The first time I saw an NES gaming system built into an NES cartridge, I thought it was pretty sweet. Until I saw this one, which totally outdoes the original.
Inspired by an earlier NESp (Ninendo Entertainment System portable) mod by darkeru, modder airz managed to put a completely playable game system, including a 2.8-inch
Minor modifications aside, today’s Rubik’s Cube is very similar to the one that Ernő Rubik introduced to the world more than 30 years ago. But it was only a matter of time before the geeky puzzle cube got touched by technology.
I read about Regretsy on Gizmodo so yeah, half the world’s already read about it, but this is just too fun to pass up. See, we’ve featured a ton of awesome handmade items sold on Etsy, but rarely have we trawled it for mind-scarring monstrosities.
Pumpkins are certainly versatile gourds. Carve ’em, cook ’em, or just leave ’em sitting around–they’re a useful fruit. Pumpkin sculpture? Sure, that could make sense. But a pumpkin Star Wars sculpture? It’s a whole new world for pumpkins.
Well, that’s one way to market your crafty supplies.
These handmade Super Mario Bros. candies from pastry artist Ana Fuji look too good to eat. Each delightful bon-bon features the likeness of a popular character from the Mushroom Kingdom, popping its head out of the top of an orb of chocolate and fondant.
Who do you think looks more yummy, Mario, Luigi or that 1-up mushroom?
It’s extremely rare – if not unheard of – for me to write two posts about the same person in a row. However, while I was researching designer Craigton Berman‘s totally awesome LEGO remote control concept, I came across this lamp over on his website and just had to mention it.
Even with all the wacky steampunk-inspired projects we’ve seen, I never expected steampunk food. Anything else, sure, like dishes, utensils, or glassware. Brass-fitted mugs? Makes perfect sense. But a steampunk cake? Now I’ve seen it all.
Left 4 Dead 2 is bringing all sorts of new zombie mayhem to the table. No more is the apocalyptic experience just about running from point A to point B (where the transportation is!); the sequel is bringing mission-style multiplayer in a new game type called Scavenge.
So what are you scavenging?
I’m pretty sure that this custom-built PC won’t ever overheat. That’s not just because it looks like a frosty block of snow and ice. It’s actually decked out with a completely over-the-top cooling system that keeps the interior of the computer at arctic temperatures.
The aliens have landed! They’ve invaded your laptop and are reading all of your data! Or are they saving all your data and flying it off to the mothership to protect it?
These fun UFO USB flash drives come to us courtesy of crafter OrigamiMe (yeah, I know this isn’t origami).
Treat, or do not treat. There is no trick. At least, that’s what I’m imaging this child is being taught to say for Halloween. The regular ol’ “trick or treat” just doesn’t seem like it would quite measure up to this incredible Yoda costume.
Actually, for seasoned crafters, this little Yoda costume doesn’t seem too difficult.
Developed by a team of students from Tsinghua University and the National University of Singapore, Photosketch is a more practical version of Scribblenauts. Say you want to have a picture of a shark jumping out of the sea in an attempt to swallow a helicopter.
Wouldn’t it be cool if your could get some speakers that are even thinner than that ultra-slim flat TV you’ve got hanging on the wall? Well you might not have to wait long thanks to this new technology that produces speakers that are as thick as a sheet of paper.