Forget the streets of Grand Theft Auto IV, this Millenium Falcon mod will let you take to the skies and…
What the hell? Do you see what I see? Chewie, you overgrown furball! You put her back together backwards.
It may not be the best arcade cabinet ever, but Redditor mystery_smelly_feet’s arcade cabinet is no slouch either; especially since he made it with his own two hands. Unless of course he has six hands, in which case this sort of thing is to be expected.
The hidden-room-behind-the-bookshelf thing has become sort of a cliché because of how it’s always being used and featured in cartoons and movies. If you’ve always wanted one in your home but don’t have the time to draw up plans and work on its construction, then here’s some good news for you: you can now buy one.
One of the things that I have yet to purchase – awaiting both product refinement and for the cost to come down – is a proper desktop 3D printer. And while interest has certainly caused numerous 3D printers to be announced and released onto the market, I have still yet to take the plunge.
There are lots of different ways to keep intruders out of your house. You could go with some garden gnomes, or possibly a gargoyle, or maybe even a statue. But nobody will mess with you if your driveway is protected by a dragon.
I’m really looking forward to seeing Star Trek: Into Darkness when it comes out this week. I’ve even got tickets to the Wednesday night IMAX advance screening. That said, there’s still nothing quite like The Original Series.
After years of thinking about it, I finally bit the bullet and ordered a custom MAME cabinet for my basement. It’s finally coming next week, so I can’t wait to try and beat these guy’s Donkey Kong high scores.
There are lots of games with virtual drawing mechanics. Okami and Max & the Magic Marker come to mind. But what if you could literally draw your own game from scratch? That’s the idea behind Pixel Press, a mobile app that will help you make a short platforming game without the need to code or even use a PC.
HardOCP forum member CrazyLefty modded his gaming PC’s tower to make a legendary item. He and his wife made it look like it came straight out of Borderlands 2. It’s brightly colored, filled with dents and grime and even has a cel-shaded look.
Go where none of your other Trekkie friends have gone before or become one of Django Fett’s clones with the force of 3D printing. Two separate services are offering to put your likeness on a Starfleet or stormtrooper figurine.
The world has certainly changed over the last few decades. It used to be the case that parents had to manually check if their babies had wet their diaper. Not anymore. Now there is a device that will tell you when your child needs to be changed.
While I’d personally love to have a full-size Aliens Power Loader exoskeleton suit, I don’t think I have enough room to store it in my garage. This little LEGO model is the next best thing, and you can win one, thanks to our friends at Ichiban Toys, and our new website, MightyMega.
We’re no stranger to Matt Armstrong aka Monsterbrick’s brick–snapping prowess. Some of his newest creations are for the upcoming LEGO Star Wars Days that will be held at LEGOLAND California from June 15-16, 2013. Matt made these astromechs using the instructions on the official LEGO R2-D2 kit and parts from his own LEGO collection.
Remember the classic Road Runner cartoons? That crazy coyote tried everything, but he never managed to catch the Road Runner. No matter how many ACME gadgets he used, his speedy foe always got away. It’s a fun cartoon for kids and adults.