Whether youâ€™re a DIY woodshop hobbyist, tech-savvy tinkerer or a high-end design enthusiast, create a list of your top 5 gift ideas between now and December 7th and you'll be in the running for some amazing prizes.
Shockingly, this "How to make a Redneck Rollercoaster" video isn't American, it's Canadian. (Well, they do have better healthcare up there.)
Above is the lonnnnng tutorial on how to actually build it; below is the short video that shows the actual device in action. If you're pressed for time, skip the first clip but be sure to check out the second. Ride this "crazy and fun death machine" and you'll "die smiling," says the narrator.
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This has to be the coolest movie promo we've ever seen: to plug their movie The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep, Sony has rigged up a water-spray-and-lasers projection in Tokyo Bay that provides an eerily-realistic Loch-Ness-type monster. Check the video.
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You may expect David Pogue to be a speaker as opposed to a musical performer at TED, but hey, it's not the first time he's belted out some original jams. Listen as he jingles about music and media on the internets.
What do you get when you mix motion capture, street art, and Geordi LaForge-lookin' 3D glasses? That would be "Tagged in Motion", a virtual graffiti experiment that won't get anyone arrested for vandalism. Watch as graffiti artist DAIM tries it out.
Troika's stunning Cloud installation at British Airways in Heathrow's Terminal 5 has quickly amassed a good deal of attention. Check out some of the first digital animations here:
Take a peek behind the scenes here: