This week in Skynet alerts: robots can now play table tennis, thanks to some German engineers. Even more amazing is that the machine is completely DIY.
The most epic Look Back video to date. Unfortunately, on Google+, there isn't much to look back at.
Hollywood icon Robert Redford didn't hit the big time until his mid-30s. In fact, it was 1969's Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid that truly elevated Redford to superstardom, and this photograph was taken that same year by Life's John Dominis. The black and white shot finds Redford towing his son Jamie from a snowmobile near his Utah home. Printed to order on Fuji crystal archive paper, numbered and certified, and comes encased inside a hand-made solid wood white or black frame that's ready to hang. Limited edition of 495.
Medium / 16" x 20"
Large / 20" x 24"
The catalyst for change for runners, the latest edition of the pioneering adidas' Ultraboost 21 features even more energy return than its predecessor. Each pair is built with a Linear Energy Push which provides a 15% increase in forefoot bending stiffness for added responsiveness. There's also more Boost cushioning for added energy return during your run that leads to more energy in all aspects of your life. The Primeknit+ upper offers a more precise knit; 50% of the upper is textile, and 75% of that is made from Primeblue, a recycled material containing at least 50% Parley Ocean Plastic. Available in several colorways, they're finished with a Stretchweb outsole made using Continental rubber.
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Just give us the show already. If you aren't at a fevered pitch waiting for season four of Game of Thrones to start, this latest trailer might get you there.
Rocky Mountain Construction of Hayden, Idaho, makes some of best structures in the world - rollercoasters. Founder Fred Grub talks about the people and processes that make the company.
Lifestyle journalist Thijs Demeulemeeste finally unites our passion for architecture and automobiles in Carchitecture: Houses with Horsepower. The book finds the common ground between architects and luxury carmakers, both sharing an appreciation for the elegance of design, attention to materials, and solid construction. With these design philosophies in mind, Demeulemeeste pairs iconic dwellings with their car equivalents throughout a series of chapters ranging from "Classic Gas" to "Case Study Cars." Its drool-worthy photos are accompanied by a collection of essays that includes "How the car became Frank Lloyd Wright's ultimate muse."
Width: 8.61 / Depth: 0.92 / Length: 11.74 inches / 192 pages
Kevin Bacon knows the 80s - and he isn't afraid to break down the decade for a bunch of whippersnapping millennials.