Are you tired of tossing your own salad? Sorry if that sounded too personal. I’m just trying to introduce you to the Useless Salad Robot. It is a 3D-printed machine that tosses, mixes, and warms salads, but maybe not in the most practical way.
Remember when The Backyard Scientist Kevin Kohler sliced through stuff with his rocket knife? Good times. Cool as that was, he knew he could do better, so he has now launched a 1,000° red hot rocket knife at a bunch of stuff just to see what would happen.
This is a sight that you don’t see everyday. Bananenbuurman built a LEGO train set, then mounted a camera on the locomotive, and recorded its journey through the back yard and into a long underwater tunnel with plenty of fish.
Look at this awesome creature. This real hedgehog is escaping some sort of explosion, and he’s in legit “no f*cks given” mode. He isn’t even running. He didn’t even blink. Something’s blowing up… whatevs.
Cool hedgehogs don’t look at explosions
I suspect maybe the hedgehog blew up something back there.
At some point or another we have all imagined what the explosion inside of a combustion engine looks like. That’s because engines are fascinating, and you unfortunately can’t see inside of them while this is happening.
You have to love The Slingshot Channel’s Joerg Sprave. He comes up with all kinds of crazy DIY weaponry. This time around he’s created a fully-automatic crossbow. This has been a dream of many a weapon loving geek and now it actually exists.
The Backyard Scientist is back and his latest project involves a killer knife that will slice through anything because it is traveling on a track at 150 MPH. Pretty scary, but also pretty awesome.
The idea was to recreate his favorite Mythbusters’ experiment where they sliced a car (and a boat) in half with a rocket sled.
Two of the most frustrating things that I played growing up were Super Mario Bros. and the Rubik’s Cube. As a kid in the ’80s you were guaranteed to get at least one Rubik’s Cube each Christmas or birthday.
What’s inside of a 4K camera? Who knows? four “Ks” maybe. Whatever that is. It is a mystery wrapped in an enigma and shrouded in a riddle. Well, if you have ever pondered that question, now is your chance to find out the answer.
Have you ever ridden a skateboard made from toilet paper? It’s the sh*t! Lauri and Anni Vuohensilta, the fine folks behind the Hydraulic Press Channel have published a video on one of their other YouTube channels showing their hydraulic press smashing rolls of toilet paper into a hard, long board.
AWEme loves to make fan’s dreams come true for everyone, except me apparently. I’m not jealous though. No really, it’s cool. The latest from their Super-Fan Builds series has them building an awesome Dungeons & Dragons table for a fan of the classic RPG.
When I was a kid, I had to fold my own paper airplanes with my own two hands. You kids have it easy with your fancy paper plane folding machine guns. All you have to do is stick 200 sheets of A5 paper into the back of this weapon, and instead of firing bullets when you pull the trigger, it will unleash a barrage of up to 120 paper airplanes every minute.
Do you like to watch things get destroyed, or maybe just have a grudge against iMacs? Then this video is for you. In this clip, we see the Slow Mo Guys destroying an old iMac with a blast traveling at over 4,000 miles per hour from a combustion tube.
ASUS just held an event in Taiwan announcing the availability of its Zenbo robot. Starting on January 1st, customers in the country can get their own Zenbo robot for between $620 and $780(USD). At the launch event, ASUS did something that is simultaneously cute and terrifying.