I used to have one of those plastic see-through models of an engine, and it sucked. Finally someone has gotten a damn camera in a real engine so I can really see what's going on in there. The camera was high-pressure and heat-resistant, shooting at 1,000 fps, so you get some sweet slow-mo action. It was pretty much what I imagined, including how it turned me on. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to throw open the hood on the ol' Plymouth and hump something in there.
Currently in use in Holland, Peek Traffic's IDEE, or Innovative Digital Enforcement Environment, is designed to capture speeders using both radar technology, as well as induction loops in the road. The four high resolution digital cameras use infra-red flashes, so speeders don... / Continue →
This is the 33-year old Subaru that two friends decided to jazz up with a Jurassic Park paint job, making it infinitely cooler than it was and something I would be proud to ride around shotgun in. I'd never drive it myself though, but only because I lost my license and OBEY TH... / Continue →
Remember when Kia and DC Entertainment got together to customize a car for each member of the Justice League? Well here's the Optima Hybrid Superman one. It, uh, it's really something. I'm just having a hard time believing Superman would drive a Kia. "Of course he would." ... / Continue →