Because nobody will suspect the person pushing a baby stroller to be getting ripped on cold ones hidden inside, Matt Thompson went and modded a baby stroller into the Beer-Me-Baby Stroller, complete with a doll on top to make the whole thing look convincing (plus the baby’s head doubles as
This is a satisfying video of a man constructing a perfect cube out of sticks of staples. That’s fun. So, if you’re wondering why I just raided the office supply closet, it wasn’t just to grab enough toilet paper to TP somebody’s house tonight, but my neighbors have had it
This is a video of Action Lab’s James Orgill dropping a steel ball and ping-pong ball on one of the world’s bounciest surfaces to see how long they’ll bounce for. James says the surface has a coefficient of restitution (the ratio of the final to initial relative velocity between two
This is a video of crafter of things, writer, rider (motorcycle and bike), part-time teacher, and animal lover Becky Stern (links to her website with free downloadable patterns) demonstrating how to make some illuminated zodiac embroideries that light up thanks to LEDs and conductive thread in the back. Pretty cool!
There’s nothing quite like staring into a fire, you know? Especially when that fire is a burning goblin camp. This is the D20 fire pit available from Bellingham, Washington based Etsy shop FoxFabricationLLC. The 90-pound, 1/4 steel pit is available completely assembled ($400 +$300 shipping with any shipping cost under
This is a video of very capable builder of things and Youtuber DIY Perks constructing a computer inside a table for an ultra-clean look. He kinda reminds me of Theon Greyjoy. Some timestamps to help you navigate the almost 30-minute long video while I build a PC in the bottom
This is a video of Youtuber Elde Art demonstrating how to make an endless folding picture cube, using one of his own Dragonball Z cubes as an example. I won’t lie, the tutorial looks more complicated than my current skill set is capable of tackling. *shrug* I’m a simple man.
This is a video of Youtuber Randomonium discussing, building, and demonstrating his homemade invisibility/distortion shield constructed using sheets of lenticular lens. For those of you unfamiliar with how lenticular lenses work, he provides an explanation and diagram at around 2:30. Randomium estimates the cost of building your own shield to