Many of us love tinkering with their hands various things. But few dare to really costly, complex and lengthy projects. Present to your attention a development tank, a helicopter, a submarine and a roller coaster built by lone on pure enthusiasm. And you weak?
So, before you 10 most bizarre and unusual developments in the style of DIY. In English, this abbreviation caught on so much that does not require decoding and is used as a common word (we have since used, for example, a UNIVERSITY). DIY means Do It Yourself, ie DIY. But it’s one thing to make a shelf in the kitchen, and another to build a submarine. Here about people whose DIY skills stand out from the General mass, will be discussed.
A 4.5-meter tall Tank Megatron — iron, at full speed — built Chinese fan of “Transformers”. However, the replica is not able to transform.
The wooden cockpit for racing video games has made us a fan of auto simulators, Matthew Boyer. From $1650 about a third went to a game steering wheel high level.
Another American, Tom Wilson, with his own hands made a huge gelocatil BigDog. He subsequently built four more cars, including the bike in the form of… an elephant.
User Gizmodo Jonathan had built for their children bunk bed in the shape of a huge robot Imperial AT-AT Walkers from “Star wars”.
St. Petersburg-Mikhail Puchkov built the real submarine with two engines and a spare pedal drive. It can drop to 30-meter depth!
Mechanic Dieter Strahm exclusively nothing to do equipped with child car Dodge real jet engine.
Students of Zhejiang University have built a Titanic statue of the transformer Optimus Prime. 10 meters in height, almost as real.
A resident of China was built in a private yard UFO-like aircraft of the vertical takeoff and even quite successfully it was flying. Really, low.
Wu Zhongyuan, also Chinese, has designed the real helicopter. Unfortunately, the authorities refused to engineer self-the right to flight tests, so it is unknown if it flies at all his creation.
Jeremy Reid from Oklahoma fulfilled his childhood dream and built their own roller coaster. $10000 for four years of work — and, incidentally, nearly 30 km/h at the exit!