At first, this appears to be a normal driveway, but at the push of a button, Cardok's underground garage pops up. This galvanized steel structure consists of a electro-hydraulic lift system capable of storing up two cars (one below), thanks to a lift capacity of 10-tons and a working load of 3-tons per deck. Installation can be completed in 1-day, and can be customized to match the surface of the surrounding area, and of course, pools excluded. 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 showing the difference between 850-horsepower and 10,000-horsepower.
The UltraFire SK68 7W 300LM LED Torch is perfect for your everyday carry, and it's being offered for only $3.49 shipped, today only, originally $9.99. This palm-sized device has a maximum brightness output of 300-Lumens, while focus can be adjusted simply by stretching the head portion, complete with adjustable focus, as well as support zooming in and zooming out. Product page. Continue reading for another hands-on video review and more information.
Why spend millions on a small yacht, when you could purchase a custom-built Waterlovt? The most basic model features solar-power, two bedrooms, 8-foot ceilings, a deck, a basement, and plenty of floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the interior with natural light. You can also add a desalination plant for all your fresh water needs, and a digester to convert waste into energy. If the weather permits, lazing on the wooden deck is also an option. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a bizarre jumping cholla cactus attack.
Carbon fiber looks good on cars, gadgets, and now bathtubs, thanks to Splinter Works. Officially called the "Carbon Fiber Vessel Bathtub", this creation measures in at 2.7m, and can be mounted between two walls, giving it a hammock-like appearance. There's a hole in the bottom to ensure that the water drains properly, and is available in blue, red, bronze, pure silver, yellow, or pink colors. Continue reading for more pictures and information. Click here for a few bonus amazing home interiors that will make you look twice.
Hot air balloons are nothing new or special, but this handcrafted bed by Circu is definitely worth a second look. "The Sofa part is made with traditional basketry technique, with the remaining structure made of wood with white lacquered gloss finishes. It contains drawers that can be used as storage. This bottom part can also be converted into a sofa. The strings are made by hand with traditional techniques and the metal parts are finished in gold bath," according to the company. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny autocorrect texts gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a crazy ambiguous cylinder illusion.
While this version of the Death Star doesn't come equipped with a superlaser, it does server as a functional two-slice toaster that toasts an image of a TIE Fighter onto your bread. Other features include reheat, defrost and quick-stop functions, complete with an adjustable thermostat, as well as a removable crumb tray. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Brik Tile sticks to just about any wall in seconds, and transforms them into functional LEGO plates, capable of being reused many times over for pixel art, brick shelves, etc. That's right, each piece measures 10" x 10" and can be used to organize random items you have laying around the house, such as photos, cards, and more. Continue reading for more pictures, information and the Kickstarter page.
Designed by German architect Matthias Arndt, this Hobbit-inspired house is situated on the side of cliff, and features a sharp triangular roof and covered with glass on all sides. On the inside, soft glowing lights keep things bright while creating a cozy environment during the winter months. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Designed by Olson Kundig Architects, this structure in Washington may appear to be a steel shed at first, but step inside, and you'll see it's the perfect weekend getaway. Its steel exterior can easily slide across all the windows, and mechanically controlled using a wheel. The entire cabin was built on elevated stilts to prevent flooding during inclement weather, while the multi-level interior boasts timber panels that line the floor, walls and ceiling. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an explosive way to demolish a bridge.
Say goodbye to the tedious task of folding / ironing, and hello to Foldimate. This machine does it all, and it consists of a conveyor belt, several robotic clothes-folding arms, and an adjustable tray that dispenses your wardrobe once finished. Plus, it even comes equipped with a steam cleaner just in case the machine misses anything, as well as perfume and softening modes. Click here to view a few bonus home life hacks.