It’s a who’s who of Doctor Whos!
Looking at the Doc’s various incarnations, it’s evident that he’s getting younger and younger with every reincarnation. Just one of the perks of being a Time Lord I guess.
YouTube’s recently released Leanback full-screen viewing experience is pretty cool, but it’s missing one critical component if you plan on watching it from across the room – a remote. I mean, really, do we really want to have a keyboard in our lap to watch TV?
While it’s not as cool as those mini Marshall and ORANGE amps, this is certainly one of the more unusual portable amplifiers I’ve seen.
Hand-built by some guy simply going by the name “Marcn,” this isn’t any ordinary can of beans.
Thanks to the smooth, flat edge of the iPhone 4, it’s the perfect surface for applying vinyl decals to protect the metal finish (and help with the phone’s antenna sensitivity issues when touching parts of the metal too).
One of the cons of using a laptop is that the screen is positioned below eye level, causing people to hunch and overall be in an uncomfortable sitting posture. It’s easy to solve this problem if you’re at home or in the office – you can either get a monitor, or use some sort of prop to raise the laptop’s screen and then use a separate keyboard.
May 16, 2010 was the 400th anniversary of the death of Henry IV, King of Navarre and King of France. To commemorate this occasion, fireworks were lit around the statue of Henry IV in Paris.
Also it was encased in neon lights and given a lightsaber.
Holy crap. If you’re a Transformers fan with deep pockets, you’d better get out your credit card and get your ass over to eBay and bid on this bad boy now.
Created by custom figure builder uuser, this awesomely awesome 18 inch-tall custom Omega Supreme figure is so intricately detailed, I might just weep.
This has got to by my favorite Nixie tube creation in a very long time – a fully-playable Soduku board.
Trashbear Labs built this Nixie Soduku board using 81 individual tubes, arranged into a grid, and controlled by a couple of dials and a keypad.
I first saw this hyper-fast Ninja cat over on our sister site, The Awesomer. But it only took a couple of days for some digital video maniac to embellish the already dangerous kitty with a touch of Star Wars whimsy.
There are probably a million different iPad stands out there, but none of them have the simple appeal of this one: it uses rubber bands and pencils so that your iPad can rest peacefully still while you browse.
In order to make your own, you’ll need six pencils and four rubber bands.
I’ve never really thought that Star Wars characters could go out in public without shooting a few stormtroopers or using a lightsaber, but these new paintings by Greg Peltz would definitely allow Chewbacca to go out in style
The original idea came from Robert Mackenzie who created a cool-looking portrait of Chewbacca with a monocle.
Designed by Fabian Nehne and Martin Meier, the RGB Light is, as Szymon Blaszczyk said, a great gift for Photoshop geeks. Unfortunately I don’t think it’s for sale.
The point, of course, is teaching the physics of the additive color model.