This video shows us the method to do a 360 flip on a tech deck fingerboard. In a 360 flip the board rotates and exactly flips once before landing. Put your middle finger slightly of the side at the tip of the tail of the tech deck. Put your index finger between the tech deck l ...more
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In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do a kick-flip on a fingerboard/Tech Deck. Begin by setting the fingers into a Ollie position with the middle finger on the tail and the index finger behind the bolts of the board. Pop the tail down and slide the middle finger on th ...more
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to do an Ollie on a fingerboard/Tech Deck. Users will only be using two fingers, the middle and index finger. Place the middle finger on the tail and the index finger near the bolts of the board. Now pull the board back, pop the tail d ...more
Learn to do a 180 nosegrind on a Tech Deck miniature toy skateboard.
Learn how to do an ollie on a Tech Deck minature, toy skateboard.
How to do a Backside 180 Kickflip on a Tech Deck miniature toy skateboard.
Learn to do a Backside Lip Bigspin Out on a Tech Deck miniature toy skateboard.
Lear how to do a Frontside Nosegrind and a Frontside Nosegrind Nollie 380 Shuv-it on a Tech Deck miniature toy skateboard.
Learn how to do Frontside NoseBlut, a Frontside Tailslide Kickflip Out into a transition, and a Frontside Bluntslide Kickflip Out on a Tech Deck miniature toy skateboard.
If you're into fingerboarding, then you're going to want to watch this video tutorial to see how to improve your fingerboard skills. Watch to learn how to make your Tech Deck fingerboard wheels roll smoother. With just a little sandpaper your finger-skateboard will be smoother ...more
To perform a kick flip, you'll need to be able to ollie. Be careful not to spin too much, or you won't be kick flipping correctly. Learn how to perform a kick flip on a fingerboard tech deck by watching this video training tutorial.
In this how-to video, you will learn how to build a mini skate park quarter pipe for your tech-deck. First, you will need a hot glue gun, a coat hangar, cardboard, a manila folder, and scissors. First, cut the frame for the pipe. Next, glue a support for the bottom of the thre ...more
This is a video tutorial in the Hobbies & Toys category where you are going to learn how to build a Tech Deck quarter-pipe. For this you will need hot glue gun, hot glue sticks, coat hanger, cardboard, card and scissors. First cut out the three pieces of the frame out of the c ...more
This video shows you how to make a tech deck quarter pipe. You will need the following materials: wood pieces, cardboard, a small metal bar, glue, and scissors. The first thing you will need to do is cut out the base, this requires cutting out three equal parts (as seen in the ...more
Tech Deck videos demonstrates how to do ramp tricks on a Tech Deck fingerboard. Any trick that you learn can also be performed on a ramp. A rock to fakey is the easiest ramp trick. Ride up, touch the lip of the board to the ramp, balance the center of the board on the edge, ta ...more
Fingerboards are miniature skateboards that have become popular collectibles. They first hit stores in the 1970s, and today there are fingerboarding contests, fairs and workshops all over the world. You can buy fingerboards, or you can get creative and make them yourself. In t ...more
Improve those fingerboard or tech deck skills by learning some new moves. This video tech deck tutorial shows how to perform a Shove It, Ollie, Nollie, Slide, Grind, Flip, and Ramp on the fingerboard. The right touch is all it takes to keep from wiping out. Start watching and ...more
Learn how to do a Nollie and a Noliie Nosegrind on a Tech Deck miniature toy skateboard.
If you're into fingerboarding, then you're going to want to watch this video tutorial to see how to improve your fingerboard skills. Watch to learn how to make a wooden fingerboard. With just a few materials, your finger-skateboard will be up and running in no time. Supplies: ...more
Where were you in 1993? Thinking about starting a tech company? Starting elementary school? Awaiting a 1996 Daft Punk party after which you would be conceived? It's been eighteen years, but the game that solidified my dorkdom for good is still coming out with new sets, still f ...more
Russian phone customizer Caviar — you might have heard of the blinged-out iPhone 6s Pokemon GO phone they released a few months back — is taking on international relations with their newest product. To commemorate the G20 summit currently ongoing in Hamburg, Germany, Caviar i ...more
Do price tags on mobile games give you pause? We get it. With so many freemium games out there, it's tough to justify spending three or four dollars on a game for your iPhone or Android device. That's why you wait for moments like this one, as both "Reigns" and "Reigns: Her Ma ...more
They say if you don't believe, you don't receive. Therefore, I'll choose to believe that this holiday season, Santa's elves have learned how to code in Unity and leverage ARKit to deliver these jolly AR apps for helping children of all ages virtually decorate their homes. On ...more
Last week it was announced that Waymo, the former Google Self-Driving Car project, had graduated from Alphabet's X innovation center. This graduation had been in the cards for many months with senior members of the project team and X hinting that it would be soon. John Krafci ...more
Considering Rovio Entertainment quite literally owes its existence to Apple and the App Store, it may ruffle a few feathers that the company has opted to aim the augmented reality debut of its blockbuster Angry Birds franchise at Magic Leap instead. Developed in partnership w ...more
Google Calendar is a cornerstone of the Google Suite, perhaps second only to Gmail itself. Whereas email is constantly plagued by phishing attacks, as of yet, the calendar is a relatively untapped social engineering attack vector. But it's relatively easy for an attacker to in ...more
The holidays are stressful. Between traveling, family, and dinner, Thanksgiving weekend can feel like weeks. Many families have traditions that make the days long, but some of us would rather curl up somewhere and watch our favorite shows. But all is not lost — our phones do s ...more