Check out this amazing video created by Michael Eurek of The Legend of Zelda’s Temple of Time. You can take an amazingly breathtaking tour of the temple recreated in 3D. It looks beautiful. No, stunning.
We featured a small and portable CNC mill a few days ago. Here’s another device that will let you take your workshop where you go. A German-based company called Mr. Beam Lasers is raising funds on Kickstarter for its eponymous product.
Before he had all of his fancy toys, Batman had to start somewhere. His first self-defense tool was probably a set of brass knuckles like these. They slip over two fingers and makes your punches feel like they came from the fist of Iron Man.
I go to the same places roughly every month and you would think I would memorize the routes. It’s usually very early in the morning when I am driving and I can’t see landmarks, so I rely on Google Maps navigation to clue me in.
Smartwatches and other wearables are one of the big up and coming product categories. You can bet that most every major consumer electronics company will attempt to offer a smartwatch of some sort. Some will be more popular than others and a new patent application has surfaced that shows Microsoft has been working on its own smartwatch.
Etsy seller Brian Reedy makes woodcut prints with geeky subjects, including Star Wars, Adventure Time as well as Marvel and DC characters. His work is not as detailed as Jed Henry and David Bull’s Ukiyo-e Heroes, but they still cast familiar characters in a new, er, old light.
I’ve recently been spending some quality time with V-Moda’s substantial Crossfade M-100 headphones, and have been quite impressed with them on virtually every level. Not only do they have great styling and truly impressive build quality, they sound excellent.
Man at Arms’ Tony Swatton has forged many great fantasy weapons, bringing them into our world and making them real. This time around, thanks to many requests, he has made Jon Snow’s Longclaw sword from Game of Thrones.
For this past May the 4th (aka Star Wars day), the bakers at Dun-Well Doughnuts in Brookyln made a variety of Star Wars themed treats. The Force was with the vegan donut bakery as they made such classics as green Yoda donuts, Leia buns, cherry flavored Darth Maul donuts, and more.
If you are like me and like putting geeky gadgets into your kitchen, you will love this. ThinkGeek has a new set of cooking utensils from doiy Design that have LEGO-style bricks on the handles. When you are done using them, you snap their brick handles onto a gray baseplate that hangs on the wall.
ThinkGeek already sells a wearable sound effects device, but if all you want is to stomp like a mecha check out the shop’s very own Giant Robot Slippers. They emit the appropriate sound effects when you raise and lower your feet.
Got time? Why not make a watch? Jonathan Cook is working on an open source smartwatch based on an Arduino-compatible microcontroller. Simply called the Open Source Watch, the steps and parts list are freely available for talented tinkerers to emulate.
The TV series The Walking Dead is being shown on FOX in Portugal, and the network has found a unique way to promote the fourth season. They are using pop-up stores where they ask people to come in and donate blood in exchange for Walking Dead merchandise.
Ever wondered just how big all those dragons are in fantasy movies and TV shows? Check out this visual comparison of dragon sizes compiled by The Daily Dot. Spoiler alert: Most of them are huge compared to humans.