Carl Groover is the Maverick of RC helicopters. He does things with a miniature chopper that seem to defy the laws of gravity and physics. It will seriously blow your mind, and not just because you lost an hour of sleep this weekend.
Playing the James Bond theme was a neat parlour trick, but now it's obvious why those quadrotor flying RC vehicles really exist. And it's to make every Back to the Future fan insanely jealous of this miniature flying DeLorean.
By day, Tim Neil oversees software development tools for Research In Motion, the company behind the Blackberry. By night, he transforms into a guy building a Tim Burton-era Batmobile that he'll be able to control via Blackberry.
Mitsubishi, America's nearly-left-for-dead Japanese brand, will offer Internet fans a remote-controlled test drive of a real 2011 Outlander Sport SUV next month, eliminating the difficulty and mild shame associated with shopping at an actual Mitsubishi dealer.
Caught by a remote controlled eagle's tail fin-mounted HD camera is this epic battle depicting man, his machine and mother nature in a controlled and calculated power struggle for the unfriendly skies.
An Australian model airplane enthusiast sent his plane up one afternoon fit with a camera, indirectly flying into the path of a passing passenger airliner. Needless to say, the little model airplane did not survive.