Friday, December 9, 2016

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The AirSelfie quadcopter fits in the palm of your hand and slides into a custom phone case for storage and charging. The drone can be controlled with one hand via the app and can fly up to 20 meters high. When you’re ready to snap a photo or video, it will hover autonomously — whether indoor or out. Three flight modes allow you to pilot the AirSelfie with varying degrees of control.

The integrated camera that shoots five-megapixel stills or HD video. The only limitation I see is the fact that it can only fly for 3 minutes and that it needs a 30 minute recharge cycle. Nevertheless I believe it will be a success. Image Source: Screenshot/AirSelfie/2016

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Facebook user Jason Womal uploaded a video of a giant spider dragging a mouse up his fridge. You can relax – the video originates from Australia, which is home to already 94 known species of Huntsman spiders. Huntsman spiders are not considered dangerous to people, although large ones can inflict painful bites. Watch the video below, if you dare :) Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2016

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BMW unveiled a new concept bike named the “Motorrad Vision Next 100” in California. The bike is supposed to offer a glimpse of what the motorcycles might look like in the future. It will have self-balancing wheels, so that a kickstand is only needed when the motorcycle is shut down. The concept bike will also feature an “electronic safety cage” that communicates with other vehicles and road sensors to help it automatically avoid crashes.

As a result, motorcycle riders will have no need of helmets or padded clothing. The motorcycle will be powered by an electric motor and feature a frame that can bend as the bike is steered, eliminating the need for joints. For more information watch the video below. Image Source: Screenshot/BMW/2016

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We all know one person that always takes it too far. Diving enthusiast 8Booth is one of them. With nerves of steel he launches himself from a very tall buildings into a swimming pool. He films the whole journey and it went viral. No matter what, he has balls of steel and he is also very lucky because he didn’t kill himself. Watch the video below. Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2016

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Customers at an Apple Store in France were left open-mouthed when a man strolled in and went on what can only be described as an iPhone-smashing rampage. Dressed in jeans and a hoodie the man used a steel ball to wreak havoc on thousands of pounds worth of Apple gadgets. After noticing that he was filmed, the man turns to the camera and begins to shout in French: “Apple is a company that violated European consumers’ rights. They refused to reimburse me, I told them ‘Give me my money back’. They said no. So you know what’s happening? This is happening!”

A security guard then approached the individual and walked the man out of the store! A Police investigation is now underway. Although I am not a fan of Apple, it hurts to see him smash those phones! Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2016

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As a kid I used to dream of owning a RC plane. 30 years later I still do not have one. Nevertheless they still fascinate me. In this video you will see a 1:2 scale model of a Saab JAS 39 Gripen that recently flew at a model airshow in Germany. Sadly this beautiful bird broke up in mid-air, causing a spectacular crash at 1:49. Moments after the breakup you can see the plane’s builder’s absolutely devastated by sudden carnage. I don’t even want to know how much the plane cost and how much time it took to be built! Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2016