You can now own get a vinyl figurine of Maddie, the Cthulhu-inspired pony that Bigshot Toyworks revealed earlier this year. Like Goat Simulator, Maddie started out as a joke but was awakened from her nap time by the Internet’s adulation.
Even though geek culture has become mainstream, much of it is still dominated by adult male artists and audiences – and that includes action figures. Dawn Nadeau and Julie Kerwin want to change that with IAmElemental, a series of action figures that are “more heroine than hooters.”
Angelina Jolie is one beautiful lady, but in cake form? Magnificent. Uh, I mean Maleficent. This hauntingly beautiful and probably delicious cake was created by Eddie Lebeau and Richard Amon of London’s Tattooed Bakers.
These beautiful Batman coffee tables were made by artist Charles Lushear from Bohemian Workbench. Sadly, you can’t buy one since they’re not for sale. Well, I’m sure that Bruce Wayne could manage to buy off DC Comics’ lawyers, but sadly none of us are him.
It looks like Jinsu Park’s color-copying pen concept is going to have a real-life counterpart, thanks to inventors Mark Barker and Robert Hoffman. Their Scribble Pen and Scribble Stylus use a color sensor and an ARM 9 processor to copy and save colors from the real world.
Morgan Freeman has been acting in films and voiceovers for decades now, and is well known for his booming and impressive voice. Science geeks probably know him for the series he narrates called Through the Wormhole on the Science Channel.
Charles Seeholzer recently shared a funny art installation that he made back in 2012. [Insert Customer Feedback Here] is a modified telephone that rings periodically. When you pick up, an automated voice prompt will guide you through a series of questions, asking for your feedback about an unnamed service.
Game console makers have been rushing to get their consoles ready to get into China after the announcement that consoles would be allowed to be sold in China after being banned since 2000. China had banned the consoles because it claimed that the game systems had bad health effects for gamers.
Talk about letting your imagination fly. Illlustrating the capabilities of 3D printing pens, Matt Quest used a 3D AirPen to doodle a tiny quadcopter frame and combined it with parts from an RC Eye One micro quadcopter.
It’s amazing how far we’ve come in with personal computing in the last 30 years. And as revolutionary as the original Apple and Apple II were, they were incredibly primitive compared to today’s computers and mobile devices.
If you find yourself listening to your tunes at night, check out these fun earbuds which have light-up cables. iGlō Pulse headphones not only illuminate, they can pulse to the beat of your music.
The wires are powered by a a built-in rechargeable battery which can provide up to three hours of light on a charge.
We’ve seen a couple of iPhone cases that can be personalized by cross-stitching. Ross McBride’s Bit Bead case for the iPhone 5 and 5S has a similar design but it uses fuse beads, making it easier to customize.
It’s becoming increasingly cheaper to make your own arcade machine, but if you’d rather leave it to the pros check out Dream Arcades’ latest offering, the Vision 32. The machine gets its name from its 32″ LCD display.
If you are looking for some cute and cuddly, but possibly still scary monsters for you are your kids to play with, check out these Gibbles. They have messy fur, ugly faces that only an owner like you could love, and those eyes that peer into your soul.