It's always good to revisit the good old days of PC modding, back when geeks took pride in creating custom towers. For this flashback, we bring you a Battlefield-inspired (game) PC that even includes a built-in energy drink cooler. Unfortunately, we don't know if the minigun spins or if the switches actually do something. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a Chihuahua that's really living the good life.
You can argue that tablets are quickly replacing traditional books, but fact of the matter is, lots of people still have plenty of them laying around the house. Now why waste space, when you could have a chair and bookshelf hybrid? This nifty hybrid aims to save you space, whether you live in a mansion or a cramped apartment. Continue reading for more space-saving gadgets and accessories - for those wondering, #19 is the Rumford Gardener.
Here's a first look at the all-new BMW M4 Convertible, which sports the Active Sound Control feature, like in the M4 Coupe, where a live amplification of the engine's natural sound will be inducted into the passenger cabin via the speakers. One caveat: it's slightly heaver than the coupe, at 3851-pounds. Continue reading for more cool things you may not have known about the sporty car.
Artist Jonty Hurwitz is back at it again, and his amazing anamorphic art are definitely eye openers. Anamorphisis refers to a distorted projection or perspective requiring the viewer to use special devices or occupy a specific vantage point to reconstitute the image. In this case, that would be a mirrored cylinder. To create these artworks, he first scans a three-dimensional object, and then uses software to come up with new physical forms. Continue reading for more.
Believe it or not, the image above shows a 5MB IBM hard drive being loaded up onto a Pan Am plane in 1956. It supposedly weighed over a ton, and for comparison, you would need over 1,000 of these units to store the information held in a modern thumb drive. That is just one of the many fascinating historical photos we have rounded up for you today. Continue reading to see them all.
In Elysium, Matt Damon was equipped with an exoskeleton, a sort of automated body armor that augments his strength and speed, also helping him to move as his illness becomes ever-more debilitating. YouTube user "The Hacksmith" decided to create his own version, and while it may not be as powerful as Damon's, lifting 170-pound barbells has never been easier. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a vacuum cleaner that works so well you can eat off the ground after using it.
Artist David Foster is unlike any other because he specializes in pointillism portraits. They appear to be either tiny dots marked with a pen or just random nails up close, but from far, a beautiful portrait is revealed. All of this means hammering thousands of nails into a chosen canvas by hand. Each and every nail serves as a single dot to create incredibly realistic portraits of anything from a majestic elephant to Marilyn Monroe, above. Continue reading for more.
Photographer and Star Wars fanatic Benoit Lapray partnered with artist Matthieu Latry for a LEGO Star Wars "Toys Invasion" series, in which they took Star Wars LEGO minifigs as well as accessories, and set them up in real life situations at La Confluence in Lyon, France. Above, we have two Jedis preparing for a battle with none other than Darth Vader himself. Continue reading for more.
When captured at the perfectly wrong time, even human faces can be distorted to look other-worldly. However, South Africa-based photographer Anelia Loubser noticed that all you needed to do was flip a face upside-down to get that effect. Her latest photo series, "Alienation", shows just that and lets you see faces from a whole new perspective. Continue reading to see more examples.
Award-winning Chinese photographer Fan Ho spent the 1950s in old Hong Kong, and his photographs of the exotic land, can be published in his new book "Fan Ho: A Hong Kong Memoir". Since moving to Hong Kong from Shanghai in 1949, he's documenting these special everyday moments. There were some superstitious people along the way too, as Fan recalls: "With a knife in his hand, a pig butcher said he would chop me. He wanted his spirit back." Continue reading for more.