News broke out in 2012 that a feature-length Lego movie was happening and slated for a 2014 release. And it's true! It's going to happen! The first trailer shows LEGO figures and reveals that it's based on a "chosen one" kinda plot. And a lot of superhero mentions.
Berlin-based designers Ying Zhang and Ida Thonsgaard created a system called Playtime, which is a collection of chairs and tables made out of thin layers of tessellated wooden triangles, backed by a textile laminate. When these pieces are unfolded, they're flat like rugs. But when you snap together the embedded system of magnets and clips, each piece transforms into a 3D side table or stool. The surfaces are covered in patterns inspired by Japanese origami and Nordic textiles.
AMD is reported to be taking a leap into unknown territory as it prepares its first ever ARM chip.
Codenamed "Seattle", the new chip is apparently based on the architecture designed by ARM, which is now prolific in smartphones and tablets. According to the Wall Street Journal, the chips will be aimed at server systems where the same power savings required by mobile apps are becoming increasingly attractive.
Ever wonder how feathers came about? Would you believe that they were once donned by the dinosaurs? In this latest TED-Ed animated lecture created by artist Armella Leung, writer Carl Zimmer narrates how feathers evolved over 50 million years from dinosaur fuzz to bird plumage:
Google has confirmed plans for 'Project Loon', a mission that will launch internet-delivering balloons into the sky over remote locations in areas of the world (such as in jungles and mountains) that have poor Internet connection.
Seeing a police car parked outside your home is a great way to deter would-be burglars. One Swiss entrepreneur named Andras Birrer is offering this unique service by renting out fake police cars to people who travel a lot or go away on long holidays.
How is this even humanely possible? Bryan Bednarek's agile mitts might have just set the record for the fastest clapper in the world. In this video, Bryan manages to clap 802 times in just 60 seconds beating the previous record holder by a whopping 81 claps. If you do the math, that's an average of 13 claps per second.
Just like music, math is everywhere. And this latest infotainment video from Vi Hart helps explain the link between the two. This all has to do with frieze patterns, which are symmetrical repeating patterns that show up in all sorts of things like architecture, art, and even our model of DNA. Check it out:
This nifty project from Instructables user ratmax00 will show you how to create a roll-out pantry next to the space near your fridge. While some of the parts were made using a 3D printer, you can probably substitute that with parts from a cheap shelf. Not only does this provide easier access to all your snacks and condiments, you'll also get to fully utilize all the nooks and crannies you have in your kitchen. Be sure to check the full instructions here
Remember that viral photo of a T-Rex that was designed to look like it was crashing a wedding party? Well, this wedding photo shot by Little Blue Lemon Photography takes it to the next level of awesomeness. But instead of dinosaurs, they decided to make the guests run for their lives from AT-AT Walkers.
You'd think by now that we'd be used to all the inane crap that comes out from Kanye West's mouth, but you'd be wrong. In his latest interview with the New York Times, the rapper/fashion designer is once again talking about how awesome he is.
Created by creative collective The Glue Society, this sculpture titled “Once” is a 13-foot cube that contains the crushed remnants of an entire amusement park. Everything from the rides, booths and even prizes were compacted into a four metre cube. The cube is one of the 65 artworks which are currently being displayed at Denmark's Sculpture by the Sea exhibit, which ends June 30th.
Everyone needs a vacation from having to shave every single morning, especially when you're already on vacation. To help you out, the stylist dudes over at Birchbox have decided to put together this 7-day video guide on how to keep a low-maintenance - but still highly presentable - vacation beard:
Is there any way we can report this to child services, because french kissing your teenage son (even when it's staged) should be illegal everywhere. The father and son duo were being interviewed for Zap2It about their movie After Earth, and things get very bizarre somewhere around the 4:45 mark.
The chosen teams from the quarter semi finals once again returned to Menara
Matrade on Sunday (9th June) to battle it out for dancing supremacy. In this round, two teams went head-to-head to see who could move to the beat.
We've all gone through sleep where we have really bizarre dreams, but when we awake, we don't remember much about them. But guess what? There may soon be technology to record our dreams like how we record TV episodes when we aren't able to catch it when it airs.