Taiwan-based Rough Crafts, lead by Winston Yeh, has unveiled their latest project, and it's based on a 2016 Scrambler Ducati. This fully-customized masterpiece now features Marzocchi forks sourced from a Panigale 1199, complete with blacked out tubes and 17-inch carbon BST wheels wrapped in Pirelli Rosso Corsa tires. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Taiwan-based Rough Crafts, headed by Winston Yeh, is famous for their custom motorcycles, and the "Iron Guerilla Harley Sportster Custom" is yet another blacked out masterpiece. Based on the 2009 Harley Davidson Sportster Iron 883, nearly ever single part has been either replaced or custom fabricated by Yeh's team. Continue reading for another video and more pictures.
The GausWheel Spirit Double Bass is what happens when you cross a skateboard with a bike, and riding it gets even more interesting. Simply put, you stand on it like a skateboard, propelling it with a foot, but with a singular handlebar with a brake, similar to a bicycle. Featuring a reverse penny-farthing layout, complete with a large 20" wheel on the back, and a smaller wheel towards the front. The body is entirely made out of transparent Polycarbonate, and it lights up to boot. Get one here now. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
This is not an optical illusion, just a real pixelated sculpture made entirely from wood by artist Hsu Tung Han. The block-shaped details were all hand-carved separately from the other parts of the sculpture to create the eye-popping effect. His latest project depicts a snorkeler underwater, with the wooden pixels representing the water that surrounds the man. Continue reading for more pictures.
McLaren partnered with LEGO to create a 1:1 scale 720S using 267,300 bricks. The car is estimated to weigh 1.6-tons (3,527-lbs), and was built around a steel frame, with a team of six people working for over 2,000 hours. It boasts real Pirelli P Zero CORSA tires, complete with silver 'Pirelli Color Edition' graphics. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
There are IMAX 3D theaters, and then 4DX, which lets viewers experience moving seats, wind, fog, rain, lightning, and even get tickled throughout films. "There's what we call a 'tickler' behind your calves. It's programmed during certain movements to go really fast back and forth so you feel a little vibration on the back of your legs. Our biggest market right now is China were we have over 50 screens right now," said Ken Thewes, Chief Marking Officer at Regal Entertainment Group to FOX Business. Continue reading for another video and more information.
The JetSurf Motorized Surfboard has just been updated, and now it can hit a top speed of 40mph while shredding the waves, thanks to a two-stroke 100cc engine. This hybrid jet-ski surfboard boasts a carbon fiber construction and has a fuel tank capacity that offers up to 45-miles of range, or 1.5-hours on the water. Riders control the throttle with an electronic leash, and can stop immediately via an emergency kill cord if necessary. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a cool Rube-Goldberg machine involving fire and dominoes.
Let's face it, online quizzes sometimes just make you scratch your head, especially when things go wrong, like on this one. Scoring a perfect 18 out of 18 just wasn't enough, so it required you to get a whopping 19 out of 18 correct just to pass. Unfortunately (or fortunately), that is just one of the many design FAILS that exist on the internet. Continue reading to see more. Click here for a few bonus images.
It's not too farfetched to believe that smartphones, tablets, desktops, and laptops will all be combined into a single device sooner than later. Upside Down PC gives us a first look at such a device, minus the portability of a smartphone. It transitions from laptop, to a tablet, workstation, and desktop computer in seconds. Featuring a 360° hinge, touchscreen display, and a track-pad with a detachable keyboard. Continue reading for more pictures.
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg, Germany is currently the world's largest model railway, and to give those who aren't able to visit a closer view, Google last year built a miniature version of its Street View car to capture the streets within. By 2020, the exhibition is expected to have reached its final construction phase, including at least a total of ten new sections in a model area of over 24,757 sq ft. It includes 1,300 trains made up of over 10,000 carriages, over 100,000 moving vehicles, ca. 500,000 lights, 130,000 trees, and 400,000 human figurines. Continue reading for another video tour and more information.