Brickit is a smartphone app (currently available for iOS, Android coming soon) that can analyze any photo of spread out LEGO pieces (aka a LEGO minefield), identify the different pieces present via machine learning, suggest things you can build with them, and provide the step-by-step instructions to build those things.
In erotic arts news, this is a video of a potter who appears to be crafting a small to medium-small penis (relative to my own) on the potter’s wheel when it goes limp and starts flailing. Thankfully, the potter is able to re-erect the member before collapsing it back down
This is a video of physicist and origami artist Robert J. Lang explaining and teaching origami based on five different levels of difficulty, starting with child, then moving to teen, college student, graduate student, and expert. Are those actually logical skill levels to define? I mean I have a master’s
This is a very impressively designed LEGO Great Ball Contraption (GBC) module built by Youtuber NDL-GBC featuring minifigs shootings the balls like basketballs thanks to their spring legs — real LEGO minifig pieces that were made in the early 2000’s for basketball themed sets. Very clever, and about 90% of
This is an incredible seven day timelapse video of artist and DP Truong creating a 182,336 dot portrait of Princess Shuri from Black Panther. Per DP, “I used click software to count the number of dots. My right hand is drawing and my left hand is clicking at the same
Visual effects designer Clinton Jones challenged 3D artists to create a scene rendering from their imagination, all using the same base animation of a human figure struggling to move forward. 2,400 different artists submitted animations, and the top five and top 100 were selected. The first video below is the
Because live action is the best action, this is a video clip from Twitter user Nathan Cykiert of a friend of his playing Peter Pan in a high school theater production and crashing hard through a window while flying. Now I hate to point fingers at who’s to blame, but
This is a video of Bonsai artist Bucky Barnes designing, pruning, carving and shaping a Japanese Larch bonsai tree over the course of a year. It’s a nice relaxing watch. Funnily, my girlfriend just got a bonsai as a work gift and we’ve only had it since last Friday and