Petzi Treat Cam, A Clever WiFi Connected Camera That Dispenses Pet Treats Remotely Through a Smartphone App

Petzi Treat Cam

Petzi Treat Cam is a cleverly designed camera that allows humans to interact with their pets and dispense yummy snacks via Google Play and iOS compatible smartphone apps, even when they are far from home. The Petzi Treat Cam is available for purchase via Amazon and other retailers.

We’re all connected everyday with our family and friends, why not our pets too? We wanted a mutually rewarding way to check in on our pets and say hello while we were out in the world. …The Petzi Treat Cam allows you to see, speak, snap pictures of, and treat your pet. It’s a ray of sunshine in your pocket.

• Easy to check-in and interact with your pet from any smart phone or tablet
• Allows you to See, Speak, Snap, and Treat your pet when you are away from home
• Wide-angle camera with night vision
• High-quality audio
• Universal treat launcher, good for use with any dry, crunchy treat smaller than 1 inch.

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via Engadget

‘El MacroMural Barrio de Palmitas’, Street Artists Turn a Troubled Hillside District Into a Colorful Mural

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Street artists, The GERMEN, in cooperation with the Mexican government, has turned the troubled hillside district of Palmitas in Pachuca into a giant, brightly colored mural entitled “El MacroMural Barrio de Palmitas“. The crew recruited local youth to help paint the over 20,000 square meters of 209 homes, thus creating positive distraction and paying jobs for the disaffected youth of the town. The GERMEN use the concept of public art to help bring pride back to Mexican cities.

(translated) There is potential for interaction and artistic innovation, so we opted to understand the public space as the scene of daily social interaction to be met by educational functions, potentialities, material and tangible, where the aim is to satisfy the needs of collective development beyond of individual and economic. Our work is an artistic offering to our cities because by colors shapes textures and mixed techniques. We share our way of doing and understanding art, seek to detonate the seed as possible to strengthen the heart and enthusiasm who lives in places that we intervene. We rehabilitate public space making it more useful for those who inhabit a place to educate, motivate, help intake and germinate a new relationship between citizens and their environment and expressions which there converge OUR GOAL. Creating murals is a heritage work that uses public space as a means of communication.

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images via Germen Nuevo Muralismo Mexicano

via Street Art News

Jimmy Fallon and Tom Cruise Go Head-to-Head in an Electrifying Lip Sync Battle on ‘The Tonight Show’

On a recent episode of The Tonight Show, host Jimmy Fallon and Tom Cruise went head-to-head in an electrifying lip sync battle to modern and classic songs like “Can’t Feel My Face” by The Weeknd and “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’” by The Righteous Brothers.

Jimmy then sat down with Tom to chat about the dangerous stunts in his upcoming film, Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation:

3 3/4-Inch Tall ‘Breaking Bad’ ReAction Figures Featuring Walter White and Jesse Pinkman

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Funko and Super7 have teamed up to create a great set of 3 3/4-inch tall Breaking Bad ReAction Figures featuring a “Cook” version of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman as well as an intimidating “Heisenberg” version of Mr. White. The three figurines are available to purchase online from ThinkGeek.

It’s hard to be intimidating when you’re only 3 3/4″ tall. Although we are intimidated by many things that are smaller. Wasps, for instance. Fire ants, while we’re in the great outdoors. Oh, and MRSA. That’s seriously tiny.

But the Blue Sky produced by these 3 3/4″ tall Breaking Bad ReAction Figures from Funko and Super7 would be on the scale of something like those colored sugar crystals you put on cookies and cupcakes. Choose Heisenberg, Jesse Pinkman (Cook), or Walter White (Cook). Heisenberg comes with a gun. The “cook” versions of the boys come with respirator masks. Other than that, how you accessorize them is totally up to you, although we’ll admit we might have ants in our display cabinet shortly.

Breaking Bad Reaction Figures

Breaking Bad Reaction Figures

Breaking Bad Reaction Figures

Breaking Bad Reaction Figures

images via ThinkGeek

A Series of Underwater Photographs Capture a Graveyard of Sunken World War II Planes

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A series of underwater photographs by photographer Brandi Mueller capture a graveyard of sunken World War II planes off the coast of the Marshall Islands in the Pacific Ocean. Mueller explained to Mashable that the planes had not crashed, but rather they were discarded there after the war because it would have been too expensive to transport them back to the United States.

The planes sit on the ocean floor 130 feet below the surface and are a popular site for divers.

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photos via Brandi Mueller

via Mashable

A Yaskawa Motoman SDA10 Dual Arm Industrial Robot Cooking an Egg Sandwich

A Yaskawa Motoman SDA10 Dual Arm Robot with Robotiq Universal Grippers gathers all the necessary ingredients and proceeds to cook an egg sandwich for its hungry human in this video by RS TECH.

The SDA10D is a dual-arm, 15-axis robot with incredible dexterity, freedom of movement in a compact footprint. Both arms can work together dramatically simplifying end-of-arm
tooling. Designed with patented servo actuators, all cables are routed through the arms.

via VentureBeat

The Song ‘Time’ From the ‘Inception’ Soundtrack Played Solo on a Looping Cello and Featuring an Aerial Hoop Dance

Microsoft employee and Seattle-based podcast producer David Chen has released a fresh new music video where he plays “Time” — a song by Hans Zimmer from the Inception soundtrack — solo on a looping cello. The music video also features a beautiful aerial hoop dance, performed by Danaë Montreuil, that takes place while Chen recreates Zimmer’s powerful song. Chen’s track is available to purchase online from iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play.

The original version of the song “Time” for comparison:

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