This is a video from the front left wheel well of Team Ponydrift Racing Gear’s 815 HP Nissan Silvia S14 as it slides around a racetrack at high speed. Just how far the wheel can turn in both directions — that’s wild. For reference, my car’s steering sucks so bad
This is a small five gallon fish tank set up for ember tetras by aquarist Carly Thompson that features an abandoned AT-AT toy at the bottom that given to her by her brother for Christmas. Some more details while I remember seeing a poison dart frog vivarium recently that had
Because Mother Nature’s freaky-deakiness knows no bounds, this is a short clip of a scorpion with a backful of newborns glowing under blacklight. Why do scorpions glow under blacklight? Scientists still aren’t sure — some speculate it helps them find each other or attract prey. Others believe that they glow
This is an anamorphic portrait of Nikola Tesla created by Czech artist Patrik Proško using “washing machines, televisions, computers, radios, printers, microwaves, videos, speakers, lamps, and various electro appliances” to honor Tesla’s invention of the alternating current motor. The sculpture measures approximately 3.5m x 2.5m x 2.5m (~11.5′ x 8′
Because all my money was clearly meant to be spent frivolously instead of saved, these are a bunch of shots of Reebok’s new line of Jurassic Park sneakers, four of which are inspired by the characters from the first book/movie. Available beginning July 30th at the Reebok website, prices range
This is a video from the 2019 (feels like forever ago, doesn’t it?) Monster Jam World Finals in Orlando, Florida of the Scooby Doo monster truck’s winning crowd-judged freestyle run by driver Linsey Reed. And while Scooby might not have helped the gang solve any mysteries, he did do some
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.
This is a rather erotic timelapse of king oyster mushrooms growing as captured by Youtuber Another Perspective (previously, including a shitake mushroom timelapse), whose automated system took a photo every four seconds for ten days. You know, it’s well documented mushrooms actually came to earth from outerspace, provided what I