Growing up, my grandfather was a big fan of jigsaw puzzles, and always had one out on the table that he was working on. Once he finished them, he would glue the pieces together and hang them on the wall.
What if I told you that someone has combined four of the best things ever into one cool video? Those things are LEGO, arcades and robots in a breakdance battle. Yeah, now we have your attention.
This is likely to be the best thing you see all day.
Drake Anthony aka “styropyro“ is truly a mad scientist. Why you ask? Because he recently created a 200-watt laser bazooka. Just to give you an idea of the power that he is harnessing, a typical laser pointer is .005
Check out this beautiful Xbox One. This isn’t your typical boring game console that sits in your entertainment center ignored, except to turn it on and play your games. This is a console worth waging war over.
This is the sort of nightmarish bike H.R. Giger might sell you if he owned a creepy bike store. It’s slow, creepy and inspired by the Theo Jansen’s Strandbeest. This thing was built by California art and engineering collective CARV.
Bose is offering up a new product that they hope will encourage kids to learn about electronics. The Speaker Cube is a build-it-yourself Bluetooth speaker that is aimed at kids eight years old and older.
With the $149 Speaker Cube, anyone can learn step by step, how to make a device that reproduces music or other sounds.
When my kids were really small, I found it highly entertaining to use gobs of bath bubbles to create little wizard hats and beards on their little chubby faces. The trick was to see how tall you could get the hat before one of them crushed it or ate a big mouthful of beard bubbles.
LEGO is an awesome way to build just about anything. It’s why we love these bricks so much. But even hardcore LEGO fans can sometimes find themselves without their bricks. Well, that won’t happen with this DIY LEGO Kit.
What do you do when you and your co-workers get a new pool table at work? Naturally you decorate all of the balls with hand-painted emoji faces. Why not? It’s a pretty fun way to play a game of pool.
The game is now called “PoolMoji” and it looks like a lot of fun.
By now you’ve probably seen many builds of Rick and Morty’s portal gun, but this version from DIY Prop Shop looks pretty amazing. Makes me want to get schwifty. Take a sh*t on the floor!
A giant head must have shown up at DIY prop shop and bellowed, “Show me what you got!”
I was watching the odd flick Midnight Special last night with my daughter and she recognized Adam Driver as “That dude from Star Wars.” Shortly after that she also pointed out he was tall, as in the tallest person in the scene with all the military in the room.
If you have ever wanted your own Fallout armor, you can make some without spending all your Nuka Cola caps. This episode of DIY Prop Shop will show you how. And it doesn’t involve wandering around the wasteland until you find some.
Evil Ted will teach you how you can make your own Fallout body armor for less than $50, using a cheap piece of floor mat foam as the main material.
If you make a lot of tacos and chimichangas, you’ll want some knives handy so you can prepare your meal. This Deadpool Knife Block seems very appropriate.
This knife block is a real headache for Deadpool, but an awesome kitchen accessory for you.
Looking to buy the ultimate vehicle for the post-apocalyptic wasteland? Want a truck that instills fear in men’s hearts, and shoots flames at your enemies? Well, you can. It’s available on eBay right now.
Here’s what its sellers have to say about it:
Built on a 1991, 28-foot-long International boom truck, the Scorpion is a 55 feet long, 22-45 feet wide, 39-45 feet tall exact replica of a female emperor scorpion named Fluffy.
I can remember the excitement I felt when I first started playing Fallout 4 and I would come across one of those Vault-Tec lunch boxes hidden away somewhere. I was always thinking something awesome would be inside.
Who knew that watching gears move could be so soothing? These “Magic Gears” created by puzzle designer Oskar van Deventer will hypnotize and mesmerize you.
Magic Gears Grid is a plaything made of a number of unusual looking gears.