Stephen Hannard of ADGUG (Alien Disclosure UK) has once again discovered something most unusual amongst the hours of Curiosity footage sent back from Mars. Sitting on a rock baking in the sun appears to be a golden lizard.
With the front legs and paws casting shadows there appears to be a living form casting these shadows. Legs stretched out in front as it sits on its belly, head cranked up looking into the distance this is either an extremely unusual rock formation or an even stranger creature.
There is even more than a passing resemblance to the Egyptian Sphinx, sitting in exactly same pose but with a lizard like head instead of a lion. Could the Sphinx have been based on creature from another world?
Continue reading The Martian Golden Lizard, Rock Formation or Living Creature?
After much pomp and ceremony Sony has revealed their next generation PlayStation to the world, the PlayStation 4 has now moved from rumour to reality. With a captive audience of media types present the show got underway.
Now, days later the dust has settled and the details of the next generation PlayStation have become much clearer, free of rumour and innuendo.
Still the event wasn’t free of controversy; the absence of the console itself has had speculation running rife. Some media outlets are reporting that the hardware isn’t complete, while others are reporting Sony is holding back the big reveal for later in the year.
Continue reading The PlayStation 4 Unveiled, The Evolution of Gaming Sony Style…
The 3D printing revolution took an unexpected leap forward this week entering the world of the pen with the 3Doodler, the World’s first 3D printing pen. 3Doodler promises to add an entirely new dimension to sketches, art can now literally jump off the page.
3Doodler burst onto the scene as a brand new Kickstarter project, passing it’s $30,000 funding goal in just a few hours. Now a little over a month later it has collected nearly $150,000 in pledges. Currently just over 1,000 pens are still available for advanced order, they will sell out with days. The first production run of 3Doodlers will ship in September while a second shipment in October will be required to complete the Kickstarter orders.
Like a hot glue gun with a 3D printing head installed the 3Doodler uses a string of ABS or PLA plastic that is fed through the back, heated by the 3D print head, coming out of the pen pliable allowing anyone to draw any object that comes to mind.
Continue reading 3Doodler the 3D Printing Pen, Drawing in Thin Air…
Samsung is keeping the pedal to the metal, pushing out new models of its monstrously popular Galaxy S series Smartphone as regular as a heartbeat. Rumours have reached a crescendo this week suggesting that the new Galaxy will be revealed within a month.
Website TechRadar has given the rumour mill a kick start reporting that they are in possession of a PDF containing the details of the upcoming Galaxy S phone. Other reports have also surfaced this week from Russian site Mobile-Review, reporting that Samsung will unveil its new Galaxy on March 14, the chatter is certainly picking up it seems.
Continue reading The Samsung Galaxy S4, the Release Cycle Continues Unabated…
Many of the greatest video’s of all time begin with ‘Please do not try this at home’, today’s video falls squarely in the middle of this category. John Cooper Works and the Monster Rally have teamed up to perform the impossible, a full backflip in a car, calculated insanity that is truly warning worthy.
Often the statement please do not try this at home is more of a marketing ploy than safety warning but in this case be warned, no normal car is able to backflip and attempting such a feat will only lead to landing on your roof, while shortening your neck considerably, think frightened turtle..
French stuntman and Rally Raid world champion Guerlain Chicherit achieved the impossible stunt, leaping 12 meters straight up into the air, while flipping backwards only to land upright on the far side of a wall of snow.
Continue reading Mini Coopers Can Fly!!! Monster Gymnasts in a Car Perform a Full Backflip…
The EmDrive is the latest controversial technology to push our understanding of the laws of physics. A propulsion system that has no physical fuel or exhaust, no moving parts and seems to transgress many of Newton’s laws. Powered by electricity and microwaves the EmDrive is quickly dividing the scientific community.
Challenging the well established laws of physics is a risky pastime for scientists, a pastime that has only two logical outcomes; the laws are adjusted or the technology disappears.
Helping to support EmDrive (Electromagnetic Drive) against impossible odds the Chinese have built and demonstrated their variation that is already producing incredible results. Can they can see in the dawn of an entirely new space age?
Continue reading The EmDrive Relativity Engine: A New Dawn in Space Travel or Scientific Pipe Dream?
The rumour mill has been sent spinning at full speed once again, set alight by a series of pictures that appear to depict the controller for the soon to be released PlayStation 4. While a multitude of PS4 controller pictures have appeared in recent days the observant will have noticed two distinctly different controllers have been captured.
The initial picture that set chins wagging was published by Destructoid and appeared to be the prototype controller. This image spread quickly to a world hungry for PS4 facts. A second picture surfaced shortly after the first and appeared to be the finalised controller, sleek and simple in keeping with its DualShock heritage.
Sony nailed the controller from day one of the Playstation family, the latest DualShock looks to continue to build upon its families rich heritage while also delivering a high tech face lift.
Continue reading The PlayStation 4 Controller, DualShock Generation 4 Ready to Rock ‘n Roll…
Just as the Smartphone world seemed to have settled into Apple and Google camps two new competitors have appeared on the horizon, Ubuntu for Android and Tizen Linux. These two new upstarts are vying for the space inside our smartphones.
Both have very recently released new impressive versions of their operating systems that promise to give your smartphone a new personality, and both will have handsets ready during Q4 2013.
Complete convergence from smartphone to supercomputer is a dream held by many operating system (OS) developers. Canonical, the overseers of Ubuntu Linux, also dream of one OS to rule all hardware, Ubuntu for Android is the first step towards this grand dream.
Continue reading Linux for your Smartphone, Ubantu for Android and Tizen Linux Enter the Scene…
Warface, Crytek’s contribution to the free to play universe is calling for beta testers, applications are currently being taken for the closed beta prior to the games release. Like the testers in an amusement park the beta testers will be the first to see this new world and experience the many thrill rides.
Powered by Crytek’s outstanding CryEngine 3 Warface is a traditional first person shooter with highly detailed graphics and all of the game play features we expect from a modern first person shooter, a pleasant new standard for a free to play game.
Included for your viewing pleasure is the Trailer for Warface released at the PAX 2012 conference. Impressive graphics backed up by fast action gameplay make this trailer a must watch for first person shooter fans.
Continue reading Crytek’s Free to Play Warface Opens for Beta…
Gamers rejoice, the first of the next generation consoles will be revealed to the world shortly. Sony has sent out the invitations, limousines have been booked and journalist wait with pens at the ready.
All invited parties will be gathering in New York on February 20th, awaiting the spectacle that Sony has prepared. Expectations are high that this will become the disclosure event for the Sony Playstation 4.
Also included for your viewing pleasure is the short promo video attached to the invitation. A brief glimpse presenting the intro the event, Sony’s iconic button layout rendered as you have never seen before.
Continue reading The Sony Playstation 4 Reveal Event and the Story So Far…