Tagged: World’s Largest

Google Street View scales down to enter the Miniatur Wunderland

Google Street View in Minitur Wonderland

Google Street View has been everywhere from Venice to the Canadian Slopes, but its latest destination was the famous Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg, Germany. Known to be the world’s largest model railway with 8 different sections connected by 13,000 meters of rail track and over 200,000 miniature citizens; the Miniatur Wunderland is the closest model museum with variety of different and famous places from Scandinavia to Germany from Austria to Switzerland and America, and it’s complete with a fully-functional smallest commercial airport in the world. Read More…

Crazy Indian auto fan builds world’s largest car and many more wacky rides

World's largest car by Sudhakar Yadav

Renowned Indian car designer Sudhakar Yadav, who hails from Hyderabad, is attempting to set a new Guinness Record with his wacky car that’s twice as tall as a double-decker bus in London. This stationary car, sans an engine, made from recycled material and scrap simulates sound of a Formula 1 car and is supposed to be the largest car in the world. Featuring timber doors, windows and staircase, the eye-opening spectacle is modeled after a 1922 Ford Tourer. It stands 26 feet (8m) tall, stretches 50 feet (15m) in length and is almost 19 feet (6m) wide. Read More…

Bird’s eye view of world’s largest radio telescope coming up in china [Video]

Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope FAST

China official started construction of world’s largest radio telescope back in 2009. Dubbed the FAST, the single-aperture radio telescope is scheduled to complete by 2016. Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST) is being built in a bowl-shaped valley in China’s Guizhou province. When complete, FAST measuring size of 30 football fields will be good to gather radio signals from tens of billions of light years away. The massively impressive telescope is made of 4,450 triangular reflectors, spanning about 36 feet on all sides.   Read More…

World’s largest arcade machine is three times an old school cabinet

Largest Arcade Machine

When everything is getting smaller and smaller, this man wants to bring big back. Jason Camberis, a network engineer from Chicago, USA, has created what is the world’s largest arcade machine and it’s officially recognized by Guinness World Records. Jason’s idea behind building this gigantic video game machine is to remind people of days when they were young and a lot shorter – when they struggled to reach to joysticks and buttons on an arcade machine, yet loved the whole experience of being in front of a video game. Read More…

World’s highest resolution digital billboard illuminated at New York’s Times Square

world's highest resolution video display screen

In an awe-inspiring sight, an eight-story tall digital billboard was lighted up at New York’s Times Square on November 18, 2014. The world’s highest resolution video display screen with the size of its monitor as big as a football field is spanning an entire block from 45th Street to 46th Street on Broadway. Located on the side of a hotel, the panel measuring more than 25,000 square feet is composed of 24 million LED pixels. It comes with a resolution of 2,368 by 10,048 which is much greater than 4K ultra high definition.
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Smart Wheel concept unveiled at Euro 2014

Smart Wheel concept from Lightweight

At Euro 2014, world’s largest bicycle trade show, Germany based company Lightweight demonstrated a new Smart Wheel concept that provides real-time tyre pressure and temperature data from the wheelsets. Equipped with a small sensor integrated into the rim, the Smart Wheel system after evaluating the tyre pressure and temperature sends the real-time information to the rider through a smartphone app via ANT+, thus keeping him updated all the time. Originally, the project was initiated to calculate the temperature of the rim and tyre during braking from circuit boards attached to the spokes.
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Mammoth Rewarron – World’s biggest RC car monster trophy truck replica with a powerful engine

So you are passionate about rally car racing especially the trophy truck leauge and at the same time obsessed with RC cars then here is something that will blow away your mind. The world’s biggest and first ever 1:3 scale model RC car called Mammoth Rewarron is here with a bang and it surely packs a punch while riding rough tarmac thanks to the custom made components by team Mammuth. Weighing more than 100 kg and having a huge size of 1850mmx900mmx750mm for a RC car, Mammoth Rewarron has the power of 110cc four stroke engine with one cylinder producing 6.5 horsepower, 7 Nm torque and 70 km/hour top speed which is superb. For riding the dirt filled tracks it has custom double oil filled shocks and a two sided telemetry system powered by Mesh Data Systems.
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Real life size Goodyear Lego truck model to be showcased at 2012 IAA Commercial Vehicle show

As a part of the ongoing 2012 IAA Commercial Vehicle show in Hanover, Germany, Goodyear has made 1:1 scale futuristic Lego truck made just from Lego bricks. The Lego truck is equivalent to the real thing in size measuring 3.5 metres long and 2.5 meters high with a total weight of 740 kg which apparently makes it the largest Lego model in the world. Made from about 250,000 Lego bricks and almost 410 man hours put into the construction of the truck made it a professionally build Lego model with attention to detail to the last bit. Showing off the Goodyear Marathon LHSII+ tires to the world the Lego truck will be up for auction on eBay from 19-29 October 2012 and the raised amount will be donated to DocStop which offers professional drivers medical care. The project is backed up by famous entertainer German Jürgen Drews, known as the ‘King of Mallorca’ who during the trade fair IAA commercial vehicles, trucks autographed the LEGO booth Goodyear.
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World’s biggest fully functional Holga camera is here to shoot you

Have a look at this gigantic plastic toy camera by Lomography (Arizona-based ArtsEye Gallery) capable of shooting 120mm film made especially for a photo competition that they host every year. As a tribute to Holga the camera was initially made as a display prop but midway into its making the creators decided to turn it into a fully functional camera. Made into a 20 times bigger version of the toy camera The Giant
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