You have to be really devoted to Star Wars to do things like cosplay, or build your kid a cool Star Wars themed room. You have to be completely devoted and also obsessed to build a full-scale replica of the Millennium Falcon’s cockpit.
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.
Some dads get their kids toy cars or iPads to play with, while others go the extra mile and make something that their kids will remember for their entire lifetime. Laurent Aigon is one of the awesome dads who went for the latter.
I don’t know what possessed an Australian modder to come up with this hack, but I have to say that I’m surprised that it hasn’t popped up before.
Lyshco is a member of the Overclockers in Australia forum and he just finished working on this racing ottoman.
Technabob fave Big J.W. is at it again. The guy who brought us all of those wondrous little arcade cabinets has this time created a tiny little version of the classic sit-down Star Wars arcade game.
The miniature system is a precise replica of the original, only, much, much smaller.