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Brothers Build Human Catapult Able To Launch People 40 Feet Into A Lake

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Two brothers have built a human catapult to fly into a lake. Johannes Schrieber, and his brother Daniel, from Frankfurt, Germany built the wooden contraption, which can fire people five metres into the sky and 12 metres away. The brothers raised more than £700 through crowdfunding to buy the materials, with every penny well spent as nobody has died yet!

Johannes and his brother Daniel – two brothers have built a human catapult to fly into a lake:
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The human catapult in action:
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Daniel and Johannes: making the catapult:
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Placing the catapult:
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Johannes Schrieber:
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The human catapult in action:
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Brothers Build Human Catapult Able To Launch People 40 Feet Into A Lake

1
Caters News

Two brothers have built a human catapult to fly into a lake. Johannes Schrieber, and his brother Daniel, from Frankfurt, Germany built the wooden contraption, which can fire people five metres into the sky and 12 metres away. The brothers raised more than £700 through crowdfunding to buy the materials, with every penny well spent as nobody has died yet!

Johannes and his brother Daniel – two brothers have built a human catapult to fly into a lake:
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The human catapult in action:
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Daniel and Johannes: making the catapult:
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Placing the catapult:
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Johannes Schrieber:
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The human catapult in action:
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Ford is investing $200 million into a new wind tunnel complex

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The facility can handle simulated speeds of up to 200 mph and extreme temperatures.

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Brothers Build Human Catapult Able To Launch People 40 Feet Into A Lake

1
Caters News

Two brothers have built a human catapult to fly into a lake. Johannes Schrieber, and his brother Daniel, from Frankfurt, Germany built the wooden contraption, which can fire people five metres into the sky and 12 metres away. The brothers raised more than £700 through crowdfunding to buy the materials, with every penny well spent as nobody has died yet!

Johannes and his brother Daniel – two brothers have built a human catapult to fly into a lake:
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Caters News

The human catapult in action:
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Caters News

Daniel and Johannes: making the catapult:
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Caters News

Placing the catapult:
5
Caters News

Johannes Schrieber:
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Caters News

The human catapult in action:
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Caters News


Design You Trust. Design, Culture & Society.

Brothers Build Human Catapult Able To Launch People 40 Feet Into A Lake

1
Caters News

Two brothers have built a human catapult to fly into a lake. Johannes Schrieber, and his brother Daniel, from Frankfurt, Germany built the wooden contraption, which can fire people five metres into the sky and 12 metres away. The brothers raised more than £700 through crowdfunding to buy the materials, with every penny well spent as nobody has died yet!

Johannes and his brother Daniel – two brothers have built a human catapult to fly into a lake:
2
Caters News

The human catapult in action:
3
Caters News

Daniel and Johannes: making the catapult:
4
Caters News

Placing the catapult:
5
Caters News

Johannes Schrieber:
6
Caters News

The human catapult in action:
7
Caters News


Design You Trust. Design, Culture & Society.

Brothers Build Human Catapult Able To Launch People 40 Feet Into A Lake

1
Caters News

Two brothers have built a human catapult to fly into a lake. Johannes Schrieber, and his brother Daniel, from Frankfurt, Germany built the wooden contraption, which can fire people five metres into the sky and 12 metres away. The brothers raised more than £700 through crowdfunding to buy the materials, with every penny well spent as nobody has died yet!

Johannes and his brother Daniel – two brothers have built a human catapult to fly into a lake:
2
Caters News

The human catapult in action:
3
Caters News

Daniel and Johannes: making the catapult:
4
Caters News

Placing the catapult:
5
Caters News

Johannes Schrieber:
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Caters News

The human catapult in action:
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Caters News


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Toy Design & Casting, Testing Power Carving Tools, How to Tap Threads into Wood and More

Mr. Pen Man

Something very different from Jimmy DiResta this week. Jimmy, a former toy designer, goes back to his roots:

Testing Out Arbortech’s Power Carving Tools

Izzy Swan recently purchased a set of Arbortech’s stuff, and does an experimental carving to learn how to use them:

Art Frame

Frank Howarth creates a rail-and-stile frame for the large art piece he created last week, taking care to ensure the 4-foot-wide centerpiece has room to expand and contract:

Making an Axe Handle

April Wilkerson “gets the hang” of making an axe handle after a mid-project setback:

Tapping Threads Into Wood

Marc Spagnuolo is bringing a new tool to market, a set of taps designed to be used in wood. Check out some of the applications:

Building French Doors

Pretty cool to see from start to finish: The Samurai Carpenter builds, including the framing, a large set of wood-framed glass doors from scratch and installs it all:


