Great Scott! Someone was hanging a clock in the toilet when he fell and hit his head on the sink. That’s when he came up with the idea of a Flux Capacitor Wristwatch. No joke. This Flux Capacitor Wristwatch is real and is available at ThinkGeek for US$49.99.
Reading the time on the Back to the Future Flux Capacitor Wristwatch is pretty fun and challenging. Press the bottom button and then get ready to count lights. Time is divided into hours, minutes first digit, minutes second digit. It may look confusing, but is very easy to read. Example: 10 lights, 5 lights, 3 lights = 10:53 – and it repeats. At the same time, the time circuit LCD display will show you the date.
Will it time travel? Well, I guess you need to generate 1.21 gigawatts of electricity and run 88 miles per hour for time travel to happen.
I don’t know about you. But this looks like the perfect Christmas present for Back To The Future fans like me. Definitely better than any smart watch in the market.
Recently there is a online trend to race the tube. Basically you get off the train and run to the next station to catch the same train. The online craze has been done in cities like London, Berlin, Paris, Hong Kong etc etc.
Well, a group of people just did one in Singapore to promote the Asics City Relay event.
OK, its not exactly race the tube since they are doing in a relay format. But still quite impressive. Little India to Farrer Park station is quite a distance.
NTUC FairPrice’s annual Share-A-Textbook Project is back. The project is aimed at reducing the financial burden of education on low-income families and promote the value of thrift and recycling among Singaporeans.
The Share-A-Textbook project has collected over 3.135 million books since it started in 1983. This year, FairPrice aims to collect 400,000 school textbooks that are still in good condition, an increase of about 5 per cent from last year. About 20,000 students have since been registered under the priority student scheme where they will get to pick the donated textbooks first.
Members of the public can now donate their textbooks at 147 FairPrice supermarkets, FairPrice Finest, FairPrice Xtra and FairPrice Xpress outlets at Esso service stations from today till 7 December 2014.
Google have been naming the Android version based on a dessert item starting from C for Cupcake. So whenever there is a new Android version, everyone will be guessing what’s the name for the new version.
And its been announced recently that Android 5.0 will be called Lollipop. Not much surprised here unlike KitKat. Check out the hilarious “Casting Call” video.
Sorry, no Lreo. But hey, Oreo can try apply 3 versions later.
A guy was flying his DJI Phantom Quadcopter at Magazine Beach Park in Cambridge when a hawk suddenly appear to regain his air dominance over the drone. Check out the cool video taken by the onboard GoPro Hero 3+ Black.
Hawk 1 – 0 Drone
Well, at least we know that if robots were to take over the world, we can count on the hawks to take down their drones.