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Born in Europe — or maybe China — this simple game took hold in the American Midwest. Now, it’s aiming for the Olympics.
This stop-motion animation of one of the most pivotal moments of the Champion Toronto Raptors' season has us in awe.
Nigel Richards and Joel Sherman have much better vocabularies than you or I or anyone else you've probably ever met.
Listening to Gentry Stein talk about his passion for yo-yos is might make your head spin. But watching him do the thing is oddly blissful.
"Most model makers are outcasts who don't fit in anywhere else because all we're capable of doing is making tiny versions of things."
"Over 126,000 pieces, 10 lifts, 14 motors, and over 1000 feet of track. It features a 40 foot long self-supporting bridge, a 6 foot tall vertical loop, a 100 foot long illuminated path, and a 6.5 foot wide spiral bowl." No wonder it took two years.
There's always gotta be a brand.
In 2014, most critics were pleasantly surprised by how Phil Lord and Chris Miller made the "The Lego Movie" more than the sum of its corporate parts. Now, two "Lego" spin-offs, a "Spider-Verse" and one-half of a "Star Wars" later, have the duo written a sequel that lives up the high expectations they set themselves?
Inside the thriving — but threatened — Tumblr community dedicated to collecting and customizing vintage robot toys.
Constructing this took 15,000 Legos and some metal bars to support the Terminator's full weight.
We're projecting all of our negative emotions about 2018 onto these innocent 'nos.
If you're on the nice list, you get nice presents. If you're on the naughty list, you get coal. If you're in between, you get one of these.
As it turns out, Don Cheadle is really, really good at Boggle.
And to make this feat even more challenging, he did all of this without using glue.
This is done all in the name of science and, well, sadism, of course.
Its darts — which travel over 100 miles per hour — blast through plastic, poster board and remote-control helicopters with ease.
The rise of tech could have been the company's downfall. Instead, it's been a boon.
As part of an upcoming "Beauty and the Beast" attraction, Tokyo Disneyland is utilizing some new animatronics that are... unnerving to say the least.
Diesel tankers grinding rails and landing risky jumps.
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