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  • Japanese army troops have built a giant “Star Wars” snow sculpture

    By Ben on Sat Feb 7 2015 |
    Japanese army troops have built a giant  Star Wars  snow

    Japanese army troops have built a giant  Star Wars  snow
    Gear | Pic
    The design features the villainous Darth Vader wielding an icy lightsaber, flanked by a posse of three Stormtroopers. Following the festival’s tradition, Japanese army troops built Snow Star Wars, as it’s called.
    "The Japanese military has been participating in the Sapporo Snow Festival since 1955, and considers the process of building sculptures up to 15 meters (50 feet) tall a training exercise. The weeklong festival, which runs until Feb. 11, is one of Japan’s largest winter events, expected to draw more than 2 million visitors this year."
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    How Does it Grow? Mushrooms

    By Ben on Sat Feb 7 2015 |
    Gear | Video
    How are mushrooms grow.
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    A collection of Ways to Tie a Necktie

    By Ben on Fri Feb 6 2015 |
    A collection of Ways to Tie a Necktie

    A collection of Ways to Tie a Necktie

    A collection of Ways to Tie a Necktie

    A collection of Ways to Tie a Necktie
    Gear | Pic
    A collection of Ways to Tie a Necktie
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    A View From The Other Side - NASA

    By Ben on Fri Feb 6 2015 |
    Gear | Tech
    What the other side of the Moon looks like, the side that can't be seen from the Earth. This video answers that question.
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    Underdrone, upside down Trippy drone video wrecks brains

    By Ben on Fri Feb 6 2015 |
    Gear | Video
    Underdrone is an aerial visual experience, disturbing for our brain by flipping the world upside down.
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    Gif: Some weeds and a moonrise.

    By Ben on Fri Feb 6 2015 |
    Gif Some weeds and a moonrise
    Gear | Pic
    Some weeds and a moonrise.
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    likecoolcase's new Carbon Fiber Case for iPhone, more thin

    By Ben on Fri Feb 6 2015 |
    likecoolcase s new Carbon Fiber Case for iPhone more
    Gear | Apple
    Likecoolcase's new Carbon Fiber Case for iPhone 6 is more thin, only 0.4mm(0.039"). Made of 100% hand-laid Carbon Fiber.
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    Making a Pac-Man clock

    By Ben on Fri Feb 6 2015 |
    Making a PacMan clock
    Gear | DIY


    Making Stuff  built this clock showing Pac-Man chasing his undead enemies. This time-lapse video shows the construction process from start to finish. It's run with an Arduino-compatible controller and a servo mounted in a 3D printed bracket. He is clearly a skilled wood worker as evidenced in the build video above.
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    Poltergeist Horror Movie Trailer

    By Ben on Fri Feb 6 2015 |
    Gear | Film
    Legendary filmmaker Sam Raimi (“Spiderman,” “Evil Dead”, “The Grudge”) and director Gil Kenan (“Monster House”) contemporize the classic tale about a family whose suburban home is haunted by evil forces. When the terrifying apparitions escalate their attacks and hold the youngest daughter captive, the family must come together to rescue her before she disappears forever.
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    DIY Millennium Falcon drone

    By Ben on Fri Feb 6 2015 |
    DIY Millennium Falcon drone
    Gear | DIY


    This special drone you see above is the creation of a redittor by the name Olivier-FR. He combined a quadcopter with an aluminum and carbon frame to create a badass flying machine. He detailed his build step by step so that any enterprising Star Wars fan can attempt to build his own.
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    30 More Life Hacks Debunked (Part Three)

    By Ben on Fri Feb 6 2015 |
    Gear | Video
    This week, John tests a third round of 30 "life hacks" to see if they work as promised.
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    Weird: Hexacopters Flying Around Headless Mannequins To Advertise Clothing Store

    By Ben on Thu Feb 5 2015 |
    Gear | AD
    This is a video from Brazilian shirt store Camisaria Colombo in which they fitted a bunch of headless 2-D mannequins with their clothes, then attached them to hexacopters and flew them in front of the windows of Pao Paulo office buildings for "the executives that stay at the office all day long." An interesting advertising technique.
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