We’ve seen a full T-800 skeleton made out of LEGO. YouTuber Kaled Souky aka jaled79 proves that you can also make a decent Terminator animatronic out of balsa wood and cardboard too.
This isn’t just any motionless statue either.
If you want a bionic hand, but don’t have the six million dollars to become Steve Austin (it would actually cost you a lot more these days), check out this fun project and learn to build a simple one for yourself.
Let’s say you love table tennis aka ping pong, but you live in a tiny apartment. You can’t have a full-sized table otherwise you’ll be eating dinner and working on it too. This cardboard version of table tennis is the answer.
Imgur user Thomas Richner had a few cardboard boxes lying around in his basement. Instead of simply throwing them away, the teacher and animator decided to bring back one of his hobbies as a kid: making scale models of the Millenium Falcon.
You certainly have plenty of choices when it comes to iPad stands, but the Safari TV stand is a cute option that stands out from the pack. It’s eco friendly, fun and stylish. It turns your iPad into a mini retro TV.
Don’t have the money, skills or father for a functional flight simulator? Dogfight Boss can help you feel the need for speed with its cardboard jet fighter cockpit. Dogfight Boss founder Lukas Homola based the cockpit’s structure on the F-22.
I thought we had come up with every possible use for multi-tools, but I guess I was wrong. We have never seen a cardboard multi-tool before. And it is also a business card. Creator Anthony Cole calls it the Business Knife.
At the 2014 Google I/O Conference, Google unveiled Cardboard, an inexpensive Android-based system for viewing and developing virtual reality and 3D content. As its name implies, it uses a cardboard base, along with other inexpensive items.
You don’t have to go to war against other houses to sit on the Iron Throne of Westeros. Try a more peaceful, less bloodsoaked approach. You can make any chair the Iron Throne with this handy portable version.
We’ve featured awesome papercraft Iron Man and War Machine figurines before, but Kai-Xiang Xhong’s creation easily eclipses those two. The 20-year-old papercraft enthusiast made a life-size, wearable and wonderfully made Iron Man suit using nothing but cardboard.
Upuaza Touryou likes to have fun with Amazon boxes. He previously built a model temple out of them. So it only makes sense that now he has built a tank. An amazing, remote controlled tank of a Type 97 Chi-Ha, which was used by the Imperial Japanese Army in the late 1930s and early 1940s.
Concept restaurants aren’t anything new, with the more notable ones being the Modern Toilet Restaurant and the Hospitalis hospital-themed diner. However, Carton King brings something entirely new to the table: cardboard.
The Doctor Who merchandising machine has reached down bestowed us with yet another piece of swag. A new product is coming your way that is really cool and reminds me a bit of the box forts we made as kids.
It all started when David Prouty’s daughter challenged him to make something out of recycled boxes for the Doctor Who 50th anniversary. Not one to pass on a challenge, David set out to create something unique.