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Triumph Ghost

Inspired by the Lotus C-01, the futuristic Triumph Ghost motorcycle by Australia-based Smoked Garage is based on a 2005 Triumph "Speed Triple" bike, and boasts an upgraded cooling system, frame geometry, as well as a full aluminum body. What really sets this bike apart from its donor is the five piece aluminum frame joined together with flush mounted bolts. Other features include: a custom tail, complete with an integrated LED light, revamped front grille, and updated air scoops to improve cooling. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a Nerf dart breaking the sound barrier.

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Photo credit: Bored Panda

LEGO bricks can be found in all shapes and sizes, but rarely do you find use for them outside of display purposes. However, these creative geeks aim to change that with these custom creations, like this key / cable / accessory holder. Simply put, all you need is to secure a small base plate onto a table or other flat surface, attach a few minifigs and / or bricks onto a keyring, and you're set to organize. Continue reading for more geeky ways to use LEGO bricks. Click here for a few bonus images.

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Logitech Harmony Smart Control

Logitech's Harmony Smart Control lets you ditch the remote, and control home entertainment devices directly with your smartphone, all for $69.99 shipped, this weekend only, originally $129.99. The Harmony Hub combined with a powerful app give you personalized control of up to eight devices - even through closed cabinets and walls. Plus, you get a simple Harmony remote for everyone in the house when your smartphone isn't handy. Product page. Continue reading for a hands-on video and more information.

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Bruder Camper


Why bother with expensive hotels, or the hassle of booking an AirBnB, when you could just stay in a Swiss Army Knife-inspired Bruder 'EXP 6' off-road camper? This solar-powered trailer is perfect for a family of four, boasting a queen-sized bed up front, a convertible sofa bed in the middle, while offering suspended bunk beds to sleep up to six people. Other features include a table that can be mounted inside or outside, a swiveling LED HD display, corner bathroom with toilet, shower, drop-down washbasin, and toiletry storage. On the exterior, you'll find a kitchen that comes equipped with a stainless steel sink and diesel cooktop. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny autocorrect texts gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a woman casually strolling down the street and creating an incredible loop track.

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Asteroid Skyscraper

Why bother with space elevators, when you could be staying in a skyscraper that is suspended from an orbiting asteroid? Clouds Architecture Office's latest project, called "Analemma," is a skyscraper powered by space-based solar panels, and is capable of capturing water in a semi-closed loop system that draws from the moisture in clouds and rainwater. How does it work? Well, a large orbiting asteroid is first set on a figure-eight geosynchronous path that moves between the north / south hemispheres on a predictable daily loop. The skyscraper would then suspended from the asteroid using a high-strength cable, enabling residents to parachute down to work when the orbit slows, and gets closest to midtown Manhattan. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Virtual Reality Tennis Ball

Disney engineers have recently unveiled a system that enables users to accurately catch a real ball while immersed in a virtual reality environment, paving the way for future applications. It consists of three visualizations: rendering a matching virtual ball, the predicted trajectory of the ball, and a target catching point lying on the predicted trajectory. They track the projectile motion of a ball as it is being tossed, and use Unscented Kalman Filtering to generate predictive estimates of its motion. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of the king of fake cash.

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Dream Like Photos

Photo credit: Huseyin Sahin via Bored Panda

Artist Huseyin Sahin from Istanbul blends dream-like scenes with real photos to create surreal worlds straight from a fantasy movie. Whether it be a giant whale swimming in a cliff pool, or London's Big Ben reclaimed by nature and stuck in a mountain, you'll find the scenes in his digital manipulations series. Sure, they may just be layered images, but there's no denying that all of them get your imagination going. Continue reading for ten of his most liked pieces on social media. Click here for a few bonus manipulations.

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Gerber Curve

The Gerber Curve is a nifty little micro tool that packs seven functions in one, and it's being offered for just $8.34, today only, originally $16.16. The 1.25" drop point blade, medium and small flat head screwdrivers, philips screwdriver, fingernail file, and bottle opener all lock into place when needed. The Curve also includes a convenient carabineer clip, allowing you to easily attach it to a key chain or belt loop. Product page. Continue reading for another video review and more information.

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Blue Marble Titanic Expedition

Have $105,000 burning a hole in your pocket, and always wanted to see the RMS Titanic wreckage up-close? You're in luck. Blue Marble Private and OceanGate Inc. has planned an expedition in 2018-2019 that will take 9 passengers on an 8 day trip down to the sunken ship. A special titanium and carbon fiber submarine is being specially constructed to handle the immense pressures of the deep sea. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Rogue One being recut with A New Hope.

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Tree House Hotel

Photo credit: Chen Hao

This Minecraft-inspired "Qiyunshan Tree House" in China's Anhui Province is no computer-generated imagery, but rather a real structure designed by Bengo Studio. This three-story living space consists of a series of stacked timber blocks, and boasts two bedrooms, two bathrooms, as well as a living room, all connected together by spiral staircase. Climb up to the very top, and you'll be greeted with a 'landscape room' offering panoramic views of the surrounding forest. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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