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Gavin Peacock of FlippedSociety made his own Russian swing and used it as a diving board. Unlike most swings, the device has steel bars instead of ropes and is often used by circus performers to pull off high acrobatic jumps.
Viral filmmaker Casey Neistat and his son Owen took a trip to Tropical Islands Resort, a huge indoor 24/7 water park in Germany. It’s in a 710,000 sq.ft. airship hangar that’s high enough to fit the Statue of Liberty inside.
A group of Russian firefighters has a little time on their hands between calls and decides to do something fun with all those high-pressure hoses they have lying around. Sure, it’s a waste of water, but it still looks like fun.
The BomBoard is a gas-powered personal watercraft. It disassembles into four separate pieces that are small and light enough to fit in the trunk of a car. It has a top speed of 40mph and will sell for $3,495 in 2015.
Tribord’s Easybreath is a mask and snorkel that lets you breathe through your nose while underwater. Works down to about 10ft., provides 180º vision and won’t fog up or let water in. Available in Europe starting 5/14 at Decathlon.
We love a white Christmas as much as the next guy, but there are moments when the dirty snowmelt outside makes us crave warmer climes. Good thing we can dive into this surf vid featuring western Australia’s pristine waters.
Point 65 specializes in take-apart kayaks. The Mercury in particular splits into three parts small enough to fit in the back of a small SUV or crossover. You can also link two cockpits together to create a longer tandem kayak.
ACL Digital Cinema showcases some of the epic shots they took this year using the amazing Red Epic camera, which has a 14mp sensor and a 5120 x 2700 pixel array. Best watched in full screen HD with the sound cranked.
Using a Kinect and projector, Mato Mato developed a display that you interact with using a liquid surface as the interface. It has desktop applications but it’s the game ideas shown off at the end that really captured our attention.
The Lifesaver Jerrycan holds up to 5 gallons of water. It can filter all known viruses, bacteria, parasites and fungi from freshwater sources. Its filter can clean up to about 5,300 gallons of water. It also has a shower attachment.
The Balmain Boat Company sells flat-packed mini rowboat and sailboat kits. Each kit has most of what you need to build the boat, including nails and screws. It takes about 30 hours to put a boat together.
It’s officially summer and it’s like a steambath in the city, so watching all the superior wakeboarding footage in Parker Walbeck’s video for Devin Supertramp is cooling us off. And maybe making us a little jealous too.
Software developers have long struggled to incorporate realistic water into video games. As video chips become more powerful, and engineers create better digital models, we might soon be seeing water that looks this good.
Don’t have the constitution or finances to race in an actual Formula 1 car? Just do like this guy did, and head to your sink. Sure, it has none of the thrill of an actual F1 car, but you don’t have to worry about wrecks either.
(NSFW: language) Isaac Brumaghim was minding his own business, kayak fishing, when he received an unexpected visitor. His reaction is priceless (and way better than if Chompy had actually made contact). (Thanks everybody!)