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Why you definitely shouldn't drink your own pee.
HaxSync for Facebook on Android, Bike Baron on iOS and more.
Google Inbox first impressions, Facebook's new Rooms app.
This flying wing was 3d-printed from plastic dust in a day.
RBI Baseball '14 on Android, Cycloramic on iOS and more.
Google's Inbox app, iOS 8.1 jailbreak.
This electronic stonehenge once divined the secrets of soviet radio.
The non-physical benefits of exercise.
Lion Pig on Android, Broken Age on iPad and more.
Real hoverboard Kickstarter, flying car crashes.
PSA: This is exactly what being on five tabs of acid is like. Except you can’t turn it off and the show lasts for the next 56 hours.
Taurobolium, the ancient Roman practice of bull sacrifice, gets a subversively psychedelic re-imagining in animator Galen Pehrson’s video for Avant-folk singer-songwriter Devendra Banhart’s latest work.
Nothing like talking to a robot to make you question the nature of your own humanity. Damned philosophical robots. Why do they have to ruin everything?
You’re going to want to cover your ears before watching this transcendental short film because it may blow your mind.
When was the last time you spent your afternoon in a field watching the clouds pass? Your answer is about to be, “why just now, thank you” after viewing Suishu Ikeda’s mesmerizing time-lapses of Japan’s summer skies.
This experimental video loop from Mauri Lehtonen needs a giffing, stat. Maybe with some fractal “Deal With It” specs. You have your assignment Internet, get to it.
This is what happens when you let M. Night Shamalan direct the Titanic reboot.
Oh sure, it started off innocently enough with a little taste of silver iodide, what’s the worst that could happen, right? Wrong. Now one of them is hooked on Seed and is running amok in the lab. I mean, just look at the top of its head — where does it keep going?!
It’s like home movie night at my grandparents’ house without the confusing tirades about why everything was better before the pictures moved.