This is the Kymera electric bodyboard. It doesn't need Mother Nature's sissy wave power because it has an electric engine and battery. It's basically a lay-down jet-ski, and I was actually pretty impressed with its speed. They're currently a Kickstarter project though so if you want one you're gonna have to cough up at least $2,500 (and hope a bunch of other people do too). That's a little out of my watersports budget at the moment. My budget is more along the lines of an inflatable pool and two of those foam noodles to beat each other with American Gladiators style, and I already have the noodles in the closet. I get to be Nitro though.
Hit the jump for their Kickstarter video.
Thanks to Devon, who doesn't need an electric bodyboard because he/she (you have a unisex name and didn't clarify!) knows how to call and lasso dolphins. That's cool.
This is the Attraktsionus Double Ferris Wheel concept developed by Art Lebedev Studios. It's like a normal Ferris Wheel, except attached to another, smaller one. It's supposed to be the lovechild of a Ferris Wheel and a cable car and I think we should all take a minute to be ... / Continue →
This is a video of a 90-year old grandma wearing Oculus Rift virtual reality goggles and taking a tour of Tuscany. And let me tell you -- she is LOVING IT. When I'm old I want VR goggles fused to my eyeballs so I can live out the remainder of my life in virtual paradise inste... / Continue →
I spy a hoverboard.
First Dragon Ball moves in real life, then Vader force-choking, and now some Quidditch in real life pictures (although some just look like witches). It's weird how the internet works, isn't it? It's like, cyclical. Just one big turd-recycling series of t... / Continue →