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IT'S RETRO TECH TIME!!! Mark Rober has discovered that science is what will help you win your next Pinewood Derby race. Rober built a derby car in just 45 minutes and was able to use science to dictate certain elements of the car itself. It turned out that he won his race against another car that had been worked on much longer than his vehicle.
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Wow! He really does look like a cute chick, we'll give him that. Watch YouTubableHD get some pretty wild reactions from unsuspecting dudes who happened to log on to Omegle to chat with a random stranger. Let's just say they were all in for a surprise. Each and every reaction should make you LOL.
It's official. We live in a digital world. Shutterstock explains how watching videos online is increasing at an outstanding rate. They created this "Show Me Something" video as a visual exploration of just how much online video-viewing has grown in the past few years. In January 2014 alone, 190 million Americans watched 75.6 billion videos online. Check out the video for more stats that will blow your mind. One thing's for sure. Television sets are increasingly playing second fiddle.
IT'S TECH TIME!!!! Our first item is a new app for the iPhone called Entrain, and it is the perfect program for traveling. The app helps you dictate your jet lag by giving you advice on sunlight exposure. Our second item is a Kickstarter for Kolibree, which is a smartphone-connected toothbrush. The toothbrush teaches us how to brush properly, and you can send the data to your dentist for your next checkup.
IT'S TECH TIME!!! What is an emotional cyborg? Zach explains that a new invention works as a pair of electronic eyes that allow for emotional labor. This technology essentially portrays positive emotions so that you don't need to look alert when interacting with others. We have a feeling that some passive aggressive wives and laid back husbands are both clamoring for this item.
TheFineBros had some more "Kids React" to old technology. We previously saw these 2000-ers confronted with an old rotary phone, and now they're learning what listening to music was like before iPods and smartphones. Apparently portable cassette players (aka "Walkmans") are sooo last millennium. To those of us who rocked them back in the day however, they were revolutionary.
Do you know what happens when you put a red hot nickel ball on a huge block of butter? Yeah... We didn't either until now! It makes a pretty interesting sound.
It's an extinguisher that explodes after three seconds in a fire, putting out the flames for good. It can be installed in places that are likely to burn or thrown directly in a blaze. Fire safety just got a little more explosive!
It's an app for the future. Imagine having the ability to call drones to do things for you. Get pictures taken, explore, receive weather updates and live feeds all with a few swipes on your smart phone. You can do all that and more with Gofor. Well, not yet since this "drones on demand" app is just a concept at the moment. At RTM we had the chance to Skype with the creator, Alex Cornell, who also gave us the inside scoop on another app we featured.
IT'S TECH TIME!! This one's all about a new way to snap photos. It's called COVR Photo. It's an iPhone case that allows you to take pictures without having to point your camera at your subject. Stealth mode engaged!
New fishing boat technology will allow boaters to cruise close to the coastline. The Tiburon NX-22 allows itself to create a water channel to ride in shallow waters. The boat essentially works on ankle-deep water, which seems pretty impossible for most who love boating. This is a video of the new boat's demonstration.
The Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest is a refuge for monkeys that have been used for medical research in Cle Elum, Washington. Jamie is one of its residents and she recently discovered a GoPro camera on the grounds. Soon after Jamie found the technology, other chimps got in on the act. This monkey business shows us the intelligence of the species.