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Tattooing in close-up, slow motion

By Ben on Wed Sep 24 2014 |
Gear | Video
Smarter Every Day shot close-up, slow motion video of someone being tattooed; inking starts at 3:04.
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Gif: Will feel Tips

By Ben on Wed Sep 24 2014 |
Gif Will feel Tips
Gear | Pic
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Sumo Suits

By Ben on Wed Sep 24 2014 |
Sumo Suits
Gear | Sport
Wear these Sumo Suits, and going to battle, looks funny! These outrageously fun suits envelop your frail body with hefty padding and a sumo styled hairpiece helmet that let you charge your opponent head on without risk of injury.
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8-bit game version of The Matrix

By Ben on Wed Sep 24 2014 |
Gear | Video
This 8-bit game version of The Matrix is cool.
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This Is a Beard Beard

By Ben on Wed Sep 24 2014 |
BeardBeard
Gear | Pic
BeardBeard by artist James Myrick.
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John Malkovich by Sandro Miller

By Ben on Wed Sep 24 2014 |
John Malkovich by Sandro Miller
Gear | Pic
A series by artist Sandro Miller in which the subjects of iconic photos are replaced by actor John Malkovich. More images after more!
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Bicycle Cup Holder

By Ben on Wed Sep 24 2014 |
Bicycle Cup Holder
Gear | Bike
This cool Cup Holder($50) for iced coffee, water bottles, sunglasses, and anything else you need within easy reach while riding.  Made of black silicone rubber.
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Brazilian Man Spots Giant Anaconda, Grabs It By the Tail

By Ben on Wed Sep 24 2014 |
Gear | Video
This group of Brazilians in a small boat spot a massive anaconda, the woman on the boat proceeds to loudly voice her discomfort with the situation, a man on board pursues the yellow anaconda and grabs it by the tail.
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Vader cuff-links

By Ben on Wed Sep 24 2014 |
Vader cufflinks
Style | Accessories
These handmade Darth Vader cufflinks, $22.49 from Cuff Relations, are a pretty good power meeting accessory (cue "Don't fail me again, Admiral"). Haha. Cool.
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The Octopus Inspired Robot

By Ben on Wed Sep 24 2014 |
Gear | Tech
Adding a soft silicone web to a small robotic octopus helps the machine hit the gas. The first robot shown propels itself by snapping shut rigid plastic legs. The second bot uses flexible silicone legs and moves at about the same speed. The third robot zips along faster, using silicone arms and a web that helps it push through water.
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