Sometimes drones fail for no rhyme or reason, which in an ideal condition may be a lot easier to retrieve and recoup but cliffside? YouTuber Fuel my passion, be my Inspiration takes their DJI Mavic out for a spin across a rugged mountain terrain. The drone loses partial communication with the remote and paves its own path. Well, great now they have to recruit a climber to rescue you!
Heroes can be found in all situations and recently, drone rescues are a time for the brave. View Now
On March 24th, Apple will release an all-new model of the iPhone 7 to the general public. What makes this iPhone special is the fact that it marks the first time the company has released the smartphone in a red finish. As part of Apple's partnership with (RED), every single purchase of this new iPhone will contribute money towards the fight against HIV/AIDS. View Now
YouTuber JoergSprave is well known online for taking some of the most commonplace objects and transforming them into dangerous weapons. One of his most recent endeavors is weaponizing those little pencils from IKEA. The next time you're strolling through the never-ending aisles of the furniture superstore, you might look at their tiny writing instruments a little bit differently. View Now
Self-driving cars are the epitome of technological innovation, but as Greece-based artist James Bridle theorizes, you don't need to be a hacker to meddle with these autonomous cars. It's as simple as laying a ritual "salt circle" around the vehicle, which, because of the way self-driving cars strictly process road markings, could actually "trap" it inside the circle! View Now
You know that project you started and gave up on? Well, don't because this automatic bullseye dartboard is a perfect example of determination and discipline. YouTuber Mark Rober developed this technology for three years and now he is finally demonstrating it to the public. This is incredible and wow, would you feel like a baller playing darts now. View Now
Almost any carmaker today lets you buy luxury add-ons for your new stock ride like fog lights, carbon wheels and even autopilot. How much would you pay for the upgrades on this jaw-dropping "Hum Rider"?View Now
Since personal computing became a thing, typewriters and the retro "clickety-clickety" of their keys have almost faded into oblivion. lofree wants to change that with their smart, mechanical keyboard. View Now
Zelda is once again at the forefront of video game culture with the recent release of "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild." That's why YouTuber Sufficiently Advanced set out to create an all-new way to automate his home by using the Ocarina from the game series! View Now
Have you ever looked at your office computer and thought to yourself that it would work great as a makeshift grill? Probably not, but that's exactly what this popular Chinese vlogger turned her computer into and surprisingly it did the trick. The vlogger goes by the name Little Ye in the Office and she is well known online for cooking food in utterly bizarre ways. View Now
The expert for all things science and technology, Colin Furze has been assigned the task of building a new ride for the television series "Top Gear." If he does this The Stig, in the flesh, will come test it out. So in gearing up for the show's upcoming season on BBC America, Colin is transforming a 1960's bumper car into a speedy cart powered by a motorcycle engine.
Stayed tuned for part two of Colin's bumper car build out. View Now
From day one, the babies of today are constantly surrounded by smartphones, laptops and social media. So is it any surprise that these tiny three "Digital Natives" are already catching on? Of course, it's how they react to cameras and Snapchat filters that have us giggling.
All video game, fire and Nerf gun enthusiasts listen up because the Hacksmith is about to show you just how cool a Nerf gun can get. Looking towards the release of Mass Effect Andromeda, he is inspired to build a "plasma rifle" with the body of a Nerf gun. They definitely weren't expecting it to have this much power! We'd say, SUCCESS. View Now
Pilot Artur Kielak is in much gratitude to the stability of the Boeing 737 airliner for making a bumpy landing much easier. We have to say these strong wind conditions make it look absolutely scary to be landing a plane but Artur does it with excellence. View Now
Nate Seltzer is a 5-year-old boy from Stratford, Connecticut that recently appeared on the "Ellen" show. Seltzer is an adorable geography expert and according to Ellen can “pretty much identify any place in the world.” View Now
LEGO builders say goodbye to the restraint of flat, even surfaces because Nimuno Loops is about to change how you LEGO. You can easily stick this applicable tape again and again so if you change your mind, that's OK!
Want to learn more? Visit their project on Indiegogo! View Now
There is snow on the ground which means superspeedersRob is about to get out the Mazda Miata, SNOW PLOW EDITION. He has rigged this car to also work as a snowplow, tire chains and all. There is at least a foot of snow, so do you think it can withstand the ultimate test? View Now
For those easy travelers who only need the essentials, a capsule hotel might be for you. Vlogger Tokidoki Traveller spends one night in Bay Hotel, a women's only capsule hotel in Tokyo. For roughly $33 she was given a "pod" to sleep in, a locker for her things, pajamas, and access to shared bathroom facilities. Not bad for that price! View Now
For much of the developing and rural world, reliable access to power and water is one of the largest challenges these communities face. Enter the Miller Brothers and their interBLOK PowerTower—a recycled shipping container that provides off-the-grid dependable water and power!
This empowering and life-changing technology had us at RightThisMinute so impressed we knew had to talk with interBLOK's Miller Brothers ourselves! View Now
Security guards in Cuiabá, Brazil hear a thumping noise coming from what looks to be a utility hallway. A metal door to a fire hose box is being thrown open and closed but there is no one around. To make it all the much worse, the lights are flickering... View Now
Car meet ups are for showing off but when you take it a little too far, you'll most likely regret it. A driver of a yellow Honda S2000 crashes into a tree when they try to do a slick burnout while leaving a car meet in Connecticut. This ridiculous move results in a bashed tire and a whole lot of road confusion.
Whether a dud or an absolute beauty, cars can take your breath away. (We'd prefer the beauties!) View Now
This one woman's name is known by millions and she's been told that since 2011 when Apple introduced Siri. So what's her name? Alexa Seary. That's right as if one-half of her name wasn't enough, Amazon's Alexa had this girl flabbergasted.
Technology is continuously advancing and so are people's crazy ideas to push it to the next level. View Now
We've seen endless drone failures but this one takes it to a whole new level when a drone crashes straight into someone's lap. Scorp in the Sky was filming with a drone when another one suddenly came out of thin air, crashing into his knees. View Now
So rumor has it that Nintendo created their Switch cartridges to intentionally taste bad. Why? To prevent young children from swallowing it. Clever right? Well, knowing us adults out there, we HAVE to see if it's true. Videos are surfacing all across the web world of brave souls doing the taste test. It's quite funny and well, now we know. The RTM hosts even gave them a try! View Now
Why spend $10K on a complicated camera when a smartphone is all you need to throw together a professional-grade commercial? In fact, Apple claims its official iPhone 7 Plus "Carnival" music video which recently aired in Brazil is shot entirely with its new smartphone's "portrait mode."