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We have seen quite a few beer pong tables in our life, and decided to compile a list of the 33 best beer pong tables that we have ever seen. These tables were judged on overall creativity, the time it would take to make, and of course the final look of the beer pong table. With that being said, we bring you: The 33 Coolest Beer Pong Tables Ever Made!
Two Finger Camera! Doing it the Apple way, Air Camera strips away all the unnecessary aspects to a digital camera design. It leaves us with a Bluetooth enabled camera lens and a motion-sensor shutter button mounted on two rubber bands. Precious moments are captured with a simple click gesture and the images get transferred to your synced smartphone immediately. This is how it works: if you want to click pictures, wear the camera band on your thumb and the shutter button on your forefinger and gesture to click a pic. To take videos, simply curve your fingers to mimic a video camera grip and shoot.
Talk about bringing camping into the 21st century . This luxurious take on the camper gives you the freedom to go, or stay, wherever you wish, while enjoying the outdoors in style. The Opera is a mobile holiday package combining tent accommodation, optimum travelling pleasure, convenience and comfort, and of course a modern look. This spectacular travel companion will open a world in which you can enjoy the luxuries of a comfortable boutique hotel against the backdrop of your favorite natural settings. The camper comes equipped with a kitchen, bathroom, two beds, a deck and plenty of storage to bring all that you need to have a memorable date with nature.
Jan 20th 2011 By: Andy Khouri We're used to seeing things like Daniel Kanemoto's homemade title sequence and Tyler Stout & Mike Saputo's posters and dozens of other fan-made materials eclipsing the quality of the real things, but rarely do we come across an amateur production that so brutally puts a professional product to shame as . Directed by and budgeted at , the 13-minute short film is far and away the original live-action superhero thing we've ever seen.
This drink isn’t a figment of your imagination. I know, that was my initial thought too and I was all “Man, maybe I need to lay off the absinthe!” The glowing, outer-space inspired jungle juice was created by The Campus Companion Party Lab. All you need is gin OR vodka (choose gin if you really, really hate yourself), tonic water, Roses Mojito Passion OR Pink-Lemonade Concentrate, ice, and a black light. Man that doesn’t sound too crazy! But knowing me, I would totally f*** it up.
I think some of the stuff is lovely - like the solar system coming out of the TV, but most of it just creeps me out. I don't want everything to be on glass, it just makes everything less tangible and less personal, almost cold. I like having curtains up to my windows, I like cooking on a gas hob, I like reading from a real book, and I like shopping for clothes by looking around the shop and browsing, not by watching them all move about on a screen. Moreover, where will it go from here - there are advances in technology which are, in my opinion, unnecessary, almost making life too easy and teaching us to be lazy. Next thing you know it will be okay not to turn up to work in a morning because you can just video in; if you're ill then fair enough, but really, just because you can't be bothered?
Deadmau5′s man behind the mask Joel Zimmerman posted this picture of the inside of his latest, non-cheese-inspired mask. Take note of a few things: first, there are hundreds, maybe thousands, of little LED lights. Second, he had to label the left and right side, which is weird, because the mask has eyeholes and is open in the back, so… isn’t there only one way to put it on? Oh, and definitely check out the watermark. You’re a joker, deadmau5.
Once upon a time, Japanese-born fiber artist Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam was exhibiting a large crochet sculpture in a gallery in Japan, when children started playing on the piece. Three years later, MacAdam completed her first large-scale crochet for kids. The lovely, loopy play structures have been a hit ever since. The whimsical net structures offer children an explosion of color, texture and the bounciness of net — no cold metal or lifeless plastic here.
We spend a lot of time looking at shelters here on FastCompany.com --from pop-up shelters for earthquake relief to the Open Architecture Network's challenge to build shelters with a social component, there is no shortage of designers trying to solve the ever-present problem of homelessness. But this mobile homeless shelter designed by Paul Elkins and featured on designboom is--dare we say it--kind of comfortable-looking. Sure, the 225-pound shelter is tiny and has no room to stand, but that's not the point. It provides everything you need, including a kichen, rest/sleeping area, and makeshift washroom, and it can be easily carted around from street to street. The roof also acts as a raincatcher, and a tank collects water for later use.
Future Touch Tech This concept computer-of-the-future by designer Jakub Záhoř allows the user to operate the device anywhere they can find a glass surface. The user simply attaches the central unit to any glass surface like a window or coffee table, switches on the power, and watches their system light up before their eyes. The display appears as an interactive hologram on the glass that the user merely has to touch to operate.
Why didn’t I think of that? You’ll be uttering those words more than once at these ingenious little tips, tricks and ideas that solve everyday problems... some you never knew you had! Hull strawberries easily using a straw. Rubbing a walnut over scratches in your furniture will disguise dings and scrapes. Remove crayon masterpieces from your TV or computer screen with WD40.
Trilobis 65 has been designed on four separate levels connected by a spiraling staircase. The top level is 3.5 metres above sea level. The next level is at 1.4 metres above sea level and hosts the daylight zone with all services and allowing outdoor access.
April 13th, 2012 Above is the $6,500 BrewCave Walk-In Beer Cooler & Kegerator from KegWorks. It makes my heart melt knowing I can have one of these in my future top secret man cave.
Okay, this is just freaky. We know LED lights are versatile enough to be used for practically anything, but LED contact lenses? Really?! Yes, as it turns out, really. University of Washington researchers have figured out how to implant semitransparent red and blue LED lights in contact lenses, for the purpose of receiving and displaying data in sharp visual images and video. This means wearers will literally be able to watch TV or view photos that are projected directly onto their eyeballs.
Science comes up with a lot of awesome stuff, and you don’t need a Ph.D, a secret lab, or government funding to get your hands on some of the coolest discoveries. We’ve got a list of 11 mostly affordable gifts that are guaranteed to blow your mind, whether or not you’re a science geek. Also known as frozen smoke, Aerogel is the world’s lowest density solid, clocking in at 96% air. It’s basically just a gel made from silicon, except all the liquid has been taken out and replaced with gas instead. If you hold a small piece in your hand, it’s practically impossible to either see or feel, but if you poke it, it’s like styrofoam.