Turning a hypercar into a pickup truck may not be the most practical of ideas, even if you're a billionaire, but it most certainly could be the fastest and coolest looking to ever hit the road, especially if it's based on a McLaren P1. YasidDESIGN decided to make this a reality, or at least in concept form. "I did this once. Then I laughed," said the artist. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing how the original Jurassic Park movie pushed the limits of visual effects at the time.
When is a go-kart not just a simple vehicle used at the track? When it's powered by a motorcycle engine. "With buying a business and the extra work involved it doesn't leave me with much time for a car project at the moment, but I had to do something with the little spare time I've got, so I decided to build the kids (me mostly) a go-cart out of that old Kawasaki KZ-650 motorcycle engine that I bought at a swap meet about 15 years ago for $30," said its creator. 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 7 dumbest Batman gadgets.
If you've always wanted a muscle car that combines the technology of today, with classic looks, All Speed Customs 1970 Pontiac Firebird should fit the bill. Powered by a twin-turbocharged, 7.8-liter V-8, this stealthy beast generates a staggering 1,200-horsepower-plus, enabling it to scream down the track like no other. Continue reading for another video and more information.
The Xbox One S may be newly released, but Eddie Zarick has already torn one apart, and transformed it into a functional laptop of sorts. "On the front of the XBOOK you will see the two speakers, these were designed to point right towards you and can get pretty loud! above the left speaker is a small black joystick, this is the TV control. This allows you to turn on and off the LCD, adjust the volume along with menu controls. Included is a remote for the TV for fine tuning. Next the that is the XBOX Bluray drive. This system is capable of 4K video (through HDMI out to a compatible TV) and does look good. Next up is the disk eject, power and controller sync for the XBOX inside. All you have to do is plug in power and push the power button and your off to gaming," according to Zarick. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny video game pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing how to quickly remove an illegally parked car at an airport.
Auto enthusiast Larry Medwig from Painesville, Ohio has a passion for motorcycles, so much so that he decided to build a "tractor cycle". This creation is exactly as it sounds, a motorcycle made from several individual parts re-purposed from old vehicles. The engine was sourced from an International Harvester LB, the transmission from a Crosley automobile, the wheels from a David Bradley, while the frame and forks are custom-built from pipe fittings. What stands out the most is the main body, taken from the front of a Farmall Cub tractor. 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 magical LEGO powers.
If you demand nothing but the fastest and most expensive limousine currently on the market, look no further than this custom stretch Bugatti Veyron. Aside from this blurry image taken while someone was driving, there is no further information on just what went into creating this ride, but with that said, anything is possible, even it being a kit car - custom fabricated body panels placed on another car rather than using a real Veyron. Continue reading for a video of the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse hitting 230mph.
Raspberry Pi 3 is popular among computer enthusiasts, but this is the first portable game console project we've seen that actually takes cartridges. Meet the NESPi, a palm-sized, 3D-printed NES console that even comes with its very own matching controller. "To make the case as compact as possible, I scaled down the real NES dimensions to 40% of actual size. This gave me just about enough room for the Pi to sit transverse, USB and network ports on the left, power and HDMI at the back. I could make a cut-out for the microSD card and would relocate two of the USB ports to the front where the controllers would be on a real NES," said creator Daft Mike. Continue reading for two more videos and additional information.
In case of zombie apocalypse, you definitely need a Salvo-12 for your shotgun(s). You read that right, it's designed to work with all shotguns and regular ammo, while offering a modular design, enabling shooters to adjust the sound suppression, weight, and length to their desire. This means that in addition to zombies, it's ideal for everything from hunting to sporting clays and home defense. Continue reading for a full video demonstration and more information.
You could either buy a supercar, or fix up the classic Toyota MKIV Supra with a Rauh-Welt Begriff kit, like Yasid DESIGN. "Sometimes you just gotta ruin a Supra. Just for the giggles. But sometimes you slap an Rauh-Welt Begriff RWB kit on, drop it on some Rotiform wheels and it'll look .. not the worst," said Yasid. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny video game pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Stormtroopers escorting a mini Kylo Ren.
Sure, transforming a vintage tractor into any type of race car probably isn't the most practical of ideas, but as you can see, it will definitely turn some heads at the track. "A few days ago I was looking at the beginning of Lamborghini when they were into tractors, while working on some of my series, including the Mutants. However, this is not a Lamborghini, but once a 1951 Farmall 'Super C' Vintage Tractor. Now we'll call it the Tracktor," said its designer, Yasid Design. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing the view beneath the Antarctic ice.