“Physics, Cartoonists, and Surfing, Oh My!” is a simple, rich and entertaining video lesson about the physics of surfing. Where do waves come from? What are the physics involved in the act of surfing?
Most people wouldn’t blink at the sight of skateboarders passing by on the street. But a pair of guys in wetsuits riding motorised surfboards down the streets of New York City was a sight to behold, even for the hard-to-impress residents of the Big Apple.
Google Maps is taking a deep dive. Underwater, that is. The mapping giant, which has scoured the earth with its Google cars and cameras for its Street View tool, now can take users into the ocean.
Arial innovator and 2012 world championship contender Josh Kerr has teamed up with new Australian fin company 3DFins to launch their inaugural fin series The “Moonrakerr”. Featuring unique “Dimple” technology similar to that which revolutionised golf ball performance both in distance and in speed, The Moonrakerr fin has been proven through rigorous CFD (Computational Flow Dynamic) testing to provide significantly less drag and more lift. The Moonrakerr will be Josh’s signature model and is bound to attract a lot of attention this coming summer.
Have you ever arrived at the beach and realised you forgot your surf leash or wax? No worries, find the nearest Surf Bubble.
If you’re a big fan of surf, snowboard, and skateboard games on the iPad, and want to take your gaming experience to the next level, the Apstik might be what you’re looking for. It’s a laminated 12-by-32-inch wood platform mounted on a dense foam pad that lets you operate your iPad surf, snowboard, and skateboard […]