Watch a Guy Freak People Out By Floating in the Air on a Moving Bus

Though this prank video is an obvious attempt at force inducing viral-ity by Pepsi Max, it's still a pretty fun watch. The magician Dynamo tricks people into thinking he can levitate by 'magically' following a bus around as it moves across London. Watch people freak out when they see him float. » 6/24/13 8:00pm 6/24/13 8:00pm

Crawling Businessman Robot Is a Critique On Japanese Salarymen

Japanese Performance artist Momoyo Torimitsu built a crawling Japanese businessman robot and took it to the streets of Australia to creep out little kids and turn on weird dudes with camcorders. The bot is her critique on the Japanese salaryman lifestyle and the apparent upcoming Asian economic crash. All we know is… » 7/08/08 2:00pm 7/08/08 2:00pm

HipDisk Musical Instrument, the Hula Hoop of Your Nightmares

As if the world needed yet another weird musical instrument, Danielle Wilde has created the hipDisk, a pair of doughnut-shaped platters activated with a series of movements that might be quite attractive with the right person doing them. The idea incorporates not just one of these noisemakers, but duets, trios,… » 7/24/07 8:19am 7/24/07 8:19am

'Face Your Pockets' Project Reveals the Inner You


What are you carrying in your pockets right now? Show the world in the "Face Your Pockets" mass photo project whose organizers are inviting worldwide participation. Artfully arrange the contents of your pockets onto a scanner, perhaps add something funny or poignant to the mix, position your face nearby and push the… » 6/25/07 7:45pm 6/25/07 7:45pm

Tag a Pic, Win a Zune or Slingbox! Less Than Two Days Left

You're doing a great job of posting hilarious, poignant, provocative or just plain dumb pictures to Richard Felix's SlickrFrame, an Internet-connected digital picture frame that displays any picture on the Flickr photo-sharing site tagged with the word "slickrframe." Richard's getting lots of spectacular shots in our… » 4/10/07 12:10pm 4/10/07 12:10pm

SlickrFrame: Join In the Mass Picture Post!

Gizmodo reader Richard Felix put together a do-it-yourself digital picture frame that he built out of an old laptop display, and now he's asking everyone on the Internet to upload pictures to photo-sharing site Flickr so he can view them on this Wi-Fi-connected frame. All you need to do is upload any photo to your… » 4/03/07 9:54am 4/03/07 9:54am