Love traveling, but hate being tied down to living in just one place? Meet "Floatwing". This off-the-grid home can produce up to 100 percent of its annual energy needs over 6-months, thanks to solar panels, a wastewater treatment plant with advanced tertiary treatment, a mini supply water treatment plant, and stored fuel. It's comprised of two levels: a long floating deck and the accessible upper deck that doubles as a roof. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Love cruising, and just relaxing by the river? If so, then you'll definitely want to look into these X-Float prefab homes by architecture firm Agaligo Studio. Located on the River Kwai in Thailand, each one of these living spaces offer plenty of floor-to-ceiling glazed windows for breathtaking water / mountain views, especially while up on the rooftop terrace. Continue reading for 9 more pictures and information.
Billionaires of the world have a new toy they can add to their stable: the Airbus H160 VIP. At $22-million, it's the world's first all-composite civil helicopter with a range of 500 miles. It's powered by two Turbomeca Arrano turboshaft engines that generate 1,300 shaft horsepower, enabling the aircraft to cruise at speeds of up to 185mph. Continue reading for another video and more information.
For those who would rather travel light on a cross-country trip, look no further than a Base Camp Expedition Trailer. Available in several models, this tiny trailer is certainly more than meets the eye. Featuring plenty of storage, an integrated shower head with curtain, a pull-out gas grill, kitchen sink, magnetic knife rack, gun box, communication box, and even a pop-up rooftop tent. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Yes, there's a real-life Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Lair, and it's not underground or in a theme park. This loft-like apartment offers three bedrooms, a glow in the dark basketball court, home entertainment center made from old boomboxes, and of course a classic TMNT arcade cabinet. To top things off, visitors also get free pizza delivery service. Continue reading for more pictures, information and the rental page.
After ordering your food using a tablet, it arrives on a miniature train track where diners can watch as their order tackles two gravity defying loop-the-loops before dropping 8-meters down the tornado spiral to their table. Each diner will enjoy a full 360° dining experience at one of the 13 tables and will get to select from the brand new menu of family favorites. The Rollercoaster Restaurant in Alton Towers is the first Rollercoaster Restaurant in the UK. Continue reading for another video and more information.
The Vario Alkoven 1200 just might be the world's most luxurious expedition vehicle. Based on the Mercedes-Benz Actross 2542, it's so large that the vehicle even has its own garage, large enough for a Mini Cooper or SLK Roadster, measuring in at 12-meters in length. You'll find a hydraulically extendable living room, bedroom, kitchenette set, lots of storage, and even a full bathroom with shower, on the inside. Other features include: a state-of-the-art surveillance system and a backup power generator with solar rechargeable 1.200 Ah batteries. 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 what happens when you pour molten salt into a watermelon.
LEGO introduces the latest piece in its Creator Series, and it's London's most iconic landmark: Big Ben. Comprised of 4,163-pieces, no detail was spared as it features all of the 19th-century building's facades, statues, shields and even windows, complete with 4 adjustable clock dials. There's also a removable roof that enables you to access the belfry, along with customizable pavement and lawn sections. You can pick up this infamous building on July 1, 2016. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny autocorrect texts gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a Tesla autopilot prank.
Why camp, when you could stay in Dom'Up? Some may mistake this for a crashed UFO, especially at night, but this suspended treehouse cabin by Dutch arboriculturist Bruno de Grunne and architect Nicolas d'Ursel boasts a UV-resistant roof made from durable thermo-welded tarpaulin, making it perfect for a summer getaway. Simply attach the $28,000, 172-square-foot living space to two trees, and you'll be set to relax, as it uses the galvanized steel and natural wooden flooring for support. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including an interesting 1980s X-Men commercial.
Looking for something more adventurous than just a luxurious yacht? If so, the U-Boat Worx C-Explorer 3 should do the trick. Featuring a 360° transparent acrylic pressure hull, 3-liter oxygen capacity for 16 hour missions at a maximum depth of 3,300-feet, and plenty of space for HD cameras, lights as well as manipulator arms. Continue reading for two more videos and information. Click here to view a few more things you might want, but probably don't need.