Combine an electric tank together with a sled, and you get Yvon Martel's MTT-136 ("My Track Technology"). This 280-pound machine boasts an electric motor as well as a battery pack that's surrounded by an aluminum housing and wrapped in a tractor-esque rubber track. Attached to the rear is a handlebar that enables riders to maneuver it like you would a lawnmower. It's not just limited to snow, but capable of traversing dry land as well. Practical uses include pulling logs, cutting through knee-deep snow and even pushing cars. The MTT has a 130-mile range, while a fold flat handle allows the vehicle to fit in the back of a truck or minivan. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including a "ghost in taxi prank" from Japan.
Add the Golden Silk Orb-Weaver spider to the list of creepy crawlies found in Australia, as the images above show one of them with their black legs wrapped around the body of a dead bird suspended in its web. The shots were captured in Atheron, close to Queensland's tropical north. "It uses its venom to break down the bird for eating and what it leaves is a food parcel. It builds a very strong web," said Joel Shakespeare, head spider keeper at the Australian Reptile Park. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Brick roads are known to be durable, but we sadly, many parts of the world have replaced them with asphalt, due to the laborious process of laying them. Introducing the RoadPrinter, which lays out a beautiful and sustainable hard-scape anywhere it travels. It consists of an angled plain that workers feed with paving stones or bricks as the machine inches forward along a sand base layer. Next, the bricks are automatically packed together by gravity, while a telescoping forklift feeds the hopper. What does this mean? It can lay out up to 400-square-meters of road day. Continue reading for two more videos and additional information.
Tom Bingham, a talented designer from the United Kingdom, decided to create a line of Star Wars-themed spacecraft electric guitars. So far, he's built ones modeled after the B-Wing Fighter, Y-Wing Fighter and of course Han Solo's famous ship of choice...the Millennium Falcon. The 64-year-old spent hours each day over the course of 3-months building them, and from what we can see, it was well worth the effort. Continue reading for more products that Star Wars fans would love.
TaoTronics Collapsible LED Lantern Flashlight easily fits in your pocket when folded, and can be picked up for $9.99, today only, originally priced at $69.99. Weighing 4.3 oz and standing 2 inches, the expandable accordion-like design makes it easy for transportation. Simply press the power button to choose between low and high level lighting per your need. Product page. Continue reading for another video review and more information.
Astronomers have received five unidentified radio signals that originate from outside the Milky Way Galaxy. However, that is the strange part, as in these "fast radio bursts," there was a "double signal," which has never heard before, leaving researchers baffled. A comparable discovery would be the "WOW Signal", a strong narrowband radio wave found by Jerry Ehman in 1977, in which he circled the characters "6EQUJ5", distinguishing them from all the other 1s and 2s on the field of data. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a functional skateboard guitar.
Amazon's 7" Fire Tablet w/Special Offers is perfect for anyone who wasn't able to get in on Black Friday deals, as it can be picked up for $34.99 right now. The fast quad-core processor consists of four high-performance 1.3 GHz cores for quick app launches, smooth games and videos, and great overall performance. It features a 1024 x 600 IPS display with 171 ppi for a bright display with vivid colors and whiter whites. Product page. Continue reading for another video review and more information.
Car drifting and abandoned malls aren't normally used in the same sentence, but that is exactly what happened when pro driver Chris Forsberg decided to take his 1,000-horsepower Nissan 370Z to the empty Hawthorne Mall in Los Angeles. When he's not drifting in zombie apocalypse-like structures, he competes in the Formula Drift series in his Nissan 370Z for NOS Energy Drink and Hankook Tires. Continue reading for three more of his drifting videos, including one where he's tazed while driving.
If Magneto from X-Men actually existed, seeing random metal objects levitate would be a common sight, but a new video from China has surfaced, showing what appears to be cars levitating in the air as one drove towards a busy intersection. The vehicles are seen being pulled upwards before one rolls onto its side in the city of Xingtai. The front of another vehicle is pulled upwards, while the back end of a car in another lane moves, at that same time. All three crash back down onto the road, with the first, landing on its side. Continue reading for the shortened version of the clip.
Imagine the Star Wars Millennium Falcon as a massive $3-million "Land Yacht", or in other words, the world's largest RV, and you get the "Element Palazzo". In addition to an automatic lift-able flybridge lounge that rises directly out of the roof, guests will also be able to enjoy a plush seating area that transforms into a bar at the push of a button. If you hate remote controls or tons of buttons, there's a programmed central control for one-stop settings updates, remote video access for security, along with an automatic gangway. Who would buy such a thing? The manufacturers aim to sell most to the oil sheikhs. 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 on "How to Dominate Black Friday" as well as a real-life Super Mario Bros. scene.