Criminals are gonna love this Nissan Skyline R33 that was coated with heat-sensitive paint by UK bodyshop Auto Kandy. Imagine robbing a bank and then driving under a waterfall to change the color of your car.
I don’t know what you would do with a laser that you can control remotely using a smartphone, but I want one nonetheless. I own a few lasers from Wicked Lasers and typically I use them for stargazing with the kids to point out things I want them to see in the sky.
A couple of months ago we saw a 3D printer that prints in full color by breaking a 3D model into very thin slices, printing each slice on separate sheets of paper then cutting the slices out of the paper and gluing them together.
Tinkerers, hackers, makers, geeks – whatever you call them, craftsmen who specialize in electronics and software want to customize their work environment. It manifests in lots of ways: custom-built computers, hardware mods and software hacks. But unless they’re also good at carpentry, they may find it hard to personalize their furniture or workstation.
These cupcakes are just plain nasty. But that’s what makes them so perfect for Halloween.
They were baked and decorated by Twisted Fondant, who aptly named them the “Mango Fly Larvae Cupcakes.” Or you could just call them the maggot cupcakes, for short.
Scarves keep you all snug and bundled up when the winds are a-blowing, but what about when it rains? You can wrap it around and over your head, but you’ll still get soaked through. That is, unless you have a RainScarf.
Ghostbusters fans who have deep pockets will appreciate this piece of cinematic history It is one of the original Ghostbusters jumpsuits. It’s the same suit worn by the Dr. Egon Spengler in Ghostbusters 2. No slime or demonic residue or anything.
You can’t take the sky from me. But if you have a spare CD-Rom drive you can try to make a miniature Serenity ship like this one from Daniel Shankalonian, but it wouldn’t turn out nearly as good I’m sure.
Every parent on the planet wants their kid to be happy and well-adjusted. That means at some point early in the kid’s life you have to give them the freedom to roam and play. The problem for parents is that giving children the freedom to go places and visit friends by themselves can be very nerve-wracking.
If you’re a procrastinator like me you probably haven’t even thought about what you’re going to dress up as for Halloween yet. Don’t fear, there are still plenty of cool costumes out there that you won’t be embarrassed to wear to a Halloween party.
LEGO enthusiast Michael Thomas made this awesome LEGO replica of Adventure Time’s BMO. But wait! BMO is computer! Michael also put a Raspberry Pi inside BMO, as well as a 2.5″ screen. That means he can actually use his BMO to play video games, just like Finn and Jake do with the cartoon BMO.
AppSeed is probably the handiest app you can have if you’re into creating apps. It’s an up-and-coming app that turns mock-ups and sketches of your app into a functioning prototype.
But let’s backtrack a little.
The geniuses at Disney Research are obsessed with touch-based input. One of their latest breakthroughs is an algorithm that can “simulate rich 3D geometric features (such as bumps, ridges, edges, protrusions, texture etc.) on touch screen surfaces.”
You don’t have to be an outlaw to appreciate the unusual soaps that Outlaw Soaps churns out. This time around, they’ve taken everyone’s favorite breakfast staple and have turned it into a must-have for showers and bathrooms worldwide.
Kids love LEGO Minifigs. They also love crayons. Halloween too. Heck, kids love just about everything but brussel sprouts. These Halloween themed LEGO Minifig crayons will keep your little tykes busy coloring in style while you do other important things.