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It starts with one domino. It branches off into different lines. It ends with 272,297 dominos being toppled over.
Is this pizza-delivering drone from Dominos just a publicity stunt or a tantalising look at the future of food delivery? Because while the eight-bladed DomiCopter is a little impractical given it needs a skilled pilot, eventually autonomous drones will be capable of delivering a piping hot pizza in mere minutes since they’re able to avoid traffic.
How’s this for a brilliant marketing campaign? To help sell the notion that there’s no better way to spend an evening than with a pizza and a movie, Domino’s in Brazil created custom DVDs with a heat-reactive flavoured varnish that actually smelled like pizza once they were played.
If you’re a pizza fan, it might be time to keep an eye on your credit card statements. Pizza Hut Australia last night appears to have fallen victim to hackers going by the names of Oday and Pyknic (Update: Pizza Hut CEO confirms breach, read on for full statement). The hackers defaced the website last night, but what’s more concerning is the claim that they made off with 260,000 Australian credit card numbers. That’s some serious dough.
If you’ve ever wondered what exactly wiped out the dinosaurs and how quickly over 38 hours of painstaking domino stacking can be undone, check out FlippyCat’s latest tumbling creation. It’s particularly noteworthy this time not just because it’s educational, but also because most of the dinosaurs and the giant earth were actually created in 3D.
Flippycat, our favourite remarkably patient domino stacker, is back with another masterpiece — literally. This time around he’s recreated Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night masterpiece from over 7000 dominos that took 11 hours to painstaking arrange.
A dude called Flippycat thought it would be a good idea to stack 60,000 dominos to make 60 big walls and then hit them to watch them fall. I can’t blame him. It’s a satisfying view to watch all that colour fall.
Watching thousands upon thousands of dominos fall in series just doesn’t excite us like it used to. OK, it was never really that exciting. So we’re hoping the next fad has people using high-powered lasers to pop balloons like this record-setting run.
Over in the US, 55 IT specialists will huddle together in a dark room to keep company’s website afloat on the biggest day of its entire year, since it’s going to be bombarded by millions of ravenous fans. But the company they work for isn’t the NFL.