Usually when we hear the words “robot exoskeleton,” we think of science fiction. But for Amanda Boxtel, a woman who was paralyzed from the waist down in a skiing accident 20 years ago, an amazing powered exoskeleton has given her newfound mobility.
By now, guests on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ should expect a random, terrifying scare from a staffer in costume. But Steve Harvey was taken completely unawares when a man in sporting equipment crept up behind him and scared him silly.
At the 2011 Red Bull Flugtag competition, teams attempted to fly a variety of homemade gliders, including a giant beer stein, a cell phone, a pirate ship, a pink bra and even the DeLorean from ‘Back to the Future.’
It takes a special kind of person to build a contraption that probably won’t fly, then attempt to pilot it off a platform suspended 30 feet over water. Special, and maybe a little crazy.
In this incredible amateur video which was shown on ‘Today,’ a group of heroic bystanders in Logan, Utah approached the wreckage of a car crash and lifted a burning, 4,000-pound BMW off the motorcyclist who was trapped underneath.
It looks like Geoff Pedersen, Craig Ferguson‘s skeletal, robotic sidekick, has recently gotten an upgrade. In the past, Geoff worked only sporadically and even had difficulty repeating pre-recorded phrases. But now, the late-night robot has become a wisecracking automaton who drops jokes on the fly.
On Wednesday night’s episode of ‘The Late Late Show,’ Geoff did a spot-on impression of guest Regis Philbin that the daytime host didn’t find amusing. “I thought he was having like an epileptic fit over here,” Philbin said. “I don’t talk like that at all! You’ve got to get rid of him!”
This footage of a mysterious object in the sky, which aired on ‘Today,’ probably won’t change anyone’s opinion of UFOs. But it’s bound to at least spark some debate.
During a live traffic news broadcast on KXAS in Fort Worth, Texas, a tower camera caught a bright object that appeared to fall from the early morning sky at 5:40am. But rather than descend straight to the ground, the object veered off at a 45 degree angle.
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