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“Could I have some artwork with that cappuccino?” Not exactly something you hear at Starbucks a lot, but if this coffee-printer technology goes mainstream, who knows? Wait, a coffee printer? Yep, Oleskiy Pikalo woke up one day with a hankerin’ for some fancy designs on his latte, so he bought a used Philips 8155 x-y flatbed plotter and modified it to shoot out edible ink. The result is a machine that can draw surprisingly detailed art on your cup of joe — and put creative baristas everywhere to shame.
Somebody, give them a napkin please!
…we suggest you watch this video.
We are pretty sure these are not normal people. We have no clue what they are saying, but the competition is funnier than hell.
Alone in his workshop at home, Greg Dunham crafted the world’s largest motorcycle.
What a fun place to work at! The Google office at Zurich.
Hangboarding is like nothing you have ever done before. With every activity the rider, the player, the driver, whatever they are, they have to learn the sport in their mind and in their body. Mentally, hangboarding is much like skiing or snowboarding. You have to know your lines and know your mountain. For the body though, hangboarding is unique.
AirshipOne is a futuristic airship designed by Gosha Galitsky, a passionate industrial design graduate. It is a solar powered cross between a semi-rigid airship and an airplane and can comfortably accommodate 25 passengers in its double-deck passenger compartment. The airship’s aluminum-grade skeleton is a semi-rigid structure and has carbon fiber paneling and high-strength fabric to camouflage the skeleton.
I laughed out loud at this one. Two employees prank their extra large boss and catch it on video.
A few seconds after the train passes by. After it passes through, check out how quickly everyone sets up for business.
This movie shows the extreme nutational movements of morning glory vines. Climbing vines need to find a suitable support on which to grow.