"If you want to skip the build up to the aerial crash, fast forward to about the 1:15 mark on the video to see an 80-inch RC plane with 50cc gas engine hit a RC helicopter and then immediately nosedive to its destruction. The plane clips one of its wings when it hits the chopper and immediately spirals down and slams into the ground."
This unusual Ciaté Chalkboard Manicure kit features a black chalkboard base coat, a clear top coat, and four chalk pens that come in white, blue, green, and pink colors. Unfortunately, the kit does NOT come with a chalkboard eraser. A a chalkboard on nails.
The Works Sydney has recently unveiled the world's largest cooler, which will be used to film a TV commercial in April. The 36-by-15-metre cooler stocked with giant Jim Beam "cans" was constructed at the Bondi Icebergs pool. The cooler was filled with approximately 2 million litres of water, more than 500 giant "ice cubes" and 33 Jim Beam "cans" that measure 1.9 metres in diameter and 3.9 metres tall.
With the BionicOpter, Festo has technically mastered the highly complex flight characteristics of the dragonfly. Just like its model in nature, this ultralight flying object can fly in all directions, hover in mid-air and glide without beating its wings. Watch the video of BionicOpter robotic dragonfly, awsome!
Scope ‘Introduces’ Bacon Mouthwash on YouTube describes the previous "crowning achievements of bacon." It's first crowning achievement? Being bacon. Other achievements include carbonated bacon, "spreadable bacon," bacon shaving cream, and my favorite, a bacon Kevin Bacon portrait. Now comes the bacon mouthwash, "for breath that sizzles." It tastes like bacon, but leaves your breath minty fresh.
Located in Vöcklabruck, Austria, this clever observation platform allows visitors to walk below the water's surface without getting them wet. Seen from a distance, it looks like that people are walking freely with his lower half part below the water surface.
New York artist Jason Hackenwerth just unveiled his latest work balloon sculpture, entitled "Pisces" at the Edinburgh International Science Festival in the Grand Gallery of the National Museum of Scotland.