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Pokemon GO helmet turns gameplay into a robotic adventure

Pokemon GO Helmet

Pokemon GO has forced citizens from around the world to leave their couches and get out of their houses to capture all Pokemon creatures. Although the fun game has managed to combine technology with the benefits of physical exercise, but the slight problem with the game is that it keeps your hands busy and also stresses your neck. Not any more! YouTuber Simone Giertz, also known as the Queen Of Shitty Robots, has come up with another shitty invention – the world’s first Pokemon GO Helmet that offers completely handsfree gaming experience.

Inventor Colin Furze comes up with a Thermite launcher

Colin Furze creates Thermite launcher

If you have heard of Colin Furze, then you’ll certainly know what a crazy guy he is. Well, if you haven’t heard of him, let us brief you about him. Colin Furze is a British garage inventor, stuntman, filmmaker and YouTuber who love to do all the insane stuff that come to his mind. And, of course he loves to share it with the world. From creating a firework rocket launcher to Flamethrower Scooter, this 37-year-old world record holder from Lincolnshire, England has become a famous internet sensation over the period.

James Hobson demonstrates homemade exoskeleton by lifting a Mini Cooper

Homemade exoskeleton by James Hobson

James Hobson, a Kitchener, Ontario-based inventor has built an exoskeleton and demonstrated its strength by lifting a Mini Cooper almost a foot off the ground. Inspired by Iron Man, the homemade exoskeleton lifted the Mini Cooper weighing 2,524 lbs in front of a German TV crew. The video posted on his YouTube channel The Hacksmith impressively showcases how the suit’s pneumatic legs use a set of pistons to lift the weight of the car. The legs of the exoskeleton are rated for about 700 kilograms, although lifting Mini Cooper’s rear wheels was just 360 kilograms.

YouTube user recreates Linkin Park’s ‘In the End’ by using clips from 183 movies [Video]

Linkin Park's 'In the End' Sung by 183 Movies

Although, Linkin Park has come a long way since it was formed back in 1996, most of people still remembers them by their most popular single hit, ‘In the End.’ Band’s highest charting single in the US, ‘In the End’ was awarded Best Rock Video and Best Direction awards by MTV. Well, looks like the song is still inspiring people even today. One such guy is YouTube user “The Unusual Suspect” who has recreated the rock song by using dialogues and phrases delivered by characters from more than 183 different movies. How cool is that!

Sony unveils world’s first 4K display smartphone at IFA 2015

Sony Xperia Z5 Premium at IFA 2015

IFA, world’s leading trade show for consumer electronics and home appliances is about to kick-off in Berlin from September 4, 2015. However, the press conferences have already started from today, which is how we are able to bring you the major announcement of the day. Sony, Japanese mobile phone manufacturing company has unveiled the world’s first 4K smartphone at the tech event. Called Xperia Z5 Premium, the smartphone comes with 5.5-inch 4K “Ultra HD” screen having a 3,840 x 2,160px resolution, which is four times the resolution of Full HD. It has a pixel density of 806 pixels per inch (ppi) so that you can enjoy crystal clear 4K videos on YouTube and Netflix.

DJI introduces the all new Phantom 3 drone

Phantom 3 drone by DJI

DJI, world leader in manufacturing unmanned aerial vehicles such as camera drones and quadcopters for aerial photography and videography has unveiled their new product. The Chinese technology company has added a new drone to the line-up of its famous ground-breaking Phantom drone platforms. Christened Phantom 3, the small quadcopter drone will be offered in two variants: Phantom 3 Professional which can shoot 4K video at 30 fps and the Phantom 3 Advanced which can shoot at 1920 x 1080 resolution at up to 60 fps. Easy to use and equipped with an intelligent system, the Phantom 3 drone allows you to reach for the sky and capture professional-quality footage from a new perspective.

Vietnamese Dark Knight: A Scrap-part Built Batpod replica

About a month ago a bike enthusiast Tung Lam from Vietnam posted a video on YouTube of himself riding his homemade prototype of a Batpod which he has named the “Vietnamese Dark Knight”. The video went viral and just after 10 days it received about 370,000 views in spite of the fact that the BatPod was still incomplete.

Now just after a month later after the first video was released, the young mechanic posted another video a few days back and it seems like the scrap part built Batpod bike is complete and fully functional.