Video Briefly: New Game Of Thrones Trailer, Obama Reads Mean Tweets
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Brief video items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Watch US President Obama read mean tweets about himself, new trailer for Game Of Thrones, binary watches are awesome.
Baby tortoises have been sighted on Galapagos Island for the first time in over a century. Hurrah!
Created by Jordan Wills, this binary wrist watch uses a microcontroller and blinking LEDs to tell the month, the day, and the time. The wrist band is a rainbow ribbon cable: much more chic than the Apple Watch.
Celebrities Read Mean Tweets About Themselves is one of the funniest things to hit the talk show circuit in years. The latest victim: US President, Barack Obama.
Ever wondered what it looks like to crash your rally car into a reservoir? Wonder no longer.
The virtual reality innovations just keep on coming. The latest creation is a scent-blasting face mask that promises to add nostril-based atmosphere to your virtual worlds. Here’s a video of the technology in action.
Getting shot out of a canon is pretty terrifying. This GoPro footage provides a point of view so you don’t .
HBO has released a new trailer for the fifth season of Game Of Thrones. Watch it here.
This timelapse of Austrian landscapes took two years and about 5TB worth of footage to be completed. The results are stunning.
Intel’s RealSense 3D camera is like having a next-generation Kinect inside your laptop. It essentially turns your workspace into a holodeck, complete with sophisticated gesture controls and a face-tracker that can sense your current mood. In addition to various productivity scenarios, the technology is also being pitched at gamers. Click here to see it in action.
Just how good is the 65x optical zoom on Canon’s SX60 DSLR? Approximately this good.
I don’t know much about art, but I know what I like — and that includes naked people covered in honey.
The fifth season of Game Of Thrones is upon us, so Entertainment Weekly sat down with some of the main characters and gave them the near-impossible task of summarising the first four seasons in a few seconds. Here are the results.