Sick of losing your remote between the couch cushions? With this bigger-than-a-breadbox remote control, there’s no chance you’ll misplace this one.
The Chunghop RM-A4 remote control measures in at a whopping 8.26″ wide x 11.69″ tall x 1.35″ thick.
Gummi Bears (or is it Gummy Bears?) are one of life’s little pleasures – especially the red ones. Now it seems that somebody has gotten the brilliant idea to super-size the delicious chewy candy concoctions.
The 4-inch tall Giant Gummi Bear weighs in at a whopping half a pound, and is the equivalent of 88 of its regular-size cousins.
I came across these magnificent falling Tetris block sculptures snooping around over on Flickr earlier today.
When I first stumbled onto these images over on Justin James’ Flickr gallery, all I could figure out was that they’re a) giant Tetris pieces and b) they were seen somewhere on the streets of Australia.
This has got to be my favorite piece of furniture, ever. Not only does this coffee table look like a giant NES controller, it’s actually fully functional!
Lovingly constructed by Kyle Downes of Ultra Awesome, the table also offers ample storage for all of his other gaming systems.
You’ve gotta love these speakers that look like giant iPod earbuds. Unless your last name Bunyon or your first name is Green, these jumbo earphones will have to sit on your desktop instead of in your ears.
It’s kind of funny that this isn’t the first giant NES controller story I’ve covered. The last one I wrote about was a mammoth controller which could actually play games. This time, we’ve got the same monster controller concept, but beneath the hood dwells a completely functional PC.
Designer Kei Yamamoto created these lighting fixtures that look like giant LEDs. Made from acrylic, aluminum and a dozen LED light sources each, they’re each about 20-times the size of a normal light-emitting diode.
The fixtures’ clear acrylic shell and arrangement of LEDs create a beautiful visual effect on the wall above the lamps.
If you’re looking for a serious conversation piece, check out this 7-foot tall statue of Halo’s Master Chief that someone has for sale over on eBay.
I guess Microsoft made a very limited number of these to promote Halo 2 when it came out.
Somebody sure likes their Creative Zen Stone media player. In fact, this guy loves his enough that he created a mammoth wooden version of his portable media player.
Captain Ødegård’s giant-sized wood media player measures in at 8.25″ x 5.5″ x 2″, giving it about 90-times the volume of a regular Zen Stone player.
You won’t have any trouble finding the buttons on this massive replica of Nintendo’s famous NES controller.
Game fan Philip Torrone and his team of builders put together this 5-foot wide joypad for the recently completed 2007 Maker Faire.
Toshiba has shown us the future of television in the form of the most unwieldy contraption I’ve ever seen.
Looking like a cross between a space helmet and some sort of industrial grade hair dryer, the prototype system is said to provide an all-encompasssing 360-degree television experience on its massive convex screen.