Kingspray is an upcoming game made to be played with the HTC Vive that will let you be a graffiti artist with all the conveniences of digital art and minus the law-breaking part.
The game is still in development, but as you’ll see in the trailer below it’s already very promising even in its current state.
Star Wars films always open with a crawl of text that serves as a prologue that sets up the story. James Bond films on the other hand always have an animated opening with lots of naked ladies with their girly bits hidden in shadows.
Holy Mackerel. This guy wanted to up the game of his boxy old Volvo, so naturally he covered it in animatronic singing and dancing lobsters and Big Mouth Billy Bass fish – as any of us would have done.
The highly coveted LEGO 10123 Star Wars: Cloud City set depicts the areas of the city where The Empire Strikes Back‘s climactic scenes took place, including the spot of Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker’s dramatic battle.
Back in February, The Ben Heck Show had a special episode where Ben took out the Atari 2600’s CPU, RAM I/O and video driver and hand soldered them to a compact circuit board. Now he’s put together that miniaturized system to make a portable 2600.
Ben designed and printed a case for the portable.
Last year, console modder Ed Zarick showed off the aesthetic side of his customizing skills with an R2-D2-themed PS4 laptop. Now he’s back with another beautiful one-off, this time based on the new droid on the block.
This Xbook One is the same as Ed’s made-to-order Xbox One laptops, except its case has BB-8’s white, orange and silver patterns as well as LEDs on its lid.
Redditor UpgradeTech has a growing collection of video game vinyl records, and is a fan of Art Deco style. So they thought they’d store their collection in an appropriate container: the bin from Bioshock‘s Rapture Records.
As part of its Star Wars Day celebration this week, Legoland Malaysia asked kids and other visitors to help LEGO Master Builders Chris and Dan Steininger put together the world’s largest LEGO Millennium Falcon.
It took a total of around 30 hours and 200,000 LEGO pieces to build the 16’x 12′, 1100lb.
Woodworker Frank Howarth is celebrating Star Wars Day in a very awesome way indeed, because he made this amazing wood Death Star. You can check out a video of him making the entire thing much faster than the Empire made theirs.
The folks behind the 3Doodler are back with yet another update of its popular handheld 3D printer and it is called the 3Doodler Create. The new version is said to be even more refined and easier to use than ever.
The lightweight aluminum pen has improved controls, an ambient light bar on the back to show when it is turned on, and its drive mechanism is supposed to be faster, smoother and more durable.
Back in 2011 we checked out artist John Karpinsky’s Star Wars character portraits that had awesome Day of the Dead-themed twists. He recently reached out to us to share the latest additions to his series, featuring some of the heroes of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
John calls this batch the Force Four.
Don’t be terrified of this Star Wars Rancor cake. You are the one who is going to be devouring him, and not the other way around. This detailed cake was made by Ana Remigio of Cupcakes & Dreams Portugal.
This guy really treats his pets right. He recreated Jurassic Park just for his turtle. Check out the main entrance, the visitor center and a damaged fence, all built around a Leopard tortoise named Louie. This fun turtle habitat was lovingly made by his owner, Oliver Turpin.
He did a great job.
You can choose from any number of door knockers if you want to make your door look really cool, but honestly, this dragon door knocker is your best bet if you live in Westeros or Middle Earth.
This 3D-printed dragon door knocker from designer Sonia Verdu looks menacing and awesome.