Add some Star Wars flair to your kitchen with this Star Wars X-Wing Knife Block. X-Wing Fighterss are great for destroying Death Stars, but who knew that they could help slice through meat and vegetables too?
If you have seen The LEGO Movie then you know that everything in it was awesome. Well, of course we think so. We are fanatics. Cloud Cuckoo Land was the best. It was crazy amazing. It is after all the happiest place in the universe.
Aerial filming is a cool way to share more of what’s going on in some sports or activities. GoPro cameras are used by a lot of active folks to record their antics, but most of those videos are recorded from the wearers point of view.
Get your action figures a cute ride and pet with MiraCrafts’ chocobo doll. You can move its parts around and put it in different poses thanks to its wire armature. The doll is 12″ tall, 13″ long and has a combination of fake fur and felt for feathers.
NASA scientists have been working hard to replicate the chemical composition of the atmosphere of Saturn’s moon Titan. Titan has a very dense, high pressure, brownish atmosphere. We know the chemical composition of Titan’s atmosphere thanks to the Cassini spacecraft and data it has collected.
Scott Peterson loves lightsabers. He has a collection of different replicas, which include ones that he made out of LEGO. He presented his creations on LEGO Ideas last year and got the required 10,000 votes, which means there’s a chance that LEGO will release an official version of his creations.
If there’s one thing I truly don’t miss about land-line telephones, it’s the really old rotary dial phones. Not only did it take so much longer to dial numbers on these phones, but it was really easy to make a mistake on them.
While the Starship Enterprise seems to get a disproportionate amount of geek love, I’ve still always been a fan of the good old Galileo Shuttlecraft. In fact, I remember building a model of one when I was a kid.
Remember Google and Nintendo’s April Fools Day hunt? In its promo video, Google said that they would give one of the people who completed the Pokémon Challenge a position at the company, along with a business card that says “Pokémon Master.”
The first time we featured Instructables member Yvo de Haas aka Dragonator, we checked out his GLaDOS lamp. Now he’s back with another Portal-themed creation, a life-sized replica of the game’s robotic turret. It has moveable parts, emits lights and sound effects and can even track a moving target.
As with his GLaDOS lamp, Yvo used a 3D printer to make the turret’s body parts.
The Raspberry Pi is powerful enough to run a software emulator for classic consoles. We’ve seen it used to make a custom portable gaming system, a tiny arcade machine and even a gigantic Game Boy costume.
If you’ve spent your limited time here on this planet watching that video of a Slinky on a treadmill, Creatables Labs has just the thing for you. They call it Project NESM, short for Never Ending Slinky Machine, and it’s a desktop version of that viral video.
I think we all know at least one person who is constantly drinking coffee. I’m convinced some of the people I know are only alive because of all the caffeine in their system. A new smart glass has been unveiled called Vessyl that will track how much caffeine you are taking in along with calories and your hydration level.
Hey, look in the rear view. It’s Kirby. No, it’s Luigi. I don’t know which it is, but he’s looking pretty pissed off. He just hit us with a turtle shell and now we are careening off the road to our death and he won’t he stop looking at us like that.