Integrated into the board and the plinth is an electromagnetic system which levitates the board. A laser system stabilises the object in the air.
A LASER STABILIZATION SYSTEM?! This things stater of the art (yes, I said that) than the one in the movie! Now I'm not saying this Nils character obviously has a time machine, but somebody hasn't missed a sports bet in 8 years. Coincidence? Yes, shit like that happens all the time -- it's the mystery of the cosmos! (Mutherf***er has a time machine and you know it)
Hit the jump for a couple more shots and a video of the somebody sold their soul to the devil!
Did anybody else know there was a bed in that thing? Because I didn't. Of course, you could write a small pamphlet about all the the things I don't know. Sike! They'd all fit on one side of a Post-It. Anyway, some talented craftsman is selling the Tardis pull-out bed he ma... / Continue →
This is a replica of Shotaro Kaneda's bike from Akira, built by Masashi Teshima over the past seven years for a cost of around $120K. It's the only replica with the official blessing of Akira's creator Katsuhiro Otomo, and now Teshima is riding the bike across Japan to raise m... / Continue →
Seen here looking suspiciously like the Batamaran (see what I did there? I combined bat and catamaran) I drew for part of my Bat-fan fiction (I'm doing it again!) graphic novel, Juliet Marine's 'Ghost' stealth boat makes an appearance off the coast of New England. It floats o... / Continue →