A team of researchers with the University of Bristol created a gauntlet that uses acoustic levitation to manipulate small objects. They’ve dubbed it the “Gauntlet of Levitation” or GauntLev for short. Catchy, right?

The GauntLev is part of a broader effort to create acoustic levitation devices that could, one day, help people work safely with hazardous materials. This effort includes another version that they have compared to the Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver. Read more after the break…

star wars hair clips

If you prefer subtle nerdy style, check out these simple Star Wars hair clips from Love and Madness. Each set of two comes with a gold and silver design in the shape of Darth Vader and a Stormtrooper or Yoda and the Millennium Falcon.

Check out an additional pic below.

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Anovos recently unveiled their official Ghostbusters Proton Pack Kit, and it’s available for preorder now. The kit features everything you need—minus a mini-nuclear reactor—to build your very own movie-quality Proton Pack prop.

Yes, this is a kit, so you have to assemble the pack yourself. Its also not cheap at $600.

However, as you’ll see in the feature list below, the pack may be worth the price for anyone that’s ever dreamed of owning this particular prop.

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Blizzard’s Overwatch game can’t come out soon enough for me.

If you feel the same way, you’ll be happy to know that J!NX clothing has launched their Overwatch collection which includes tees, hoodies, hats and accessories featuring Winston, Tracer, and 76.

I think I’m gonna need that Overwatch hoodie, but all of it looks pretty cool.

Check out more from the collection below.

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A few weeks ago we featured a video in which Mythbusters alum Grant Imahara teamed up with Allen Pan (whom you may recall as the guy that built a Mjolnir replica only he could lift) for a friendly Civil War-inspired build competition.

Namely, they set out to build “real” versions of Iron Man’s gauntlet and Cap’s shield. See how they turned out in the video below.

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My Dragon Spirit is selling these beautiful, colorful silk satin dragon scarves that will make just about any ensemble 100% more interesting.

They will also increase your likelihood of getting into Game of Thrones conversations by 1000%.

Check out more examples below.

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wonder woman beauty

We teased Walgreens Wonder Woman Beauty Collection back in March, but today it got official. From the press release:

With a colorful kick of girl power, the Wonder Woman Beauty Collection includes a full range of heroically themed cosmetics, including Goddess LipsLipstick, Strawberry Empower-Mint Lip Balm, Paradise Eye-landEyeshadow, and An Eye For Justice Eyeliner, as well as Grace and PowerNail Polish Set, Comic Beauty Book and Amazonian Bronze beauty sets. A variety of accessories will also be featured in the collection, including a four-piece hair accessory bundle, five-piece make-up brush set and a make-up tote.

Fans can pick up the Wonder Woman Beauty Collection in select Walgreens stores throughout the country and available online, beginning this week.

At the time of writing, the complete Wonder Woman collection wasn’t fully available on the Walgreens website, but we did find more of it on

Check out the full press release below.

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The following guest post/tutorial is by Gillian Conahan, editor for McCall’s Vogue Patterns Magazine.

If you’re making a gothic gown for your themed wedding, cosplay, or alternative fashion event, you need the right accessories to finish it off. And what could be more appropriate than a matching bouquet? All you need are a few silk flowers and some basic supplies, and you’ll have a gorgeous lasting memento of the occasion. Read on to see how you can create your very own customized floral accessory.

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dyson supersonic

Dyson has built a high-tech empire out of sucking and blowing air. So moving into the hair dryer space seems like a natural progression from vacuums, hand dryers and fans.

Enter the $400 Dyson Supersonic.

For such a “simple” device, Dyson put in an extraordinary amount of money and effort. Apparently, the process took four years, involved 103 engineers, 600 prototypes and a price tag of $71 million.

All that and I can’t even ride it around town on a stream of hot air.

However, the Supersonic was designed to be super light, super fast, and very quiet. With a price tag that clocks in at $400, it had damn well better leave my wife’s hair smooth and glossy—because she’s going to want this thing. She’ll point to how much I spend on frivolous gadgets and, well…that will be that.

The Supersonic will launch exclusively in the US at Sephora in September.

Check out the video below for more about the features.

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fake nail stockings

I don’t know whether this idea is genius or super genius, but leave it to Japan to come up with it.

Belle Maison has created stockings with pre-painted toenails in a variety of colors and designs. Don’t have time to get a pedicure? No problem!

Plus, they’re fitted to each toe, so you don’t have to worry about your “nails” moving around too much.

Take a closer look below.

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