Are you tired of your plain old black PlayStation 4 console? Maybe it’s time you gave it a proper makeover and wrapped it in real wood. Thanks to the folks at Toast, you can upgrade the styling of your PS4 or PS4 Pro with real wood skins.
Are you the kind of candy diva who buys a bag of Skittles, only to eat certain colors? Maybe you work for one who makes you pluck them out for them. Either way, this machine will sort M&M’s and Skittles by color easily, because you don’t need to taste the rainbow.
The awesome looking NERF Rival Nemesis MXVII-10K isn’t available to the NERF-loving public yet, but there is already a way to crank up the firepower. This mod takes the the 100 round, 70 MPH firepower, and cranks it up to 11.
Back to the Future II showed us so many cool and futuristic inventions, but one of the coolest were the sneakers that automatically laced themselves. The problem is that even though Nike is finally producing them for real, they cost over $700 a pair – if you can even find them.
This is strange and wrong on so many levels. This fish is driving around in and controlling its own aquarium. Has it caught on to what is happening? And if so, will it eventually want a mech suit so it can destroy us all?
This is a sight that you don’t see everyday. Bananenbuurman built a LEGO train set, then mounted a camera on the locomotive, and recorded its journey through the back yard and into a long underwater tunnel with plenty of fish.
You have to love The Slingshot Channel’s Joerg Sprave. He comes up with all kinds of crazy DIY weaponry. This time around he’s created a fully-automatic crossbow. This has been a dream of many a weapon loving geek and now it actually exists.
Nicolas Huchet has a sweet bionic arm. A team of hackers called Hackerloop developed a bionic NERF Gun for Nicolas, who was left with a myoelectric prosthetic hand after an accident. Presumably they started off by saying, “Gentlemen, we can rebuild him.”
After the release of the NES Classic Mini, we are all wondering what console Nintendo plans to miniaturize next. Well, the folks at Kei Studio clearly want a Game Boy Classic Edition, and they don’t want to wait for it.
The Backyard Scientist is back and his latest project involves a killer knife that will slice through anything because it is traveling on a track at 150 MPH. Pretty scary, but also pretty awesome.
The idea was to recreate his favorite Mythbusters’ experiment where they sliced a car (and a boat) in half with a rocket sled.
If you have ever wanted to rock out on a custom Batman guitar, you can try your hand at making one like this. Imgur user DarrynStead has provided an overview of the process. You just need the skill (or Lucius Fox) to actually build it for you.
Have you ever ridden a skateboard made from toilet paper? It’s the sh*t! Lauri and Anni Vuohensilta, the fine folks behind the Hydraulic Press Channel have published a video on one of their other YouTube channels showing their hydraulic press smashing rolls of toilet paper into a hard, long board.