This is a video released by LEGO and pizza lover The Brick Wall to celebrate five years on Youtube by presenting his latest creation: a LEGO assembly line capable of putting uniform amounts of sauce, cheese, pepperoni, and peppers (or any other small ingredient) on an uncooked pizza. Unfortunately it
Seen here looking like it ran over a body, this is a video of a Zamboni resurfacing the ice at Bill Gray’s Regional Iceplex at Monroe Community College’s campus in upstate New York when it decides it’s had enough of its cold lifestyle and catches fire. Impressively, the operator manages
This is a video of Japan’s 59-foot tall Gundam robot during a movement test, successfully kneeling as well as walking a few steps. Apparently the footage has been sped up around 4X though, so he’s not exactly going to win any races. Still, I think we can all agree, this
This is a video from the Brick Experiment Channel of the creation of increasingly larger LEGO powered water vortices, ending with one that’s so powerful there’s hardly any water in the bottom of the bucket as the vortex spins. Now that is powerful. Now I hate to point any fingers,
This is a video of Youtuber Warped Perception adding some gunpowder to the fuel mix of a transparent-topped engine. The results *putting on cool guy shades* are certainly explosive. “Those are way too small for your head.” Yeah I think my nephew and I might have had a mix up.
This is a video of a remote controlled robotic coconut harvester being developed in India as a result of a shortage of current model coconut harvesters, which are actual human beings who climb 50-feet into a coconut tree, then hold on with one hand while hacking off coconut stems with
This is a video of a Model-T alien humanoid robot developed by technology firm Telexistence stocking a convenience store’s drink selection via remote operator. Some more info while I try (and easily succeed) to pull drinks out the other side even faster than this robotic nerd can stock them: As
This is a short video introducing New Zealand based Eight360’s Nova 360-degree virtual reality motion platform, which can move untethered in any direction for UNLIMITED BARREL ROLLAGE or pretending you’re the Indiana Jones boulder. The movement of the simulator is also “synced with a VR headset, so motion sickness isn’t