World’s Largest Nerf Gun

Childhood Nerf wars are a common sight, but three engineers have stepped things up a notch with this modified piece of kit which can fire ammunition at a staggering 40mph (64kph) over 130 yards (118 meters). Mark Rober, a former NASA engineer who worked on the Mars Rover project, joined forces with Ryan and David from Eclectical Engineering, and together created one giant Nerf gun that has no problems obliterating watermelons or shattering glass. To give the gun such force, the clever clogs added a 3000psi paintball tank which then channels into an air cylinder which regulates the air, sending bursts of pressure at 80psi. 60 second quiz: Do you have the brain of a millionaire? Read more Watch this and download a millionaires brain into your head. (VIDEO) Read more To test just how forceful the gun is, the guys 3D printed a projectile which they managed to fire 130 yards down a football pitch. If you’re thinking you’ve never seen bullets this size though, don’t worry – all you need is some toilet plungers and pool noodles and you’re all set. Original Article here:...

This Video Won’t Let You Down. Its Actually Awesome!

The band OK Go is known for creating some insanely creative music videos. They’ve mastered the “single take”, where the entire video is one continuous shot. And the band has used synchronized treadmills and enormous Rube Goldberg machines for their videos in the past. But this one might take the cake for their most creative music video yet. The video sees the band members riding around on self-balancing Uni-Cub unicycle from Honda, starting off inside before going into a massive courtyard. They’re followed by a “multi-copter camera”, essentially a camera set up on a drone, when the band meets up with a crowd of people holding colored umbrellas. There are no words to describe what happens next – you really just need to watch. According to Billboard, it took director Morihiro Harano over fifty attempts before getting the perfect five minutes and twenty seconds of video. It was filmed in an abandoned warehouse in Chiba, Japan, outside of Tokyo. Source:...

Extreme Clunker Transformation Using Foam – From Junkyard To Showroom!

What this Lithuanian man did with a junkyard clunker and expandable foam will shock you. He regularly fixes up clunkers and transforms them into beautiful rides. You won’t believe this transformation! Close Attention To Detail The Before Shot Complete With Awesome Fur Coat But Don’t Forget The Interior! Not Too Shabby Paint Time! The Shape Is About There Showroom Ready Cardboard Stencils Getting There Little More Umph In The Trunk Not Much Going On Up Front More Sculpting Nothing Going On Back There Either Etching Out The Details Fine Tuning The Interior Replacing The Lights Is a Great Place To Start Just Look At That Stunning Transformation! Close Shave A Little Goo Goes A Long Way! Keep The Foam Flowing! Just Pour and Let It Expand Those Rims Though! The Interior Looks Brand New! Almost Ready For Paint! All The Right Curves Original Article:...