Right, I will admit it right now, probably my favourite toy as a kid was Lego, I would build loads of different stuff with it, however I never really got into building Lego Technics that much which gave you more options and the use of motors/gears etc.
However, this guy can clearly use Lego to construct some rather nifty machinery as he’s combined Lego with something else I played with at one point and that is dominos! Continue reading →
I’ve been a big fan of Lego ever since I was a small kid and therefore I know as well as anybody just how long it takes to create anything truly good with Lego – and we’re not talking about simply building a bought set by following the instructions (as fun as that can be), no we’re talking about creating Lego models yourself, similar to the Lego fan who made custom Lego sets to ask his girlfriend to marry him with. Continue reading →
Do you remember playing dominos as a kid? A great game I quite enjoyed, although I perhaps enjoyed the whole setting up and running of a “Domino Rally” style event, admittedly it could takes an hour or more to setup a large sized set, only for them to fall down in just seconds, but it always seemed worth it. Continue reading →
Ever wondered what actually happens when a bullet impacts something? Well now you can get a much better idea by taking a look at this video which shows lots of different bullet impacts in slow motion as taken by a camera taking 1 million frames per second to capture the precise detail of what happens when bullets hit things. Continue reading →
With the G.I. Joe movie having been released, this viral video has been created to tie-in with it – it is basically showing some test footage of the military testing the Delta 6 Accelerator Suit on a skateboard ramp, which starts off quite normal, but then its true power is revealed! Continue reading →
You find a lot of different blog posts, articles and videos on the Internet which will give you various life lessons on verious different types of things, but how about taking some from when you would watch the He-Man cartoon as a kid? Continue reading →
We recently featured an article on Zath about a giant 59ft Gundam statue that had been built in Tokyo to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Gundam – that’s one hell of a way to celebrate, you can see lots of pictures of the construction of it and also a video which shows the giant Gundam statue moving! Continue reading →
Leo Laporte is a calm, well-mannered guy who produces a whole bunch of great “This Week in Tech” audio and video podcasts as well as live-streaming his other shows from his house – I personally think he’s one of the best tech-based commentators out there and equally his shows are usually pretty spot on and he tells it like it is. Continue reading →
If you’re a fan of Formula 1 like I am, then you might like to take a look at this following video!
Former F1 driver turned commentator; Martin Brundle gets back behind the wheel of a current Formula 1 car along with his former team-mate Mark Blundell to explain and demonstrate overtaking in Formula 1 – something that some people would argue does not happen quite nearly enough – perhaps this will explain why it is such a tough thing to do with these cars that are driven around the track at around 200mph. Continue reading →
This portable automatic paintball sentry is very impressive to watch and funny to see the guy getting pelted with paintballs, remarkably accurate – but perhaps a little scary to think what could be done if hooked up to a real gun given it’s accuracy! Continue reading →