Oct 272015
World’s Slowest Rube Goldberg Machine

We’ve all seen Rube Goldberg Machines before. But nothing like this. Inventor Bob Partington created what is most likely the slowest Rube Goldberg Machine ever built. Every part of the machine is super slow, from a molasses river to a turtle transport. All in all, it takes over six weeks for the machine to complete one cycle. 


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Oct 242015

Crazy British inventor Colin Furze is finally back with another dose of outrageousness. There are countless fictitious weapons and tools in video gaming, from lightsabers, to super laser guns, to warp cannons. Assassin’s Creed has some seriously cool weapons, and Colin has brought two of them to life in this new video: a super sweet hidden retractable arm blade and a rope launcher.  


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Oct 222015
Michael J. Fox Models the First Self-Lacing Nike MAG

One reason why Back To The Future is so popular with people of all ages is because it did such a good job showing products we all love in a new, futuristic light. Like in Part 2 when Marty enjoyed a ‘Pepsi Perfect’ or when he put on those super cool self tying Nikes. Well, as the ‘future’ is now, Nike has finally launched the shoes with the power laces. It was fitting that Michael J Fox was the first one to try them on. So cool!


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Oct 212015
Toyota Shows Off Mirai Hydrogen Car In Back To The Future Commercial

Toyota knows that nerds who like science fiction like technology in real life as well. In honor of Back To The Future Day, Toyota teamed up with Michael J Fox and Christopher Lloyd to star in this viral commercial where they show off their new hydrogen electric car called the Mirai which will go on sale in 2016. 


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Sep 112015
Famous Disney Animator Drawing In 3D Is Stunning

Nearly every American, and countless other people around the world are familiar with his work, but few know his name. Glen Keane is the world famous animator and artist who helped bring Aladdin, The Little Mermaid, The Lion King, and other world famous feature films into life. Future of StoryTelling invited him to talk about his work and let him try out a 3D virtual reality animation technology that brings drawings to life like never before. Gorgeous. 


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