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This is the coolest watercraft I’ve ever seen, now you can be a dolphin!~ 🙂
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We’ve received word that a respected member of our tech community, James Kim (whom many of you may know as CNET’s senior editor of digital audio), and his family have gone missing. As we understand it, last weekend James, his wife Kati (above right), and his very young girls Penelope (left) and Sabine (baby), drove from their home in the SF Bay Area to Seattle. They were expected back some time Sunday, bu
Check out these guys smashing on their new shovercrafts! Awesome DIY on how to make one too.
Get your motors running, put your safety helmet, ear protection and safety glasses on, steady your fire extinguishers and prop open your first aid kit… Now you’re ready for he ultimate in diy sports – Shovercraft! Combining all
Here’s a look back at some of our cool and idiotic DIYs. Maybe you can digg up some ideas for the winter holidays:
OR you can goto this link to view in pictures:
(Come to think of it, we could probably hack some of our DIYs together and make a Nintendo Wii wireless controller)
You gotta check out the supposedly $50,000 personal helicopter. It is now becoming more and more practically for people to actually own a personal helicopter. The only thing is, it doesn’t look like it’s too sturdy for any kind of bad wheather. Well, looks are not everything, maybe it will perform under pressure.
Watch as this crazy guy trainsurfs at 300kilometers per hour, that’s about 200 mph!!! He seems to be using some type of stick-on device…
This stunt was performed by a German kid called the trainsurfer. He sure makes it look really easy and not dangerous at all. But the ICE trains are made to reach top speeds of 330 km/h.
Check out the tow motorcycle:
What you’re looking at here is a Honda Goldwing motorcycle with a special attachment you’re not going to find as an option at any dealership. The Towcycle (probably not its actual name) is capable of a very impressive transformation that would make any Autobot proud. A large mechanism on the back of the bike unfolds via a series of pistons and motors to reveal a trailer that can actually be used to tow cars.
Now keep in mind the Towcycle is probably no where near as versati