Hushme is a voice mask headset that can actually protect speech privacy in public places. The device is designed to cover the mouth to block the users’ voice with “masking sounds” that can be selected and customized from the Hushme app. Simply insert the attached Bluetooth earbuds, close the device around your face, and start… Continue reading Hushme: A Headset That Protects Your Privacy in Public
Gavin Free and Daniel Gruchy from The Slow-Mo Guys used a blowtorch on some batteries to film them explode and fire off like rockets in both 28,500fps and 70,000fps slow motion. Watch the video below.
YouTube Spotlight has released its annual YouTube Rewind for 2016. Over 200 YouTube famous stars and celebrities gathered from around the world to recreate a mashup of the top-viewed videos, music videos and commercials for this. Watch the video below.
Grant Thompson teamed up with Cody, from Cody’s Lab, to experiment and see what would happen if Sodium Metal got flushed down the toilet. Watch the video below.
Matt Stonie posted a video of himself eating a twenty-six inches long gummy worm (4,000 calories of pure sugar) in under eight minutes.
Marek Baczynski made several attempts to change a light bulb using a drone. After two drones and nine light bulbs later, the task is completed. Check out the video below to see how Baczynski finally succeeds in replacing the light bulb.
A man walks into Apple Store in Dijon, France and smashes every single iPhone in his path. He appears to have been upset with the service he received from the company and decided to take matters into his own hands. The man was filmed as he walked from one stand to the next smashing iPhones,… Continue reading Angry Man Smashes iPhones at Apple Store in France
One of the first matches were used in 5th century in China, called the sulfur match, they were small sticks of pinewood impregnated with sulfur. After that came the Safety match, that was invented by the Swedish chemist Gustaf Erik Pasch in first half of 1800’s and popularized by the industrialist John Edvard Lundström in second part of 19th century.… Continue reading How Matches are Made?