Common sense dictates I should not eat these knitted food pieces created by artist Ed Bing Lee. No matter how delicious they look, and the wide choice of cuisines on offer.
Yaskawa equipped its Motoman industrial robots with lightsabers and had them take a go at each other in a choreographed sequence. The choreographed part is sort of a bummer, but lightsaber wielding robots do look good.
Via: IEEE Spectrum
Microsoft teamed up with artists to launch the creatively titled series “Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 Studio Series Artist Edition.” The super creative name aside, the series had participation of six artists, each making a mouse the work of art with different patterns and striking uniqueness. Each of the mice have the artists signature at the bottom and are proclaimed to have a battery life of 8-months on a single AA battery. The mice are priced at $30.
The thing the most useless machine does best, is to switch itself off as soon as you switch it on. That’s all a day’s work for the machine. But continue disturbing its slumber, and the machine will eventually have had enough. Let me say it again, these machines do not like being switched on.
Yes its freaky and quite similar to head movement of ghosts in poorly made horror movies. For Alexander though, it is his super flexible spinal column that does the trick.
Human history is fraught with wars based on one premise or the other, but nothing quite awakes the same passions as religion. San Francisco artist Al Farrow creates religious sites, Mosques, Churches and Synagogues out of ammunitions and firearms. Interesting stuff, and it is almost surprising how the artist makes weapons into such “sacred” religious places.
For superheroes, it is their headgear that makes them so easily recognizable, apart from the fact that they wear underwears over pants. Anyways, YouTube user Tigerpause444 created these awesome set of helmets that can be had in the choice of numerous superheroes. You could be Iron Man, Master Chief or the War Machine, among others. None of these helmets are road legal though, because they have screws and Department of Transportation doesn’t want any of that on helmets.
Its manufacturers call the Uno III “world’s first real transformer,” even though it does not transform into a badass car or an equally badass robot. What it does, is go from a three-wheeled Segway styled mode to a street bike. There you have it, and you can book one with a refundable deposit of $250.
There isn’t something really different about the works and art of Chinese artist Huang Guofu, but it is the method he uses that is remarkable. The artist is disabled, having lost his hands in an accident. Guofu started to paint using his feet; it did take him some time to perfect the art and he finally managed to create paintings and sketches using his mouth and right foot.
It is the 125th anniversary of Coca Cola and what better way to celebrate it than taking a few swigs out of the original Coca Cola bottle. Well, that bottle doesn’t happen to be in circulation, but you can get your hands on the original Coca Cola Hutchinson bottle. Costs £2 (~$3.3).