Between ad trackers, Google’s deeply integrated services, and our social media presence, it’s not that hard to gather facts about both our online and offline lives by tracking our browsing habits. But that’s not the case with this twitchy machine.
I grew up watching The Incredible Hulk on TV. Other than the early Superman flicks and cartoons, the Hulk was my only live action superhero exposure growing up. I can’t recall ever seeing the She-Hulk anywhere.
You know you want this inflatable bathtub so you can turn it into your own wet office, like the woman in the image. As far as offices go, it looks super comfy. It’s about time we are able to bathe anywhere, and still get some work done.
Some people are so good at things that they make you feel downright stupid. If you have zero talent solving the various Rubik’s Cubes, then Melbourne, Australia Rubik’s Cube champion Feliks Zemdegs will make you feel pretty useless.
You have probably listened to the Super Mario Bros. soundtrack hundreds of times, but have you ever listened to a piano medley of the game’s greatest hits played on a giant Nintendo Entertainment System? Now you can, because this piano is a giant NES.
It’s bad enough that we have to worry about science giving robots weapons, even making them into weapons. Now they will be competing against us in sports. Check out this rhythmic gymnastics bot.
The robot twirling the ribbon is a Denso VS-050S2 arm.
Doctor Who fans who also like cookies or anything else you might want to cram inside a cookie jar, check this out. This cookie jar looks like a TARDIS. It will hold cookies and has a rubber seal at the top to keep them from getting stale.
A few years ago we checked out a motion-controlled robot. LEGO designer Daniele Benedettelli also came up with a motion control setup for his Cyclops robot, but instead of using a motion sensor he made a exoskeleton made of LEGO that tracks his movement and relays it to the robot.
Deadpool fans will want to take a bit of their pancake and chimichanga funds and use that loot to purchase this cool statuette of Deadpool. In this figure, Deadpool isn’t wearing his normal red and black costume.
The limited edition Fallout 4 that comes with a Pip-Boy 3000 Mark IV replica is already sold out. But thanks to 3D printing and Yvo de Haas, you can fill your wrists, legs, cats and even the entire world with Pip-Boys.
If you went back to 2001 and peeked into my PC gaming activities on any given day, I’d likely be playing Serious Sam. I loved that game and beat it more than once. I’ve never been much on searching out secrets hidden in the game though; I just wanted to shoot stuff up.
If you like your World War II tanks made of LEGO rather than armor, check this out. This awesome tank model is outfitted with minesweeping flails and is the creation of Tommy Styrvoky. It’s a 1/18th scale replica of a WWII M4 Sherman tank.
The Death Star had the power to destroy Alderaan; certainly, it has the power to slice an Apple. If you want your kitchen to be fully operational, you need a cutting board. There are times when you need to chop stuff up, and trust me when I say your significant other will lose their mind if you chop stuff directly on the countertop.
This cool Boba Fett backpack will let you carry your books, tablet, and all the rest of your stuff in style. Others will think that you have some thermal detonators, spare bits of armor and a large bounty inside.
Back in March, Mike Schropp unveiled his Mini LEGO Computer. It went viral and is now a commercial success, but many people asked him for a smaller and more affordable LEGO PC. So Mike came up with the Micro LEGO Computer, a modified Intel NUC PC.
The past couple of years we’ve seen PCs the size of flash drives. The Gnarbox is a specialized portable PC. Designed to let you view, store, edit and share videos and images on the go, this tiny computer uses the iPhone as its screen and interface.