This is a self-parallel parking car that engineering students at the University of Toledo built. It's pretty clever. I mean it's so simple that even women could conceivably parallel park. But I'm pretty sure my wife would still find a way to smash up every car around her, drive up on the curb, and back over someone's cat. And the best part? She'd have no idea.
UPDATE: Joking ladies, you know I love you all and think you're wonderful drivers. Truthfully, my wife has never damaged her car but I've driven it poles (telephone and yield sign) on two separate occasions. And the best part? I lied and told her someone must have backed into it in the grocery store parking lot.
You know, sometimes you come across something that really makes you appreciate human ingenuity and dedication to a project. This isn't one of those.
What you're looking at it is a 17,000 push-pin mosaic mural, a product of three revisions and a total of two and a half semeste... / Continue →
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To celebrate the recent release of Little Big Planet 2 (which I'm triple-fisting alongside Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood and a PB&J), a group of fans went and created a level in real life using a couple stuffed Sackboys and a shit-ton of constru... / Continue →
Apple software engineer Andrew Carol (woman's first name for a last name FTW!) went and built a completely functional Antikythera Mechanism out of LEGO. What the hell's an Antikythera Mechanism? *GW casts copy/paste and goes to toast some Eggos*
The Antikythera Mechanism, is... / Continue →