Old school gamers who spent time playing Super Mario Bros. will recognize this screen without any thought. This was one of the hottest games back in the ’80s and anyone lucky enough to have a Nintendo played this thing all the time.
Don’t worry, I’m not saying you should have Xbox Live for breakfast. Etsy store Big Nerd Wolf is selling actual tea that has geeky characters as tea hangers. Although they do look like they’re immersing their… lower extremities in your drink.
You can order the tea from Big Nerd Wold’s Etsy shop.
…and on the second movie he rose again. Stained Glass Co.’s large T-800 stained glass portrait is a wonderful homage to the one who sacrificed himself to save us all. Or is this the dude who tried to doom humanity?
The portrait measures about 4’x 3′ and is made of 500 opal glass pieces.
Redditor tempal78 made these life-size wooden engravings of Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue‘s box art as a birthday gift for a friend. He used a laser engraving machine to etch the designs then finished them by hand.
Tempal78 is currently working on a Pokémon Yellow engraving.
This collapsible bike helmet is pretty awesome. It might get people to wear a helmet that would normally never wear one. The Closca Fuga Black collapsible helmet offers a nice alternative to the typical helmet since it will easily fit in a bag and it even looks kinda cool.
After years of not wearing a watch because my mobile phone had a clock on it, I adopted a smartwatch. You won’t find me without my Pebble any more. It makes it very easy to tell if I need to send my wife to voicemail while I am working rather than digging my phone out of my pocket first.
Software developer Kamil Hismatullin does software security as a hobby. Recently the search giant invited him to be part of its new Vulnerability Research Grants program, and boy is Google glad it did that. Because Kamil discovered a bug that let him delete any YouTube video with just a few lines of code.
Kamil accidentally found the logic error while poking inside YouTube Creator Studio, the app that lets YouTube members manage their acccounts.
This awesome Pepperoni Pizza Corvette by Dan Collier may be cheesy, but it has some pep to it. Pepperoni that is. Dan also goes by the name PizzaMan Dan, because why wouldn’t you make your entire life about pizza?
UberBlox Systems has designed the industrial equivalent of LEGO Mindstorms. Uberblox lets you make machines such as 3D printers, CNC mills and robots using modular parts and controllers that are based on Arduino or Raspberry Pi.
The magic of UberBlox lies in its aluminum nodes, bars and connectors.
Dammit Sony, why must you tempt me with cool special edition consoles when I already have one that works just fine, but is severely lacking in Batman graphics? Sony recently announced plans to release this limited-edition Batman: Arkham Knight-themed PlayStation 4 bundle, and it looks awesome.
The bundle features a PS4 in a silver/grey color with a Batman: Arkham Knight faceplate, a matching DualShock 4 wireless controller and of course, the game.
I think the tie is one of the most universally hated pieces of men’s clothing. I’d rank it right up there with pants for articles of clothing I prefer not to wear. There are some geeks out there that are required to wear a tie.
Retro console maker Hyperkin pulled a ThinkGeek this past April Fools, using the day as a risk-free consumer survey. The company released a “fake” press statement about a concept called the Smart Boy, an add-on for the iPhone 6 Plus that adds a Game Boy and Game Boy Color cartridge slot and physical controls.
Certain games stand the test of time. Like Pac-Man, Space Invaders and Pong for instance. So why not mash them all together and create a game called Pacapong? Why not indeed.
This two-player game is basically a Pac-Man maze with Pong paddles on both sides, and Space Invaders dropping down around them.
The image you see here is not a woman giving a violin concert on an alien world using an alien violin. It’s actually a 3D printed instrument called a two-string piezoelectric violin. Despite its otherworldly looks, it was really created right here on Earth.