Set to enter service by the end of 2025, Dassault Aviation’s Falcon 10X is claimed to have the largest cabin and most advanced technology yet on a business jet. Its top speed of Mach 0.925 and range of 7,500 nautical miles, enables it to fly nonstop from New York to Shanghai, Los Angeles to Sydney, Hong Kong to New York or Paris to Santiago, Chile. On the outside, it features a completely new fuselage with extra-large windows that are nearly 50 percent larger than those on the Falcon 8X. Read more for two videos, additional pictures and information.
Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser, a themed luxury hotel near Disney’s Hollywood Studios, in the Epcot Resort Area of the Walt Disney World Resort in Bay Lake, Florida, is set to open in 2022, and to celebrate May 4th, the company released a teaser of what you can find. That’s right, a somewhat functional lightsaber in the sense that it has a retractable blade of light that extends from the hilt. Read more for the short video and additional information.
Photo credit: Ponte 516 Arouca
The 1,692-foot Arouca 516 Bridge has now opened to the public, with its metal walkway suspended from cables 574-feet above the Paiva River. Previously, the world’s longest suspension bridge for pedestrians title was held by the Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge that spans 1,621-feet, followed by Japan’s Kokonoe Yume Bridge, which measures 1,280-feet. Arouca 516 cost $2.8-million to build and admission costs between $12-$14 accompanied by a guide. Read more for two videos and additional information.
Lazzarini Design Studio’s Jet Capsule has undergone many revisions over the years, with the latest being the LX (2.0) model. Priced from $500,000 USD, this luxurious mini yacht does not skimp on amenities as the interior can be configured however you like, whether it be comfortable seating for up to 20 people, or as a small home on water. It keeps things light with a carbon fiber and fiberglass monocoque, while ultra bright LED lights up front keep things illuminated at night. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Stream It, Inc. announced today that pre-orders for its upcoming CyberLandr camper has already received over $50-million in pre-orders. For those lucky enough to snag one, the first 20 were offered at $40,000, while it’s set to retail at $50,000 when they start shipping next year. When not in use, this camper completely disappears within the bed of the Cybertruck, which allows you to transport it through more rugged terrain when compared to standard trailers. Read more for a video and additional information.
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EarthCam’s new GigapixelCam X80 is now the highest resolution, outdoor panoramic webcam yet. It captures images with a resolution 700 percent higher than the company’s previous maximum resolution webcam, thanks to a 360° ultra-precise, military-grade pan/tilt/zoom base as well as fast, responsive control over IP, 4G LTE, or now 5G networks. This means that this single camera can capture more ground than dozens of fixed cameras. Read more for a video and additional information.
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Capturing a volcanic eruption up-close just isn’t possible with standard photography equipment, and that’s where drones come in. Photographer Daniel Haussmann found out the hard way that these flying machines can still get hit with the unexpected, and in this case, a flying chunk of lava from the erupting Geldingadalir volcano in Iceland. In all, he made a total of six visits to the site, and despite the accident, still managed to capture some amazing footage. Read more for two videos and additional information.
The Apple AirTag has been a long rumored product, and today, it was officially unveiled. This small accessory is designed to help users keep track of and find just about any item using Apple’s Find My app. You can attach them to handbags, luggage, keys, backpack, etc., all the while keeping location data private and anonymous with end-to-end encryption. Available Friday, April 30 in one and four packs for just $29 and $99, respectively. Read more for the full reveal video and additional information.
Flying cars have been in the news since the 1940s, but none have ever made it into mass production, that is unless…NFT’s ASKA becomes a reality. The company announced last week that it’s now taking pre-orders for the world’s first electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicle designed for consumers. Powered by electric motors and equipped with a range extender, it has a flight range of up to 250-miles, while its architecture enables future models to convert the latter into any other energy sources, like hydrogen. Read more for a video and additional information.
The LEGO Architecture London Skyline Collection consists of five iconic landmarks comprised of 468-pieces, and you can get a set for $31.99 shipped, this weekend only, originally $99. It features the National Gallery, Nelson’s Column, London Eye, Big Ben and Tower Bridge, complete with a collectible booklet containing information about the design, architecture as well as history of the famous landmarks. Product page. Read more for two videos, including a review, and additional information.