Tiny V8 Paper Engine

Aliaksei Zholner spent countless hours building a V8 engine entirely from paper and glue. Powered by compressed air, it has a 6mm piston stroke and 5.5mm (diameter) cylinders. While its real-life counterpart can weigh up to 600-pounds, this one fits inside a tiny Kinder egg toy capsule without any issue for safe transport. However, it may take a bit more work for this engine to power a model car. Click here to view the first image in this week’s art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of “Uncanny Valley”, a crazy sci-fi thriller short.

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