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Virtual Barbershop
categories: Geeky

As a world renowned rocket surgeon, I don’t get much downtime, so I really relish the hour a week I spend at the salon getting my locks moisturized. Now with this holophonic recording of a barbershop, I can recreate that relaxing sensation in my rocket laboratory. Make sure you listen to this with headphones, and close your eyes and picture yourself in a barbershop for extra effect!

Tactile Tabletop Synthesizer

reactable is a collaborative musical instrument operated by moving and rotating physical objects on its surface, a.k.a. the most wickedest coffee table ever.

Grim Rea-purr
categories: Crazy, Geeky

Oscar the cat, named after the delicious weiner, lives at the dementia unit at the Steere House Nursing And Rehabilitation Centre in Rhode Island, and he seems to have the uncanny ability to predict the death of the residents to within four hours. When someone is going to die, Oscar snuggles up on their bed with them. Obviously there is a logical explanation for this – Oscar is killing the patients.

Japanese owls have no respect for being fat.
categories: Cute, Geeky, Videos



Apple’s little problem with ripping off artists
categories: Art, Geeky

Apple’s advertising campaigns are consistently creative, so what’s their secret? Well sometimes they borrow artists’ work and forget to get permission. My civics teacher, Ms. Whitehead, used to yell at me about that sort of thing all the time. Well who’s yelling now Ms. Whitehead? ASHAJFHDSHFSD!

Someday Alice, POW, right in the kisser!
categories: Geeky, Videos

Some of you were unhappy that yesterday’s water balloon didn’t explode, so here’s another slow motion video. Interestingly enough, this footage is nearly identical to the high-speed film of me punching a bowling ball. I’m serious, it liquefied.

Soakings From Above
categories: Geeky, Videos

Everyone loves water balloons. Well, everyone except fat, slow kids, but that’s just natual selection at work baby! If you don’t like it, stop pounding back the Oscar Meyers man! Anyway, here’s what liquid evolution looks like when filmed with a high-speed camera.

Who Called Us
categories: Geeky

Dateline: Your bedroom. With your telephone back in service, your peaceful slumber was shattered by its noisy neighbor: the telemarketer! The call display said “Name Unavailable”. Who was calling? Who Called Us had the answer.

The Really Big Guide to Secret Menu Items
categories: Geeky

The next time you walk into a Jamba Juice, I want you to stride right up to that counter, stare the puny juice maker in the eye, slam your hand down on the table and demand a Fruity Pebbles smoothie! Then as an encore, go to In-N-Out Burger and get some fries, animal style!

Insurance Institute Crash Test Videos

Consumer Reports has made videos of crash tests performed by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety available on its web site, so now you can check out how your car will perform in an accident. It’s like looking in to a crystal ball and seeing the grisly way in which you’ll be horribly injured. My head’s going to go through a window!

categories: Geeky, Videos

So you want to digitize an object but can’t afford a 3D scanner? Well thanks to Milkscanner, all you need is a webcam, Lego (for some reason) and milk! Cerealnotincluded.

categories: Geeky

Using photos of oft-snapped subjects scraped from around the Web, Photosynth creates breathtaking multidimensional spaces with zoom and navigation features that outstrip all expectation. Check out the video, and if you’re interested, more information and a downloadable demo are available here.

categories: Geeky

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Cordyceps Fungus

The Cordyceps fungus treats its insect hosts not unlike the Xenomorphs treat their hosts in the Alien films. Cordyceps however, at least has the decency to kill its host before bursting forth from its body.