G-Form is set to make an impression at CES and have launched an iPad wrapped in one of their cases over 100,000 feet in the air. That’s high enough where if you or I were up there we would suffer from hypoxia and most likely explode like that guy in Total Recall when he was deprived of oxygen on the surface of Mars. Luckily Arnie made it though. Check out the video showing the iPad as it reaches the outer most edges of our atmosphere only to have the weather balloon explode sending the iPad back to Earth in the desert of Nevada.
Sorry if you have to squint to see this, but you really should look closely at the photo. That’s not your garden variety space shuttle you’re looking at. Well, not really. Top Gear workers, in partnership with engineers at The Rocket Men, have managed to piece together a space shuttle mockup from a Reliant Robin, […]