Until recently, if you wanted both a tablet and a computer, you had to buy two devices. But these days, computers are becoming versatile enough to serve both of those purposes – and more. Take, for example, the HP Pavilion 12 x2.
As part of its Star Wars Day celebration this week, Legoland Malaysia asked kids and other visitors to help LEGO Master Builders Chris and Dan Steininger put together the world’s largest LEGO Millennium Falcon.
It took a total of around 30 hours and 200,000 LEGO pieces to build the 16’x 12′, 1100lb.
Tim Karl created this amazing Charlie and the Chocolate Factory LEGO concept set and submitted it on LEGO Ideas. This set captures all of the magic the world of Wonka. Before you start asking where the Gene Wilder minifig is, the set is based on the 2005 Tim Burton remake with Johnny Depp.
When you unnecessarily censor something, everything sounds dirty. So naturally, it makes everything better. That’s why Baltimore digital director Kyle J. Britt has created an unnecessarily censored version of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It’s no longer an innocent movie, but a foul-mouthed and lewd space adventure.
Things get weird in Asia sometimes. If you need any further proof of that fact, consider this new marketing campaign for KFC in Hong Kong. Now the idea of nail polish from a fried chicken restaurant is strange enough – and then you realize the polish is flavored like chicken.
Back in January, Intel set up a very cool nighttime drone program that had the flying machines festooned with colored lights and flying in unison. There were 100 drones in that show and they flew in tune with music played by an orchestra.
There are lots of lonely people out there, and when these people get crafty with robots, all kinds of creepy things can happen. You see, Japanese YouTuber Mansooon0 likes to lick his computer screen as a way to “worship” his favorite anime characters.
Sometimes having a job is complete bullshit. We all have those days when the boss is being a dick and you don’t feel like working as much as you feel like rubbing hot sauce in his eyes and then beating him with that shitty copier they force the entire office to use.
You can find guides online for building small vacuum formers, and you can also get cheap ones that need both an oven and a vacuum cleaner to work. But if you’re willing to pay a bit more for convenience, Mayku’s FormBox may fit your needs.
Woodworker Frank Howarth is celebrating Star Wars Day in a very awesome way indeed, because he made this amazing wood Death Star. You can check out a video of him making the entire thing much faster than the Empire made theirs.
The folks behind the 3Doodler are back with yet another update of its popular handheld 3D printer and it is called the 3Doodler Create. The new version is said to be even more refined and easier to use than ever.
Back in 2011 we checked out artist John Karpinsky’s Star Wars character portraits that had awesome Day of the Dead-themed twists. He recently reached out to us to share the latest additions to his series, featuring some of the heroes of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Don’t be terrified of this Star Wars Rancor cake. You are the one who is going to be devouring him, and not the other way around. This detailed cake was made by Ana Remigio of Cupcakes & Dreams Portugal.
This guy really treats his pets right. He recreated Jurassic Park just for his turtle. Check out the main entrance, the visitor center and a damaged fence, all built around a Leopard tortoise named Louie. This fun turtle habitat was lovingly made by his owner, Oliver Turpin.