Dewey Eckler’s magnum opus continues with creepy caverns and interstellar gramophones. – Via Dewey70.
Pepper is a trained African grey parrot who knows his way around a robot car. It was specially made by an electrical and computer engineering graduate student from University of Florida. – Via Presurfer.
Dreamers do know how to dream. If they only knew what awaits them in 2012. – Via Morrow Planet.
A robotic caterpillar studded with precious gems made in China circa 1820 has just been sold for US$415,215. Let that sink in for a moment. – Via World Tempus.
And you thought you’re not developing any deficit with your attention span. – Via Irene’s Internet.
That’s one way to sell your product. Courting controversy. – Via haha.
We would probably do this when nobody’s looking. – Via I Have The Whole of The Internet.
25 years? We’ve gone a long way, baby. Click to expand photo. – Via One Plus Infinity.
Here’s a rather odd method of transport. It’s Edvard Petrini’s pedaled roller skates that was introduced to the public at 1910. In Sweden, they called it the “takypod”. And it sure is tacky. Though gym bunnies would probably gravitate to this contraption. – Via Wikipedia.
Somebody needs to retake the class on gun safety. – Via The Criggo.