Carved pumpkins and other "spooky" Halloween props are so last year! A tech-savvy Canadian household saves their decoration budget and simply repurposes their TVs and projectors to transform their house into an animated monster with quite a mischievous streak!
They've got our vote for the coolest trick-or-treating stop ever.
Wacky tech genius Colin Furze wants to make "trash juice" a thing of the past. Instead of ruining his jeans when it's time to make room in the trash can, his solution is his homemade "Stomp-O-Matic"! After Colin's quick field test, we're sure these anatomically correct robot legs could stomp trash all day if only they didn't catch fire so easily. But as Colin says, proof of the concept is there. View Now
The pyromaniac behind Gas Torch In Flames thought it would be a novel idea to introduce a big glass bottle of hard liquor to a blow torch, even though alcohol happens to be very flammable. Strangely, nothing happens for 99.9-percent of the experiment. But when our "researcher" picks up the scarred bottle to inspect the damage—KABOOM!
Ten-year-old Devin Tally wanted his dad to pull out his loose tooth in a creative way. When you're a kid with a loose tooth and your dad owns a drone like Devin's, combining the two could be the greatest option ever. In the end, it looks like their cool plan worked well. View Now
Our big takeaway from this epic catapult demonstration is to make more engineer friends! We hope he already did all the math because this exploding fiery pumpkin lands a little too close for our comfort. But for a destructive show this epic, the risk's totally worth it!
Don't try this at home, or anywhere else for that matter. YouTuber Cody Don Reeder drinks a tall glass of water for science. A glass of water that contains sodium cyanide. The result may surprise you, or not? View Now
The team over at Creative Lighting Displays has once again upped the ante for Halloween decorations. For the 8th year in a row, the team has decorated this house in Riverside, California with an incredible display that pays homage to films such as "Nightmare Before Christmas" and "Ghostbusters." The video is a bit long but it's worth watching every second. View Now
You've probably heard the road safety saying about bikers and cyclists "look twice, save a life". App developer Brent Massey says his revolutionary new driving app Ridar Systems is the "third look" we're still missing! View Now
It's no secret that drones can catch your fish dinner and other neat chores, but Roman Atwood and his remote-controlled drone companion are now breaking into the world of hair styling! Though we applaud their entrepreneurialism and comedy, we'd rather keep our own (human) stylists, thanks!
What would happen if a bunch of fireworks exploded inside a sealed van? After Colin furze noticed sincere concern online regarding this possibility, he decided to use an old van and test it out. Colin filled the van with fireworks and rigged them to all go off at once. The result is an explosive fireworks show unlike any other. View Now
STORM Eindhoven is a team of 24 students who developed the first electric touring motorcycle. The Dutch students are now traveling around the whole world in 80 days on their electric motorcycle. The motorcycle has a 236-mile range and the team recharges all of its batteries locally. The goal of the world tour is to show people that the future of mobility is electric. View Now
Remember those light-up shoes all the craze when you were a kid? Thanks to indie inventor Daniel Ziperovic, this fashion "blast from the past" is on its way back, and even fluffier! Meet Kroma Kicks—the wild child of 80s leg warmers and today's motion-reactive tech. View Now
Vintage never goes out of style, even when it comes to elevators. Circular people lifts are constantly moving sets of open elevators between floors. The unique lifts have were invented in 1860 in the United Kingdom. People still utilize these elevators, but there are less than 250 of these systems still in use today in Germany View Now
If these Russian fishermen hadn't recorded it, who ever would've believed that they randomly spotted one of their country's newest hulking nuclear submarines on a rare above-water cruise? When "the one that gets away" is a 5,577-foot and 24,000-ton attack submarine, selfie away!
Then, the Royal National Lifeguard Institution, thankfully, were able to reel in their catch—a stranded yacht off the UK coast.
"Back to the Future Part II" is responsible for predicting multiple inventions that exist in everyday life. Personal drones, fingerprint recognition, video phone calls, and waste-fueled cars just to name a few.
Well, thanks to the good people over at Nike you can add self-lacing sneakers to that list. YouTube celebrity Casey Neistat recently got his hands on a pair of the Nike Mag sneakers and he was in awe, to say the least. View Now
Remember the classic Disney movie "The Rocketeer?" The film about an everyday citizen that became a superhero of sorts when he stumbled upon a jetpack. Just about anyone who has seen that movie has walked away thinking just how awesome it would be to own a jetpack. View Now
There's a good reason bluesy slide guitar champ Justin Johnson's internationally recognized as one of the top stringed instrument-playing musicians alive. He can expertly play just about anything... even if it's a three-string "shovel"!
Catch more of the guitar legend on Facebook and YouTube.
Though fishing is known as a sport of skill, luck, and a lot of waiting, a tech-savvy Russian angler has the most unbelievable and viral case of "beginner's luck". In less than 30 seconds, his high-flying drone has already hooked a fish for dinner!
Though most of us have no trouble separating fake designer bags from the real thing, it's getting a lot harder in the digital age to separate cleverly edited forgeries from real-life phenomena! Can your "sixth sense" sniff out the legit from the hoaxes in Mac Dreidel's latest "Real Or Fake?" lineup from eBaum's World?
A day in the mountains turned into a daylong rescue operation. Carter from Team Lacuna brought first-person view goggles and two remote-controlled airplanes out to Colorado mountains when one of his planes crashed. The plane landed on a peak approximately 13,000 feet in the air, so Carter had to return the next day to rescue the wrecked drone. View Now
Running out of gas is a common fear of anyone that has ever driven cross country. What do you do if you're stranded somewhere all alone? How are you going to stay warm once the temperature drops if you're stuck there overnight?
Well, YouTuber Grant Thompson has the answer. In this incredible video, he shows that all you need to start a survival fire is a pencil and some jumper cables. View Now
Instead of the normal "truck commercial" recipe of burly men and horses, highways and farms, the Swedish industrial company Atlas Copco goes off-script in their memorable ad for the new Minetruck MT65. Our favorite part's where a giant boulder explosively destroys a robot band (we're not kidding) playing mood music exclusively composed by the innovative Christoffer Berg. View Now
When Prof. Ethan Kung notices his Clemson University students are struggling to understand the day's fluid mechanics lecture, he calmly brings out an insect friend for a helpful analogy! Can you imagine how you'd perk up if your professor whipped out a leashed bumblebee from nowhere? Bizarre classroom teaching aide aside, from what we hear the lecture was a buzzing success!