They should really just be up-front about it and call the MV800 the PervCam. Seriously, Samsung cites the ability to shoot “discreetly” from any angle as the main attribute of this model. Think about that for a second. Okay, now go buy one.
Based on an original movie prop used in Back to the Future Part II, a modern recreation of Marty McFly’s famous shoe is now on the auction block. Over the course of 10 days, 1500 pairs will be made available. All net proceeds go to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.
Wait, don’t click away. We’re not going all SkyMall on you, we just wanted to share this new 3-D viewer gizmo from Sony. With twin internal HD video screens (one for each eye) this lightweight, head-mounted immersion viewer simulates the look of a real theater screen. And when you’re inside watching the movie you won’t be able to see people staring at you.
Nobody eats chicken fried steak because it’s healthy. We eat it because it’s fried in boiling oil and this age-old technique makes just about everything taste amazing. Equally amazing is how simple chicken fried steak is to prepare. And if you’ve never fried beef, give it a go.
What better place for a down and out writer than working in a casino? It helps pay the bills and makes his pathetic life seem pretty okay compared to the addicted zeroes he encounters on the casino floor. Getting tangled up in a sex-fueled caper with his greedy co-workers gives the protagonist Jack (Clive Owen) just the plot twist he was looking for. Or does it?
The Victorinox Swiss Army Knife watch doesn’t have a tool to remove a splinter, open a bottle of wine, or cut down saplings, but it tells time like a mothereffer. Don’t be fooled by imposter pieces, unless is says Victorinox on the face, it’s not the genuine article.
If you think scrolling global news sites or watching AC360 is giving you the whole story on Al Qaeda, you’re not alone. But maybe reading the untold story of America’s paranoia-fueled approach to “counter-terrorism” will actually explain this unending political nightmare. A pair of New York Times journos dug very deep to write this investigative exposé, and they leave no stone unturned.
Of course your homemade videos lack the smooth, fluid cinematics of a real movie. That’s because movies are shot using cameras on wheels or dollies, so they can sweep through the shots, creating a smooth, natural pan. Now an MIT engineering student has created a simpler, more portable and much cheaper way for you to get the dolly effect. It’s called Cineskate, basically, a tripod on wheels.