If your jerky co-workers make you feel bad about eating donuts for breakfast, point them towards master chef Hiroyuki Terada’s latest creation. He turned a few boxes of Dunkin’ Donuts’ finest into a sushi roll you’ll want to eat for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and every meal in-between.
Possibly the best thing to happen during tonight’s GOP debate was this ad for House of Cards’s next season. Netflix isn’t a giant tease, either—we’ve got a release date, and a campaign website to tide us over for the next few months.
I’m a hoverboard skeptic. I don’t think that we’re going to see a “true” hoverboard that can work on any surface anytime soon. With that being said, the new and improved Hendo Hoverboard, made by Arx Pax, looks pretty damn fun.
The Association of Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques might not have the most exciting name, but every year Siggraph draws the most talented programmers, engineers, and artists to its conference to show off their brilliant CG creations and developments.
Here’s a really cool art project that transformed Kat Von D into a living sculpture that’s constantly changing. The effects were done with facial recognition software and live projection mapping and it’s always so impressive how quickly the technology adapts and creates art. Some if it is really beautiful, some of it is really haunting, all of it is great.
In the blink of an eye, episode one of a Netflix series can turn into episode 20 if you’ve fallen asleep at the remote. To help combat this, Netflix has developed a pair of knitted socks you can make yourself that automatically pause your show when they detect you’ve nodded off.