Blizzard Entertainment has posted the brand new StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void opening cinematic. On November 10, 2015, players will join the fight to reclaim Aiur and vanquish the universe’s most ancient evil in Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void.
We rely on hard drives to store our data for us and we use them every day, but have you ever wondered just how they were made? This video, courtesy of How it’s Made, shows you how a hard drive is put together from start to finish.
Make some awesome LEGO gummy candy to snack on and build with by following instructions in this cool video from The King of Random channel on Youtube. You can make the LEGO blocks any flavor or color you want and the best part is you will be able to actually build something with them. This small kitchen project is easy and if you have kids, this will make a great summer project that they will enjoy making as much as eating.
Hendo Hover has created a technology that uses an engine that creates a magnetic field which pushes against itself to create lift. The board currently hovers 1 inch above the ground. The technology in these boards currently requires a special surface in order to operate, so it’s not quite like the hoverboard from Back to the Future, but it’s still pretty awesome.
Hendo Hover is also offering a small scale developer kit called “The Whitebox” which allows users to get creative and utilize their new hovering engines in any way they like. These developer kits can be programmed and controlled with both Android an iOS devices. This project is being funded through a Kickstarter campaign which is linked in the widget below. For more information head here.