Kitchen knives are something that we all need. Every now and then, you gotta chop stuff up or cut a steak after all. You could go with plain old boring kitchen knives, or you could go for something like this awesome Final Fantasy inspired set.
Is your awesome idea for a LEGO set rotting on LEGO Ideas? Check out PleyWorld. Launched by the LEGO rental company Pley, PleyWorld is a more liberal though unofficial version of LEGO Ideas. Once your concept or prototype set reaches 5,000 votes on PleyWorld, Pley will make it available for purchase or rental.
Awwww. It’s a little Batman sitting on a Bat-Throne. This would definitely be the best seat in the house for kids. This was a school project created by James Todd for his 3D design class at Stoke Damerel Community College.
Look at this awesome Darth Vader costume by Prince Armory. The outfit reminds me of something that Vader would have worn if he were part of the mystic hoards that set upon the mighty 300 at the Hot Gates.
It turns out you don’t need to turn your pets into quadcopters to immortalize them. Just send Cuddle Clones a picture of your buddy and it will make a plush doll or sandstone figurine based on your beloved animal.
Hong Kong-based toymaker BigBoysToys is working on the next best thing to Street Fighter Amiibo. Its Street Fighter TNC line feature miniature figurines of the World Warriors, with a diorama stand as well as lights and sound effects.
Do you love popcorn? Enough for a barrage of popcorn? A monsoon? The Popcorn Monsoon is all about making popcorn more fun. Forget the microwave. This is much cooler. This conceptual device by Jolene Carlier uses hot air to pop your kernels, so it is also healthier (albeit less tasty) than popping with oil.
I’m from Texas, and around here you don’t have to look very long or hard to see someone wearing a giant belt buckle. They usually come with hats, cowboy boots, and Wrangler jeans. If you want to fit in with the big belt buckle crowd, but aren’t into western wear, here is your ticket.
Last year, LEGO launched Fusion, which are LEGO sets that you build and then import virtually into simple games on your mobile device. LEGO X is the adult version of Fusion. Created by Gravity Research Club – the same group behind the 3D sketching project – LEGO X creates a 3D model of whatever you’re building while you’re building it.
I’m a big fan of the Batman movies, at least the later ones with Christian Bale in them. I didn’t like the campy, cartoon-like early Batman flicks from Tim Burton. If you did like those flicks, here is your next smartphone case.
The next time you have a cup of coffee, feel the power of the Infinity Gauntlet. This mug has the six Infinity Gems and will hold 11 oz. of your favorite beverage. Also, it gives you the ultimate power in the universe.
A group of researchers from the MIT and the University of Tokyo managed to breathe life into everyday objects with a cheap and easy-to-use pneumatic device. They call their invention the Sticky Actuator, a small plastic pouch that moves objects when air is pumped in or out of it.
Last month, we learned about Live2D, an application that combines multiple illustrations into one 3D model. Here’s another upcoming time-saving application for animators. Currently in development by Quantum Matrix, Quantum Human is an Autodesk Maya plugin that can turn a static 3D model of a body into a character that you can animate, render or use for motion capture.
Becoming a one man band is about to become way easier thanks to the DigiTech Trio, a guitar pedal that can automatically add drum and bass parts that match your guitar playing. It won’t fix your lyrics though.