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Trip Out: DIY Arduino POV Device

Who doesn’t love a good POV device? Watching designs come out of spinning lights is always a pleasure for people of all ages. Now you can build one on the cheap and with an Arduino if you own one. Materials are relatively easy to acquire and the results look decent. Link (via)

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A Different Kind Of Trek

For those looking to ride where no man has ridden before, take a look at this U.S.S. Enterprise-inspired bike. Photographer Alan Light took this shot at the 1982 San Diego Comic Con and while it may not be fresh it certainly is fresh looking. Check out how huge that horn is! I bet it can blast the opening theme of ...

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Viva Las Vegas

Great project, strange name. Created by Danish artist Alexander Laner, Viva Las Vegas is a project that makes one gaze in wonder and amazement. Creating POV visuals from a spinning set of recycled hardware and neon lights, Viva looks to engage the user in an inebriated state and hold their attention continuously. So if you’re in Copenhagen, Denmark anytime soon, ...

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Bi-Cycle is an Accident Waiting to Happen

Imagine you had two unicycles with handlebars. You take a big metal bar, about four-feet long and weld the two unicycles together. Essentially, you now have a Bi-Cycle, a bike built for two dumbasses with a lot of money to spend. apparently it works just fine if you trust each other and pedal/steer carefully. I’d like to see a pro ...

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El Scorpion Es Muy Caliente!

This Ferrari look-alike is the hottest eco-friendly car in existence. Proving that an automobile doesn’t have to run on fossil fuels to look stylish, the Ronn Motor Company has broken the mold that has plagued most´┐Ż environmental friendly vehicles. Running on hydrogen instead of fuel, the Scorpion is the poster-child for alternative solutions to abandoning fossil fuels altogether. Packed with ...

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Riding Rails With RailRunner

Though it’s not the first vehicle designed to ride on abandoned railroad tracks, the RailRunner is certainly the best looking. Using the power of pedaling, this two-seat vehicle can take you up and down town. Need more room? A 4-seat version is indeed available. The wheels closely resemble Skyway Tuff II wheels that were used on many BMX bikes back ...

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Hunt For the Crystal Skulls

In light of the recent release of the latest Indiana Jones flick, Toys R Us is selling an Indiana hat and whip to complete your costume of the most badass archaeologist to ever scour tombs. If worse comes to worst, you could always use the hat and whip to compete in the Iditarod with your team of burly huskies, once ...

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Suzuki Starts Production Of Hydrogen Powered Crotch Rockets

Those of us who respect a well-made and gorgeously designed bike will be happy to learn that Suzuki has decided to put their Crossgate concept into production. But that’s not the only good news. The Crossgate is also going to be hydrogen powered, a little perk for the environmentalists among us. Developed with the help of the British Intelligent Energy, ...

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Think Chair: When A Lamp And A Chair Collide

The idea of forming a lamp / chair hybrid has probably been tossed around before, but pairing that concept with a stylish minimalist design is no easy task. Nonetheless, designers Huseyin Sami and Gary Galego seemed to have pulled it off with the Think Chair. Although classic cartoons and BMX bikes may seem like they have nothing in common, the ...

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