in done, DePetrillo spent over 1,600-hours designing, planning and then piecing together a suit that was not only light enough to wear, but also flexible enough to move around in. Continue reading for a making of video and more pictures.
If Bugatti ever partnered with Lucasfilm / Disney, this is probably what one of their hypercars would look like. Digital artist Khyzyl Saleem gives us a preview of the Vision Gran Turismo: Darth Vader Edition. "The expressive design of the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo is marked by large convex surfaces, which contrast with concave transitions and strong lines. That lends the exterior styling precision and surface tensions of the highest quality. The proportions of the vehicle are uncompromisingly athletic and designed for maximum performance," said Bugatti. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the self-playing xylophone stairs of Hokkaido, Japan.
Whether it be working, gaming, or even brushing your teeth, cat owners know that their pets really don't care about personal space, and will sneak right up to make sure you never get things done. One the bright side, did you know that owning a cat can reduce the risk of stroke and heart attack by a third? Or, that a cat's cerebral cortex (the part of the brain in charge of cognitive processing) has 300-million neurons, compared with a dog's 160 million? Continue reading for more pictures.
It's been many years since NLO Moto unveiled the first Predator motorcycle helmet, now they have unveiled an upgraded 4.8-pound model, complete with 17" durable dreadlocks made from foam rubber, a Bluetooth ready headset setup w/action camera compatibility, a new visor that can be opened with one hand (slides into the helmet body), and double casing with an additional shock-absorbing layer. Continue reading for another video and more information.
You could either use a phone or tablet while lying down on your side, or prop a laptop up, connect a wireless mouse, and click away, like this person. One problem, using the keyboard is still next to impossible due to the angle, but voice control might be another option. That is just one of the many acts of extreme laziness captured for the entire internet to see, other examples include: a homemade pliers razor, sitting on an office chair box and more. Continue reading to see them all.
Ayrton Senna was a Brazilian racing driver who won three Formula One world championships who unfortunately, lost his life during the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix. He was among the most dominant and successful F1 drivers of the modern era, and is considered by many as the greatest racing driver of all time. Andrew Ainsworth of Shepperton Design Studios decided to pay tribute with this beautiful stormtrooper helmet, using the original molds he used from the 1977 Star Wars film. Artist Jason Brooks added the decals to match Senna's famous helmet. Continue reading for three Ayrton videos and more information about his life.