World Order collaborated with former lead singer Genki Sudo and the Japanese girl group SKE48 for their new music video, “Singularity.” The upbeat video features SKE48 joining in on World Order‘s signature synchronized robotic dancing while partaking in fun activities throughout Japan.
As a kid my brother and I used to crack old garage sale watches open to try to figure out how they worked (and to harvest the wee rubies, which we assumed must be extremely valuable.) I still find watches and clockwork absolutely fascinating, and this is my homage – in pie form – to the beautiful artform. Hope you dig!
Talented Los Angeles musician and rapper Harry “Mack” McKenzie brought his A game and spit hot fire while freestyle rapping live on Hollywood Boulevard. Harry made clever raps up about tourists on the street, what they were wearing, carrying, and their tattoos in an attempt to get on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
One love to all the hype people that got down with us in Hollywood last weekend!
DangerousAndAwesome has created an amusing, yet “mildly interesting” video guide on how to build an incredibly slow saw. He was able to “cram woodworking, 3D printing, Arduino, and programming into one extra-crappy project.”
In this video, I use a generic servo motor to make a terrible saw. The outcome was exactly as I was expecting.
Geeki Tikis purveyors, Beeline Creative, have made a wonderful series of Star Trek, Star Wars, and Marvel ceramic tiki mugs featuring all sorts of popular characters. The Star Trek and Marvel mugs will release later this year. Star Wars mugs are currently available to purchase from ThinkGeek.
images via Geeki Tikis
via Inside the Magic
Dylan F. Glas, Malcolm Doering, Phoebe Liu, Takayuki Kanda, and Hiroshi Ishiguro have created “Robot’s Delight,” a music video tribute to The Sugarhill Gang‘s 1979 hit song “Rapper’s Delight” where Japanese android Robovie-II and Erica rap about their complex artificial intelligence.
Here is The Sugarhill Gang’s original song.
via IEEE Spectrum