Month: September 2019

Wash your car at home – Save money and get your car clean

Today we take a look at home car wash equipment. Over the past 10 months I have washed our Model X at least once a week using a car wash kit I purchased from Amazon. In the video, we cover which products are worth using, and which you can live without. The goal here is …

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Is the upcoming GoPro Hero 8 the ultimate Vlogging camera?

Today we take a look at some of the rumored features of the upcoming GoPro Hero 8 including: 8K video recording 4K 120 frame per second recording Media Kit Front-facing display Which of these features are likely to make it into the final product? Check out the video for my opinion. The Hero 8 leaks …

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Tesla Plaid mode and a new track record

What’s faster than light speed? Ludacris! What’s faster than Ludacris? Plaid. What’s faster than Plaid? Nothing! This is the message coming from the official Tesla twitter account, and it’s a detail we could have easily overlooked. Less than 24 hours ago, Tesla announced a new Laguna Seca lap record that’s a full minute faster than …

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Tesla software update 2019.32.1 [emergency lane departure, software updates, new language support, and wheel configurator]

Woke up to my favorite surprise yeaterday, a Tesla Software update. This time we got version 2019.32.1 on our Tesla Model X. This brings a few features already present for Model 3 owners like emergency lane departure avoidance, and also adds a couple of non safety-related features like a new wheel configurator, support for new …

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Building a Virtual Reality (VR) room part 2: Assembling a VR PC

We’re finally moving forward to part two of the Virtual Reality room build. In the first video, we planned out our space, set up the TV and soundbar, and bought the hardware necessary to run our HTC Vive. In this episode, we go through the process of actually assembling and building the hardware components, setting …

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