The world's largest spokeless ferris wheel, built by Tianjin Craftsman Manufacture, has just been unveiled, and it's located on the Bailang River Bridge in Weifang, China. This massive structure has 36 carts that can transport up to 10 passengers each, complete with an integrated display, WiFi, and expansive views of East China's Shandong Province. It stands 145-meters tall and requires 28-minutes to complete a full rotation. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing what happens when you quench the thirst of a desert snake.
This $250-million Bel Air Mansion first hit the market a few months ago, but now here's a rare look inside. In addition to the $30-million car collection, it offers 12 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms, 3 kitchens, a giant home theater with first run movies, an infinity pool, swim-up bar, bowling alley, and even a helipad. Buyers will receive all the furniture, gadgets, wine, candy tubes, glass ping pong / billiards / Foosball tables, and yes, even the helicopter. 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 bizarre cyclops goat from India.
Shipping container homes are nothing new, but rarely do you come across one that is bathed in natural light, like this one, by Alternative Living Spaces. Priced at $40K and located in Las Vegas, Nevada, this 8' wide, 20' long container home boasts some unique features, like a handmade sliding barn door, old 1920's restored clothes drawer, and lots of cozy furniture to ensure a comfortable stay. lick here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing how much faster F1 cars really are compared to their road-going counterparts.
Sometimes, every person needs a break from the hustle and bustle. The False Bay Writer's Cabin could be considered the perfect getaway, blending serenity, comfort, and minimalism. When the trio of wooden slat decks are closed, it appears to be just a wood shed, but lower them down? You'll find 500-square-feet of living space, surrounded by floor-to-ceiling glass panes, complete with a small area in the back for a bathroom and kitchenette. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The OOD Mirrored Room appears to be a clever optical illusion at first, but these are prefabricated homes you can actually live in. The exterior features wood panel cladding and mirrored glazing, which provides expansive views of the lush forest, while the structure is made from steel. Inside, you'll find a custom-built bed, desk, chair, sink, toilet, and shower. All of the locks, lights, and temperature controlled remotely via smartphone. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for an oddly satisfying viral video of silicone rolling.
Giant sequoias may have a long lifespan, but when they do start to wither, the trees could be turned into skyscrapers of sorts. That's right, four designers have come up with an interest proposal, called "Tribute: The Monument of Giant," which is basically a building tucked inside hollowed-out trunks, keeping trees with rotted heartwood from crashing down. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
MUJI is known for their minimalistic, yet functional, items, and the MUJI Hut is no exception. Priced at $27,000 USD, this tiny house measures just 96-square-feet, and features floor-to-ceiling glass sliding doors, a single window in the back, and a patio in front for those warm summer nights. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
With the way things have been going lately, it's better to be safe than sorry, or at least if you're a millionaire. Priced at a whopping $17.5-million, this luxury underground doomsday bunker is essentially a 4-apartment property built to withstand a 20-ton nuclear blast. It's located near Tifton, Georgia, 45-feet below the ground, and its upper level features the executive apartments, while the lower level is equipped with all the amenities needed to maintain a post-apocalyptic society. That's right, there's a classroom, weapons room, and even a guest bathroom. Each one of the luxury apartments boasts two bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen, internet connectivity, a modern HVAC system, and living room. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Always wanted your own tiny Hobbit-style home? Magic Green Homes has just the living space for you, and at 400-square-feet, there's definitely more than enough room for comfort. Thanks to prefabricated vaulted panels manufactured with composite laminate materials, confined by walls in reinforced soil, it takes just three people to assemble the structure in three days, without heavy equipment. Best of all, you can purchase additional modules and expand as needed. Composite ducts, channels for electrical wiring, water pipes as well as mechanical ventilation ducts can be added to the shell at any point. 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 most bizarre visual glitches ever discovered in video games.
The Tetris-inspired "Pod Skyscraper" is not your typical building, as residents can order a ready-to-use modular home created by 3D printers located on the top floor. Once ordered, a crane directly lowers it into place. To ensure that the homes remain organized, an automated system calculates the exact position for each pod, while problem pods are dismantled immediately. Buyers can also choose to combine several pods into one, creating a penthouse suite of sorts. Businesses can also purchase the pods to use as small offices and / or commercial spaces. Click here to view the first image in this week's things that look like other things gallery. Continue reading for a viral video that shows what happens when you add water to a compressed block of soil.