Excited about the upcoming live-action Cowboy Bebop remake by Netflix, fan Denver Jackson went and made a live-action remake of the title sequence himself. He did a great job. Honestly, I had almost forgotten Netflix was still working on this project. I suppose I have something to look forward to
This is a video of Bob of I Like To Make Stuff (me too, but mostly just messes) constructing a giant Star Wars inspired entertainment center (television) and server rack (to hold audio, video, and computer equipment) for his office. The result is…well, let’s just say that’s going to look
This is a video of thereminist Carolina Eyck performing a very spirited rendition of Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s ‘Flight Of The Bumblebee’ on her instrument. The electronic sound of the theremin actually works surprisingly well with the piece, and I closed my eyes and could almost see the bumblebee flying. Then opened
This is a short video tour of the Star Trek themed man cave theater that Phil Stiller constructed in his basement. I especially like the hidden door, followed by the futuristic pocket door. The interior includes some Star Trek and space memorabilia, a small bar, theater seating for four, and,
This is a video from the Moscow Metro of a man casually demonstrating his contact juggling skills. His one-ball routine is impressive enough, but the three and four ball skills starting around 1:30 are where the real magic happens. How are some people so smooth with their fingers and hands?
This is a video of Steve Molans of Skeptik Innovations and Infinity Illuminations showing off his 1991 Nissan Skyline GTS-4’s custom infinity mirror tail lights (with color changing and movement light effects) and NES controller wireless key fob. Pretty sweet. For reference, I covered my broken tail light with red
This is a tribute to Calvin And Hobbes in the form of a short Spaceman Spiff animation created by fan Joseph Conover. It’s pretty cute and, like any good dessert, left me wanting more. Speaking of — last night for dessert I had a chocolate chip cookie sandwich with white
This is a video of Youtuber and meteorite ring maker David Windestal crafting a beautiful ring from a 4,566,300,000 year old (20,000,000 years older than earth) iron Muonionalusta meteorite with a very distinct Widmanstätten pattern. If you’re interested in a similar ring, David actually has some pre-made ones available starting