Check out how you can fly in virtual space by using an Oculus Rift and a Wii Balance Board.more →
Lenny Hochteil may look like any other suburban dad, but he is the man who has put together a new perfect replica of the DeLorean Time Machine driven by Doc Brown himself.more →
Just the other day we reported on the Pit Bull hovercraft prop from Back to the Future 2 being listed on Ebay, now we are back with more news regarding one of the most iconic time travel movies ever released.more →
The company went bankrupt in 1982, but the DMC-12, with its the gull-wing doors, is still revered by the generation who grew up driving gas guzzlers and watching the Hollywood flick Back to the future which, by the way, featured this car as a convertible time machine.more →
Australian Chris Alloy has designed a hoverbike prototype right in his garage. The hoverbike hasn’t done much but hover while tethered to the ground, but Alloy is extremely optimistic that the bike will be able to travel at speeds of up to 173 mph at 10,000 feet. He’s set his sights pretty high. According to Malloy, the hoverbike could potentially travel even higher, but then users would have to carry oxygen.more →
It’s that time of year again. The holiday shopping season is upon us and I think I might have found the perfect gift for the 80s movie buff on your list. It’s cool enough that this is a pretty good replica of the Delorean from Back to the Future. It’s even better than it’s actually functional too.more →
Tonight Show host Jay Leno has always had a passion for automobiles, perhaps he thought of himself as a budding Marty McFly back in his early years, and with no foreseeable future of hovering skateboards, Leno has turned his interest to the DeLorean.
The first DeLorean DMC was made in 1981 by John DeLorean, about 9000 rolled off the lot and into the hands, or driveways, of drivers. DeLorean was a brilliant engineer, one of the cool ones, not your typical lab coat type.more →