It seems that watermelons don’t just make good pillows, they also make for terrific head coverings. And while at least one of shironekoshiro’s three cats isn’t completely convinced, they do seem to work as well as any other object that’s been previously used, including a trio of empty snack cups.
Jake “Pipe Guy” Clark is a street musician based in Adelaide, South Australia, who creates electronic dance-style music acoustically by banging on a series of PVC pipes with a pair of flip-flops. The Rundle Mall busker’s music sounds surprisingly like the electronic genre he’s mimicking.
Bicyclick is a simple tool that attaches to the end of a bicycle handlebar, letting users click a pair of bikes together to help them stand up. The Bicyclick also works with an additional accessory called Click-Base, which attaches to walls, so a single bike can be propped up without causing the black skid marks handlebars leave behind on white walls. Bicyclick’s creators are currently seeking funding for the project on Kickstarter.
images via Bicyclick
Gavin Free of The Slow Mo Guys recently fired a rifle and captured footage of the hollow-point bullet piercing through four watermelons in super slow motion. He shot the video between 1,000 and 5,000 frames per second using both a Phantom Flex and Phantom Flex 4K camera.
Photo Sphere is a camera app by Google that creates seamless 360-degree panoramas. Photo Sphere specifically creates panoramas reminiscent of Google Maps’ Street View, and users can upload their creations to Google Maps. Initially only a feature for the Android camera, Google recently released Photo Sphere Camera as an app on iOS.
images via Photo Sphere Camera
David Letterman paid tribute to his old friend Robin Williams on a recent episode of the Late Show. Letterman spent ten touching minutes reflecting on the amazing life of the late comedian and actor while also talking about some of the special moments that they both shared while starting off in their careers.