Video Briefly: Zero Gravity Water, Fan-Made Mad Max Ford Falcon, VR Drone Racing

Brief video items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Mad Max’s Ford Falcon recreated for $US120,000, man saws all his stuff in half after getting a divorce, dash cam carnage.

  • Have you ever wondered what the world would look like if the internet was banned? This Gizmodo podcast peers into the dark fantasy of a world without it.
  • Take virtual reality headsets, a bunch of quadrotors and an abandoned warehouse: you now have everything you need for FPV drone racing; aka the most fun you can have with your clothes on. Click here to see the concept in action.
  • The hotly-anticipated video game Batman Arkham Knight is out now. Here is the official Kotaku review.
  • The latest Dash Cam Owners Australia compilation shows that Aussie drivers aren’t getting any better. Watch it here.
  • Because it’s Friday, here’s a safe-for-work trailer for a Strokemon, the Pokemon porn parody:
  • For those who missed all the E3 excitement last week, check out this complete roundup of all the game trailers released during the event.
  • Getting a divorce is no picnic, but having to separate all of the devices, vehicles and furniture you and your spouse shared can add another dimension of stress to the ordeal. Here’s one option, if you’ve got a dark sense of humour and a saw: Saw everything in half.
  • The best thing about being in zero gravity (aside from being in zero gravity, of course) has to be how liquids become amorphous blobs that can just float around. Here’s a collection of awesome experiments that NASA has conducted of water in zero gravity.
  • The Mad Max hype may have died down somewhat, but its renewed legacy is still kicking on. One enterprising fan in the US who got into the franchise long before its recent reboot, couldn’t help but recreate Mad Max’s interceptor and yes, it was built using a Ford Falcon from the 70s. Feast your eyes here.

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