Kolcraft has created an adult-sized version of its Contours Bliss stroller to give parents a better idea of what children experience when sitting in one. While it's not available for purchase, it is making stops around the US for test drives, and its next stop is Chicago's Mary Bartelme Park on June 7th. "We created the test ride so adults could experience first-hand how each Contours Stroller is carefully designed with a baby's joy and comfort in mind," said Kolcraft president Tom Koltun. Continue reading to watch a video of this giant stroller in-action. Click here for a few bonus images of more geeky things you may want, but probably don't need.
Kikkerland's CD06 Grenade Screwdriver Set may look cool, but probably not something you want to bring on travels, and it's being offered for only $10 shipped, today only. The manufacturer claims that it's really easy to use, simply pop the top off, undo the latch, open, insert the driver, and you're ready to work. Product page. Continue reading for another picture and more information.
The first camera-equipped smartphone was released in 2000, yet a video has surfaced of an alleged time traveler with one at a 1995 Mike Tyson boxing match against Peter McNeeley. While some may say it's a Casio QV-10 or Logitech Fotoman, the lens and flash placement just do not match up. "I dunno if it's a time traveler or not, but no one can explain what camera it is; a QV-100 doesn't have a silver bit on the right, and this camera doesn't seem to have a black line under the lens," said one commentator. Continue reading for a hands-on video of one of the purported cameras.
Students in Thailand were caught cheating during a medical college entrance exams, using an elaborate connected system of devices. School officials found normal-looking glasses equipped with cameras on the side, all of which were connected to smartwatches. To pull it off, they used the cameras to send images of questions to people on the outside, who then transmitted the answers back in text message form to smartwatches. Continue reading for pictures of the other two smartwatches.
Apollo 8, the second human spaceflight mission in the United States Apollo space program, was launched on December 21, 1968, and became the first manned spacecraft to leave Earth orbit, reach the Earth's Moon, orbit it and return safely to Earth. Secureteam10 recently came across a strange image from the mission that apparently shows a massive object, possibly a spacecraft. "This is basically the last in this film magazine taken during the Apollo 8 moon mission. As you can see in the photo, there is something massive that appears either over or on the moon. I went back to the Apollo Image Atlas and went through all of the previous frames before this and there was nothing out of the ordinary. In frame 2908 all of a sudden we see this massive triangular-shaped object sitting atop the moon," said the researcher. Continue reading for another moon anomaly and more information.
The Po'Man Charcoal Grill may look like a trash can at first glance, but it's actually designed to grill up a feast, and perfect for backyard parties. Made from durable rolled steel and stainless metals, it sports a high temperature-resistant BBQ paints, two skewers, a grill gate, drip pan, coal box and starter cup for fluid. Setup takes just minutes, while offering significant capacity for cooking with little hassle. Get one here now. Continue reading for a hands-on video and more information.
Italian photographer / architect Laurent Rosset specializes in creating surreal Inception-like scenes by manipulating real photographs in post-production. They blend fantasy and reality, along with a few human figures for added effect. For example, in "The Sky is Flat" image (above) you'll find natural and urban landscapes folded onto themselves. Continue reading for more pictures.
Sure, using the world's smallest cell phone daily isn't the most practical idea, but for those who require secrecy in their line of work, the Zanco Fly will definitely come in handy. Measuring in at just 71.8 mm in length and 23.5 mm in width, this micro phone does not have any apps, or even a camera, just basic call functionality. "The Zanco Fly phone, is apparently made by Zini Mobiles Ltd, a company established in the UK in 2013, but struck off and dissolved last summer. It was registered to a forwarding address with just one director, who still appears to be selling the phone through online trading site Alibaba (minimum order: 3,000), where Zini is listed as a British company whose purported total annual revenue exceeds $100 million. Other online sources claim Zini employ, or employed, over 300 people," said Peter Robinson. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a rally car driver gone mad.
NASA cut a live ISS feed after a mysterious horseshoe-shaped UFO appeared, or to be more specific, a glowing blue object floating near the space station. They turned off the feed for an hour, and when it resumed, a smaller white light could still be seen in the distance. "I saw a UFO at the space station. It was diamond shaped and it seemed to be changing its shape, but I think that's due to it moving ever so closer to the ISS," said UFO researcher Scott Waring. Continue reading for another video about the dark side of the moon, and possible secret bases. Click here to read about a few bonus UFO incidents and pictures from the past.
Artist collective Meow Wolf have transformed an abandoned bowling alley in Santa Fe, New Mexico into a fantasy world of sorts, complete with 70 different spaces for one to explore, mini arcade, four tree houses, and even an interactive cave system. There's also plenty of secret passageways and rooms to discover, as guests try to figure out what exactly is going on. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information.