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The match ball for the 2017 Portuguese Cup final was delivered to the referee by a man on a drone. The man rode the spider-like drone around 70 metres in driving rain before landing by the match official near the halfway line and handing the ball over. Benfica won the game 2-1, beating Vitória de Guimarães and completing their 11th league and cup double. Continue reading...
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Old Mans Journey Broken Rules 4.5 stars Old people what are they good for? Your average game-playing millennial might not have many positive answers to this question as the long-held tradition of respecting and learning from your elders seemingly becomes more a thing of the past. But heres Old Mans Journey (for Android, iOS, PC and Mac), which shows us all a little of what its like to live a full and satisfactory life. Its available for computers, but...
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New rule: From now on, all sporting events must begin with an official bringing the game ball to the referee via the magic of drone-style hoverboard vehicles. That can be the only conclusion after watching the absolutely insane demonstration recorded at the Portuguese Cup Final on Sunday, which started with a man riding on air, Green Goblin style , and landing delicately in front of a ref to deliver the game's soccer ball. It was flawless. It was weird. It was what every sports event with a ball should have from this very moment on. Read more... More about Sports , Soccer , Drones , Hoverboard , and Entertainment
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New rule: From now on, all sporting events must begin with an official bringing the game ball to the referee via the magic of drone-style hoverboard vehicles. That can be the only conclusion after watching the absolutely insane demonstration recorded at the Portuguese Cup Final on Sunday, which started with a man riding on air, Green Goblin style , and landing delicately in front of a ref to deliver the game's soccer ball. It was flawless. It was weird. It was what every sports event with a ball should have from this very moment on. Read more... More about Sports , Soccer , Drones , Hoverboard , and Entertainment
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As you prepare for the return of Game of Thrones in just over a month, it may be helpful to recap some of the key plot points. To that end, a helpful series of illustrations have been posted by artist Hannes Sommer on YouTube showing us every death that has occurred on the show in cleverly executed drawings with mixed media. Of course, if you're not up to date on the latest episode, here's your Spoiler Alert warning because, yes, all the major character deaths are covered, and this video reminds us of just how creative each death was. Season 7 of Game of Thrones will arrive on July 16 at 9 p.m. ET on HBO. Read more... More about Art , Game Of Thrones , Game Of Thrones Season 7 , and Entertainment
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' And then you're a player, you don't want to even play in that game. You want to reclaim your mind and get it out of the hands of the cultural engineers who want to turn you into a half-baked moron consuming all this trash that's being manufactured out of the bones of a dying world.” ― Terence McKenna A new documentary called The Reality of Truth follows the journey of Zappy Zapolin, a wisdom seeker looking beyond the veil as he searches for a deeper understanding of consciousness and the role of psychedelics and spirituality. He is curious to access the tools available for us to understand the world(s) and various realities around us, and reveal the metaphors that may have been hidden in plain sight for centuries in various religious texts. Could part of the religious experience have to do with plant sacraments? The story begins with this question, and synchronicity allows the answers to become manifest as Zappy interviews various thought-leaders including Deepak Chopra , Ram Dass, Marianne Williamson, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, and Foster Gamble (to name a few) — then journeys to Peru with Michelle Rodriguez ( Fast and the Furious ) to participate in an ayahuasca ceremony.
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War is coming to Westeros in Game of Thrones Season 7 in a way we've never seen before . The new trailer and preview photos give us a hint of the damage that Daenerys' dragons could do in open combat against the Lannisters , and now that our Khaleesi is in the thick of the action, the producers promise , "there's a pace and urgency that's very palpable. This is the end game." But the Lannisters aren't the only ones causing trouble in Season 7 as the trailer teases, there's also Euron Greyjoy's armada, which could prove pivotal in the war to come, for one big reason... We're gonna need a bigger no, wait, this one seems fine. Image: hbo Read more... More about Hbo , Game Of Thrones , Spoilers , Game Of Thrones Season 7 , and Entertainment
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Getting bored while heating your dinner in a microwave? Famous YouTuber and inventor Colin Furze may just have a solution to this problem - the Play-O-Wave!
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Off the hop, we love portable consoles. To be clear, we don't just mean handhelds like the 3DS, or RetroPie builds, but when a maker takes a home console from generations past and hacks a childhood fantasy into reality that's amore. So, it's only natural that [Bill Paxton]'s GameCube re-imagined as a Game Boy Advance SP has us enthralled. Originally inspired by an early 2000's imagined mockup of a next-gen' Game Boy Advance , [Paxton] first tried to wedge a Wii disk drive into this build. Finding it a bit too unwieldy, he opted for running games off of SD cards using a WASP Fusion board instead. Integrating the controller buttons into the 3D printed case took several revisions. Looking at the precise modeling needed to include the L and R shoulder buttons, that is no small feat. Sadly, this GameCube SP doesn't have an on-board battery, so you can't go walking about with Windwaker.
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MALAYSIA'S badminton mixed doubles pair Tan Kian Meng and Lai Pei Jing pulled off an incredible racquet switch during a game and went on to win the rally. Tan and Lai were up against Japan's Yuta Watanabe and Arisa Higashin in the Group C tie at the Sudirman Cup in Gold Coast, Australia, on Wednesday. Halfway through their tie, 22-year-old Tan broke racquet string. Lai, 24, handed her racquet to him and dashed off court to get a new one. Tan was left alone to fend off the strong attacks from the Japanese pair for a while. Tan and Lai ended up winning that rally and the match 21-16, 16-21, 21-19. However, Malaysia lost the Group C tie 3-2 to Japan. Malaysian mixed doubles pair Chan Peng Soon and Goh Liu Ying pulled off a similar stunt when they had to switch racquets during a match at the 2015 SEA Games. Watch the video here:
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