Destiny Crota’s End Raid Complete By Single Player (video)


Originally designed for six players the difficult Destiny Crota’s End raid encounter included with the The Dark Below DLC has been completed single-handedly by Destiny player “sc Slayerage” who completed the campaign in just 33 minutes.

Watch the video below to see how the Crota’s End was completed using a combination of Hunter class abilities allowing him remain hidden from hordes of enemies in his quest.

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NuDown Jackets Keep You Warm using Air


When it comes to jackets for winter weather, how thick they are depends on where in the world you live. If you live in the frozen wastes, you need a thick jacket to keep you warm. Often those thick jackets are filled with down or something called Primaloft. Whatever is inside, they are bulky and difficult to pack away when you travel.

A company called NuTech has unveiled a new line of jackets called NuDown that promises to be very thin, yet keep you warm using nothing but air for insulation. The jacket in the image is an old model, the new version promises to ditch the bubble look and go with something smoother.

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OneRNG Open Source Entropy Generator Hits Kickstarter (video)

Entropy Generator

Anyone concerned with security might be interested in a new open source entropy generator that has been created by Paul Campbell at Moonbase Otago called OneRNG.

OneRNG has been created specifically to generate random numbers that your system can use for cryptography and is completely open source, secure but hackable and is now available to back over on the Kickstarter crowdfunding website looking to raise $10,000.

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YouTube Gif Creator Now Being Trialled By Google On Select Channels

YouTube GIF creator

A GIF creation feature has been requested for some time by YouTube users and it seems that Google has finally taken the idea on board and has now started trialling a new YouTube GIF creation option that is now included on select YouTube channels.

The awesome new YouTube GIF creation feature allows you to share a snippet of a video entering the start time and end time as well as adding overlaying text if desired

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Pyro Fireball Launcher Shoots Fireballs Up To 30ft From Your Wrist (video)

Pyro Fireball Launcher

A new professional illusion device has been created called the Pyro Fireball Launcher, that has been specifically designed over the last two years to allow the wearer to launch fireballs up to a distance of 30 ft directly from the wrist mounted launcher.

The new Pyro Fireball Launcher wrist worn device is now available to purchase for $174, and is capable of firing up to 4 fireballs from 4 individually triggered barrels and can be seen in action in the video below.

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Chrome Experiment Transforms Wikipedia Into Virtual Galaxy Called WikiGalaxy (video)


A very unique Chrome experiment has been launched this week, created by French computer science student Owen Cornec. Who has redesigned the user interface of Wikipedia in the form of a virtual galaxy that has been named the WikiGalaxy.

The WikiGalaxy takes the form of a special Wikipedia browser that has been created to visually display the content of the huge website as a 3D galaxy, that can be explored by users. Watch the video after the jump to learn more and see this interesting project in action.

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Tagsu The Digital Wearable, Programmable Wondertag (video)


The new hardware device which started as a bit of a joke, as this month launched over on the Indiegogo crowdfunding website looking to raise $20,000 to help manufacture the new wearable and programmable Tagsu Wondertag.

The Tagsu Wondertag takes the form of a programmable message tag which has been designed to make it easier to start a conversation and do so in an innovative and creative way. By not taking itself too seriously but generating serious interest, bringing people together say its creators.

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3D Printer Plays ‘The Imperial March’ From ‘Star Wars (video)

3D Printer

We have featured many 3D printers here on Geeky Gadgets over the last few years, as well as also featuring floppy drives that have been rigged to be able to play tunes such as ‘The Imperial March’ from ‘Star Wars.

Now one intrepid 3D printer owner has been able to rig their 3D printer stepper motors to play the iconic Imperial March from the Star Wars films, providing a much more enhanced audio version when compared to the floppy drives, check it out after the jump.

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Tokyoflash Kisai Vortex Pocket Watch (Video)

pocket watch

Some of our readers will remember the Tokyoflash Kisai Vortex watch that we feature on Geeky Gadgets a few months ago, and now the guys from Tokyoflash have launched a new version of the watch in the form of a pocket watch.

The Tokyoflash Kisai Vortex pocket watch blends traditional design with modern technology, and it features an LCD touchscreen display, have a look at the video below.

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The Alchemist Kit Lets You Create DIY Matter Using Physicochemical Phenomena (video)

The Alchemist Kit

Any budding young chemists that would like to be able to create their own DIY matter, might be interested in a new Alchemist Matter Kit created by Laurence Humier.

The Alchemist Matter Kit has been designed to teach both children and adults alike how to create DIY matter through physicochemical phenomena. To learn more about this phenomena and the kit in general watch the video after the jump.

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