A second season for Netflix's wildly successful Stranger Things has just been announced. This video doesn't really tell us anything about what's to come, but we do know that the Duffer brothers are planning to pick up one year after Will Byers was found. We'll all just have to wait until the adventure continues in 2017.
No, you are not mistaken. Yes, you are correct. What you see before you is a replica Knight Industries Two Thousand, more commonly known by its abbreviation K.I.T.T. The noble, high-tech steed that bore The Hoff into action-packed crime fighting every week is presented here in all its 80s glory, right down to the terrible airplane-style steering wheel and dozens of blink lights and digital readouts that do nothing. Mr. Feeny's voice not included.
More than a simple camera drone GoPro Karma is a series of separate accessories that work together to deliver great-looking aerial footage in the air or on the ground. It starts with the drone and its folding design, top speed of 35mph, 20-minute runtime, and the touchscreen controller that gets even novices up and running with ease. The stabilizer slides inside the Karma Grip — for smooth handheld videos. And the entire kit packs into a backpack case. The Karma system is compatible with the Hero 5 Black and Hero 4 Black and Silver.
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GoPro Karma is a highly-capable yet beginner-friendly drone. But it's just as useful on the ground as it is in the air. Thanks to its detachable stabilizer and Grip accessory, it also lets you capture smooth, rock-stable footage whether you're holding it in your hand or have it hooked to one of the company's signature mounts. Shot 100% on Karma and the HERO5 camera, this video gives you a taste of the system's possibilities.
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For an entire year, six scientists lived in a NASA-sponsored habitat in Hawaii designed to mimic living on Mars. Called the Hi-Seas, the dome emulated many of the conditions found on the Red Planet. Communications took 20 minutes to send and receive, the crew members only left the facility in spacesuits, and power and water were all procured from available resources.
Days after the release of their soon-to-be landmark album "Nevermind", Seattle band Nirvana played a small club in New Haven, Connecticut. In a few months, "Nevermind" would be atop the charts, and Kurt, Dave, and Krist would be the face of a musical movement they didn't know existed. Watch an extended video of the same show here.