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Toy Design & Casting, Testing Power Carving Tools, How to Tap Threads into Wood and More

Mr. Pen Man

Something very different from Jimmy DiResta this week. Jimmy, a former toy designer, goes back to his roots:

Testing Out Arbortech’s Power Carving Tools

Izzy Swan recently purchased a set of Arbortech’s stuff, and does an experimental carving to learn how to use them:

Art Frame

Frank Howarth creates a rail-and-stile frame for the large art piece he created last week, taking care to ensure the 4-foot-wide centerpiece has room to expand and contract:

Making an Axe Handle

April Wilkerson “gets the hang” of making an axe handle after a mid-project setback:

Tapping Threads Into Wood

Marc Spagnuolo is bringing a new tool to market, a set of taps designed to be used in wood. Check out some of the applications:

Building French Doors

Pretty cool to see from start to finish: The Samurai Carpenter builds, including the framing, a large set of wood-framed glass doors from scratch and installs it all:


Core77

Toy Design & Casting, Testing Power Carving Tools, How to Tap Threads into Wood and More

Mr. Pen Man

Something very different from Jimmy DiResta this week. Jimmy, a former toy designer, goes back to his roots:

Testing Out Arbortech’s Power Carving Tools

Izzy Swan recently purchased a set of Arbortech’s stuff, and does an experimental carving to learn how to use them:

Art Frame

Frank Howarth creates a rail-and-stile frame for the large art piece he created last week, taking care to ensure the 4-foot-wide centerpiece has room to expand and contract:

Making an Axe Handle

April Wilkerson “gets the hang” of making an axe handle after a mid-project setback:

Tapping Threads Into Wood

Marc Spagnuolo is bringing a new tool to market, a set of taps designed to be used in wood. Check out some of the applications:

Building French Doors

Pretty cool to see from start to finish: The Samurai Carpenter builds, including the framing, a large set of wood-framed glass doors from scratch and installs it all:


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These Images Give A Rare Insight Into The Life Of A 19th Century Indian Maharajah

Maharajah Ram Singh ruled in the famous pink city of Jaipur between 1835 and 1880, and was also a keen photographer. Despite being a child when he ascended to the throne, the Maharajah embraced modern amenities and under his leadership the city became one of the most distinctive in the country.


Maharaja Ram Singh III/Alinari via Getty Images

He would often roam the streets incognito to observe how state officials were carrying out their work, and was recognised by the British Government, which added four guns to his salute and nominated him as a member of the Viceroy’s Legislative Council. During his reign new water works, gas works, museums and schools were built, and he devoted a lot of his time to capturing the costumes and culture of his people with his then state-of-the-art camera equipment. Here: Portrait of a woman in the harem of the royal palace of Jaipur, India, circa 1857.

Portrait of a woman in the harem of the royal palace of Jaipur, India, circa 1857:

Maharaja Ram Singh III/Alinari via Getty Images

Portrait of a woman in the harem of the royal palace of Jaipur, India, 1857 – 1865:

Maharaja Ram Singh III/Alinari via Getty Images

Portrait of a fakir, in the Royal Palace of Jaipur, India, 1857 – 1865:

Maharaja Ram Singh III/Alinari via Getty Images

Double portrait of a woman in the harem of the royal palace of Jaipur, India, 1857 – 1865:

Maharaja Ram Singh III/Alinari via Getty Images

Full portrait of a woman in the harem in the royal palace of Jaipur, India, 1857 – 1865:

Maharaja Ram Singh III/Alinari via Getty Images

Self-portrait of the Maharajah Ram Singh III, in the royal palace of Jaipur, India, 1857 – 1865:

Maharaja Ram Singh III/Alinari via Getty Images

Portray of a female supervisor of the harem in the royal palace of Jaipur, India, 1857 – 1865:

Maharaja Ram Singh III/Alinari via Getty Images

Portrait of the minister of the Maharajah, in the royal palace of Jaipur, India, circa 1857:

Maharaja Ram Singh III/Alinari via Getty Images

The horse of Maharajah Ram Singh III, sovereign of Jaipur, India, 1857 – 1865:

Maharaja Ram Singh III/Alinari via Getty Images

Portrait of a prince in the royal court of the palace of Jaipur, India, circa 1857:

Maharaja Ram Singh III/Alinari via Getty Images

Full portrait of a noteworthy man in the royal palace of Jaipur, India, 1857 – 1865:

Maharaja Ram Singh III/Alinari via Getty Images

Group portrait of noteworthy men and visitors, in the Royal Palace of Jaipur, India, 1857 – 1865

Maharaja Ram Singh III/Alinari via Getty Images


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An Artist Transforms The Shapes Of Animals Into Cubes To Makes Them Definitely Look Straight Out Of Minecraft

According to artist Aditya Aryanto: “Hi! I’m Aditya from Indonesia. I tried visualising some animals in different form, which called Anicube or Animal Cube. I am interested in the cubical shape and trying to change some animal form into cubes. First, I was afraid if it would be nicer than the original shape. I was really curious about the results, so I tried to find some funny animal pictures to be changed into Anicube.”

