A fan-made mod for The Witcher 3 adds a prologue of the first game’s events remade in the new engine. It’s short but sweet.
Everyone has a dream. Corey Bunnell’s was to one day work for Nintendo. But he wasn’t sure how to make that happen so he asked for advice one day on a forum. That was ten years ago. This month, Nintendo shipped The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild with his name in the credits under “Wildlife Programming.”
Dyson’s Bladeless Fans are wonderfully awesome but also ridiculously expensive. Am I really going to spend 300 bucks on a fan? Nah. Thankfully, Rulof the master maker of things breaks down how to build the bladeless fan with a water jug, a few vases, and a microwave fan.
Some shows reel you in slowly, making you invest in the story before you decide that you love it. Sometimes, however, you can pinpoint your love of a show to a single character, a single storyline, or even a single episode.
The exhaust fan—that rattling, dusty vent hanging about 8 feet above the toilet—is the single most important gadget for the health of a bathroom. It eliminates the steam from a hot shower, helping battle the mold and mildew constantly threatening a bathroom's finishes. The device also helps fix more immediate air…
These iCufflinks are so cool, yet oh so nerdy. I secretly would like to buy them for Father's Day, but would be slightly embarrassed if my man actually wore them to our next formal occasion.
The imitation/knockoff market never ceases to amaze me. This bladeless fan from Abiko is a knockoff version of the Dyson Air Multiplier. But unlike typical cheap imitations, Abiko's version, at $223, is almost as expensive as the real thing.
Less than a year ago, Dyson changed the face of the humble home fan completely—not just giving it a bit of plastic surgery, but completely removing its blades. Now, two much larger, powerful fans have blown in.
It's getting hot and you desperately need a little fan to fit onto your desk. You could either go buy one or you could finally do something with that old PC of yours and tear out its power supply fan.
Doctors aren't hopeful about their prospects for separating the fledgling fan, which was born recently in Germany and is named Double Circulator, but it seems to be doing pretty well, all things considered:
Hate having a bunch of blades whizzing in circles above your head? Yeah, me too. That's why I love the idea of cooling off in the gentle breeze produced by the
bladeless single-blade LoftWing ceiling fan.