Many geeks – myself included – have sometimes passed the time by debating who would win if this famous person squared off with this superhero, and so on. The upcoming collectible card game Triptych is a lot like that.
Any new parent develops the ability to hear a baby cry no matter what they are doing. You could be cutting tile with a 50hp saw while a jet taxies in the background and if the baby cries, you hear them.
It would be awesome to have a best buddy like Jake from Adventure Time. Finn doesn’t know how lucky he is. Jake can shapeshift into anything. An umbrella to keep you dry, a Jake suit to give you some armor, even a neck pillow.
Hey there True Believer! Start your day feeling like the first Avenger with the officially licensed Captain America terry robe.
It has a hood with eye holes and Cap’s shield embroidered at the back. If you (think) you have a super soldier’s physique, you can remove the belt and let Steve and Roger hang out.
One of the many staples of science fiction and other fantasy movies and TV shows is suspended animation. If you have to fly somewhere on a starship, suspended animation will get you there without you being 114 when you arrive, at least in the sci-fi world.
On March 30, 1939, Bill Finger and Bob Kane introduced the world to the rich orphan that could: the Batman. Warner Bros. Entertainment and DC Entertainment have prepared a year-long celebration for the Caped Crusader’s 75th birthday, most of which involves getting you to buy more stuff from them.
To celebrate the 10th birthday of Arduino, the folks at laser cutter shop Just Add Sharks decided to make a laser cutter run by an Arduino Pro Mini. To make things more fun, they made it so their laser cutter is controlled using two knobs just like an Etch A Sketch.
The laser-crazy toymaker Patrick Priebe recently shared what he admits to be the dumbest thing he’s ever made: lasers mounted on a pair of goggles. There are actually two pairs of lasers on the goggles, with the lower-powered red beams used for aiming.
Patrick was inspired by Cyclops, but any X-Men fan will tell you that Scott’s optic blast is more of a sledgehammer than a laser beam – it won’t burn you, but it will push you through a mountain.
Holy Spock! Check out these awesome starship Enterprise necklaces. I’m not a necklace wearing guy, but I want one of these. They just look so cool. Who knew that Star Trek ships looked so good with sparkly things on them?
Love music and LEGO? Then you’ll wish you did what LEGO-building extraordinaire Adly Syairi Ramly did with his set of blocks and twenty famous bands that you probably know by name and face: immortalize them using nothing but LEGO bricks.
3D modeling software is often used to visualize and develop concepts – anything from a piece of furniture to a video game. Those programs make it easy to transition from idea to prototype and to refine or duplicate sketches, but they require a lot of practice and training to master.
Are you having one of those days? Nothing seems to be going right? Maybe you are down in the dumps. Well, the Internet is here to make it all better. What have we here? Yep. It’s Han Solo riding a unicorn.
Whoever said that food and fashion don’t mix obviously haven’t seen these dainty and appetizing hats by MaorZabar Hats. Granted, the concept is strange and a bit far out, but the execution is just gorgeous.
Proposals for LEGO video game sets haven’t met much success, but that’s not going to stop fans from hoping. One of the newest proposals on Cuusoo is for a Metroid set. It was submitted by lizardman, who kept his proposal simple: a Super Metroid-themed set featuring Samus Aran, her arch-nemesis Ridley and her gunship.