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The Walking Dead: Season 5 Trailer

By Ben on Mon Jan 12 2015 |
Gear | Film
The Walking Dead: Season 5 Trailer
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Misconceptions About Driving

By Ben on Mon Jan 12 2015 |
Gear | Video
This week, Elliott discusses some misconceptions about driving.
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Every Year These Brothers Make a Giant Snow Sculpture on their Front Lawn

By Ben on Mon Jan 12 2015 |
Every Year These Brothers Make a Giant Snow Sculpture on their Front
Gear | News


3 Minnesota brothers have built a huge snow sculpture of a sea creature on their front lawn. Three brothers from Minnesota are known for making huge snow sculptures in their front yard each winter – this year, they decided to create a sea turtle. Austin, Trevor and Connor Bartz live in New Brighton, Minn. They documented the progression of their sea turtle creation in a YouTube video above.
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Shirt and High-Top Sneakers Are Covered in Poop Emoji

By Ben on Mon Jan 12 2015 |
Shirt and HighTop Sneakers Are Covered in Poop

Shirt and HighTop Sneakers Are Covered in Poop
Style | Design
Aade by San Francisco-based clothing company Betabrand. They  are offering classy button-up shirt and high-top sneakers that both feature a custom poop emoji print. At first glance, the shirt and shoes look like it’s feature an intricate pattern but look closely and you’ll see poop emoji print.
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A 3D Printed Robotic Spider Dress

By Ben on Mon Jan 12 2015 |
Gear | Design
By designer  Anouk Wipprecht.
"Aptly called the 'Spider Dress', this piece of wearable tech features animatronic mechanical limbs that respond to external stimuli while defend the personal space of the wearer. The dress provides an extension of the wearers intuition: It uses proximity sensors as well as a respiration sensor to both define and protecting the personal space of the wearer. Approach the wearer to aggressively and the mechanical limbs move up to an attack position. Approach the system under calmer circumstance and the dress just might beckon you to come closer with smooth, suggestive gestures. 3-D printed sensor based animatronic/mechatronic dress enabled by the Intel Edison acts as the interface between the body and the external world using technology and the garment as a medium of interaction."
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First-Person POV Running From Zombies Parkour Video

By Ben on Sun Jan 11 2015 |
Gear | Video
"Inspired by the highly-anticipated action survival game, Dying Light, this Real-Life Parkour video puts you in the POV of a runner and takes you on a frantic escape from zombies through the rooftops of Cambridge, UK. We had a lot of fun making this and cant wait to play the game when it comes out at the end of the month! "
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Slave Leia

By Ben on Sun Jan 11 2015 |
Slave Leia
Gear | Pic
Slave Leia photo by Ellen Adarna
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'Saint Optimus Of Prime' a 122-Piece Stained Glass Window

By Ben on Sun Jan 11 2015 |
Saint Optimus Of Prime a 122Piece Stained Glass
Gear | Other
This is 'St. Optimus Of Prime', a 122-piece stained glass piece made by software engineer Craig Kovatch. The stained glass composition was inspired by a stylized illustration of Optimus Prime by “Ninjaink”. More pictures after more.
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New CHAPPIE Trailer

By Ben on Sun Jan 11 2015 |
Gear | Video
The new trailer for CHAPPIE.
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Windframe Portable Car Air Vent Mount Support Kit for iPhone

By Ben on Mon Jan 12 2015 |
Windframe Portable Car Air Vent Mount Support Kit for
Gear | Apple
Windframe's Portable Car Air Vent Mount Support Kit is a simple car air vent mount for your iPhone 6, compatibles with smartphones such as iPhones, Samsung Galaxy phones, BlackBerry phones, and Windows phones. Also works with most cases. It features an adjustable grip to prevent phone from slipping or falling out. 360 degrees rotatable cradle allows you to easily adjust horizontally or vertically;
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Can a Dog Understand the Human Language?

By Ben on Sat Jan 10 2015 |
Gear | Video
Do they really understand what we say, think, and feel? Recent research suggests dogs know more about our language and emotions than you might think.
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