This is not the first functional BMO we have seen, but this version by Imgur user NinjaBunny9000 is one of the coolest. You can play this guy just like Finn and Jake do, minus the BMO voice giving you sassy talk.
I can’t say that I ever put much thought into Pokémon and their body temperatures. I mean, Pikachu channels electricity and right or wrong that always makes me think heat. I would assume that other than shocking the bejesus out of you, Pikachu would also make you hot.
If you’ve ever wanted to build your very own R2-D2, this is a cool idea. Now you can learn how to build an R2 unit that doubles as a steampunk gentleman tea server. It turns out, it is surprisingly easy.
Sure, we’ve all got our Millennium Falcon toys, but this ship is even cooler when it levitates. Star Wars fan and model builder @HanakiMasatoshi has built a very cool floating mini-model of the Millennium Falcon to celebrate the release of Rogue One in Japan.
Back in the day, if you wanted to have a record of where the dungeons and secrets were in a game like The Legend of Zelda, you had to draw your own map. These days you can just 3D print a detailed map, like this amazing replica of the game’s entire overworld.
Bellingham, Washington artist Ivan Owen of Danger First has created a pair of really large and really awesome mechanical hands. What impresses me the most is how detailed they are and how well they move.
He calls them “Gepetto’s Folly,” and created them with a laser cutter using wood, leather, steel, and brass.
A few years back, we spotted a Death Star made entirely from ginger snap cookies, and while that one looked crunchy and delicious, I think this one is even more impressive because of its construction technique using flat sheets of gingerbread.
Don’t you have enough to do this Christmas without having to worry about Christmas cards? The answer is yes. So build a LEGO machine that will handle all of your holiday card needs. That is what this Mindstorms assistant does.
Adam Savage is like a modern day Leonardo Da Vinci. I don’t think there’s anything he can’t do. This time, for the latest project in Tested’s One Day Builds series, he built a pedal-powered walking Strandbeest!
Look at these people cheering and hopping around. You might think they just won some sort of cosplay contest or something judging by their outfits. But what you are about to watch is the aftermath of someone winning a Rock, Paper, Scissors contest.
A giant tall imperial walker playhouse is every kid’s dream. Well, Colin Furze is making dreams come true, because he built one in his backyard for his kids.
This 18 foot-tall walker was built to scale using an AT-ACT toy from Rogue One for reference.