The limited edition Fallout 4 that comes with a Pip-Boy 3000 Mark IV replica is already sold out. But thanks to 3D printing and Yvo de Haas, you can fill your wrists, legs, cats and even the entire world with Pip-Boys.
Kirby Downey loves to 3D print fictional weapons as a hobby. His latest work is a case for an automatic electric pistol in the form of Destiny‘s beloved hand cannon Thorn.
The case is based on Kirby’s life-size Thorn scale model, modified to fit the CYMA Glock 18C AEP.
Niconico member tono2 made replicas of the Inkzooka, Splat Charger and Splat Bomb from Splatoon. But since his Splat Charger is a prettied up water gun and his Splat Bomb is just a prop, the highlight of his tono2’s showcase is his hilariously powerful Inkzooka.
Last month we checked out Hero Complex Props’ 3D printed Ultron mask. Here’s their latest creation, a life-size replica of a compound bow from the Thief games, made almost entirely out of 3D printed parts.
3D Print says it took 50 hours to print the 32″ bow’s 16 main parts.
Redditor themcv put together a Pip-Boy 3000A replica for a lucky friend. Based on selectnone’s RasPipBoy user interface, themcv’s replica can show your location on Google Maps and do a couple of other things, all in the classic green monochrome graphics of the Fallout item.
Fans of driving simulator games not only play with steering wheels, gear shifters and pedals. Some of them get working gauges to make the experience more immersive. Hack A Day forum member Leon Bataille wanted to have a dashboard for Euro Truck Simulator 2 (ETS 2), but instead of buying or building the gauges and indicators, he decided to use the dashboard of an actual car.
Last year we checked out a high quality fan-made replica of the Three Dimensional Maneuver Gear from Attack on Titan. But if you’re looking for something more authentic, you’re in luck. Somewhat. Japanese geek merchandise company Movic is now accepting pre-orders for an officially licensed life-size replica of the 3DMG.
A couple of years ago we checked out high quality and expensive Poké Ball replicas. These ones by Etsy shop The Pokeball Project on the other hand are more affordable. You can even open them up, though the space inside is mostly taken up by electronics.
Haier’s Aqua brand recently unveiled the lazy person’s astromech. It’s a life-size and remote controlled R2-D2 that doubles as a refrigerator. In Soviet Star Wars, drinks come to you.
The toy’s head also swivels and it emits Artoo’s trademark bleeps and bloops.
Insight Editions will be releasing a collector’s edition of its Game of Thrones: A Pop-Up Guide to Westeros book that will come with a 13″ replica of the astrolabe – the rings surrounding the sun in the HBO show’s animated opening sequence.
The first time I saw Merle and Daryl in The Walking Dead I really didn’t like either of them. Daryl has definitely grown on me, though I was rather glad to see Merle turn. One of the most memorable scenes in the show was when they left Merle cuffed to the roof of the building in season one and Merle cut his own hand off to get away from the horde.
When Adam Savage isn’t working on Mythbusters or other projects, he spends his off time creating some really cool and geeky items.
Case in point is this Star Trek captain’s chair replica. The project was inspired after Savage purchased an expensive “replica” captain’s chair that left him wanting more.
Every time I watch The Walking Dead, I end up thinking about what would be the best weapons to fight a zombie horde. I think Daryl has the best weapon with the crossbow. It’s quiet, can shoot a reasonably long distance, and the bolts are reusable.
In September of 2014, we caught our first glimpse of a slick Mr. Fusion replica just like the one Doc Brown had on his DeLorean time machine. The catch at the time was that the replica wasn’t available just yet.
Impress your party members with TriForce’s officially licensed life-size replica of the Scorpion, the powerful heavy pistol from Mass Effect 3 that lobs explosive goo. Just know that its price puts the salary in Salarian.
The replica is 14″ long and 8″ high and weighs a crazy 10 pounds because it’s cast in polystone.
Whether you find Claptrap annoying or endearing, I think we can all agree that we would like to own a lifesize replica of the smart-mouthed robot from the Borderlands games. At least this version won’t talk and talk.