When it comes to DIY inventor projects, they vary from productive innovation to dangerously awesome. The X-Men inspired “Cyclops Visor” that lets you shoot flames from your eyes is definitely the latter.
YouTube user “Sufficiently Advanced” has created this wonderfully destructive weapon using only a welding helmet with a fuel tank, pump, nozzles and pilot lights. Whenever the user hits a switch on the side, it shoots a jet of flames out of one side and a stream of fuel to propel across a distance of around ten feet.
Of course, you’ve probably heard the “don’t try this at home” announcement multiple times, flagrantly ignoring it to go ahead and chokeslam your friend through a table. This is one of those times when you really REALLY shouldn’t…
While the risks are minimised, dripping accelerant could catch fire, it looks like you can’t see a thing out of these goggles, and let’s not forget the potentially exploding fuel tank next to your face!
By all means, check it out and be amazed. But I hope you don’t get too awe-inspired to the point of actually making one of these in person.
Nissan has announced they will be the first car manufacturer to put autonomous cars on public roads in Europe – being cleared by UK Government to begin trials in Britain.
It’s rare that a gadget makes you smile - like, really smile with a simple intention of bringing joy to one’s life. Parihug, an internet-connected teddy bear that let’s you hug a loved one from across the globe, is one of those rare times.
HTC announced some new upgrades for their Vive VR platform - including a new motion tracker, wireless adaptor and improved audio. But is this new hardware any good? I went to their private event at CES 2017 and found out...
Another year, another tonne of TV announcements at CES 2017 - but what were the best screens out there in Vegas? I found out and wrote a feature for BBC's Science Focus Magazine!
Everybody hates Blue Monday - the gloomiest day of the year according to research. Well, let's cheer things up with the chance to win a Monster Superstar Hotshot: one of the best bluetooth speakers I've ever tested. To enter, just subscribe to New Rising Media's mailing list.
We all love to take pictures of the starry skies at night. But to achieve the same incredible astronomy photography seen on desktop wallpapers and magazines, it takes some incredibly expensive and cumbersome equipment. That is until now, as the Tiny1 reproduces incredible space pictures with the form factor of a smartphone.
Ever wished you could just shut out the times when your friends decide to watch terrible shows on the TV? Well, with Holosonics Audio Spotlight speakers, now you can - built to project sounds like a beam of light to the person sitting right in front of it.
Way back in October, I wrote a somewhat controversial piece about why the Nintendo Switch is set up for failure - highlighting some key problems the company should avoid if they want to stand a chance against Sony and Microsoft. Did they listen? Let's take a look at what they announced in Tokyo.
When you think of in-store posters, chances are you imagine a simple poster hanging in the window. But Kino-mo are looking to innovate with their brand new Hypervsn technology - bringing 3D holograms to stores.
As the next Snapchat Spectacles location was revealed just outside the T-Mobile arena in Las Vegas, Snap Inc. quickly became one of the most influential companies at CES without actually being on the show floor.
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