According to the Youtube description, this is Miguel, a worker at the farm of Hector Luis Prieto, one of the best cigar manufacturers in Cuba. Someone had the idea of strapping a GoPro to his head to show, from his point of view, how he rolls the cigars by hand. And it's mesmerizing.
going big means going small, like when you are trying to set the world record for the most mini dominoes (2,000) ever toppled in one sequence. The result is as impressive as it is minute. My god those guys must have a lot of patience.
It starts with one domino. It branches off into different lines. It ends with 272,297 dominos being toppled over. It sounds like a cross between a snake hissing and an annoying morning alarm. It's mesmerizing. It's hypnotic. It's 10 minutes long. It's worth watching over and over. It's world record breaking for…
Flippycat, our favorite remarkably patient domino stacker, is back with another masterpiece—literally. This time around he's recreated Vincent van Gogh's Starry Night masterpiece from over 7,000 dominos that took 11 hours to painstaking arrange.
A dude called Flippycat thought it would be a good idea to stack 60,000 dominos to make 60 big walls and then hit them to watch them fall. I can't blame him. It's a satisfying view to watch all that color fall.
On November 9, 1989, thousands rushed through the ruins of the Berlin Wall, celebrating the unity of East and West. 20 years later, millions across the world watched as one thousand seven-and-a-half foot tall dominoes fell marking the occasion.
Unlike many of the flash drive designs these days, the Domino concept by Marcos Breder adds adds a little extra fun and functionality into the mix. Each domino can be split into two separate drives, with the white dots indicating the remaining storage capacity. The problem is that playing an actual game of dominoes…
We love us some cellphone concepts around here, and Syntes Studio's Domino phone is no exception. The dialing buttons are setup with domino dots to designate value, as opposed to the primitive, fashionless numeric system. Plus, it's super sleek and thin, just like your favorite anorexic super model (but sexy).
It may be time for conventional phone service to start hanging up their hats because VoIP is fast becoming a revolution. And to make that point in bold letters, IBM and Siemens have joined forces to offer Internet phone service right from Lotus Notes and Domino business software. So you'll soon be able to launch VoIP…