Imagine a roller coaster that has no motors or winches. Instead, you must use your brute strength to pedal your way along its rails. One that is four stories high, with no guard rail, and the only thing keeping you in your seat is a seat belt.
Earlier this week was Sony’s Ghostbusters Day celebration, as the first film was released on June 8, 1984. So naturally Build-A-Bear Workshop unveiled a new Ghostbusters line to commemorate the occasion. It was only a matter of time.
One thing that robots have trouble with is walking through crowds. It comes very naturally to humans, but robots, not so much. Well, a team from Stanford University is working on making robots that can move alongside humans.
This 7-person tricycle comes to us from the world’s most useful store, Hammacher Schlemmer. It seats six people too many. This thing is a nightmare because you all have to face each other and interact while you are all dressed like nerds, while everyone else is watching your group as you head to work.
So how does a crazy YouTuber who likes to blow stuff up celebrate his three-millionth subscriber? YouTuber Colin Furze went all Imperial and created a Death Star filled with 5,000 fireworks. This should be fun.
This tops all of his other inventions as this Death Star explodes, without the help of an X-Wing firing on its exhaust port, in a spectacular 20 seconds.
We have seen some awesome Fallout 4 cosplay in the past with that dude that dressed up like Nick Valentine with such accuracy that it looked like a rendering from the game. Another Fallout 4 cosplayer has hit the nail right on the head with this Hancock cosplay.
BB-8 is everywhere. He is the true star of The Force Awakens. The latest merch to feature a likeness of the lovable droid is this talking BB-8 that’s designed to live in your refrigerator.
This little guy can detect the refrigerator’s door opening, and brings the droid to life with more than 20 pre-loaded audio files.
One of the better video game controller that Mattel tried early on was the Nintendo Power Glove. It was very innovative for its time, but naturally it didn’t always function as well as we would have liked.
if you really have trouble waking up to a conventional alarm, maybe you should try something different. Perhaps you need something like the Pavlok. It’s wearable accessory that you control using your smartphone or tablet computer, and can be used to deliver a small electric shock.
Anyone who has ever held onto the dream of climbing into a personal VTOL aircraft that can take them where they want to go has to be excited at the idea of the EHang 184 automated aircraft that we talked when it showed up at CES 2016.
You can never have too many tools on you. But since we don’t have unlimited pockets, we can’t carry them all. Plus tools are heavy. That’s why multi-tools are so awesome. They let you carry an assortment of tools in a small space.
Lots of people love McDonald’s McNuggets. You know what’s even better than an unnaturally shaped piece of formed chicken parts? Getting a golden McNugget. Yes, McDonald’s Japan is giving away an 18-carat, 50 gram gold McNugget worth roughly $1500.
Most of my fashion choices revolve around buying things that don’t require ironing. I can’t say that I have ever folded a shirt before, I hang them or cram them in a drawer and then use copious amounts of wrinkle spray and the dryer to get them sort of wrinkle free.
Check out this custom Super Mario Bros. themed plumbing job from gamer Troy Goho. It sits beneath his kitchen sink, and features Bowser and Mario standing on drain pipes that have been painted green to look like the warp pipes from the Mushroom Kingdom.