For the first time, the U.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
"Kick it over here," said the quadrocopter, before murdering everyone.
What you see here is a king among <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/tag/vans">rape vans</a>, or as we call them here in the Uproxx offices, "molestation enthusiast conveyances".
Bob Dullam, a props artist from Michigan, deserves some props himself -- *lifts megaphone, waits for feedback to subside, clears throat* SEE WHAT I DID THERE.
Steve Saint of i-Tec had a problem to solve; how do doctors, missionaries, etc.
You might remember that we'd previously reported on <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/gammasquad/2010/08/china-to-turn-buses-into-end-bosses">the traffic-gulping two-story bus</a> that China was so excited about.
Look, I'm not going to lie here: in high school, as I lacked the confidence to do things like talk to girls, I spent a lot of time studying the "circus arts", which is a fancy way of saying I spent hours teaching myself to juggle.
No, not that Enterprise.
Google has spent beekeeper at their campus, etc.
The 30-month-long <a href="http://www.progressiveautoxprize.org/">Progressive Automotive X-Prize</a> for marketable 100 MPGe* cars has come to an end, with three cars out of the 111 original teams splitting the $10 million prize.
We've been following Daniel Mellinger and Vijay Kumar's work at UPenn's <a href="http://widget.uproxx.com/b/130/http://www.grasp.upenn.edu/" target="_blank">GRASP Lab</a> for awhile, mostly so we can be cursed to know the exact nature of our death, like a cyclops.
<a href="http://bpgulak.com/">Ben Gulak</a> at <a href="http://bpg-werks.com/military/">BPG Werks</a> put up some new videos for his DTV (Dual Tracked Vehicle) Shredder, which is a fancy way of saying it's a tank skateboard.
Don't you hate it when you leave a perfectly good can of Guinness just lying on the ground somewhere.
New Zealander Michael Wiles was riding his motorcycle when he noticed a barbecue grill discarded along the side of the road, so he did the only logical thing: wear it as a shirt and try to ride home at speeds of up to 46 mph on a busy freeway.
Rob Innes and Dan Piazza built their first submersible personal watercraft twelve years ago, and now run a company called Innespace, which sells the They're still working on a model that can also do barrel rolls.
We weren't planning on turning this morning into a parade of awesome modified vehicles, but when the magic happens you just gotta lie back and think of England.