What could be more amazing than a Pokémon whose tail and mane are made of fire? I’m talking about Rapidash of course. Well, since this fiery horse doesn’t really exist, this LEGO version is the best thing ever.
You can use a 3D printer to create replicas of items made in Minecraft. YouTuber ItsJustJumby did the opposite: he built a virtual 3D printer using Minecraft. Actually he built a 3D modeling program, a computer and a 3D printer inside the game.
How much would you pay for a ready-to-eat dinner? Most people wouldn’t pay more than five or ten bucks, but this luxurious food platter by Chef Charlie Bigham might just convince a couple of folks to change their minds – and their perceptions – of what TV dinners are.
What’s the difference between a kid today and a kid from a couple of decades ago? Here’s a big one: When you tell a kid to play these days, most will run off to get their parent’s smartphone or their iPad.
Perhaps the most exciting area of technological growth for the early 21st century is in the realm of machines which make it fast, inexpensive and easy for anyone to create physical objects. Devices such as 3D printers, laser cutters, tabletop milling machines and other computer-controlled manufacturing tools are now within reach of small business entrepreneurs and hobbyists, and are headed towards the consumer market as well.
Remember when you needed a phone line and a dial-up modem to get online? Heck, I was using modems to connect to services like Compuserve and Prodigy before anyone even knew what the Internet was. One of the most annoying things about dial-up modems was that stupid squealing sound they made when you were trying to connect.
I’ve often wanted to know what my daughters dog was thinking when she spends an hour outside, comes inside and immediately drops a deuce on the rug. I’m convinced the dog is simply an asshole. Now, a company has a product that it is working on, that is apparently a serious product for them, called No More Woof.
This video by PistolShrimps recasts Batman into scenes of classic Christmas movies. I admit I don’t recognize all of the movies in the clip, though I do see It’s A Wonderful Life, A Christmas Carol and A Christmas Story in there, so those are the big ones.
3D printed objects are usually rigid, or at least made of parts that were printed separately. This makes it time-consuming if not outright impossible to print large objects or ones that need to be flexible or adjustable.
This Dalek Christmas tree is ready to deck the halls and exterminate the Doctor this holiday season. The only gift this tree wants below its limbs is the Doctor’s body. Well, that and death, death, death to everyone.
Water balloon fights are fun and they are a mandatory part of childhood. Adults love to get in on the action too whenever we get the chance. So if you are looking for some fun lighting that has a bit of nostalgia and a playful attitude, check out these water balloon pendant lights.
72Pins and artist Gabriel Leoni teamed up to give you a way to troll a Half-Life fan this Christmas. This NES cartridge has a game inside it, and it says “Half-Life 3” on its cover. But it obviously doesn’t have the actual game, or even a NES demake of it.
Ponies and Bronies getting married? I guess it does happen. Friendship is magic after all, and can lead to marriage if you find the right pony. These rings were made by Jason, a metalsmith who makes My Little Pony-themed jewelry and sells it over on Etsy.
Paper boats are fun craft projects for kids. And not just kids who lived in the 1800s either. I’m sure some kids and adults still make paper boats and set them in the water, watching the wind move them along.
I love a good wreath during the holidays. But forget all of your pine cones and glittery ornaments. A wreath should be geeky and show everything that you love on it. Well, the folks over at Our Nerd Home have created just such a wreath.
You probably have that one person on your Christmas list that has everything. If you still haven’t decided what to get them, might I suggest Unicorn Poop Soap? I guarantee you they won’t have that. I’ve long thought the unicorn would poop rainbows, it turns out I was right.