The Amphibious Jet Man

You know we love outrageous engineering innovations here at CADENAS PARTsolutions, and since our last “CRAZY COOL” post was, well…a table (but a dang cool table, right!?) We knew we had to really offer up one of the wildest, weirdest and…

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Skydiving from Space – Part II – Jump Wrap-Up!

Part of our Series: Crazy Cool Stuff from Around the Web Red Bull and Austrian Felix Baumgartner have successfully engineered the world’s highest skydive attempt. The project was five years in the making, and even the final days came with plenty…

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World’s Fastest Lawnmower

Part of our Series: Crazy Cool Stuff from Around the Web – This post comes to us form the Bonneville Sale Flats in Utah. This 70 year old MANIMAL takes the land speed record for riding lawnmowers – 96.3 MPH!! He…

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Sand Flea Jumping Car!

Part of our Series: Crazy Cool Stuff from Around the Web – This post comes to us from some our favorite creative engineers at Boston Dynamics. The “Sand Flea” robot looks like an ordinary remote control car, but this little…

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Robot Dog Sitter

Part of our Series: Crazy Cool Stuff from Around the Web –  This creative engineer found a way to get his daschund some exercise while saving his arm a little work. This ingenious invention includes an automatic pull on a slingshot which…

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Skydiving from Space!

Part of our Series: Crazy Cool Stuff from Around the Web Red Bull- the beverage, racing and extreme sports company, is engineering the world’s highest skydive attempt. The current skydiving record has been standing since 1960 when the US was…

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Geoff’s Flying Saucers

Part of our series Crazy Cool Stuff from Around the Web Aesir video of its prototype vertical take-off and landing unmanned aircraft, which uses the Coanda effect to generate lift by blowing air from a central fan over its curved…

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A Swarm of Nano Quad Rotors

Check out what this swarm of nano quad rotors from engineering students from University of Pennsylvania. Part of our series Crazy Cool Stuff from Around the Web.

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