More info: Instagram (h/t: boredpanda)

“I found animal pictures from Unsplash and Pixabay. Once I collected, I started making these images in Photoshop. How to make a cube on animal body, I use the Liquify (Shift+Command+X). After it is formed and I think it is funnier than the original form, I uploaded to Instagram. I saw that many friends liked it, so I was challenged to make it more. So here is the result of my simple works. I hope you like it.”













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DIY Exercise Equipment, Laura’s Shop Tour, Turning Pipes Into Lighting & More

LP Frame with Removability

For vinyl lovers who want to display their records, but be able to easily listen to them too, Bob Clagett creates this display frame that allows you to slide the LP in and out:

Jack and Jill Bathroom Remodel, Part 1

Demolition time! As part of a remodel Sandra Powell rips out, completely by herself, an entire bathroom. It’s fun to see all of the components and innards that bathrooms are made up of, and how with a little elbow grease you can make all of it disappear.

Shop Tour

Laura Kampf gives us a tour of her awesome, sprawling, colorful and functional shop. (Since she often shoots up close, I had no idea there were so many rooms!)

DIY Chin-Up Bar (and More) Without Using a Doorway

Ben Uyeda quit his gym membership, and is gradually DIY’ing his own exercise equipment. Here he creates an adjustable, multifunctional pull-up/dip/sit-up station that virtually disappears when not in use:

DIY Iron Pipe Lamp

Here Ben turns plumbing into lighting:

Table Saw Sled Giveaway

Nick Ferry is running a Kreg-sponsored table saw sled giveaway:


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DIY Exercise Equipment, Laura’s Shop Tour, Turning Pipes Into Lighting & More

LP Frame with Removability

For vinyl lovers who want to display their records, but be able to easily listen to them too, Bob Clagett creates this display frame that allows you to slide the LP in and out:

Jack and Jill Bathroom Remodel, Part 1

Demolition time! As part of a remodel Sandra Powell rips out, completely by herself, an entire bathroom. It’s fun to see all of the components and innards that bathrooms are made up of, and how with a little elbow grease you can make all of it disappear.

Shop Tour

Laura Kampf gives us a tour of her awesome, sprawling, colorful and functional shop. (Since she often shoots up close, I had no idea there were so many rooms!)

DIY Chin-Up Bar (and More) Without Using a Doorway

Ben Uyeda quit his gym membership, and is gradually DIY’ing his own exercise equipment. Here he creates an adjustable, multifunctional pull-up/dip/sit-up station that virtually disappears when not in use:

DIY Iron Pipe Lamp

Here Ben turns plumbing into lighting:

Table Saw Sled Giveaway

Nick Ferry is running a Kreg-sponsored table saw sled giveaway:


Core77

DIY Exercise Equipment, Laura’s Shop Tour, Turning Pipes Into Lighting & More

LP Frame with Removability

For vinyl lovers who want to display their records, but be able to easily listen to them too, Bob Clagett creates this display frame that allows you to slide the LP in and out:

Jack and Jill Bathroom Remodel, Part 1

Demolition time! As part of a remodel Sandra Powell rips out, completely by herself, an entire bathroom. It’s fun to see all of the components and innards that bathrooms are made up of, and how with a little elbow grease you can make all of it disappear.

Shop Tour

Laura Kampf gives us a tour of her awesome, sprawling, colorful and functional shop. (Since she often shoots up close, I had no idea there were so many rooms!)

DIY Chin-Up Bar (and More) Without Using a Doorway

Ben Uyeda quit his gym membership, and is gradually DIY’ing his own exercise equipment. Here he creates an adjustable, multifunctional pull-up/dip/sit-up station that virtually disappears when not in use:

DIY Iron Pipe Lamp

Here Ben turns plumbing into lighting:

Table Saw Sled Giveaway

Nick Ferry is running a Kreg-sponsored table saw sled giveaway:


Core77

DIY Exercise Equipment, Laura’s Shop Tour, Turning Pipes Into Lighting & More

LP Frame with Removability

For vinyl lovers who want to display their records, but be able to easily listen to them too, Bob Clagett creates this display frame that allows you to slide the LP in and out:

Jack and Jill Bathroom Remodel, Part 1

Demolition time! As part of a remodel Sandra Powell rips out, completely by herself, an entire bathroom. It’s fun to see all of the components and innards that bathrooms are made up of, and how with a little elbow grease you can make all of it disappear.

