Whoa! Now this is a pie. Release the Kraken!.. into my mouth! When a pie is so awesome and towers over others, you call it a “piescraper.” Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin of Pies Are Awesome created this awesome Kraken-themed piescraper.
Remember that episode of The Simpsons where Bart finds all of those megaphones and breaks all of the windows in Springfield? Well, Kevin Kohler, better known as The Backyard Scientist has recreated the prank. Will it explode all of Homer’s beers in the fridge?
I’ve used a few different 3D printers over the years, and some of the biggest challenges I’ve had have been the level of detail of prints, the ability to print complex structures without lots of crazy supports, and the limited size of the build area.
“You’ll shoot your eye out kid!” That’s what someone should have told this kid. Northern Arizona University student and programmer Michael Reeves has built a sophisticated pizza box robot – one that uses a camera and facial recognition software to shoot a laser straight beam into your eye.
Unless you have a late model car with a factory heads-up display, the Navdy is definitely a device worth considering. It adds a heads-up display to any car, and is capable of displaying navigation and other useful information without you having to take your eyes off the road.
OMG, I so hope this happens! Apparently, Disney is thinking about making a Star Wars inspired resort that would be set on a starship. How awesome would it be to sleep inside a giant starship? The resort would let fans not only sleep and live in a starship for a few days, word is you would get to participate in your own 2-day story set in the Star Wars universe.
There’s still meat in him, I can feel it… UK-based Burned by Design has been making Vader wood burners for a while now, but they have finally added a grill to the Sith lord, so you can barbecue with the Dark Side of the Force.
Nintendo recently decided to retire the NES Classic Mini, even though many people still want one and can’t find one. It was a hit last Christmas, but stock problems made it very hard to acquire. Now, Nintendo decided to kill it completely.
What do you do when you are a college student who wants to zip around campus, but don’t have speedy scooter? You do what these two Georgia Tech students in Atlanta did. They used their engineering skills to create the “chainsaw trike.”
These guys built this hilarious and awesome ride by combining an old chainsaw motor with a tiny tricycle.
A couple months ago, I mentioned that you could buy a massive bag of gummy bears of the Haribo variety over at Amazon for like $10. I ordered up a bag of those ones, and when they came in, they were stale and hard.
Do you still think about that time you were in K-Mart back in 1984 and mom refused to buy you that awesome plastic Coyote toy car from Hardcastle and McCormick? Well it’s time for some revenge on good ol’ mom.
While attending WonderCon 2017 in Anaheim, Norman Chan of Tested talked with Mike Senna and Michael McMaster about their custom built Mouse Droids. In case you don’t remember, Mouse Droids are known for roaming the halls of the Death Star and other Imperial buildings, and are pretty adorable as far as speedy little droids go.
One of the coolest things in Guardians of the Galaxy is the retro soundtrack that Peter Quill plays on an old ’80s Sony TPS-L2 Walkman. If you missed the ’80s, you can still get one without having to resort to eBay.
Any dad will tell you that games with young children can go on and on and on and on and on. They never end at times until the little one passes out from exhaustion or you can distract them with cookies.