For a dizzying start to your weekend, grab your headphones and watch Underlapse at full screen. This time-lapse video takes you around an inverted world and screws with your brain in the process.
This flying saucer, zooming over the shoreline with accompanying teapot and cup, is just one of the odd anti gravity vehicles found in some regions of New Zealand. Luckily, intrepid photographer Zelman Menashi has chronicled the "old anti gravity cruisers of New Zealand." We've got a gallery of some of these…
In a study commissioned by NASA, a research team at the University of Missouri has made a mouse levitate, using nothing but magnetic fields. As a result, the poor mouse floats in mid-air, wondering where the ground went.
Antigrav will give us flying cars, but more importantly it'll reinvent jetski technology. These seacraft hoverpods look sexier than those pod racers in Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. Plus you could zip up onto the beach and spray sand in the face of the jock who bullied you during high school.