You might think you know the physics behind why these balls are able to levitate on an upward stream of water, but if "Bernoulli" is the first word out of your mouth you've got to examine the phenomenon closer.
Rob Cockerham built this beauty to wear at Sacramento's Wizard World Comic Con. According to Rob, the get up was a huge hit, "I turned the corner... and was greeted with open iPhones, gaping mouths and spontaneous applause."
This is one of the clearest explanations for objects in the fourth dimension that we've ever heard.
Starting today, as part of a wide-ranging relaunch, Ken has cornrows. And he’s Asian. And he’s skinny. Or sometimes even fat (sorry, “broad”).
If you don't have the itch to collect little toy cars, you will after you finish watching the restoration of this 1968 Custom Deora.
The internet has been oversaturated with fidget spinner content as of late and it's easy to become jaded by it all. However, the folks over at Kuma Films still managed to make the toy magical and fun all over again.
In an attempt to make math "hella sick," teachers have fused the study of numbers with 2017's hottest toy craze. And the result is... good?
The Tasty channel has finally gone too far!
When you find out how RC-enthusiast Adam Woodworth actually pulled this off, you might feel tricked. Then again, isn't Lego all about using your imagination?
The revival of Lego has been hailed as the greatest turnaround in corporate history, ousting Ferrari as the world’s most powerful brand.
And then he sets the whole goddamn thing on fire using starter fluid.
Any toy that will melt in your hand if kept there too long doesn't seem all that practical, but it's cool nonetheless.
Throw your fidget spinner out the window and get yourself a Kwist or two (or maybe three or four.)
Before you consider doing anything else, you've gotta get a good, deep whiff of the board game.
The Sphaera Puzzle is a good example of a dexterity puzzle! It's quite a bit harder than it looks! With beautiful inlaid wood, it's a really nice looking puz...
Etsy artist "A Pyro Design" 3D printed this simple spinner himself, using only three frames of Mario running to create this eye-catching effect.
They're everywhere, people love them, and it can be hard at times to understand why. We mean dogs, of course; that's why they're the perfect candidates to judge the fidget spinner craze.
Part of the appeal of fidget spinners is that they sort of stabilize on the tip of your finger, right? Well, why not utilize that property to make them into straight-flying slingshot ammo?
The latest cultural trend is a perfect fossil of human life in the immediate present.
Tim from Grand Illusions will never fail to brighten your day, even if all he had available to amuse you with were a couple of coins and ordinary doo-dads.
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