At last year's SEMA show, Hot Wheels unveiled a gorgeous, full scale Camaro. Grownups everywhere became instantly giddy and nostalgic for their toy car collections. But in 2013 this special Camaro — that was expected to remain a concept — will actually begin production.
No, this isn't a time lapse image of one person scaling the "Ago del Torrone" in the Italian Alps. It's 28 separate climbers and it took them 5 hours to get into position for this photograph. View the gallery for some close-up shots of these intrepid folks getting ready.
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen is a collector of all things geek and he has a wonderful habit of setting up museums to share items from his personal stash. He already has two museums in the Seattle area (the Flying Heritage Collection and EPM Museum), and last month he opened a third space to showcase his collection of computers.
31-year-old Zac Vawter lost his leg in a motorcycle accident back in 2009 and wasn't quite satisfied with the responsiveness of his prosthetic (he refers to it as his "dumb" leg). So Vawter, a software engineer from Washington state, signed up to be a research subject for a promising new leg that is controlled by thought.
When you think about kicking back after a long day at work, you probably imagine a favorite armchair or sofa that's a little worn and super comfy. Well, French designer Matali Crasset must not be much for lounging around at home because he's created a collection of furniture made from concrete.
From bagel bites to tapas, people everywhere enjoy eating miniaturized food. Just look at the picture above of a mini chicken pot pie, lasagna, grilled cheese, mac and cheese and my personal favorite, Thanksgiving leftovers. Look at how cute they are — I really want one…or 15 (and if you say you don't, I simply won't believe you).
Ladies, if you're looking to add some zing to an otherwise bland wardrobe, you would be remiss not to consider something with a Star Wars theme.
We can't exactly explain in words why we're so Lego obsessed, but this amazing piece of work may just do it with one image.
Chris Whited is a big fan of all things Hobbit.
Emoticon turned 30 last week and love 'em or hate 'em, a well-meaning friend probably sends you a :-) or a :-( from time to time. Last week, an expert explained some of the more challenging faces, but what about all of those strange one-offs that stray far from the typical smiley/frowny faces we all know?