Check out this one-of-a-kind Lexus LIT IS. This unique version of the Lexus LS sports sedan is covered with 41,999 programmable LEDs. It can display animations, respond to hand gestures, even act as a giant visualizer for the music playing in the car.
If you have ever wanted a grappling hook gun like Batman uses, you’ll want to check out this video in which engineer James Hobson of Hacksmith Industries built a real working version.
The finished gun is actually nice and compact.
If you haven’t watched Westworld yet, you’re missing one of the best science fiction series to hit TV in a long time. It’s packed with mysteries, awesome visuals, great characters, and lots of cool Easter eggs.
Disney is working to get all the mileage possible out of its Star Wars purchase and as such it plans to turn that boring Epcot Spaceship Earth silver ball into the Death Star tonight. The catch is that the transformation appears to be for one night only and will be done after normal park hours.
I never really put much thought into what it would cost to actually make and operate the things we see in sci-fi movies. Take the Death Star for instance. It never crossed my mind to think about how much it would cost to build.
What you’re looking at is probably the world’s smallest fully-functional Game Boy Color. It can play all of the games using the tiny direction pad and buttons, with the onboard display and battery. Most of us can’t even play it, because our fingers are too big.
Ford is teasing a new LEGO Speed Champions kit that lets you build up two iconic race cars that each won their class in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The set includes the GT40 that won in 1966 and the 2016 Ford GT that won in 2016.
This crazy cat house was made by Prefabcat for a cat named Dinni. Since it is an ark, I’m assuming it was designed and built with God’s help, in order to spare cat-kind from an upcoming flood, but I may be wrong.
If Godzilla ever went through an awkward teen stage, this would be what he looked like. This strange, yet incredibly cool mask was made using LEGO and it’s actually wearable. It’s like a really geeky helmet that won’t protect your noggin from anything.
A Jeep Wrangler is about as aerodynamic as a brick, has terrible fuel economy, and isn’t that comfortable compared to other cars in its price range. It’s also about 100x more awesome than just about any other SUV out there.
It’s probably safe to say that the least liked character in the Fallout 4 realm is Preston Garvey. He’s super annoying. His laser musket is also super lame. I mean there are weapons everywhere and he keeps using a freaking musket you have to crank to load.
I admit to being many, many years behind on Harry Potter. I only started watching the movies this last weekend because I ran out of episodes of Westworld and got bored. It turns out the flicks are actually pretty good, and I am almost done with the series.
I had forgotten just how much I really loved The X-Files back in the day until I watched the very short reboot series earlier this year. I really hope Fox brings the show back again. If you want to relive some of that early X-Files glory, you will want to collect some of these X-Files Titans mini-figures.
Check out this elaborate LEGO Mindstorms miniature factory. It is a real working factory in miniature, where minifigs can slave away for sub-par wages as they sweat and toil. It takes about three minutes to perform just one task: making a tiny folded paper cube.
Back in the ’80s I would wake up early each Saturday to watch cartoons. I can remember the very first cartoon that came on each morning was Winnie the Pooh. I didn’t like it, but my brother was really into the Pooh, though so i’d sing the song “Winnie the Poot” and then make farting noises just to mess with him.