Priced at $5500, Zapata follows up on his water hoverboard with FLYRIDE, an aerial jet ski of sorts that needs to be hooked up to another personal watercraft, one with anywhere between 155-400 horsepower. This 2-seater can easily soar over the ocean at speeds of up to 22 mph, complete with a new EZ-Flight Control System that enables one to take off from beaches or even docks. For added safety, the FLYRIDE can also stabilize itself inflight and performs tricks, like a controlled barrel roll, at the push of a button. 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 an eight-wheeled robot built for space.
Designed by famed architect Asif Khan, the 2018 Winter Olympics pavilion has been coated with the world's blackest paint, 'Vantablack VBx 2,' the spray-paint version of Vantablack, the blackest possible pigment that absorbs an incredible 99% of light. The result is a structure that looks like a black hole, as the walls no longer appear three dimensional, and tiny lights act as stars against the backdrop of deep darkness. Continue reading for another video and more information.
California couple Kim Weglin and Ryan Jenks decided to have a wedding ceremony unlike any other by exchanging their vows balanced on a rope net 400 feet above a canyon in Moab, Utah. The paracord anchored on all sides that made this all possible was created and strung up by their best man, who thankfully is a professional extreme sports athlete. Continue reading for more pictures and a bonus video.
When you think of wakeboarding, Norway's icy waters don't usually come to mind, that is unless...you're riding a Radinn G2X Jetboard. It's all-electric, which means you can cruise around silently without harming the environment, and best of all, the onboard motor only requires 2-hours to fully recharge - good for 35-minutes at full speed. One caveat: the 88-pound board will set you back a cool $12,135. Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a floppy disk orchestra playing Toto: Africa.
The FitDesk Exercise Bike with Massage Bar is a great way to stay active while working, and it's being offered for just $199.99 shipped, today only, originally $299.99. Using a laptop, reading a magazine or playing a video game while engaging your legs in resistance pedaling has significant health benefits over inactive sitting for long periods. Adjust your resistance level throughout the day for a varied workout or use the included convenient upper-body resistance bands for an added cardio boost. Product page. Continue reading for a hands-on video review and more information.
The SnoGo Ski Bike combines the excitement of skiing with the ease of riding a mountain bike, thanks to a unique 3-ski design that allows for precise levels of control on the slopes. It's so easy to ride, the company guarantees that if you're familiar with riding a bike, you'll be able to enjoy the SoGo. Continue reading for another video and more information.
These aren't costumes, just realistic animal ski face masks by Canada-based Beardo. Each one comes printed with an "ultra-realistic HD design" with several varying patterns, including fur, whiskers, and even wet noses. Not just limited to normal house pets, like cats and dogs, but you can also choose from pandas, koalas, as well as foxes. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Nerf Sports' Dude Perfect Signature Bow is perfect for trick shots both inside and outside the home, all for $34.19 shipped, today only, originally $59.99. It's the biggest Nerf bow at 42 inches long. This arrow-firing bow comes with a target so players can practice their aim and try their own Dude Perfect stunts. Aim for distance with the Nerf Sports Dude Perfect Signature Bow that fires arrows up to 105 feet (32 meters). Product page. Continue reading for a hands-on video review and more information.
Artist Armand Dijcks partnered with award-winning photographer Ray Collins to bring his incredible wave photography to life in the form of animated cinemagraphs. Armand, a cinematographer and photographer from Rotterdam, The Netherlands, specializes in this type of moving photo, and for those who have never heard of cinemagraphs, they are basically still photographs where a minor and repeated movement occurs, a short video clip of sorts. Continue reading for more.
Wu Yongning, a famous 26-year-old Chinese 'rooftopping' photographer, agreed to perform a stunt on November 8th atop the Huayuan Hua Center building in the city of Changsha for a sponsor in exchange $15,000, but things quickly took a turn for the worse as the surface was too slick to pull himself back up. According to local media, Yongning wanted to help his family out of poverty, pay for his mother's medical costs, and fund his own wedding. Continue reading for the video - may be disturbing for some.