Would you eat your own face? It sounds like an odd question, grotesque even, but it’s not what you think. It’s something that Vermont Novelty Toaster Corporation wants you to do every day with your daily cup of Joe.
We’ve seen a couple of attempts at depicting realistic Pokémon. While neither of them resulted in cute creatures, artist Beth Emery found are surefire way to make Nintendo’s money printing monsters become really scary: by making them look like the giants in Attack on Titan.
In case you’re not familiar with Google’s Chromecast, it’s a small device that plugs into any display with an HDMI and a USB port to let you stream videos, apps and more from your laptop or mobile device to the display.
Designer and illustrator Metin Seven came up with a 3D printed tribute to the 8-bit era of gaming and its legendary console, the NES. Metin simply calls it Mario’s Grave and features the pipe and ground from Super Mario Bros.
If Jason took a break from hunting people down and battling it out with Freddy Krueger and decided to become a DJ, then this is what he would put on instead of the hockey mask. Not that this sound-reactive LED mask has anything to do with the fictional character, but it’s very nature brings to mind none other than Jason Voorhees.
When life gives you PLA, make 3D Printed Failures. Digital fabrication studio Bits to Atoms is cashing in on its mistakes by selling defective 3D printed objects. Because Goat Simulator.
Ironically purchase 3D Printed Failures from Bits to Atoms for $6.66 (USD) each.
French artist Gauvain Manhattan bought six old paintings from flea markets and then painstakingly wove replicas of each painting. He didn’t replicate them perfectly though. Instead he turned the real world subjects into virtual ones by adding characters and other elements from video games.
Life is a series of ups and downs. Sometimes, it feels like everything has fallen into place. Other times, it might seem like everything is falling apart. For those latter moments, just remember to keep calm and carry on, and light one of these candles by the Flicking Candle Company while you’re at it.
Did you know that you can use your Wi-Fi network as a lookout? Pescimoro Mattia’s WiFinder is a short Python script that continuously scans your Wi-Fi network. When a new device joins the network, it will display a message on your computer, hopefully buying you enough time to erase your browsing history.
While at the 2014 HeroesCon, Shawn Scott Smith took these images of a cosplayer dressed up as Prince Robot IV from the excellent comic book series Saga. Prince Robot IV’s elegant yet dorky appearance has made him popular among cosplayers, but this is the first version I’ve seen that has a working TV as its head.
The only thing that occurs in FTL: Faster Than Light more often than branching dialogues is agonizing defeat. So credit Redditor oft_wears_hats for using the game to propose. He made a custom patch for the game and applied it on his girlfriend’s copy while she was taking a bath.
First there was the Pet Rock. Then came the USB Pet Rock. On the virtual side of humor came the parodies of simulation games, which reached their height – or nadir – with Goat Simulator. Like two of the corniest tectonic plates rubbing against each other, these two sides merged to form Rock Simulator 2014.
The adverse effects of texting while driving should be readily apparent. It’s not like smoking where you could get cancer years down the line. You literally cannot pay attention to what’s around you the instant you start to use your mobile device.