Vine has made video limited to 6 seconds now, and its kind of hard to film an ad in 6 seconds, right?
The Kids Table Comedy poked fun of Vine's limitations by showing what would happen if Vine wanted to make a commercial about Vine using Vine. 6 seconds not enough? [The Kids Table Comedy via Laughing Squid]
Yes, Glass can be useful. But like every gadget misuse, you can cause some problems of your own. If you thought taking a picture of someone you don't know with your phone was rude, then Glass has bigger problems than that.
This internal Microsoft video spoofs Google's Chrome, and it warns consumers that the browser will track them across multiple devices. The ad is actually a parody of Google's Chrome: Now Everywhere ad (the last video below), and it parodies it down to the background mumsic.
You can pretty much learn to do anything online these days. A few days ago, I learned how to play Adele's Someone Like You on piano, all by looking at a YouTube video. But what if you need to learn something fast? 6 second fast?
Is your excuse for not working out "I've got no time"? Our sedentary lives involve us being parked at our desks all day, sitting down more than we should. But here's a solution. what if your desk could double up as a gym?
30 seconds might be a short time, but in that time, your body is doing a lot of things. Check out this video on what your body is doing in the next 30 seconds. It's trivia like this which makes boring dinner conversations fun. Example: you'll take 8 short breaths in that time. [BuzzFeed Video]
The process of water turning into ice takes a lot of time, but this guy manages to turn liquid water into frozen ice instantly!
The trick is actually getting the water to just about freezing in the freezer. The guy behind the video - Grant Thompson put an unopened bottle of water in the freezer for an hour and a half to two hours to get the perfect temperature.
John Mcginnis has invented a personal airplane called Synergy. It is an inexpensive, quiet and fuel efficient plane compared to a traditional commercial aircraft.
The wings on the Synergy are bend upward and into a rectangular shape to create minimal drag. The top half of each wing comes behind the body and will provide in-flight stability which makes gliding easier.
Wicked Lasers have built some of the most powerful handheld lasers that it's probably illegal in some places. Here's how its getting converted into a flashlight.
The Phosphorce is an adapter that turns the Arctic's focused blue laser into a diffused white 500 lumen beam so it can be used as a relatively safe flashlight. Still, you're not going to want to shine this into someone's eyes.
CPR is a simple procedure that could mean the difference of life or death for someone. It needs to be performed properly and the procedure can be fruitless if the chest compressions are too shallow, or too heavy.
Phonesuit has a solution for iPhone 5 users that need that extra boost of power. If you don't want to cramp your iPhone's case style with another battery pack, the company suggests its external battery - which best of all, will fit right in your pocket.
Nike's latest interaction promotions will allow you to use your entire body to create what might be considered as living art.
The art installation, created by U.K. based interactive design firm Universal Everything, the Nike Flyknit "Fit" installation was recently debuted at Milan Design Week. The four sided video cube lets visitors watch their movements as they get mirrored through a life sized multicolored lighting patterns.
Joerg Sprave is back and this time with an M16 gun hacked to a crossbow. It is terrifying. The kit supplied by PSE, a crossbow maker makes it possible to repurpose an M16A1 so that it fires hard arrows.
Nike+ is a household name already for active people. It was the first athletic company to really dive into wearable tech. But it seems some athletes are turning away from Nike, since the app s mainly aimed at runners and is pretty basic.