Diablo III fans will recognize this sword prop right away. It’s El’Druin – The Sword of Justice – and it was designed directly from the digital art files for the game. That means it looks like the one Tyrael uses to flay baddies in the game.
How many hours a day do you spend working on stuff on your computer? If you have desk job, then chances are you spend the bulk of your day seated, whether it’s crunching numbers on Excel or doing other paperwork.
Astrophysicists will probably hate the Ptolemaic timepiece, but if you still believe the Earth is at the center of the universe, you’ll want to grab one.
Regardless of its complete scientific inaccuracy, it’s still kind of cool to watch the stars, planets, Sun and Moon orbiting around as you watch time pass.
Virtual personal assistants are nothing new, from Google Now to Siri and even the navigation system on our cars. A new company called Jibo set out to make its personal assistant even more useful and user-friendly by making it a physical entity.
Look at this iceberg. Now step back. It looks like Batman, complete with pointy ears, a pointy nose, and a chiseled chin underneath the half Batmask we all know. It’s pretty cool that a chunk of ice naturally resembles The Dark Knight.
You have completed every Assassin’s Creed game that has been released so far. You have the costumes. You live and breath the game. Why not brand the insignia of the Assassin Order into your flesh? Seems like the logical next step to me.
When a smuggler crosses you and drops his shipment at the first sign of Imperial trouble, you can do any number of things to him. Turning him into a carbonite toilet seat is probably one of the meanest.
Designer and illustrator Metin Seven came up with a 3D printed tribute to the 8-bit era of gaming and its legendary console, the NES. Metin simply calls it Mario’s Grave and features the pipe and ground from Super Mario Bros.
Even in death, Luigi still isn’t mentioned.
A small company called Vengit is working on a wireless receiver for LEGO Power Functions that should be a vast improvement over LEGO’s official infrared receiver. The Smartbrick or SBrick uses Bluetooth to connect to Power Functions motors and lights via a mobile app.
The SBrick uses the same connection as LEGO’s IR receiver, which means you can simply swap it in your Power Functions creations.
Most people do crossword puzzles over a cup of coffee. But with the Crossword Puzzle mug, you’ll be able to do yours on the mug itself. As the name implies, it’s a mug with a blank crossword grid printed on it.