Finally, after years of being stuck as a concept, the Yamaha Tesseract, or at least some form, may be headed to production. So far, we know that it's powered by a V-twin engine with dual shafts driving the rear wheels instead of chains, which leads us to believe that Yamaha is actually developing this machine. A similar vehicle was recently spotted at a track event held by the company, and it definitely looks promising. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including five tips for faster Wi-Fi.
X-Dragon's 10,000mAh Solar Power Bank goes anywhere, and can be used to charge two mobile devices simultaneously, all for $17.99 shipped, today only. It can "charge the iPhone 6 three-plus times, iPhone 5S four-plus times, Galaxy S5 for two-plus times, and an iPad Mini one-plus times," according to the company. Best of all, you can recharge the power bank using the sun in emergencies. Product page. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The innovative Cardok underground parking system doesn't look out of place when not in use, but at the push of a button, a Batcave-inspired parking space is revealed. Simply drive your vehicle into the Cardok space, hit the remote switch, and its four hydraulic actuators lowers your vehicle safely into the ground. Available in Mono and Multi sizes, the latter gives you the option to park 4 of your vehicles underground. Click here to view the first image in this week's geeky life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a bizarre restaurant for singles in Korea.
Powered by two lightweight brushless 2000W electric motors, the LEIF eSnowboard delivers power to ride in any direction - forward, backwards, sideways and uphill - like you would a traditional snowboard. It can achieve speeds up to 20 mph, complete with a wireless remote that has a thumb slider to control the cylinders. The board weighs in at 15-pounds and good for 8-miles on a single charge. Continue reading for three more videos and additional information.
Easy Sushi is touted as the "ultimate sushi roller" and easily slides right into your pocket (3.5cm in diameter, 24cm in length). Made from food-grade plastic in France, this device creates professional-looking rolls in minutes, thanks to special polypropylene traction film, and can be used by novice to connoisseur. Get one here now. Continue reading for two videos showing it in-action.
There are drones, and then "Swarm", a "super drone" / "manned aerial vehicle" powered by 54 counter-rotation propellers and six grouped control channels with Hobbyking stabilization. To protect the pilot, a polycarbonate dome was installed. The craft has a maximum take-off weight of approximately 362-pounds and can remain in the air for about 10 minutes on a single charge. Continue reading for a video on the latest in military drone technology.
The $1.5-million Deepflight Dragon could be the ultimate gadget for thrill seekers. Powered by an underwater lithium battery pack good for 6-hours of cruising, the two-person submersible measures 16.4 feet long, 6.2 feet wide, and has been designed for easy piloting. Special Dive Manager software monitors all of the sub's critical functions, and sets the depth limit for the dive, letting you enjoy the scenery, while an automatic stabilization system keeps it level during pitch and roll. That's not all, it can hover in the water, in addition to diving down up to 400-feet. Continue reading for a full video review, more pictures and additional information.
This R2-D2 USB Car Charger just might be the droid you're looking for, and it comes complete with rotating head, light-up eye and sound effects. "With him plugged into your 12V vehicle power adapter (cigarette lighter), you can get 2.1 Amps through each of his USB charging ports, which is enough to charge two tablets or smartphones or, well, pretty much anything that charges via USB," according to ThinkGeek. Get one here now. Continue reading for another hands-on video and more information.
Unlike other electric motorcycles, the 2015 Zero S boasts an air-cooled motor that produces 54-horsepower and 68 lb-ft of torque, good for a top speed of 95 mph, and 185-miles on a single charge (costs between $1.00 - $1.70 USD to recharge). The company spared no expense when it came to safety, as its aircraft-grade aluminum twin-spar frame has a low center of gravity for excellent maneuverability, designed to accommodate a lockable and removable storage compartment for increased functionality. It sits on Showa suspensions, a 41mm inverted cartridge fork with adjustable spring preload, compression and rebound damping, complemented by a 40mm piston piggy-back reservoir rear shock with adjustable spring preload, compression and rebound damping. Continue reading for a full review and more information.
Always wondered what James Bond's wine cellar looks like? If so, then look no further than these Spiral Wine Cellars. This storage solution can be installed just about anywhere, homes and restaurants included. Each one is a concrete constructed, watertight cylindrical system that comes equipped with a trapdoor at the top for easy access. The system uses a special ventilation system to store your wine - up to 1,870 bottles - at optimum temperature, humidity and darkness. Continue reading for two more videos and pictures.