I had trouble believing that this was real until I saw the photos. Well, I’m half convinced. There’s no doubt that the poses do resemble vehicles and positions from Star Wars, but I have trouble seeing anyone but total Star Wars nerds – who are also into Yoga, doing these.
deviantART member Mad Peitersen has created a series of illustrations depicting popular gadgets but with flesh and bones. Are these the opposite of cyborgs?
Peitersen says that his iPhone illustration in particular alludes to his amazement at how advanced smartphones have become.
deviantART member/High school history & film teacher/toy Jedi Sillof loves re-imagining popular franchises by making custom action figures, such as these sweet Star Wars action figures. Guess who the dude with the pointy hat is!
So if you’ve ever wondered what happens to old electronic voting machines after they’re retired?
Since the Sequoia AVC EDGE voting machines were known for their insecurities and easy to tamper with, security researchers J. Alex Halderman and Ariel J.
My grandmother is pretty much deaf. You have to yell to get her to understand anything you are saying and if she calls to talk to you on the phone, you can count on her not understanding half the conversation.
The latest update to the popular Tokyo Dancing Stormtrooper video features a bunch of pointless new special effects! It follows the George Lucas’ tradition of filling classic Star Wars flicks with stupid and unnecessary CGI effects.
Like many football fans, I was caught up in the World Cup fever and didn’t realize how cool this installation was when it first made the rounds a few months back.
This 65-foot sculpture was on display in a shopping mall in Johannesburg, South Africa and was made by Ratcliffe Fowler Design for Nike.
Beyond simply making a noise, today’s alarm clocks are armed with varying techniques to get us out of bed. Some of them try to scare you with the voice of the Sith Lord, some are voice-controlled, some make you exercise, and some are just really, really loud.
No doubt, being given your own Star Wars-themed action figure by the creator and also destroyer of the franchise itself is one hell of an honor, but a stormtrooper? Not a Jedi, and not even one of major villains, but one of the nameless cannon fodder.
The nutty soapsters at Digitalsoaps are up to their tricks again, casting the form of all sorts of video game goodies into bath soaps. The latest – and possibly greatest addition to their game soaps collection – the Duck Hunt soap gun.
I think I must have killed hundreds of hours wandering my way through the twisty dungeons of Zork, so when I saw this bit of retro-geek art, it made me grin from ear-to-ear.
Apparently, Brian Gaines was a big Zork Fan back in the day too, so he and his high school pal made this excellent Zork stained glass art to show their fanboy ways all the way back in 1983.
NASA’s All-Terrain, Hex-Limbed, Extra-Terrestrial Explorer (or ATHLETE) is designed to shlep up to 660 pounds of cargo around the surface of Mars and the Moon.
But while it’s still being developed here on Earth, it has another mission – the 1/2-scale prototype ATHLETE is a dancin’ machine.
It looks like Sony has started attacking all of those shallow and mediocre game apps on smartphones. Personally, I loaded up my Cybershot phone hundreds of free games that I downloaded. Why pay for something that you can get for free?