The project you’re about to set your eyes on is called the “Bufalino,” and it’s a one-person camper using the APE 50 as its platform. Inside the Bufalino you’ll find a bed, two seatings, a cooking zone, basin, relatively lots of storage, a refrigerator, and more.
Infographic WIN. Five years into the Gulf oil disaster, scientists are still studying its impact on birds, whales, sea turtles, and other marine life—and the critical ecosystems beneath the waves. This infographic shows what we know, and it’s not encouraging, for either the Gulf or future plans for offshore drilling.
When the zombie apocalypse comes, you’re going to wish you had one of these. The world’s most advanced expedition vehicle, created by a team of engineers, artists and scientists, can store three weeks’ worth of food and water onboard for three people, scale 45-degree slopes, desalinate salt water and deploy its own drones. HD cameras, LED work lights and a weather station are among the gadgets mounted to the roof