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Auto Enthusiast Transforms Old Fridges Into Tiny Dwarf Cars

Auto enthusiast and mechanic Ernie Adams specializes in transforming old fridges into tiny dwarf cars for his museum in Maricopa, Arizona. Each one of these vehicles is hand built and takes up to 4,000-hours to finish. To date, he's completed hundreds of these tiny vehicles, including several race c

BMW Combines Art and Artificial Intelligence to Create the Ultimate AI Masterpiece

Slated to premiere at Frieze New York 2021, BMW's “The Ultimate AI Masterpiece" is essentially a virtual art installation created in partnership with creative technologist Nathan Shipley of Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, and Gary Yeh, Art Collector & Founder of ArtDrunk. The team used NVIDIA's open

Fascinating Look Back at the Magnavision LaserDisc Player with Leonard Nimoy

Leonard Nimoy may be best known for his portrayal of Spock, the half-human, half-Vulcan character on "Star Trek" starting from the very first TV episode, in 1966, to the film Star Trek Into Darkness in 2013, but those around in 1981 may have seen him showcasing the latest technology at the time. The

World's First and Only Mercedes-Benz X-Class 350D 6-Wheeled Truck

The Mercedes-Benz X-Class may have ended production due to low sales, but this particular X350d was transformed into a one-off, 6-wheeled pickup truck by Classic Youngtimers. Featuring a custom-built subframe that makes room for a third axle, seating room for our passengers as well as the driver, an

Rheinmetall's HX3 Tactical Truck Unveiled, Has Autonomous Driving Capabilities and Digital Stealth Mode

Germany-based Rheinmetall unveiled its latest tactical truck, the HX3, which is available in 4x4, 6x6, 8x8 as well as 10x10 configurations and has the capacity for autonomous driving, while carrying advanced artillery systems. In addition to a completely redesigned cab, the HX3 offers various assist

NASA's Voyager 1 Spacecraft Detects Plasma Hum in Deep Space

NASA’s Voyager 1 became the first human-made object to enter interstellar space after crossing the heliosphere’s boundary on August 25, 2012, and since then, it has transmitted back some fascinating data, including a faint, monotone plasma hum. More specifically, this is the faint, persistent hum of

Tesla Cybertruck Hits New York City During Elon Musk's Saturday Night Live Appearance

Tesla CEO Elon Musk may have finished his SNL hosting gig, but that's not the only thing he did in New York City during his stay last week. He shipped a Cybertruck prototype over to the city and drove it around before showcasing the vehicle at one of the company stores this past weekend. Why aren't

Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R Paul Walker Fast & Furious Tribute Car Hits the Autobahn

Paul Walker, also known as Brian O'Conner in the Fast & Furious series, uses his Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R to participate in the street race hosted by Tej Parker. You see his vehicle racing against friend Suki, along with opponents Slap Jack and Orange Julius. For those who've seen 2 Fast 2 Furious, y

How to Use a Solid-State Drive and Hard Disks to Mine Cryptocurrency (CHIA) on Your Computer - The Flighter

Can't find a GPU due to the chip shortage and want to mine cryptocurrency? CHIA uses solid-state drive computer hardware, here's how to...

Thanko's Smartphone Arm Mount Could Come in Handy on the Train

Ever wished for a hands-free way to use your smartphone on a train, while biking, or just lounging around on the couch? If so, Thanko's smartphone arm mount could be the solution. Put simply, it straps onto your wrist, has a smartphone clip and 360-degree flexibility, allowing you to adjust it a num

Microscopic Nanobots Could be Flowing Through Your Body by 2030

Futurists claim that nanobots could be flowing through your body within the next 10-years, protecting you from diseases or even sending information directly from the cloud. These microscope robots will be transported inside you on a molecular level, protecting your biological system as well as ensur

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Spacecraft Departs Asteroid Bennu and Starts Journey Back to Earth

NASA’s Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security, Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) spacecraft has already spent 5-years in space, and it has started its journey back to Earth with samples asteroid Bennu. At approximately 4:23 p.m. EDT on May 10, 2021, OSIRIS-REx fired its mai

Katsugyo Bag is a Strange Aquarium-Like Gadget Designed to Let You Take Fish on Walks

Developed by the MA Corporation, the Katsugyo Bag has nothing to do with the handbags that people carry around, but is rather a portable aquarium of sorts. It's properly equipped to transport live fish, whether it be from the market or your home, while an small gauge on top shows the water's oxygen

Auto Enthusiast Transforms Old Fridges Into Tiny Dwarf Cars

Auto enthusiast and mechanic Ernie Adams specializes in transforming old fridges into tiny dwarf cars for his museum in Maricopa, Arizona. Each one of these vehicles is hand built and takes up to 4,000-hours to finish. To date, he's completed hundreds of these tiny vehicles, including several race c

BMW Combines Art and Artificial Intelligence to Create the Ultimate AI Masterpiece

Slated to premiere at Frieze New York 2021, BMW's “The Ultimate AI Masterpiece" is essentially a virtual art installation created in partnership with creative technologist Nathan Shipley of Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, and Gary Yeh, Art Collector & Founder of ArtDrunk. The team used NVIDIA's open

Dassault Aviation's Falcon 10X Has the Largest Cabin and Most Advanced Technology Yet on a Business Jet

Set to enter service by the end of 2025, Dassault Aviation's Falcon 10X is claimed to have the largest cabin and most advanced technology yet on a business jet. Its top speed of Mach 0.925 and range of 7,500 nautical miles, enables it to fly nonstop from New York to Shanghai, Los Angeles to Sydney,