I Want That!

How rare it is for me to make two blog entries in the same day! And just hours apart too! I browse the internet all the time and I find stuff I find interesting all the time but sometimes, I find something so eye-catching that I just want to tell someone. That’s why I blog. =)
Have you ever watched a movie and saw something you liked and said “I want that!”? It happens to us all the time…or, at least, it does to me.
Did you guys watch Iron Man 2? If you haven’t, shame on you! It’s great if you like movies about Marvel characters and awesome tech. Iron Man 2, just like Iron Man, had amazing eye-popping technologies here, there and everywhere that just made me go “I want that!!” The same goes for the props in the movie. It’s all classy and modern. But one particular object stood out to me the most…the most realistic thing in the movie that made me go “I WANT!!!” And, if you saw the movie too, you just might have thought the same thing.
Throughout this scene, I was just wishing they could focus on the double pendulum continuously swinging on Pepper Potts’ desk!
Remember that? It’s called a Double Pendulum. ThinkGeek calls it a Swinging Stick Kinetic Energy Sculpture and sells it for a whopping $239.99. Wow. Sometime in the future, I’ll get one. Hopefully. It’s so magnificently hypnotising.
One day, when I have my own office or desk or home somewhere in the world, I’ll own one of these. I hope.
There’s just one more thing I would love to have on my desk, near a windowsill: the Classic Radiometer.
When I first saw it, I thought it was interesting. It certainly caught my attention. The little blades inside spin when exposed to light in a process called thermal transpiration. Science is so awesome. I stopped with the physics two years ago so I’ll not go into that.
Where did I see it? I first saw it in Wong Fu Productions’ short “When Five Fell” and in some of their previous shorts as well.
Little things like these make me happy. Once it’s interestingly unique, I can’t help but like it.
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