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Slow Mo Guys spin magnificently heated human Catherine Wheel [Video]
Slow Mo Guys spin magnificently heated human Catherine Wheel [Video]

Slow Mo Guys spin magnificently heated human Catherine Wheel [Video]

The Slow Mo Guys on YouTube are showing off the incredible power of fireworks in extremely slow mo footage. You may have seen a fiery Catherine Wheel, a kind of fireworks. Usually you need a tree, fire, and spinning for…

Osdin Shield unveils bullet resistant furniture collection
Osdin Shield unveils bullet resistant furniture collection

Osdin Shield unveils bullet resistant furniture collection

With gun attacks and terrorist activities on rise across the world, one furniture company is offering bullet resistant furniture to offer protection in the time of danger. Osdin Shield, Glasgow, Scotland-based manufacturer of bespoke furniture is the firm behind world’s…

Parisian artist +Brauer creates robots by recycling industrial parts
Parisian artist +Brauer creates robots by recycling industrial parts

Parisian artist +Brauer creates robots by recycling industrial parts

Paris-based graphic designer and artist, Bruno Lefevre-Brauer (a.k.a, +Brauer) gives second life to old mechanical parts by converting them into luminous robotic sculptures. He has created a series of 14 handmade robot sculptures, which are entirely created using recycled industrial…

Express your love in a big way with the world’s largest roses
Express your love in a big way with the world’s largest roses

Express your love in a big way with the world’s largest roses

While most people will be hoping for a bunch of flowers or heart-shaped chocolates this Valentine’s Day, ultra-spenders will be looking for something extravagant like the world’s largest roses. Measuring 5-feet tall, these largest roses were grown nearly 12,500 above…

Lego unveils first-ever wheelchair minifigure with hipster looks
Lego unveils first-ever wheelchair minifigure with hipster looks

Lego unveils first-ever wheelchair minifigure with hipster looks

Following #ToyLikeMe equality campaign, Lego has finally created a wheelchair-using minifigure with hipster looks, and a helper dog accompanying the figurine. After creating numerous able-bodied Lego figures for 84 years, the company decided to create something to encourage disabled people…