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Tag: Cardboard

Weltunit Cardboard Gadget Stand: Just Don’t Get it Wet

Weltunit Cardboard Gadget Stand: Just Don’t Get it Wet
We should all be concerned about the sustainability of the products that we buy. To do their part, Berlin’s Weltunit have started making device stands made out of cardboard, which have been laser-cut for precision.

Make Your Own Cardboard Hexapod Robot

Make Your Own Cardboard Hexapod Robot
If you’ve ever dreamed of building your own robot, why not take a shot at a cardboard hexapod? It will cost you less than $100(USD) for the parts. I did say cardboard after all. Mike Estee is in the process of building this one here, which is still in the early stages, but looks great.
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Cardboard Clone Trooper is a Perfect Clone

Cardboard Clone Trooper is a Perfect Clone
Check out this amazing Clone Trooper Halloween costume, that was made for a 10-year old by his Star Wars-loving dad Parrster. The most amazing thing is that it’s mostly made out of cardboard and papier-mâché. It definitely looks awesome.

Cardboard AT-ST Walker Costume Looks Awesome

Cardboard AT-ST Walker Costume Looks Awesome
Check out this amazing AT-ST Walker costume. It was created by Tom Judge, who made it for a Star Wars-themed dinner party that he was invited to. Or so he thought. Once he got there, a bunch of Ewoks jumped him and he ended up getting pounded between two large tree trunks.

BytePac: Recyclable Cardboard USB Hard Drives

BytePac: Recyclable Cardboard USB Hard Drives
It’s true that hard disk enclosures tend to be somewhat disposable, especially as the technology evolves. This cardboard housing is perfect to turn your spare hard disk into an external one. BytePac offers a few different kits to make assembling your hard drive enclosure painless.

Would You Like Your Computer in a Box, in a Box?

Would You Like Your Computer in a Box, in a Box?
People rely a lot on quick fixes to get themselves through the day. Broke the frame on your glasses? There’s Scotch tape for that. The sole on one of your shoes peeling off? There’s Super Glue for that.

Suck UK’s Cardboard Radio: Easily Recyclable to Say the Least

Suck UK’s Cardboard Radio: Easily Recyclable to Say the Least
I’ve heard of cardboard being used for a variety of purposes, but this is the first radio that I’ve seen that made out of it. This radio is appropriately named the Cardboard Radio. It was designed by Christopher McNicholl for SUCK UK.

Giant R2-D2 Proves You Can Make Anything with Cardboard and Duct Tape

Giant R2-D2 Proves You Can Make Anything with Cardboard and Duct Tape
One of my all time favorite characters in the Star Wars flicks is R2-D2. I always thought that R2 was the coolest droid in the universe because he was one of the smallest, didn’t have any real weapons to speak of, but he would throw down if he had to.

Vax Ex Cardboard Vacuum: Clean and Green

Vax Ex Cardboard Vacuum: Clean and Green
Think you’ll be seeing a lot of disposable appliances and tech in the future? Loughborough University student Jake Tyler thinks so. He designed this concept, and it was then picked up by European vacuum maker Vax.

Cardnetics Brings You Business Cards with a Twist

Cardnetics Brings You Business Cards with a Twist
Analog cellular phones became WiFi-capable smartphones. Vinyl records became MP3 files. The abacus became a calculator, which later on evolved into the scientific calculator. But amidst all these changes, one thing that stayed the same was the business card.

Pizza Box Laptop

Pizza Box Laptop
Finally, what we’ve all been waiting for – a portable version of the cardboard desktop computer. I’d amuse you with pizza-PC puns, but of course the guys at Reddit already have that covered.

Cardboard Gundam: Too Awesome for Words

Cardboard Gundam: Too Awesome for Words
Twitter user cadeson stumbled upon the polar opposite of that other cardboard Gundam: This jaw-dropping creation is a replica of the ZGMF-X10A Freedom Gundam from Gundam SEED. What it lacks in color it more than makes up for in detail, particularly on its head and fingers.

Cardboard Polaroid Camera Concept: 2 Pics, 1 Shot

Cardboard Polaroid Camera Concept: 2 Pics, 1 Shot
I’m no hardware expert, but for the longest time I’ve been wondering why instant cameras are not commonplace nowadays despite Polaroid’s pioneering technology decades ago. Sure, even our phones can store tons of pics, but nothing beats sharing an actual photo.

F’Ing Epic Cardboard Cubicle Prank Proves These Guys Don’t have Enough to Do

F’Ing Epic Cardboard Cubicle Prank Proves These Guys Don’t have Enough to Do
Back when I had a real job I worked in a hospital on the night shift and we got really, really bored. We used to play pranks on each other than involved being dusted with baby powder if you fell asleep or shocked with a muscle stimulator.

Mac-in-the-Box

Mac-in-the-Box
The guys at 1 Block Off the Grid needed a high-end Mac to run Adobe After Effects, but instead of buying an expensive Mac Pro, they decided to build their own computer. Normally that would be nothing to write home about, but the 1BOG staff really put the hack in Hackintosh.

Racer: Wipeout Goes Analog

Racer: Wipeout Goes Analog
While I always thought WipEout was about dizzying 3D computer-generated graphics, the guys working on this project have taken a decidedly low-tech approach to the game. Devised by Malte Jehmlich and Matthes Mikysec of sputnic.tv, RACER is an analog variant of video game racers, using an old arcade cabinet, an R/C car, a wireless camera and a racetrack created entirely out of cardboard.
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