Hand Free "gives you the ability to use your cell phone hands free while still looking like an asshole. " Designed by Minneapolis-based designer Phil Jones. The headset comes equipped with a fake hand and arm that dangles off the side of your phone. It look weird!
A baby Zonkey, a cross between a Zebra and a donkey, named Ippo has been born at an animal reserve in Florence, Italy. The father is a zebra that was adopted by the animal reserve after he was rescued from a failing zoo. The mother is a Donkey of Amiata, an endangered animal species. Serena Aglietti, one of the employees at the reserve, said in a statement, "Ippo is the only one of her kind in Italy."
The Quickboat is the first foldable boat we've seen that a team of two can put together in a minute or less. Disassembled, the boat comes in two carrying bags that should fit on the roof of your family truckster. Fully clicked together, it forms a 12-foot boat with room for four. There's no motor in the bag. The boat will officially launch at the Sydney International Boat Show on August 1st, at a price just over $4,000.
In the latest Jamie and Adam Tested video, Adam turns his attention to one of the most famous guns in the galaxy. After having made a Blade Runner pistol and an Indiana Jones revolver he sets out to make Han Solo’s DL-44 Blaster from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. watch the video above! "Fortunately, the makers at the Replica Prop Forum have thoroughly researched the details of this prop and have faithfully recreated the components needed to build it. Adam and Norm run through the blaster's signature details and then work together to assemble this iconic space gun."
In 1993, Michael Jackson, along with Michael L. Bush and Dennis Tompkins, filed for a patent on the “anti-gravity” shoes they invented. These special shoes had a triangular groove in the heels that caught onto a bolt sticking out of the stage floor which allowed Jackson and his dancers to lean forward beyond the center of gravity. "A system for allowing a shoe wearer to lean forwardly beyond his center of gravity by virtue of wearing a specially designed pair of shoes which will engage with a hitch member movably projectable through a stage surface. The shoes have a specially designed heel slot which can be detachably engaged with the hitch member by simply sliding the shoe wearer’s foot forward, thereby engaging with the hitch member."