Brick roads are known to be durable, but we sadly, many parts of the world have replaced them with asphalt, due to the laborious process of laying them. Introducing the RoadPrinter, which lays out a beautiful and sustainable hard-scape anywhere it travels. It consists of an angled plain that workers feed with paving stones or bricks as the machine inches forward along a sand base layer. Next, the bricks are automatically packed together by gravity, while a telescoping forklift feeds the hopper. What does this mean? It can lay out up to 400-square-meters of road day. Continue reading for two more videos and additional information.
Mike Warren, a woodworking guru, has perfected the art of making glow tables by filling their naturally formed voids in with photoluminescent powder mixed with clear casting resin. The powder charges up in sunlight before putting on a cool blue glow when night falls. The key is in the cypress wood, as he chooses pieces that have been naturally damaged with a fungal growth inside causing sections to rot, which are then removed to form pockets for the glow powder. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a tank that is perfect for holding your beer.
Christoph Kaiser, a talented architect, took on a 1950s-era grain silo for his latest project, converting it into a luxurious modern home fit for a magazine. The home is located in Phoenix, Arizona, and the corrugated-steel silo was tall enough to build a two-story dwelling within its cylindrical walls, complete with modern decor. It all began when Kaiser purchased a dismantled 1955 grain silo online from a Kansas farmer, and after arriving, modifications were made during the reassembly process - including custom doors / windows, 10-inches of spray insulation, and a fresh paint job. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Makita's BFR750 LXT Cordless Autofeed Screwdriver appears to be a weapon directly from a horror movie, perfect for the zombie apocalypse, and rightfully so. Powered by a rechargeable 18V lithium ion-battery, it comes equipped with a 4,000 RPM four pole motor that features a screw capacity range of 1-3/4 to 2-15/16 inches. The silent clutch design uses higher durability materials, increasing operation efficiency and decreasing driver noise - works great for sneak attacks. Click here to view more pictures. Continue reading for two more videos and information.
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.
If money is no object and you demand nothing but the most unique garage for your supercars, then look no further than House in the Hill by Only Victories. This luxurious home is built around central stacking glass garage, with two floors stretching outwards from either side, allowing for easy viewing. Floor-to-ceiling windows adorn the front, providing breathtaking panoramic views of the ocean, while wood-clad walls and ceilings keep things warm. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a Godzilla virtual reality simulator.
Priced at an astonishing $159-million, Le Palais Royal is truly a Versailles-style royal palace, or as close as money can get you. Situated along Hillsboro Mile in Florida, it features a 30-car garage, 6-waterfalls throughout, a 4,500-square-foot infinity pool, complete with waterslide / swim-up bar, yacht dock, a 22-karat gold dual staircase and a privately-licensed IMAX theater fit for 18 guests. 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 virtual reality meets drone racing.
There are KitchenAid Mixers, and then this custom Star Wars creation. However, you won't see this on shelves anytime soon, as it was made by an internet user who goes by the name "Tommyfilth". Basically, he asked his wife to pick up a broken KitchenAid mixer on eBay for Christmas, since he wanted to refurbish it himself. Once taken apart, inspiration hit as to how to approach a new paint job for the machine, and this was the result. Continue reading for a video and more information.
Sometimes, less is more, and that is definitely true with "Woody", a custom-built 236-square-foot cabin that doubles as a luxurious trailer. It features all the amenities you expect to find a in a normal home, including a cedar exterior, lofted bed, refrigerator, kitchenette set, sliding glass doors, dual skylights and plenty of lounging space bathed in natural light. Continue reading for more tiny homes.
MPOWERD's Luci Inflatable Solar Lantern can be set to provide a steady radiance or an eye-catching flash. Lightweight and waterproof, it's easy to use as a task light or decorative lantern and is ideal for those living, working or playing off-the-grid anywhere in the world. Get one here now for under $15. Continue reading for two more videos and information.