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Tag: Geeky

WikiLeaks Cosplay: Lady Justice 2.0

WikiLeaks Cosplay: Lady Justice 2.0
DeviantArt member Ellen Grace aka nomoretribbles used to cosplay as a hobby, making and wearing costumes based on anime such as Code Geass and Mobile Suit Gundam Seed. She stopped in 2008, but she was inspired…
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Raspberry Pi Retro Console with Two Halves: Game Boy SPlit

Raspberry Pi Retro Console with Two Halves: Game Boy SPlit
Inspired by Adafruit’s PiGRRL, Thingiverse member Jooxoe3i made his own Raspberry Pi retro console. But he wanted to make it as small as possible, so he came up with a two-part build. The upper half of…
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Teen Invents Baseball Strike Laser Sensor: Perfect Pitch

Teen Invents Baseball Strike Laser Sensor: Perfect Pitch
Baseball players have pitching machines for batting practice, but what about pitchers? Thirteen-year old Nick Anglin’s Strikey Sensor could be a solution. It uses an array of lasers to detect whether a pitch is within the…
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Star Wars Aroma Ornaments: Eau bi Wan

Star Wars Aroma Ornaments: Eau bi Wan
Use the oils, Luke. Made with the help of Kotobukiya Japan, Library Design’s Bibliotheque Blanc Star Wars Aroma Ornaments traveled from far, far away to freshen up your room. These are passive aroma diffusers made of…
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LEGO-compatible Artificial Arm: LEGOpunk

LEGO-compatible Artificial Arm: LEGOpunk
We’ve seen how superhero-themed children’s prosthetics can benefit their wearers beyond just giving them a functioning limb. Industrial Design student Carlos Arturo Torres also recognized that artificial limbs can turn a disability into an opportunity for…
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3D Printed Kripparrian Hearthstone Card: How Good is 3D Printing?

3D Printed Kripparrian Hearthstone Card: How Good is 3D Printing?
Hey guys how’s it going 3D printed Kripparrian here. Ricardo Salomao and Simone Fontana, known together as 3DNA, made this cool figurine for video game streamer, tutor and commentator Kripparrian, who of course is currently focused…
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Banana-shaped, Closed Source Arduino: WTFDuino

Banana-shaped, Closed Source Arduino: WTFDuino
Programmer and electronic engineer Calum Knott fancies himself to be a reverse Steve Jobs. While Jobs championed simplicity and ease of use, Calum thinks microcontrollers are too sensible. So he undesigned the Arduino into the WTFDuino.…
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Metal Gear Solid 2 Raiden Nendoroid: Small Boy Unit

Metal Gear Solid 2 Raiden Nendoroid: Small Boy Unit
Jack? Jaaaack!!! Good Smile Company’s Nendoroid Raiden is ready to follow in the footsteps of his buddy Solid Snake. This collectible features Raiden as he appears in Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, before he…
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PS4 & Xbox One Shoebox Skins: Player Edition

PS4 & Xbox One Shoebox Skins: Player Edition
Dress your current-gen console in alternate colorways with Clockwork Signage’s shoebox-themed skins. They have Nike, Jordan, Adidas and New Balance skins for both the PS4 and Xbox One. It’s not clear in the photos but the…
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VHS Box Art Pillows: Be Kind, Unwind

VHS Box Art Pillows: Be Kind, Unwind
Etsy store The UFO Party makes 9″x 16″ throw pillows printed with box art from VHS movie releases. Although the pillows don’t have a fluffy tape inside, they do have front, rear and spine graphics. The…
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DIY Pocket Laser Engraver: Pewny

DIY Pocket Laser Engraver: Pewny
Got a few spare DVD drives? You can use the laser from those drives to make a tiny laser engraver. Thingiverse member Isolt did just that, then made it safer and better looking with 3D printed…
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DIY Splatoon Inkzooka Replica is Ready for Summer Turf Wars

DIY Splatoon Inkzooka Replica is Ready for Summer Turf Wars
Niconico member tono2 made replicas of the Inkzooka, Splat Charger and Splat Bomb from Splatoon. But since his Splat Charger is a prettied up water gun and his Splat Bomb is just a prop, the highlight…
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Ayaka Matsuno’s Retro Geeky Cookies: Game Girl Scout

Ayaka Matsuno’s Retro Geeky Cookies: Game Girl Scout
Ayaka Matsuno loves to make edgy cakes, cookies and other pastries. Her edible pop art ranges from depictions of sneakers, cartoon sketches and animals. She also made cookie versions of classic geek items: life-size Game Boy…
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Street Fighter V 3D Printed Cover Art: Hadouprint!

Street Fighter V 3D Printed Cover Art: Hadouprint!
Capcom and 3D printing licensing platform Source3 unveiled the first officially licensed 3D printed Street Fighter character at the San Diego Comic-Con. It’s a portrait of Ryu based on the cover art of the PS4 exclusive…
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ePawn Arena: The Smartphone of Board Games?

ePawn Arena: The Smartphone of Board Games?
We first heard of ePawn and Arena, its hybrid board game system, back in 2012. Since then Arena has undergone many changes, not least by transforming from a monitor into a portable roll up game board.…
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Join Geeky Hooker’s 2015 San Diego Comic-Con Amigurumi Hunt!

Join Geeky Hooker’s 2015 San Diego Comic-Con Amigurumi Hunt!
Geeky Hooker loves to crochet amigurumi. Sometimes she sells them, but mostly she gives them away by dropping them off at various locations. She’s at the San Diego Comic-Con this week, and she’s hiding eight of…
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