Is this how the Doctor crams lots of people inside the TARDIS?
These awesome nesting dolls were made by Molly Lewis as a Christmas gift to her boyfriend. I love the cheerful looks of (most of) the Doctors.
Some say that doctors have the most atrocious writing. I think that anyone who has to write day-in and day-out will try and optimize their hand strokes to the bare minimum, which is what a lot of doctors do, with their squiggly writing.
ColorWare is certainly diversifying this year. They started out painting small gadgets, then consoles, then they started selling custom-colored HDTVs. Now they’re offering to color anyone who has a Segway i2, and of course they’re selling brand new ones as well.
Nearly all HDTVs have black frames, and I think that’s just fine – any other color and it would be distracting. But that’s just me. If you want your HDTV to be unique, or have it match the color of your walls or blend in with your furniture, you might want to call up the folks at ColorWare.
Looking for a cool new keyboard for your computer? The new Miniguru might just fill the bill.
The design of the compact Miniguru keyboard strips down the computer keyboard to its primal essence, eliminating any extraneous buffer space around its perimeter.
So let’s say you have twenty or so awesome moments in your Halo 3 career preserved in screenshots. Yeah, the time you stuck that guy right in the face? Remember when you snatched up that flag right in the middle of heavy fire from the red team?
You can’t throw a Koopa shell without running into some sort of device that can play at least a few classic Nintendo games, and most of those are portable, too. So the game’s open. Essentially, everyone can have a portable SNES (of sorts)… so how far are you willing to go to stand out?
This Xbox 360 faceplate isn’t actually bloody (I hope!), but it is certainly evocative of the horror of a zombie apocalypse–something that is becoming a more and more common experience with Xbox games every day. Seems like zombies are everywhere lately, bursting out of zombie games and invading everything else.
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).
I’m not sure there’s much I can say about this Thundercats Xbox 360 that it doesn’t say for itself. I mean, sure, I can throw some adjectives around, but I propose instead a moment of silence, in which we all look about the might of this design (and possibly despair).
With all the attention Borderlands is getting, I feel it’s important to remember that other futuristic game with important vaults: Fallout 3. And what better way to remember anything than with LEGO?
And, of course, the best thing to immortalize in brick from from Fallout 3?
…it’s just that this sort of brotherly love tends to be more about punching and less about hugging. Call it the Super Smash Bros. Call it domestic violence. But you know everyone wants to see this guy’s DSi when he whips it out in public!
As far as custom controller go, this particular project isn’t loud (though yeah, bright), it isn’t overdone, and it isn’t sparkling with a bank of flashing lights… and that’s probably why the final effect is so entirely sleek and professional.
When I think steampunk, I must say that my mind does not then go immediately to Star Wars. But it’s a rule of the Internet that if two things exist, they must be put together. Hence, the steampunk R2-D2.