T-Shirt shop has life-sized Lego Car

by Mark R

I have made a lot of Lego cars in my day, but this is the first Lego car that one could drive. Some guy decided that he wanted to drive one of his Lego cars, so he went and built one using gigantic Lego bricks. This is one of those times where I wish my Source had a lot more information about this than it does. We do know that …

Continue reading » T-Shirt shop has life-sized Lego Car

HumanCar can go 60 mph with just human power

by Mark R

This is the HumanCar, and it is a vehicle that does not require gas. Oh yes, I am not making this up. It is designed by Charles Greenwood, and it made by the user “rowing” to go forward, and it also has a back-up electric battery. Somehow, this allows the driver to reach speeds of up to 60 miles per hour. There is a video of this after the jump …

Continue reading » HumanCar can go 60 mph with just human power

Seabreacher X Submarine looks like a Shark

by Mark R

Seems like I’m always covering the mini-subs here on this site, and this is the latest, the Seabreacher X. It is essentially a submarine that is in the shape of a shark. If I were in the market to by a water submersible vehicle, then having it in the shape of a fish could be a selling point. You should watch the video after the jump, especially to see the …

Continue reading » Seabreacher X Submarine looks like a Shark

Vertrax skateboard has a tank tread with electric motor

by Mark R

I always like covering the latest in skateboard technology, perhaps it is because I used to have a skateboard, and I know its limitations. For example, if you are skating along, and you come to some grass or gravel, then you are picking it up and walking. After all, skateboard wheels are not exactly designed for all terrains. However, the Vertrax is. Designer Brian Lovett created this one with a …

Continue reading » Vertrax skateboard has a tank tread with electric motor

Tube Concept system of mass transit

by Mark R

Check out these people with their round wheel-shaped vehicles. It reminds me of this thing that General Grievous rode in that Star Wars Episode III movie. This is part of something that my Source calls the Tube Concept, and it is a revolutionary system of mass transit. It is similar to the Metropia that we reported on about a week ago. Essentially, every commuter has one of these vehicles, which …

Continue reading » Tube Concept system of mass transit

VuQube VQ3000 delivers mobile TV services just about anywhere

by Edwin

You know you’re a TV addict when you just can’t get your mind off the latest episode of your favorite TV series, even when you’re attending to something important like surgery of a state dignitary, or perhaps even when you’re supposed to give a speech that will galvanize the rest of your company into becoming the best there is. If such an addiction cannot be weaned off, you might want …

Continue reading » VuQube VQ3000 delivers mobile TV services just about anywhere

Pedal-Powered Submarine, the Scubster

by Mark R

Nothing like personal submarines to make me dream of a wonderful underwater playland. We’ve covered a lot of them in the past like the Marion Hyper-sub powerboat, the Nautilus VAS Luxury submersible, even Richard Branson’s underwater plane, the Nymph. The last one was a yellow submarine that two people could live in. This yellow one is built for one, but it is unique because it is pedal powered. Granted, I …

Continue reading » Pedal-Powered Submarine, the Scubster

Glass-Bottom Hot Air Balloon ride lets you walk on air

by Mark R

I realize that glass bottom boat tours can be pretty fun, but this is the first time that I have seen this concept be applied on a aircraft. I’m going to assume that an ordinary plane (or even extraordinary plane) can’t land with a glass bottom. I mean, it would shatter on touchdown! I don’t think this rule applies to a hot air balloon. Christian Brown, the creator of this …

Continue reading » Glass-Bottom Hot Air Balloon ride lets you walk on air

Top Categories
Latest Posts
Subscribe to Newsletter