If you’ve ever wanted to build your own Formula 1 race car out of coke cans, this cool video will show you how. The Q channel recently built a giant Coca-Cola F1 race car using Coke and Coca-Cola Light cans, PVC pipe, and glue.
Who feels like making breakfast when you’re still half asleep? Not me. That’s why I have to build a breakfast-making robot like this one. This breakfast-making machine is amazing. It will make you bacon and eggs using two custom-built LEGO robots.
One is a huge scaffold that delivers bacon and eggs to your frying pan and even cracks the eggs open.
Check out this cool Star Wars-inspired conference table. It was made using thousands of individually pushpins. You may not have that 28,800 pins handy, but luckily that wasn’t a problem for the employees at Viking, a UK-based office supply seller.
While they could have hired a robot to do the work, instead, the image was composed entirely by hand.
If Octopi had been on land during medieval times, this is what they would have looked like. That’s a scary thought. King Arthur would have been replaced by King Octo and the Knights of the Drowned Table.
This animated LEGO scene depicts Darth Vader’s TIE fighter chasing Luke’s X-wing during the Death Star trench run in A New Hope. It is both calming and mesmerizing. Jason Allemann built this kinetic sculpture and it is a super cool desk toy that I need in my life.
Jason used moving LEGO Technic parts that are hidden just below the surface to make the ships rock back and forth.
I’m a huge fan of Westworld, as I’m sure many of you are. The thought of androids who don’t even know they aren’t real and look just like us is a bit unnerving. It looks like the folks at Garner Holt Productions have created a creepy head almost worthy of being a Host in our favorite theme park of debauchery.
Sadly, the head isn’t a hot rancher’s daughter, rather it’s an old wrinkly dude that looks like he might shoot you for a shot of whiskey.
Julius Caesar was kind of a dick. So much so that all his friends ganged up and stabbed the life out of him. Even his best pal Brutus. Sometimes you gots to cut a brother. If you want to impress your Lit or English teacher or just want something geeky and cool for your desk at the office, this pen and pencil holder will hold your writing implements assassination style.
If you’re looking for a new food to impress your friends with during a Star Wars marathon, check out this recipe for Chewbacca noodle rolls. These guys were created by Jenn Fujikawa of justJENN Recipes, and they look ferocious and delicious.
They’re spring roll wrappers filled with buckwheat noodles with Chewbacca faces and bandoliers made from cut nori and fish cake.
Are you constantly misplacing your keys? Stop putting them down all over the place, and get yourself a key rack so you always know where they are. And if you’re a fan of The Avengers, you should pick up this fun key rack featuring graphics inspired by Marvel’s superheroes.
ChocoboSquare makes lots of neat and geeky key racks, but this one is my favorite, with it’s cheeky “ASSEMBLE” logo, and four matching keyrings with logo graphics for Captain America, Hulk, Black Widow, and Iron Man.
Pipe- and wire-bending machines make it easy to create metal shapes that twist in various ways. Yoshihito Isogawa’s pipe cleaner bending robot works in the same basic way. It just bends those little fuzzy wires instead of tough metal.
Every time we’ve seen a TIE Fighter in the movies, it’s been zooming through space or sitting on the deck of an Imperial battlestation. But this TIE Fighter can actually drive on the street. This land-based TIE Fighter was built by Queensland, Nova Scotia man Allan Carver.
LEGO and aquarium are two words that don’t usually go together. As versatile as the bricks are, I’m guessing the gaps aren’t water-tight. That’s why you don’t see giant LEGO ships traveling the world’s oceans, delivering LEGO sets where they are needed.
It may still be a while before we see an adult Groot on screen again, but you can commemorate the life of Guardians of the Galaxy’s savior every time you take a sip of coffee with this excellent Groot ceramic mug.
Ceramic artist Cerapost crafts these intricately detailed and textured mugs which look like our favorite talking tree.
Avengers: Infinity War is hitting theaters on April 27th here in the States, so we don’t have long to wait now. To celebrate the release of this major geek milestone, UK crochet designer Liz Ward created a crocheted Infinity Gauntlet.
This allows her to rule the crafting universe with an iron soft fist.
In a recent episode of Make It Real from YouTube channel The Hacksmith, the crew built something pretty epic – a real-life version of Doomfist’s gauntlet from Overwatch. This thing is no joke. It weighs in at 45 pounds and packs approximately 2,600 pounds of pneumatic punching force.
Naturally, this power is used to destroy a bunch of random stuff.
Rubik’s Cubes are way too easy for today’s nerds to solve, what with their simple colors on each side and all, so we need to make things harder for them. People (and robots) are solving these puzzles in a couple of seconds now.