The best part of waking up is...not having something loud and scary get you out of bed. Still, getting up in the morning is hard for many of us, that's why the Crazy Russian Hacker's got these strange alarm clocks to show off. Most are kind of clever, but none of these make our coffee for us. So what's the point? View Now
Men, if you like a cold beer in your favorite lawn chair look no further because Matt Thompson of Thompson Woodworks has a brilliant design. Based on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, this chair made of cedar is your own personal beer delivery service. With one swift motion, you have an icy cold beer in your hand in no time and you didn't even have to leave the chair! View Now
We all know the chopstick struggle, especially when you're out in public. You best just hope you don't have to eat with them while you're on a first date. Talk about embarrassing! If you're nervous, you might want to try some of these nifty gadgets the Crazy Russian Hacker introduces us too. A spoon and a fork now made chopsticks or how about the lightsaber-esque sticks? Either route you go, you'll be effortlessly eating in style. View Now
Remember when your parents told you to go outside and stop playing video games? Well, the joke's on them because you have awesome creative minds like Abhishek Singh, who made a version of Super Mario Bros that you can play outside thanks to augmented reality! Using the Microsoft Hololens, Abhishek runs through the first level of the classic video game in Central Park. And just like in the original game, the princess is in another castle! View Now
Living without a right hand never slowed 4-year-old Carter Campos down. In fact, the adventurous preschooler passed all his baby and toddler milestones with flying colors! Just last year, however, everything changed when he casually asked dad Michael Campos to build him a new hand. View Now
This summer National Geographic released "Genius," an exciting scripted series about the life of famed theoretical physicist Albert Einstein. Now, the Nat Geo team are seeding the spirit of Einstein with "Chasing Genius," an intriguing new initiative that tackles environmental sustainability, global health and world hunger with crowdfunded ideas from "geniuses" like you.View Now
Over 100 years ago, manned flight was just a dream. Nowadays not only can we travel the world by plane, but inventors can show you how they created flying crafts in their own garage. This video from amazingdiyprojects shows the progress of their latest invention, a multirotor hovercraft. If this doesn't inspire you to go out and invent something new, nothing will! View Now
We'd actually look forward to counting pennies if we had a couple of these creative piggy banks. Taras Kul (AKA the Crazy Russian Hacker) tests it out and is immediately hooked. If you keep staring at the spiraling coins, they're almost hypnotizing!
Team BlackSheep doesn't need a giant arena to race their Tiny Whoop drones—any plain hotel room will do! These miniature drones come with screens built into the controllers too, so it's almost like you're playing a real-life video game as your zoom and weave through the bright LED "checkpoints;"
To celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation and Martin Luther's iconic 95 Theses, "Reformation 2017" planners in Wittenberg took the unusual step of building a talking robot to bless attendees! The so-called "BlessU-2" was designed as more of a conversation-starter about AI ethics and theology than a serious religious aid, but it's definitely living up to its hype as people of all religious persuasions crowd in to check out the blessing bot. View Now
Buddies Marshall McQuillen and Kyle Panis know a high-tech drone will take their kayak highlight reel to the next level, but the shoot goes so well that Kyle gets a little too confident behind the remote. Suddenly, their expensive drone is upside-down in the rapids and it's up to Marshall to swoop in for the daring rescue!
Save yourself the embarressment of accidentally sharing a phony video and leave it to the "real or fake?" pros! But don't worry, the RightThisMinute gang and Mac Dreidel have your back as we explore this week's eBaum's World lineup of "off-the-grid power," scissor-swallowing and even a home potato dispenser!
3D printers have found homes in many a design studio but did you know two Monash University chefs are hoping to bring 3D food printers into the kitchens of the future? ByFlow 3D’s Frits Hoff and Meat and Livestock Australia chef Sam Burke already have working prototypes ready and recently dished out samples of the artsy reconstituted meat to curious diners and 9News reporters. View Now
Over millennia of human tattooing, not much has changed about the art's basic premises. That is, until Soundwave Tattoos discovered that tattoos are for hearing, too! Armed with a handy companion app, you can create any audio message up to a minute long that's forever associated with your particular soundwave tattoo. View Now
Not only are foam and electronic earplugs ugly, they're ineffective and inconvenient. Unfortunately, you still probably use them if you're trying to avoid irreversible hearing damage. Thanks to the Knops Kickstarter campaign, you now have a third option! View Now
To fix the world's affordable transportation crisis, we humbly submit ThisDustIn's ingenious "chainsaw trike." As its name implies, this miracle machine is an old-school tricycle and a chainsaw motor Frankensteined together. Most shockingly of all, it actually works!View Now
Armed with the latest "smart lightbulb" tech, Patty Mayo trolls the sweet elderly couple next door in this hilarious EduBirdie.com-sponsored video. A few hours later in the safety of his own house, Patrick starts tinkering with the lights and turns their living room into a dance club! Needless to say, Uncle Mike isn't too thrilled and runs out of patience when the power company doesn't fix his "haunted" house. View Now
Restoring a classic 1957 Chevy pickup is a gearhead's dream, and Bogi Lateiner of Bogi's Garage is making this dream come true with the Chevy Montage build. The project stands out from every other, however, because "All Girls Garage" star Bogi resolved from the start to make the frame-up resto-mod an all-woman build. View Now
This jaw-dropping "LED Motion" performance lighting up social media from the Dunking Devils and Artifex teams is like nothing you've seen before. After all, who'd ever think to combine basketball dunking, dancing and wearable LED lights in the dark? Obviously, it's a pretty magical recipe.
You know that project you started and gave up on? Well, don't because this automatic bullseye dartboard is a perfect example of determination and discipline. YouTuber Mark Rober developed this technology for three years and now he is finally demonstrating it to the public. This is incredible and wow, would you feel like a baller playing darts now. View Now