The Q has done it again. After dishing out a host of odd vehicles, such as a walking bicycle, saw blade wheels bike and hoverboard with F1 wheels and tires, the man has created yet another odd transportation device that rolls on Formula 1 wheels and tires.
I get it why PlayStation 5 gets the design it has now. The designers were probably going for the radical look. I mean, after all, it is the “next-generation” console. But the look there is either you love it or hate it. There is no way to be neutral about it.
Xiao Qian Feng, the Chinese maker behind the wearable robot suit and Cyberpunk 2077’s Thermal Katana, has yet again blow our mind. This time, she has perfectly recreated a wearable mechagodzilla suit modeled after the mecha kaiju from Godzilla vs. Kong.
Here’s a “keyboard” that couldn’t be more apt in this day and age. Words, be it comments or information and whatnot, brashly sent over the internet sometimes could have explosive consequences and hence, it perfectly illustrates how words – the very thing that formed information – could be a weapon.
From the guy who made a Roomba scream and swear when it bumps into something comes the latest in robotic modification: a Boston Dynamics Spot that pisses… beer into cups.
If there is a country that has better understanding of off-roading, it would be Russia. If you search on our blog for “Russian ATV”, you will find a number of incredible all-terrain vehicles, including our all-time favorite, a motorcycle that floats called Taurus 2×2.
It does not matter which Iron Man suit from the MCU you pick. None will ever work in real life. Period. But there is one suit that is more impossible in real life than the rest and that’s the Iron Man Mark V aka Suitcase Armor… but that was what JLaservideo has made.
I’ll be honest. I have absolutely no idea what this wonderful creation does, but damn, the Solid State Volumetric OLED Display by maker/tinkerer/YouTube personality Sean Hodgins is so cool!
Building replicas machines and vehicles from the Star Wars universe is not new. But what we have seen were mostly projects by folks who had, you know, financial muscle (read: sponsors) to flex. That was not the case with these Star Wars fans in Russia, though.
You can not remember anything about Stargate, but no one will ever forget the Einstein-Rosen bridge portal device that enables near-instantaneous travel between two distant locations. The gate itself is just about as iconic as pop culture icons emerged in the 90s.