We posted about the FlyNano last year, this week FlyNano has flown its electric prototype(watch the video after more), equipped with a new battery-powered engine. FlyNano has been promising a lot: its carbon fiber personal seaplane is small, lightweight, easy to fly without a pilot's license, and costs under $34,000. With a small electric engine, you'll be able to hit over 80 mph, and the 9,800-foot service ceiling and 40-mile rang. FlyNano has promised a final design next year with a delivery date at the end of 2013.
"Most people walk around looking like zombies because nobody is getting enough sleep these days. Why not take that look to the extreme with the Zombie Eye Mask? This ghoulish green mask with creepy bloodshot eyes is the perfect accessory for some quality beauty rest. You can sleep like one of the undead in this stylish and hilarious sleep mask. You'll be fast asleep, but your zombie eyes will be wide awake. The Zombie Eye Mask is the perfect gift for new parents, horror buffs, and zombie lovers in your family." $6.02.
The BMW i Pedelec Concept is a compact bicycle designed to fit with an electric motor. Plus, their batteries can be recharged while they’re in there. It is equipped with disc brakes, an aluminum/carbon body and an expensive li-ion battery which is capable of assisting the rider for a distance of 25km to 40km. the i Pedelec can also be folded “effortlessly” says BMW, the weight is superior to 20kg (44lbs), so it’s not “light” for a bicycle.
By Jason Craft. I wanted one! Using 3D tracking, seamless camera cuts and 3D camera projection... "I tried to match the game as close as possible. This was the most challenging project I have ever undertaken, consisting of 3D tracking, seamless camera cuts and 3D camera projection."
In order to ride the hose on the Jetovator, you'll need your own personal watercraft (Seadoo, Yamaha or Kawasaki). The Jetovator kit will set you back almost $9,000, and while that includes the bike, 50 feet of hose, and all the plumbing adapters you'll need, it doesn't include the personal water craft which is needed to power it. Just hook the Jetovator up to your watercraft with a 50-foot hose, and get ready to reach heights up to 30 feet, speeds up to 25mph, dives down to 10 feet, and insane aerial tricks like 360 degree barrel rolls, and back flips. Watch the video.
1953 Timossi-Ferrari Arno XI racing hydroplane. 600+ bhp, 4,493.73 cc Ferrari Tipo 375 F1 V-12 engine with twin superchargers and twin four-choke carburettors, Timossi di Azzano three-point racing hydroplane hull. Length: 6,200 mm (245”). Beam: 2,470 mm (97.24") • Achille Castoldi’s famed Ferrari V-12 Timossi 800 kg class racing hydroplane • Reset the world speed record in its class on 15 October 1953, at 241.708 km/h • Beautifully and painstakingly restored; engine confirmed original by Ferrari S.p.A.
These are the motorized electric roller skates($700) strap right on to your shoes and allow you to coast along effortlessly at a speed of up to 8 mph, for up to 5 or 6 miles. Each skate packs an 80-watt motor that’s housed in a fiber-reinforced nylon frame, making them tough and durable. The tires are 6″ in diameter, and a hand-held wireless remote the throttle both skates simultaneously up to 8 mph. To stop, all you do is let go of the throttle or simply lean back on the heel stopper like you would a normal pair of skates. Each skate has a removable lithium-ion battery that provides up to 40 minutes of continuous power (5-6 mile range).