This is a video documenting Youtuber Allen Pad’s quest to build a pair of moon boots that will allow him to jump higher. His final design involves using compressed air triggered by a handheld remote to launch him places his own muscles could never take him. Specifically, to a height
Because dream it, and with enough Youtube followers you can actually make enough money to fund and build it, this is a video of the guys at Hacksmith building a massive walking spider mecha from six excavators over the course of a year. Sure it only has six legs instead
Because dream it (and with enough know-how, money, and luck), you can achieve it, this is a video of Youtuber Ideal Idea constructing an icosahedron (20-sided polygon) infinity mirror terrarium. How about that! No matter where you look it’s green with plant life! Me? I’m a huge fan of terrariums
This is a video created by Youtuber Sprice Machines, who spent four months constructing a Rube Goldberg chain reaction machine that spans almost his entire home, all to deliver a single scoop of ice cream with chocolate syrup and sprinkles. Is this the easiest way to get a scoop of
This is a video of Josh and friends from Youtube channel FliteTest constructing a massive 15-foot Iron Giant out of FT Maker Foam (which they often use to make model aircraft). Man, that Iron Giant would look great in my…apartment parking space? He definitely wouldn’t fit inside, that’s for sure.
Because everyone’s tree is different (I think mine is just poison ivy), this is a video documenting Youtuber SeanHodgins’ construction of a spinning holographic Christmas tree. One that spins so fast he stands behind a blast shield while testing it. Still, I can’t help but want to bet somebody twenty
Marble machines: I’ve been making them since my age was in the low single digits. Granted those were all made out of children’s wooden blocks and the marble usually got stuck somewhere I couldn’t see, but I consider myself an expert on the subject nonetheless. This is a very impressive
Domino runs: it’s only the knocking them over part that’s fun. The setting up part is tedious and stressful, and usually (at least in my case) ends with a premature demolition and sadness. Built by LEGO builder Grant Davis using LEGO Technics parts, this machine will infinitely set up and