We’ve featured a lot of unique case mods, but this has to be the most beautiful and detailed one that I’ve ever seen. It’s called the AzTtec and Dan McGrath is the talented architect and artisan behind it.
How did you guys like your Easter egg hunts? To be honest, I have rarely participated in any, but that doesn’t mean that I can’t appreciate some good geeky Easter eggs. Check out this bunch from Flickr contributor smile!mermaid
Believe it or not, 3D-printed chess sets are nothing new, but Joseph Larson’s version of it is most certainly novel: a mighty morphin’ chess set. The pieces can be snapped together to form a giant robot that will make Deep Blue shut down in fear.
How does a LEGO-loving geek propose to his special lady? Take a hint from this guy. Filmmaker Walt Thompson from Fire Pit Pictures knows how to make a woman say “yes.” He went well beyond the call of duty and makes the rest of us look bad.
These Marvel and DC Comics decorated superhero eggs are pretty impressive. You get all of your favorites in egg form. There’s the Hulk, Spider-Man (no Doctor Egg-topus though), Batman, Green Lantern and more. I would have loved to get these in my Easter basket as a kid.
I love a good hand-rolled sushi roll as much as the next person, but I can only imagine that making hundreds of rolls of sushi every hour can be an exhausting and difficult experience for the chefs behind the sushi bar.
Peeps are one of my guilty pleasures. There’s just something so delicious about sugar-coated marshmallow chicks and bunnies that I think they should make them year-round. So when I saw this Peep cake over on Instructables, I just about died (from both its awesomeness and a sugar coma.)
Replace the ceramic windmills, horrible puns and other tacky magnets on your fridge with your own Instagram masterpieces, thanks to StickyGram. For a low fee, the company will take your Instagram photos and turn them into magnets.
A company called Third Rail Mobility has created the most practical iPhone battery and case combo I’ve ever seen. The company found a way to make their battery charge all other USB-compatible devices as well, which is great because the iPhone isn’t the only mobile device that runs on electricity.
Ah, Japan. Just when I think your gadgets can’t get any weirder, you birth another oddity for our enjoyment. The latest strange creation to pop onto my radar screen is this – a lamp that looks like one of those intravenous drip bags.
I know it seems like an odd question, but I wonder how Darth Vader kept himself clean inside of that suit. I can only imagine he got really sweaty in there, and it’s not like it would have been easy for him to get out of it to take a bath.
I’m a big fan of cool and unusual watches, but I can’t decide if I love or hate the design of this particular timepiece. When you first look at the face of the Concentric watch from 666 Barcelona, it just looks like sensory overload.
There are a number of backup emergency power generators on the market that allow you to charge your iPhone or other smartphones without a traditional power source. Most of those involve consumables such as fuel cells or use solar panels that may or may not work depending on the environment.
I’ll be the first to say the technology behind the Nissan Leaf EV is very cool. I’ll also be the first one to say that the Nissan Leaf is one ugly automobile. It seems a lot of the time automakers go out of their way to make electric vehicles boring and unattractive.
Your camping trips, as they are right now, happen to be a bit lackluster. Scouring the ground for bits of old possum meat and sleeping in a couple of quilted blankets is only fun for the first couple of days.