Two years ago, I got my portrait taken. It was after graduation and was actually for our yearbook. The studio sent me the prints a few weeks later, and it was huge. I hadn’t seen such a huge print in my face, ever.
If this robot snake looks prehistoric to you, that’s because it is modeled after the actual prehistoric snake that shares the same name: Titanoboa. This 50-foot giant weighs over 2,000-pounds and yes it slithers around, making humans run.
The Padzilla is a case in the same way that Daimos is a case for Kazuya Ryuzaki. Developed by a company called Crunchy Logistics, the giant touchscreen accessory can super size the display of the iPad, iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS.
If you guys have followed Technabob for a while, you know that we love us some Pac-Man around here, so when I saw that the Internet is now the home of the world’s largest Pac-Man game, I was pretty stoked.
After that 200-inch monster 3D screen from yesterday, it looks like the touchscreen guys wanted us to know they could keep up. This enormous multi-touch screen measures about 33 feet wide. Now that is pretty big.
Need a sugar fix? Sure, you could eat some candy, or you could EAT SOME CANDY.
Yep, what you’re looking at is the Earth’s largest edible earthworm (a.k.a. the World’s largest gummy worm). At 128x larger than a “standard” gummy worm (is there such a thing as a “standard” for gummy worms?),
The new stadium that the Dallas Cowboys plays in here in Texas has a gigantic video screen hanging from the ceiling and the thing is awesomely huge. There are other massive video walls in use around the country in stadiums and other places where many people congregate to watch sports.
We’ve featured several horn speakers here at technabob, but I think none of them are as menacingly huge as Arcadian Audio’s 100-watt Pnoe Speakers. Each of these beasts measure approximately 87″ x 39″ x 35″ and weigh a hefty 114 lbs.
This incredible Transformer truck sculpture was recently erected by students at the China Central Academy of Fine Arts.
The statue measures in at nearly 32 feet-tall, and weighs in at a staggering 4 tons! Incredibly, it’s almost entirely made from parts from an old truck.
The new building where Hankyu Department Store is in also has several floors of offices, and is situated right on top of one of the largest train terminals in Japan, which means a ton of people will pass through or go to that building everyday.
I’m just getting used to the massive 2560 pixel wide display on my new 27-inch iMac, and then I had to see this gaming rig.
The guys over at Ostendo are making these new CRVD displays, which not only offer a whopping 2880 by 900 pixel resolution, but are curved to engulf you in the action with a 90-degree field of vision.
Somebody must be a really big fan of his CrackBerry. And LEGOs.
This gigantic LEGO BlackBerry was created by LEGO sculptor Nathan Sawaya for the BlackBerry Developer Conference. The five-foot tall smartphone is based on the BlackBerry Tour 9360, and not only incorporates thousands of LEGO blocks, but also has a flat-screen LCD television built into the middle of it.
As its name implies, the Superplexus Vortex is a super-sized version of the Perplexus, a plastic spherical maze. The Superplexus Vortex not only has a catchy name, the mere sight of it is probably enough to make a drunk man vomit.
Damn, the day after I put that brand new 58-inch plasma TV in my living room, it’s already been made obsolete. Thanks to the guys over at HDi Limited, this mammoth 100-inch television not only is huge, it displays programs in true 3D.