Look at the image below. You are forgiven if you thought that was an image from the original Star Trek set. It’s actually a playset that awesome dad David Weiberg built for his 8-year-old son. The mostly wooden model is scaled perfectly with all of the original shapes and colors.
Look at these images. They are so weird. They are birds with human-like butts and toes with guns. It looks like some sort of deranged FPS lost its main characters. It’s almost like Howard the Duck decided to get some revenge for all those bad movie reviews.
Instructables employee DJ aka Aleator777 – the genius behind the Apple II and retro phone watches – recently promoted the Intel Edison by creating the Miniature Autonomous Blimp. This brainy balloon can stay afloat and avoid obstacles on its own.
Some artists work in clay, some in paint, but I think the ones that work in LEGO probably have the most fun. LEGO Certified Professional builder Ryan McNaught recreated the Titanic’s final moments in this impressively detailed model.
Located in Hamburg, Germany, Miniatur Wunderland is the world’s largest model railway, occupying nearly 14,000 sq.ft. and inhabited by more than 200,000 Lilliputian citizens. Now we can check out its sights and details at our leisure, thanks to Google’s first ever mini-Street View.
Last month, we checked out a 3D printed sundial that mimicked a digital display. Here’s another clever timepiece courtesy of Thingiverse member Christoph Laimer – a mechanical watch with a tourbillon.
With the exception of its fasteners – pins, screws and washers – all of the watch’s parts were 3D printed.
YouTuber, Rubik’s Cube enthusiast and masochist corenpuzzler designed and 3D printed what he claims is the world’s highest order Rubik’s Cube, one with 484 cubelets on each face.
Corenpuzzler said it he printed it on a Prusa i3 over the span of 8 months.
Look at the images here. These aren’t screen captured right out of Fallout 4; these are pictures of a dude dressed up in costume. The is impressive costume was created by Arcanum Order and the effect is spectacular.
Angelo Mastropietro made a kick ass home out of a cave. No, this luxury home for the modern caveman doesn’t have a Batmobile or a Bat-Pole that you can slide down, but it should. Despite that, it is way better than your non-cave home.
This Mickey Mouse inspired musical sculpture is more than a bit creepy. It looks like someone cut the heads off of Deadmau5 and Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter and smashed them together.
The thing is called the MikeyFon and was commissioned by Disney and built by a Polish firm called PanGenerator.
Well now I’m sad that I used the lighter pun on the tiny LEGO BB-8. LEGO certified builders Bright Bricks built this awesome life-size model of BB-8 for the UK premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
This scarf with a built-in thermometer seems kind of superfluous. I mean, you already know it’s cold outside. That’s why you are wearing the scarf in the first place. Still, it’s pretty cool that your scarf can tell you the exact temperature.
What if the classic game of Battleship got geekier? Karyn Tripp of the homeschooling education site Teach Beside Me decided to make this game geekier and educational in order to teach the kids the elements. So she created a Periodic Table edition.
The cool thing about a Magneto cake is that it will attract a knife and cut itself. The bad thing is it will also attract all the other metal in your home.
This awesome cake may not look like Michael Fassbender or Ian McKellen, but that’s okay, it does look delicious.
There are a bunch of museums in the US and around the world I would like to visit one day. The Smithsonian is at the top of my list. I didn’t even know that Cleveland had a Museum of Natural History, but it does, and someone working there clearly has a sense of humor.