video

ravenzoe:

effingtomb:

you-and-me-divine:

If you didn’t think “Shia LaBeouf” could get better, you were wrong.

I literally can’t believe this exists there are tears in my eyes that I don’t remember crying

THIS IS EVERYTHING YOU COULD EVER HOPE FOR

rollership:

phroyd said:
Sadly Absurd!
Phroyd

rollership:

phroyd said:

Sadly Absurd!

Phroyd

gameraboy:

Aliens (1986) lobby cards

tama5kake:


「はんじゅくいぬ」の作品 - イラスト [pixiv]
fileth:

Twitter / ym2941: うーみー
malinfalch:

hello potion seller. I’m going into battle, and I need only your strongest potions

malinfalch:

hello potion seller. I’m going into battle, and I need only your strongest potions

nkym:

Twitter / hatopopoko: 最近書いたかわいいえです http://t.co/UBmzHvP1DA
video

futurescope:

Make it Wearable: Wristify, a personal climate-controlling wearable could make ACs obsolete

I’m pretty sure, that I had Wristify here at futurescope a year ago. Wired had a small feature about first prototypes. Doesn’t seem that way. Never mind. Wristify from embr labs is a thermoelectric bracelet or a personal climate-controlling wearable that allows you to instantly heat or cool yourself by subjecting the skin to alternating pulses of hot or cold.

Team Wristify has developed the first active personal heating and cooling bracelet. Using the Intel Edison, the wearable wristband adapts to users’ preferences, utilizing biofeedback to respond to physiological cues, and creating a new channel of communication between wearers and their own thermal comfort. Invented by a team of materials scientists from MIT with the express intent to deliver rapid temperature change directly to the skin, Wristify stimulates thermoreceptors and maximizes sensation per unit energy used. Whether it’s through refreshing cool or soothing warmth, Wristify is a wearable experience with a strong emotional value, and functional hardware that is well-suited for everyday use.

[embr labs] [the creators project]

dragonsandbeasties:

#sculptober : Candy. 

Candy corn rats! :D

gaspanic:

Disappear from the network.

gaspanic:

Disappear from the network.