Usually known for making shitty robots, Simone Giertz turned her focus into making something very un-shitty. The YouTube inventer took her Tesla M3 and converted into a pickup truck she calls the Truckla, complete with its own fake commercial. The electric car manufacturer announced their own truck concept back in April but Giertz didn't have time to wait around for the company's release. She also shared the process behind creating the world's first Tesla pickup.
Don't ready that doomsday bunker just yet. In what looks like another demonstration by Boston Dynamics, turns out to be a parody by Corridor Digital. The video shows a battered robot going through a series of grueling tests until the cyborg begins fighting back against its creators. While it's clearly fake, the CGI work is so convincing, it many people preparing for the robot apocalypse.
For their Travel Bag Roller, Topo Designs included another layer of versatility to their soft-shell carry-on — wheels. The addition of a telescoping handle and crush-proof wheels make cruising through the airport no big deal. For a smooth trek up the aisle, removable backpack straps and side-grip handles offer two more ways to carry. As far as packing goes, a spacious interior features two compartments to secure your gear during travel while mesh pockets organize smaller items. Its 1000D nylon exterior is also equipped with easy-access pockets for keep keys, wallets, and passports on hand.
Height: 13.5" / Width: 21" / Depth: 9" / Capacity: 44L
Between handles, knobs, pumps, and doors, the world is a war zone and everyday items are our biggest threat. Hand sanitizer is our greatest weapon and to ensure you're never out in the field unarmed, there's the Profound Hand Sanitizer Keychain. Made from genuine leather, the handy little holder is fitted with matte black hardware that attaches to belts, bags, and keys to keep your cleaner close by. It comes with an empty 2 ounce bottle to fill with your preferred sanitizer.
Recent research has shown that meat can be risky to your health. A diet made up of mostly plants has been held up as the gold standard for most people — but how bad is meat for you? Kurzgesagt digs into the question of meat and how it affects your health.
What begins as a friendly post-wedding ritual turns into a deadly spin on a childhood classic in Ready or Not. Starring Samara Weaving, Mark O'Brien, Adam Brod, and Andie MacDowell, a young bride enters into a union with a wealthy man and his eccentric family. The wedding night takes a turn from bizarre to deadly when an innocent game of hide and seek becomes an all-out blood bath. The film is slated for release August 23, 2019.
Made exclusively by Döttling, a German safe manufacturer, this watch winder is a beautiful way to keep your timepieces in sync when they aren't on your wrist. And while conventional winders turn watches on one axis, the Gyrowinder can rotate a watch in any direction, including a full 360° rollover. A Start-Stop button activates the mechanism with four sets of counterweights for individual weight adjustment for each watch. The Gyrowinder is protected by a hand-blown crystal glass cover and the base is made of solid aluminum with a black matte finish. The perfect way to display your treasured timepieces, each winder is finished with Pro Hunter's signature black and red finish.
Height: 12.99" / Diameter Base: 12.99" / Weight: 13.2 lb.
Made with almond milk and rosehip oil, the Triumph & Disaster A+R Soap delivers a gentle cleanse with the scent of New Zealand. The bar's blend of natural ingredients hydrates and heals the skin while oat flakes help to buff the surface. It's even sensitive enough to use on your face. Infused with cedar, juniper, bergamot, and cypress, its bespoke fragrance leaves behind an aroma reminiscent of a walk in the Whatipu bush.
4.58oz / 130g
If you were disappointed by the final season of Game of Thrones, you're not alone. Numerous fans have vocalized their disappointment with everything from the writing to the editing that let not only a Starbucks cup into an episode but also a water bottle. So, on behalf of all of Westeros, Jon Snow apologizes by burning the season eight script in this deepfake video by Eating Things.
If Tony Stark was going to build an Iron Man suit with today's technology, this is exactly how he'd do it. Adam Savage teamed up with Richard Browning, founder of Gravity, to learn how to fly Gravity's jet pack. Then he used the latest in 3D printing — with lasers and metal powder — to create an Iron Man suit using the Mark II 3D files from Marvel Studios. The result is amazing and gives the movies a run for their money. Watch Adam ready the suit for display after testing here.