Did you ever wish you could take your Nintendo Wii with you wherever you go? Well this enterprising casemodder proves that you can do it if you have the time, patience, and modding talent, it’s definitely possible.
Created by science fiction fan/modder Henk Hamers (aka “Gup”), this incredible casemod gets its inspiration from the famous pyramid/spacecraft from the Stargate series.
No detail was spared in the construction of this neo-futuristic PC, which Henk built using a custom metal frame, wood, acrylic and polystyrene panels.
It was only a matter of time before people got bored with the plain old black plastic shell on the exterior of the Sony PS3 Slim. I knew we could count on the guys over at XCM to come up with a sexy exterior upgrade for the PS3’s dull stock black case.
I loves me some ooey-gooey Alien Chestbursters, and I certainly enjoy the occasional PS3 game. This over-the-top casemod combines both.
Modder GivinTats originally did another Alien casemod a while back, and then had someone reach out to him to make a custom mod featuring a gory Chestburster pushing its way out of the side of a poor old 1st gen PlayStation 3.
Flickr user/human Cybertronian/modder givintats made an All Spark…case. While it won’t be giving life to gadgets (or pwning Megatron, a paradoxical ability that for some reason Optimus Prime only revealed when he was about to die again), I must admit it must be awesome to sit down and power up an ancient (looking) cube for some gaming.
No, you aren’t hallucinating. A Japanese modder managed to cram an iPhone into a Game Boy Advance – and I kind of like it, albeit in a sort of retro kind of way.
This is the perfect combination for someone who loves their iPhone as much as playing their Game Boy.
You can say what you want, but the golden glitter of this PS3 will draw anyone’s eye. This will undoubtedly be the world’s most expensive PS3 since it’s partially made out of gold.
This golden PS3 is the brainchild of Stuart Hughes, who released this wonder after his Nintendo Wii Supreme, which was worth almost half a million dollars.
There is an exhibition coming to the Exploratorium in San Francisco showcasing some neat modded computers.
It’s called Rods & Mods: The Kustom Kulture of Radical Computer Modification and it’s happening next February. Are PCs this generation’s muscle cars?
In this era of mobile and handheld gaming, it’s becoming harder to hide your in-class distractions. But no one ever suspects the calculator; a student clutching a phone is clearly messing around, but someone with a calculator?
Not since the Bender case mod has there been such an awesome robot computer case mod. Master modeler and modder Maciel Barreto conceptualized this robot PC as a war-damaged ‘bot, with guts and wires hanging out of its metallic body.
While integrating a computer into a desk isn’t exactly an original idea, Will Urbina’s “The Desk” casemod is (literally) flashy and makes no effort whatsoever to hide the fact that the desk itself is the computer.
What you’re looking at here isn’t just a vintage record player. It’s actually a fully-functional gaming PC.
This old Bakelite Zenith record player has even had its turntable replaced with a visible DVD-ROM drive – which looks absolutely perfect with those Verbatim simulated vinyl CD-Rs.
The guys over at the AcidMods forums recently spotted this dramatic redesign of the Xbox 360 and immediately speculated that it must be an act of clever Photoshoppery. And I’m happy to tell you, this puppy is for reals.
Wow, that sounds like it could be the premise for a buddy movie, or at least a webshow: a computer and desk as one slick, sleek unit, together forever, fighting crime while bandying witticisms (or declaring that shit just got real).