Every year at the Triple Tree Aerodrome, radio controlled airplane fanatics converge to fly some of the largest RC planes out there. The spiritual predecessor to the drone meets it's younger sibling in this stomach-twisting footage from the 2016 event.
Last Vegas is usually beaming with the florescent glow of neon and the bright desert sun. Using a modified Sony RX100 IV, photographer Phillip Bloom tones down the intensity for a surreal stroll down the strip. The muted palette paired with "Beethoven's 7th Symphony 2nd Movement", makes for a haunting trip to Sin City.
Don't worry, it cleans up nice. Most bars of soap are sleek and smooth out of the box, but not this one, and that's a good thing. It combines a bunch of ingredients that haven't met until now: one is Ose-Dudu, aka "Black Soap" from in West Africa. It also uses palm kernel oil and activated charcoal to soak up impurities from the skin while nourishing it at the same time.
Ingredients: Ose-dudu (African Black Soap) / Glycerin / Palm Kernel Oil / Shea Butter / Activated Charcoal / Palm Acid.
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Nice try, Cinema Sins, but there isn't anything wrong with Jaws. It makes for an entertaining nine minutes, however, watching them try to find something bad about the grandfather of summer blockbusters.
New York parks are full of aspiring ballers working on their game. But we're here to talk about the guys behind the rims. Blacksmith John Fitzgerald and his crew at the NYC Parks department help keep those NBA dreams alive by hand-making the city's rims at every park and playground.
Free from garish colors and aggressive branding, the Jones Utility Trouper is a tasteful stand bag. Larger than its predecessor yet half a pound lighter, it has a 5-way top to keep your clubs separated and organized, plus a multitude of pockets for holding balls, tees, gloves, and, in the insulated pocket, two cans of your favorite refreshment. It has added lumbar cushioning and an optional second strap for comfort, a swivel clip for accessories, a mesh pocket that lets the sound from a phone or speaker escape, and a grab handle at the top that makes it easy to get in and out of the trunk. Clubs not included.
Pockets: 8 / Weight: 5 lbs. / Club Capacity: 14
We've seen portable standalone drum machines before, but never one this versatile that actually fits in your pocket. Teenage Engineering's PO-32 drum synth is a surprisingly full-featured instrument that's about the size of a calculator. For the technical among us, it offers a sequencer with parameter locks, punch-in effects, and unlimited sounds with Microtonic VST. It also adds a built-in speaker, a microphone for data transfer, a 3.5mm audio I/O port, an animated LCD display showing characters drinking G&Ts, and a folding stand. Powered by two AAA batteries, it has a battery life of one month, with a standby time of two years.
June 17th marks the beginning of Science Friday's Cephalopod Week. To kick off the festivities, Frank Grasso of Brooklyn College describes the sensory processes and brain structure of one of the most unique species on the planet.
In every movie, there is a hidden world. Fish become modeling clay; skiffs are really boxes; a giant sword being drawn from its scabbard turns into a much smaller kitchen knife. This is the secret world of foley: adding in sound effects in a studio, using common items, while the scene plays on a screen.