Shop Tour

Laura Kampf gives us a tour of her awesome, sprawling, colorful and functional shop. (Since she often shoots up close, I had no idea there were so many rooms!)

DIY Chin-Up Bar (and More) Without Using a Doorway

Ben Uyeda quit his gym membership, and is gradually DIY’ing his own exercise equipment. Here he creates an adjustable, multifunctional pull-up/dip/sit-up station that virtually disappears when not in use:

DIY Iron Pipe Lamp

Here Ben turns plumbing into lighting:

Table Saw Sled Giveaway

Nick Ferry is running a Kreg-sponsored table saw sled giveaway:


Core77

DIY Exercise Equipment, Laura’s Shop Tour, Turning Pipes Into Lighting & More

LP Frame with Removability

For vinyl lovers who want to display their records, but be able to easily listen to them too, Bob Clagett creates this display frame that allows you to slide the LP in and out:

Jack and Jill Bathroom Remodel, Part 1

Demolition time! As part of a remodel Sandra Powell rips out, completely by herself, an entire bathroom. It’s fun to see all of the components and innards that bathrooms are made up of, and how with a little elbow grease you can make all of it disappear.

Shop Tour

Laura Kampf gives us a tour of her awesome, sprawling, colorful and functional shop. (Since she often shoots up close, I had no idea there were so many rooms!)

DIY Chin-Up Bar (and More) Without Using a Doorway

Ben Uyeda quit his gym membership, and is gradually DIY’ing his own exercise equipment. Here he creates an adjustable, multifunctional pull-up/dip/sit-up station that virtually disappears when not in use:

DIY Iron Pipe Lamp

Here Ben turns plumbing into lighting:

Table Saw Sled Giveaway

Nick Ferry is running a Kreg-sponsored table saw sled giveaway:


Core77

DIY Exercise Equipment, Laura’s Shop Tour, Turning Pipes Into Lighting & More

LP Frame with Removability

For vinyl lovers who want to display their records, but be able to easily listen to them too, Bob Clagett creates this display frame that allows you to slide the LP in and out:

Jack and Jill Bathroom Remodel, Part 1

Demolition time! As part of a remodel Sandra Powell rips out, completely by herself, an entire bathroom. It’s fun to see all of the components and innards that bathrooms are made up of, and how with a little elbow grease you can make all of it disappear.

Shop Tour

Laura Kampf gives us a tour of her awesome, sprawling, colorful and functional shop. (Since she often shoots up close, I had no idea there were so many rooms!)

DIY Chin-Up Bar (and More) Without Using a Doorway

Ben Uyeda quit his gym membership, and is gradually DIY’ing his own exercise equipment. Here he creates an adjustable, multifunctional pull-up/dip/sit-up station that virtually disappears when not in use:

DIY Iron Pipe Lamp

Here Ben turns plumbing into lighting:

Table Saw Sled Giveaway

Nick Ferry is running a Kreg-sponsored table saw sled giveaway:


Core77

DIY Exercise Equipment, Laura’s Shop Tour, Turning Pipes Into Lighting & More

LP Frame with Removability

For vinyl lovers who want to display their records, but be able to easily listen to them too, Bob Clagett creates this display frame that allows you to slide the LP in and out:

Jack and Jill Bathroom Remodel, Part 1

Demolition time! As part of a remodel Sandra Powell rips out, completely by herself, an entire bathroom. It’s fun to see all of the components and innards that bathrooms are made up of, and how with a little elbow grease you can make all of it disappear.

Shop Tour

Laura Kampf gives us a tour of her awesome, sprawling, colorful and functional shop. (Since she often shoots up close, I had no idea there were so many rooms!)

DIY Chin-Up Bar (and More) Without Using a Doorway

Ben Uyeda quit his gym membership, and is gradually DIY’ing his own exercise equipment. Here he creates an adjustable, multifunctional pull-up/dip/sit-up station that virtually disappears when not in use:

DIY Iron Pipe Lamp

Here Ben turns plumbing into lighting:

Table Saw Sled Giveaway

Nick Ferry is running a Kreg-sponsored table saw sled giveaway:


Core77