Sure, a house truck (video above) may be more practical (and comfortable), but for those who want a camping scooter of sorts, look no further than the Bufalino Camper. Despite its size, this vehicle sports a hide-away bed, kitchenette set with sink, plenty of storage space, a fresh water tank, fridge, a laptop desk, and a seat that easily pivots. 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 a high-tech smart speed bump that activates depending on your speed.
News Corp. photographer Brett Costello was robbed of a carry-on luggage case full of expensive equipment - $40,000 worth to be exact - on the busy cafe district on Ipanema Beach in the middle of the day. As you can see in the CCTV footage, the brazen theft at Kraft Cafe reveals that Costello was targeted by a three-person gang of thieves. There were two men in business clothes and a blonde woman who scoped Costello out earlier in the day as he took photos. Continue reading to see what happened when the photographer spotted one of the thieves.
This appears to be a normal Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van at first, but step inside, and you'll realize that the Outside Van is much more. Think of it as a cross between full-on RV and camper, complete with a bed, modern interior, a lighted gear area, and even an optional shower. Pricing will vary depending on how many options you want to add. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of someone singing the Pokemon theme in 20 different 90s styles.
For those who don't know, Space Mountain is basically a space-themed indoor steel roller coaster in Tomorrowland at Disneyland in California. It first opened on May 27, 1977, and was the second roller coaster built at Disneyland - the second of the five versions of Space Mountain built by The Walt Disney Company. In addition to being transformed into Ghost Galaxy for Halloween, sometimes visitors are treated to a lights-on version of the ride, as the video and images above show. Continue reading for more interesting pictures from around the web.
Priced from $70,000 and measuring just 14-feet-long, the Off Grid caravan appears small on the outside, complete with an independent suspension system and 17" wheels with mud tires, but step inside, and you'll be able to kick back in a mini home of sorts. This solar-powered trailer boasts a kitchenette set, sleeping area, living room, dual 95 liter water tanks, a hot water system, and a full battery system. Click here to view the first image this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing a real-life LEGO Minifig character, or at least in creepy cosplay form.
Norway has its own share of bridges, but they plan on spending $25-billion to build the world's first "submerged floating bridge" that shortens travel times between Kristiansand and Trondheim from 21-hours down to less than 11-hours. It will consist of two 4,000-foot long concrete tubes - braced to each other with trusses and bedrock - one for each direction. Since they're underwater, inclement weather above the surface will not affect them, and depth is controlled by a series of pontoons floated on the surface of the fjord. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an interesting Hoover Dam water bottle experiment.
Don't need all the amenities of a luxury resort, and just want to relax with some fresh air? The Null Stern Hotel is a perfect getaway. Conceptualized by hoteliers Frank and Patrick Riklin, it's located in the Swiss town of Graubunden. You won't find any walls, a ceiling, bathroom, or any type of structure, just a double bed, a nightstand, as well as a lamp. Continue reading for another video and more information.
The James Bond AB 100 Spectre Yacht doesn't just have a cool name, it's powered by three gigantic MAN engines that generate 1,900-horsepower each, for a total output of 5,700-horsepower. All this results in a top speed of 62mph (54 knots), while guests relax in a full dining room table illuminated by large side window, and a lower level with three full bedrooms, bathrooms, along with a kitchen. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a lightning strike vaporizing a wooden pole.
At 240-square-feet, the Alpha Tiny House not only has a jacuzzi tub and shower, but a loft sleeping area, kitchenette set, walk-out patio deck, wood flooring throughout, and even a slide-away 8 person dining table. Best of all, it's a trailer that can be towed anywhere, or at least places where there are water and electricity hookups. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Los Angeles continued to spread out, particularly with the development of the San Fernando Valley and the building of the freeways launched in the 1940s. When the local street car system went out of business, Los Angeles became a city built around the automobile, with all the social, health and political problems that this dependence produces. The famed urban sprawl of Los Angeles became a notable feature of the town, and the pace of the growth accelerated in the first decades of the 20th century. Keven McAlester created a perfectly synced short film showing that time period with today. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny video game pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a man who sliding off a water slide and into a rocky cliff - David Salmon broke his arm and some ribs but is expected to be OK. He said he's "too dang old to be going down water slides."