Science/Tech

'Death Star' Congratulates You On Corn Hole Win

'Death Star' Congratulates You On Corn Hole Win

Before the "Star Wars" fans get their hopes up, this corn hole board is currently not for sale as it was constructed for a charity event by Hyperdyne Labs. When you score, the board lights up and galaxy-esque sounds echo in celebration. If you didn't want to play corn hole before, you'll want to give it a "shot" now. View Now
Foam Glider Takes GoPro On Loopy Flight

Foam Glider Takes GoPro On Loopy Flight

You can just about strap a GoPro onto anything, so when Viva Frei scores an Air Hogs foam glider for 15-bucks, it's going down (for real). He makes his way up to a rooftop and sets it free... CRASH. Don't lose hope though because Viva isn't giving up until he makes a perfect run. View Now
Can You Guess The REAL Price Of Firefighter Gear?

Can You Guess The REAL Price Of Firefighter Gear?

Even though the cost of firefighting is often measured in blood, sweat, and tears, saving property and lives can be shockingly pricey. The crew at Spanish Fort Fire Rescue in Alabama decided to quiz the average person to see if their guestimates match up to the real costs of purchasing fire engines and protective equipment. The results are pretty jaw-dropping. View Now
Shipping Containers You Can Swim In

Shipping Containers You Can Swim In

Shipping containers are no longer just for shipping, it's as if they have been reincarnated into Modpools. The Canadian brand has developed a clever system controlled by an app on your phone. The shipping container turned swimming pool is decently priced and boasts easy setup. A once practical box is now a sophisticated feature of your backyard. The best part? You can convert the container to coexist as a hot tub and a swimming pool. View Now
Astronaut PB&Js Are Comically Hard To Make

Astronaut PB&Js Are Comically Hard To Make

The lack of gravity in the International Space Station can turn everyday tasks—like making a PB&J sandwich—into a juggling game for astronauts. Watch as Expedition 50 commander Shane Kimbrough tries his luck at making this sandwich staple. Just don't let the food float away, Shane! View Now
Robotic Arm Keeps This Train Rollin'

Robotic Arm Keeps This Train Rollin'

Swiss mechanical engineering student Christian Schürch has created a robotic arm that constantly places track before a moving toy train. The arm senses the train's current position and determines the exact moment it needs to pick up and lay down another track. If he was in elementary school, he'd win the science fair by far... View Now
They'll Opt To Take The Stairs Next Time

They'll Opt To Take The Stairs Next Time

A 6-year-old girl in Russia might now have a fear of escalators due to this unfortunate incident inside a shopping mall. From what seemingly looks to be a simple step-on-the-escalator maneuver, soon became a painful nightmare when Leila's foot caught onto the moving stairs. View Now
Star-Lord's Jetpack Brought To Life

Star-Lord's Jetpack Brought To Life

You know after you watch an incredible, action-packed superhero movie you feel as if you could punch through a wall? Well, if so you might have been jealous of Star-Lord from Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy." The Hacksmith had a feeling you might be jealous so he created a real-life jetpack that can reach speeds up to 43-miles-per-hour. View Now
Startup Makes Tattoos You Can Hear

Startup Makes Tattoos You Can Hear

Over millennia of human tattooing, not much has changed about the art's basic premises. That is, until Soundwave Tattoos discovered that tattoos are for hearing, too! Armed with a handy companion app, you can create any audio message up to a minute long that's forever associated with your particular soundwave tattoo. View Now
Dirt Race All About Fun And Cheap Decorated Cars

Dirt Race All About Fun And Cheap Decorated Cars

Seemingly, everyone is a winner in the 5th Annual LeMelons race in Alberta, Canada. For three hours, teams race around a dirt track in their intelligently themed cars with every intention to just keep driving. The teams should only spend $300 on their vehicle and it must remain stock but they have all the freedom in the world when it comes to decorating. From tires kicking up mud to a car bursting into a cloud of smoke, this video by Casual Swede is entertaining to watch.  View Now
Acrobat Falls During Shocking Stunt & Daredevil Drone Pilot Wows Crowd

Acrobat Falls During Shocking Stunt & Daredevil Drone Pilot Wows Crowd

Even though physics says what goes up must come down, that's not what's supposed to happen when you're an acrobat! Nonetheless, it's a bad case of "butter fingers" that sends poor Maria Syulgina tumbling more than 60 feet down during a daring performance without safety equipment. Fortunately, she escapes the terrifying fall with only a mild concussion and broken arm. View Now
Brave Toddler Test Drives First Wheelchair

Brave Toddler Test Drives First Wheelchair

Thomas wasn't even born when doctors discovered he had a rare and oftentimes deadly genetic mutation called Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Although doctors predicted he wouldn't live past several weeks, little Thomas is now 16 months old! Living with "Brittle Bone Disease" is a monumental challenge, because even simple movements can cause excruciating bone fractures. His genetic mutation has caused his bones to be so fragile that he has not been able to rollover, walk, or crawl yet. View Now
The First Fully Electric Vertical Take-Off And Landing Jet

The First Fully Electric Vertical Take-Off And Landing Jet

Lilium has just performed a successful test flight of their fully electric vertical take-off and landing jet. The company is aiming to eventually introduce air taxis to the general public, which will hold up to five passengers. The jets are able to reach max speeds of 186 miles per hour and have a flying range of about 186 miles on a fully charged battery. Lilium plans to have its first manned flight in 2019 and the taxi service available to consumers in 2025. View Now
What Can Paper Slice Through?

What Can Paper Slice Through?

When it comes to tools for slicing through an object such as a heavy book, probably one of the last things you would think of would be a piece of paper. YouTube channel Mr. Hacker was on our show recently but had so much great material left over that he was able to come up with a second instalment.  View Now
PSA: Dads Shouldn't Wear Shock Collars

PSA: Dads Shouldn't Wear Shock Collars

This family invested in an anti-bark shock collar for their dog but before they let the dog wear it they "have" to test it. Who better than dad? The poor guy straps it on, imitates a bark, and ZAP! Yeah, you can tell he was in pain. Can we not do this again, like ever... Please? View Now
Guy Proposes To His Girl With Handmade Ring

Guy Proposes To His Girl With Handmade Ring

When a man's in love, he'll do just about anything. So when Mike Boyd left a jewelry store empty handed, he knew what he had to do. As the master of learning things quickly, he took on the challenge of making an engagement ring from scratch (something he's never done before by the way). Six hours later, Mike has a beautiful handmade ring he hopes his girlfriend Kim will say "yes" to. View Now
YOU Can Control Florida Home's Live 'Bubble Cam'

YOU Can Control Florida Home's Live 'Bubble Cam'

With one click of a button, a bubble machine in a backyard in Florida sets off a blast of bubbles at your command. This ingenious contraption is called the "Garden Bubble Cam." Andie and Mike have developed this Internet genie out of Andie's love for bubbles and Mike's intelligence with computer software. It's pretty neat to watch it live and to know somewhere out in Florida, you sent bubbles into the sky.  View Now