At HootSuite we're big fans of HBO's Game of Thrones and with the 4th season of GoT finally here we wanted to do our own rendition of the iconic opening titles. With the show's noble houses and landmarks replaced by these tech entities: Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Google, Google+, YouTube, Twitter, Snapchat and LinkedIn.
DudeFoods made a towering sandwich with 26 different toppings, each one starting with a different letter of the alphabe. Here’s a rundown: Avocado Bacon Cheese Doritos Egg Fish sticks Garlic bread Ham Italian sausage patty Jalapeño peppers Krispy Kreme doughnut Lettuce Macaroni and cheese Noodles Onion rings Pepperoni Queso blanco dip Ramen noodles Spinach Turkey burger Usingers bratwurst Veal Parmesan Waffle Xylocarp (coconut) Yams Zucchini
Festo's Kangaroo robot. With the BionicKangaroo, Festo has technologically reproduced the unique way a kangaroo moves. Like its natural model, it can recover the energy when jumping, store it and efficiently use it for the next jump.
These unofficial Game Of Thrones Lego Minifigs($220) from myshopify, Cool? "Four different sets of three minifigs packaged in full color blister cards. Every sets comes with crazy detailing: uniquely pad printed body parts, weapons, and custom cloth elements."
Take a look at all the bloodshed, mayhem, murder and deadly deception from the last three seasons courtesy of this supercut from Digg that shows all 5,179 on-screen deaths from Game of Thrones in under three minutes. : ( NSFW
This Batman as a Disney Princess cosplay by Sunday Cosplay was inspired an awesome drawing that’s been doing the rounds on the internet over the last couple of years. Cosplayer Elpeluka Sabe, jump more see more images.
Casio has announced the new PRO TREK series, the PRW6000Y, th watch features a full auto LED light with afterglow, Tough Solar Power, a downsized direction sensor and pressure sensor for compass and altimeter/barometer readings, multi-band atomic timekeeping, atmospheric trend alarm, and a carbon fiber insert band.
The UpSee is an upright standing mobility product to help special needs children learn the motion of walking with the help of an adult. Created by a Firefly, a Northern Ireland company. It's made up of three parts, a harness for the child, which attaches to a belt worn by an adult, nd specially-engineered sandals that allow the parent and child to step simultaneously, leaving their hands free for play and other tasks.