Anything Face Shield
Photo credit: MMM Design via Design Boom
South Korea-based MMM Design Studio has come up with an innovative solution for those who can’t seem to find face shields or masks in stores. It’s called the ‘ANYTHING’ face shield, and it consists of a 3D-printed frame that can be made at home, cut out and then fastened together. The design allows you to use off-the-shelf things in place of traditional plexiglass, like a gummy bear bag, etc. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.

Anti-5G USB Stick 5GBioShield
It’s true, someone decided to cash in on the anti-5G movement by creating a USB stick called 5GBioShield. Priced at £283, it supposedly offers “protection for your home and family, thanks to the wearable holographic nano-layer catalyser, which can be worn or placed near to a smartphone or any other electrical, radiation or EMF emitting device.” However, one website decided to buy one and see what it’s all about. Read more for two videos and additional information.

Space Debris  Russia  Military Satellite Australia
On Friday, March 22, 2020, Russia launched a military satellite into orbit and the debris it generated caused quite a stir on social media. It w as launched aboard a four-stage Soyuz-2 rocket from Plesetsk Cosmodrome in northwestern Russia early transporting a classified payload alleged to be t he fourth satellite for the country’s EKS OiBU missile-warning network. Read more for videos that some captured of the event.

Bigfoot 5 World's Largest Monster Truck
Yes, there is more than one Bigfoot monster truck. The Ford-based Big Foot 5 was originally built in 1986 and sits on 10-foot tall Tundra tires. Unfortunately, due to its height, this truck has never qualified for actual monster truck competitions, but has crushed cars for show in exhibitions. It’s also currently the heaviest truck ever built, weighing in at a staggering 28,000-pounds with the standard tires. Read more for a video and additional information.

Burger King Giant Crown Social Distancing Whopper
Burger King wants to ensure that its customers in Germany are socially distancing themselves to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and to promote this, they’ve debuted “social-distance crowns”. These are specially designed to keep customers exactly 6-feet apart as restaurants reopen dine-in service. Read more for a video of the new “Social Distancing Whopper” that goes along with these giant crowns.

Face Mask Pac-Man
Inventors from Israel have created a bizarre face mask that comes with a remote control for use when eating. That’s right, you won’t have to remove this mask at all, and the inventors say that this could make a visit to a restaurant less risky. Squeeze the remote’s lever, and a slot in the front of the mask opens just enough so that food can pass through. Read more for a video and additional information.

Apple Mac Pro Wheels Skateboard
Yes, the $699 Apple Mac Pro Wheels Kit is real, and really do cost more than the new iPhone SE. They’re described as custom-designed stainless steel and rubber wheels that make sliding your Mac Pro out from under your desk or across your studio a breeze. Braille Skateboarding wanted to see how they’d perform on a real board, and the results are interesting to say the least. Read more for a video and additional information.

PowerWash Simulator Game
Miss going outside and just want to enjoy a game that offers mindless entertainment? If so, then look no further than Futur Labs’ PowerWash Simulator, a game where players wield a power washing wand to blast away every last speck of dirt. You’ll be able to select from a variety of different nozzles that spray different patterns to optimize washing. Read more for two videos and additional imformation.

F1 Wheels Hoverboard
An inventor who goes by the name of “The Q” on YouTube took a normal hoverboard and replaced its tiny plastic wheels with ones used on actual F1 race cars. To accomplish this, he needed to cut the hoverboard’s frame to ensure a perfect fit for the wheels, used lots of tape, and then carefully rewired everything so it actually can turn on. Read more for the video.

Nissan GT-R BMW Honda Civic
Photo credit: Reddit via CarScoops
First introduced back during September 1995 for the 1996 model year, the sixth-generation featured updated styling although less radical than previous redesigns. This 1996 Honda Civic owner wanted to make the design a lot more radical than its predecessors, complete with custom front / rear bumpers, flared wheel arches, extended side skirts, Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R headlights and BMW M3 kidney grilles. Read more for additional pictures.