Branded as the DomiCopter, the current prototype can deliver two, large pizzas in about ten minutes within a four-mile radius of a store. After proving the concept with the first drone flight, the DomiCopter was delivered to Domino’s UK headquarters for "further testing." Awesome.
We've had 26 Kegs With Legs parties here in Denver and Boulder over the last three years. St. Louis has had four. This video was shot at the party held last week at Bruton Stroube Studios — and features compilation footage captured over five hours by the slow-motion Phantom Miro camera they had on premise. Oh, and they had 11 kegs of beer to fuel the mayhem. Shit, kids, we're looking a little soft. It is time to step it up.
Points is an entirely new way to help people find where to go by serving up the best of what's going on relative to where they are. It appears to look like a normal directional sign, but is able to rotate each arm to any direction and display dynamic content pulled in from the web.
By leveraging a variety of online data sources ranging from twitter and foursquare to RSS news feeds, Points is always aware of where and what the best things are going on nearby.
Fabricator Robin Frohardt recreated the story from the movie Fitzcaraldo — in which a would-be rubber baron has to pull a steamship over a steep hill in order to access a rich rubber territory in Peru — as cardboard. Amazing work described in the the behind-the-scenes video two down.