LEGO enthusiast Nick Brick made this formidable life-size replica of the M41 SPNKR, one of the classic weapons from the Halo franchise. Just look at it. You don’t even need to know a thing about Halo to love it.
The greatest of all Star Trek: The Next Generation villains were the Borg. All the Borg wanted to do was to kidnap you, fill you with electronics, and steal all your tech. All your stuff are belong to the Borg.
The science fiction creature that I would least like to run up against is definitely the xenomorph from Alien. Something bursting out of your chest is bad enough, but the thought of the facehugger grabbing your head and cramming eggs into your stomach is not good.
Etsy shop The Geekerie presents a ton of Game of Thrones spoilers in an orderly fashion in the form of a periodic table. The Table of Thrones gives each major character their own symbol and number, a color based on their House or other grouping, and most importantly states whether they’re dead or just dead people that haven’t died yet.
This fall, gamers will be able to get your mitts on the official World of Warcraft cookbook from Simon & Schuster. Written by Chelsea Monroe-Cassel, the book features real world interpretations of food that players might see in the game.
It’s hard to 3D print a transparent object because even if the raw material itself is clear, you’ll need to completely fill any gaps at the right temperature and speed in order to avoid imperfections. ColorFabb claims that its new HT Clear filament makes it easier to print transparent objects thanks to its high flow rate.
Fro Design Company turned the stages in Street Fighter II into a series of beautiful 18″x 24″ travel posters. The illustrations don’t copy the entire stage, but show just enough that you’ll recognize which one it is.
Last year, we checked out Marcel de Haan and Harmut Wendt’s Starforce Pi, a portable arcade machine based on the Raspberry Pi. With their Kickstarter for the machine winding down, Marcel had enough time on his hands for something he’s wanted to do for a long time: a portable Neo Geo.
We love seeing weird foods around here, even if we are too squeamish to eat most of them. If you are a fan of weird food and Pokémon, we have a book that you will want to put on your Christmas list this year.
LEGO enthusiast Minh Pham loves to make custom minifigs and similarly sized figures. He has a growing collection of Iron Man figures, some of which he bought and some of which he made, and he figured out a thematic way to display them.
This skull chair is perfect for your career as a Bond villain or comic book bad guy. When you sit down in this thing and pet your cat, people will know you mean business. Now all you need is a mansion to put this in and a shark tank.
If you love Sugru but wish it was easier to reuse, check out Peter Marigold’s FORMcard. While Sugru is a silicone-based glue that starts soft and then hardens when exposed to air, FORMcard is a starch-based thermoplastic that starts out as a stiff pocket-sized sheet but becomes pliable when dunked in hot water.
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.