The RipChair 2.0, designed by military engineers and brothers Howe & Howe, is built upon their patented Ripsaw tracked platform. Available in wheelchair or extended seat options, it combines power, ruggedness, durability, and maneuverability into a sturdy, easy-to-control platform. The user simply backs into the Ripchair, locks into place, and they're ready to roll. Under the hood, it sports a 27-horsepower gasoline engine, and controlled by a hydrostatic drive with electric controls. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the first image in today's viral picture gallery.
Grand Theft Auto V is already too crazy for some people, but imagine taking it to the next level with a motion simulator. That's exactly what a Force Dynamics employee did, when he loaded up the game on a $100,000 401cr force feedback motion simulator, which has the ability to rotate forever without 'winding up'. This machine two things no other simulator can: It provides a perfect one-to-one ratio between vehicle rotation and simulator rotation, and it can do so without washouts or any inverse forces. 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 world's brightest flashlight.
If looks could kill, this zombie-fighting Maybach Exelero definitely takes the cake. In addition to the 700-horsepower V12 engine, this car has been completely revamped to include tank tracks on the rear wheels, thick armor plating covering the passenger compartment, as well as a multipurpose bull-bar up front. Weapons wise, it boasts a hood-mounted cannon, two rear machine guns, and even a rocket launcher. Now the only problem we foresee is running out of fuel and / or ammunition. Continue reading for more cool gadgets and items.
The problem with most laptop stands is that you can't use them while lying down in bed, that is unless...you're talking about the Furinno Multi-Functional Laptop Stand. This accessory is perfect for nappers and can be set at multiple angles to fit any body position (adjustable from 11.25" to a full height of 22"), even lying in bed; just hold the button on the joints, change the position, and release the button to lock it in place. Its grooved table surface prevents slippage, and wrist guards are included for extra comfort. Despite weighing just 5-pounds, the stand can support up to 30-pounds. Continue reading for more gadgets and accessories for geeks who love napping.
Rasperry Pi 2 may be a pocket-sized computer, but it's definitely no slouch, and you can pick up the starter kit + Edimax WiFi for $64.99 shipped with coupon code: 5OFFRPI2, today only, originally priced at $139.99. It's powered by a 900-MHz Quad-Core CPU, 1GB of RAM, an Edimax EW-7811Un Wi-Fi Adapter, Kingston Class 10 Micro SD Card (8GB) w/NOOBS, and it even comes with a clear case so you can easily access all of its ports. Product page - be sure to enter coupon code: 5OFFRPI2 during final checkout to receive the additional discount. Continue reading to see a tiny Game Boy based on the Raspberry Pi 2.
First, there was Pyro, a device that enabled you to shoot fireballs from your wrist. Now, Ellusionist has unveiled Pyro Mini, which turns you into a real-life X-Men character, giving one the ability to shoot fireballs up to 40-feet from an open palm, at the push of a button. You won't need any batteries, as it boasts USB charging, and is good for 600-shots when fully charged. There's also the option of holding the remote or trigger down for a few seconds and shooting 2 fireballs at the same time. Continue reading for a video of the original Pyro.
Russell White, a car enthusiast from Texas, spent $100,000 building a custom street-legal "Rally Fighter" vehicle that can literally go anywhere, even to work. They started with the bare frame, supplied by Local Motors, and built the car to completion in just 30-days. "The engine is from a Corvette and the Camaro SS - it's got a 430 horsepower GM crank motor and 20 inches of travel suspension that allows for driving really fast in the desert. It has 420 foot pounds of torque, and passes all state emissions, comes with everything you need to install, run and get it on the road. The steering wheel is a Momo wheel, and the column is out of an F150," said White. Click here to view first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of Tony Hawk skating the first-ever horizontal loop.
Sony's MDR-XB950BT Extra Bass Bluetooth Headphones just might be the best value for your money today, and you don't have to wait until Black Friday for a deal, get a pair for $98 shipped, today only, originally priced at $199.99. Wireless freedom, sleek comfort, and unmistakable bass response add-up to an unforgettable audio experience. Connect via Bluetooth with NFC and let your music loose for up to 20 hours (battery life) anytime anywhere. 40mm drivers with electronic bass boost will add punch to your favorite tracks. Product page. Continue reading for another video review and more information.
Love camping, but hate the uneven ground and / or insects that may be crawling around? Pick up a Tentsile Flite. This four season tree tent can be strapped to a backpack when not in use, and then fully-assembled in 10-minutes. Don't let its construction fool you, this tent comfortably supports two full-sized adults, along with their gear, keeping both suspended in mid-air - up to a 485-pound load. Measuring 8' x 11' when set up, it offers 40-square-feet of floorspace and weights a mere 7.3-pounds. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information.
You don't need The Force to use this real-life lightsaber of sorts, as it works by just pushing a button. Developed by the US Air force and Energetic Materials & Products, the Tech Torch is basically a handheld tool that produces a blade-shaped 4,000° flame, capable of ripping through half-inch steel bars in seconds. "It works through a combination of chemistry and physics. The extremely high heat renders the steel to a molten state, and the force of the propulsion erodes the material very rapidly," said Stephanie Johnson, a research chemist and program manager at the lab. 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 explaining the science behind NERF blasters.