Thanks to Iron Woods Shop, you won’t need to sacrifice your body to cosplay as Alphonse Elric. The shop makes this badass wearable suit of armor in the style of Al’s proxy body. They’re not asking for a Philosopher’s Stone either.
Littering is a problem all around the world and with the number of cups of coffee sold each day, I would imagine lots of litter is thrown out in the form of disposable coffee cups. KFC is testing a new coffee cup that won’t add to the litter on city streets or in landfills.
We all love Oreo cookies and we all love Adventure Time. Put them both together and you have a winning combination that is awesome and mathematical. Etsy seller Mo-Mo Mony makes these cute Adventure Time Oreo cookie necklaces.
Forget your stick figure families and Baby on Board signs. FanWraps‘ Zombie on Board decals are way cooler. I’m not sure if this would help you get in the carpool lane, but at the very least it might scare some kids in another vehicle.
I’m not such a super fan of Star Wars today as I was back in the ’80s when I was young. I had all the stuff back then, all the toys, action figures, bedding, and pretty much anything else that had Star Wars on it.
I’ve often said that I never read comics growing up. It still surprises me just how many comic book super heroes there are that I have never heard of. If they weren’t on Saturday morning cartoons back in the day, I probably don’t know them.
So you want a Batman themed room. Where do you start? Well, Etsy seller ShortysCreations01 makes it easy, since they are selling everything you need. They offer several Batman pieces to turn your room into a Batcave.
Big time professional LEGO builder Nathan Sawaya built the LEGO Oscar trophies that were given away to a handful of celebrities at the 2015 Academy Awards. Nathan believes that sharing is awesome, so he submitted his creation as a LEGO set on LEGO Ideas.
The statue is made of 500 bricks.
If you build it, he will come – and then build a LEGO version of it. So goes the quote from the classic non-existent drama Brick of Dreams. Today that “he” is Instructables member W1ll14m. The alphanumeric boy wonder recently shared his progress on a 3D printer made of LEGO Technic and Mindstorms EV3 pieces.
Even if he’s already on his second version of his MOC, W1ll14m knows that it isn’t a practical 3D printer.
I was walking through the store with my daughter over the weekend and she went neigh hysterical when we passed a green shirt. I simply had to buy it because if I didn’t she would get pinched at school on “Irish Day” and if I didn’t buy it that means I wanted her to get pinched and hated her.
Software engineer David Titarenco is working on Game:ref, a small device that identifies mouse-based gaming cheats – such as auto-clicking or aimbots – used in FPS, MOBA, RTS and other competitive games. If it works as planned, it could help secure LAN tournaments and discourage the use of software cheats in online games.
Game:ref is an Arduino-based device that plugs between the mouse and the computer.
Since retiring in 2002, mechanical engineer and bioengineer Seth Goldstein has spent a lot of his free time making kinetic sculptures. You may have heard of him before as the creator of the Why Knot?, a machine that continuously ties and unties a necktie.