This TARDIS bench provides a comfortable seat for both Time Lords and non time-travelling humans – or any species that has a butt and needs to rest their feet or other appendages.
It looks great with the exploding TARDIS fabric on top.
Perhaps the biggest problem with tablets is that most of them don’t have very good speakers built in. With few exceptions, tablets have tiny, tinny sound. I’ve got an iPad Air, and it’s certainly not very good in the audio department.
I really liked the new Godzilla flick, but some of the most memorable Godzilla movies are from the ’60s when the giant lizard was a man inside a suit stomping on model buildings. Heck, in 1962, the flick King Kong vs.
I used to watch a lot of old TV show reruns in the summers growing up. Back then we had four channels on TV and one of them was reruns of old shows like Happy Days, The Munsters, The Addams Family, and Lost in Space with lots of Gilligan’s Island mixed in.
Last year we looked at Harvard University’s prototype for a robot that folds itself up from a flat shape into a spider-like form when exposed to heat. This small…device invented by MIT and TU Munich researchers has a similar feature, but I don’t know if I should call it a robot.
This “miniature origami robot” is nothing but a neodymium magnet and thin layers of PVC encased in paper or polystyrene body.
I’m still keen on Insert Coin Clothing’s PlayStation varsity jacket. But if you’re more of a Nintendo gamer, check out these jackets courtesy of Etsy shop Player1clothing.
Most of the shop’s jackets are Pokémon-themed – maybe because of the game’s gyms?
Here’s a great time waster that will have you playing around for hours when you should be working. Screentendo is a desktop app that lets you to turn any part of your computer screen into a playable Super Mario Bros.
A couple of years ago we checked out The Arvo Brothers’ LEGO scale model of Kaneda’s motorcycle from Akira. LEGO master Sariel came up with his take on the iconic bike, giving it a pair of hidden wheels so it can move.
Sariel used a pair of small wheels and a Power Functions motor to make the bike move; he also added another Power Functions motor to steer the bike’s front half.
The combo that gave us the beautiful Legend of Zelda wooden Hyrule map is back with another map from a classic video game. Neutral Ground and graphic designer Alex Griendling present this 18.5″x 14″ maple ply map of Dinosaur Land, from the SNES hit Super Mario World.
Like the Hyrule map, this one is more than just a replica of Super Mario World‘s overworld map.