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Paperformed makes a variety of papercraft models that it sells as DIY kits. Two of its most advanced kits are the Changeable Robots. They’re scale models clearly inspired by Transformers, and like Hasbro’s toys these bots have humanoid and vehicle forms.
Sure, there are mashups everywhere you turn, but some are actually awesome and worth your time – like this one. This free mini-game from the Star Wars: Force Collection was created by Konami and LucasArts and it features the classic Contra game mashed up with Star Wars.
Brando must be losing its touch. Now it’s selling products that I actually want to buy, like this 1:1 scale model of Iron Man’s Mk. XLIII helmet that’s also a Bluetooth speaker. What’s happening Brando? Did you replace your dart boards and bingo machines with actual merchandisers?
The typical light bulb is really boring. You put it in the socket and it glows to provide you light. There are all sorts of lamps on the market, but if you want something that it as much a conversation piece as a source of illumination, the Flyte levitating light bulb is what you need.
While I am calling BS on most of these Oreo trick shots, because the guy is doing stuff that would likely break the cookie and make it crumble, it is still pretty amazing and awesome that this guy can perform so many cool trick shots.
You’ve seen Sonic The Hedgehog running around and collecting rings, but he is not nearly as cute as Marutaro The Hedgehog. This Senegal-based hedgehog is too adorable as he scurries along on the side of the road collecting golden rings to the familiar Green Hill Zone music from Sonic the Hedgehog.
This R2-D2 Knapsack Backpack is the bag you have been looking for. It will allow you to carry a droid on your back, which in turn, will hold all of your important stuff – like books and Star Wars toys for instance.
When it comes to accuracy in telling time, the atomic clock is at the top of the heap. In fact, an atomic clock is used right now to set the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), which is the official world time.
Artist Klaus Enrigue recreated Darth Vader’s helmet in an unusual way. He covered the mask with 150 creepy crawly insects. There are tarantulas, scorpions, and butterflies from around the world as if called by The Force to create an armor made out of nature.
Impress your party members with TriForce’s officially licensed life-size replica of the Scorpion, the powerful heavy pistol from Mass Effect 3 that lobs explosive goo. Just know that its price puts the salary in Salarian.
The replica is 14″ long and 8″ high and weighs a crazy 10 pounds because it’s cast in polystone.
Han Solo had some serious game when it came to wooing Princess Leia. We all remember the famous scene in The Empire Strikes Back where Leia finally admitted she loved Han and all Han had to say back was, “I Know.”
That is some serious pimp hand schiznit right there.
It’s really difficult to stand out from the vast sea of phone cases on the market. The guys behind the Impulse phone case have done just that. What makes the Impulse truly different is that it doubles as a portable speaker.
We already have 3D printers that can make objects out of metal or metal composites, but if all you want is a metal coating then the Orbit1 might be for you. It’s a compact electroplating machine that can coat small objects with a variety of metals.
Sometimes we have stuff to talk about that is sort of like Inception – something wrapped in something similar to itself. This Hawaiian shirt is a perfect example. You have to be a geek to wear a Hawaiian shirt to begin with, or at least over the age of 55.
It is perhaps the most famous monster photo of all time. Appearing in England’s Daily Mail on April 21, 1934, it was snapped by London physician Robert Kenneth Wilson and became known as the “Surgeon’s Photograph.” We’ve all seen it countless times – a creepy snake-like head jutting out of the dark waters of Scotland’s Loch Ness.