Making Stuff built this clock showing Pac-Man chasing his undead enemies. This time-lapse video shows the construction process from start to finish. It's run with an Arduino-compatible controller and a servo mounted in a 3D printed bracket. He is clearly a skilled wood worker as evidenced in the build video above.
Legendary filmmaker Sam Raimi (“Spiderman,” “Evil Dead”, “The Grudge”) and director Gil Kenan (“Monster House”) contemporize the classic tale about a family whose suburban home is haunted by evil forces. When the terrifying apparitions escalate their attacks and hold the youngest daughter captive, the family must come together to rescue her before she disappears forever.
This special drone you see above is the creation of a redittor by the name Olivier-FR. He combined a quadcopter with an aluminum and carbon frame to create a badass flying machine. He detailed his build step by step so that any enterprising Star Wars fan can attempt to build his own.
This is a video from Brazilian shirt store Camisaria Colombo in which they fitted a bunch of headless 2-D mannequins with their clothes, then attached them to hexacopters and flew them in front of the windows of Pao Paulo office buildings for "the executives that stay at the office all day long." An interesting advertising technique.
The Olympus Air A01, a camera sensor and lens mount that's controlled completely by your smartphone. User can interchange the lens quality via a range of controlling apps, to provide an easy-to-use and enjoyable photography experience. The 147g weighing product which is available in either white or black, holds a 16 megapixel image sensor, a 1/16000 ultra high-speed shutter, and a 3x digital zoom. This odd device grips the sides of your smartphone at an angle, and connects via WiFi. Everything is controlled from the Olympus companion app, but the Air A01 does have a physical shutter button for more of a camera feel. The OLYMPUS AIR A01, scheduled to go on sale from March 6, 2015.
Rocket Jump recreate ‘every 90′s commercial ever‘ in this outrageous parody video which takes an unexpected... "Liquid Slam's ad campaign for their "Big Game" line of snacks and sugary beverages was pulled almost immediately."
Photographer Eric J. Smith snapped this shot near Redondo Beach, California. A man on a sailboat was texting while a humpback whale surfaced. He never noticed. ABC News (warning: auto-start video) quotes him: "A small private sailboat maneuvered really close to the whales, and this guy on it was literally sitting in that position and never moved," Smith said. "He could have been texting his mom in the hospital for all I know, but I thought it sucked that he missed such a wonderful moment happening just two feet in front of him."