Redditor adriannezy wanted to “participate in Halloween at the absolute minimum level” at her workplace, so she went as a QR code. Well, not exactly. She went as a clever geek, who found a way to be seen wearing a costume without actually wearing one in real life.
Space, the Final Frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its five year mission, to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new teeth, to boldly go where no spoon has gone before. Nope, that’s not right.
One of the things that I always regretted not seeing on the trips I made to CES over the years was Star Trek: The Experience and the Star Trek bar at the Las Vegas Hilton. That bar is now closed down so I have missed my chance.
I’m not a trekkie, so pardon me if there is indeed evidence to the contrary, but I don’t think acquiring and managing properties is within the duties of a starship captain. But now you can help the best captains from five different eras conquer the board game frontier with Monopoly: Star Trek Continuum Edition.
Having drinks with your friends and qorDu’? No need to bring out a phaser or a bat’leth. The tools in the Star Trek-themed bottle opener gift set will do the trick, whether you need to pop crowns or corks.
Boldly go to the dinner table armed with the Star Trek Enterprise and shuttle shakers. Watch as your housemates and relatives try their hardest to resist making spaceship sounds when someone asks them to pass the salt (or pepper).
deviantART member Botjira makes amazing collages of video game, TV show, anime and other geeky characters. Even though the individual pieces that are patched together to make each work are not that small, they’re still quite detailed.
Here’s another very geeky flash drive that is kind of awesome in its own way. It’s too bad that it only has 2GB, but then again, you’re not paying for the size, you’re paying for a USB flash drive in the form of the traditional Vulcan greeting.
Whether you’re a Trekkie, a Trekker, or just a computer geek, you’re going to be impressed by this casemod, based on a fictitious starship based on the USS Voyager. Actually, it’s not really a casemod – the Intrepid Mark II Class USS Eurisko is a complete scratch-built PC.
Yes I know that we all love Star Trek, but do you love it enough to wear this flashing t-shirt? It definitely takes the geek factor to the next level and the Flashing Star-Trek T-Shirt comes in four different designs, perfect for all hardcore Trekkies.
The term “Redshirt” is used by Trekkies and the people behind Star Trek to refer to characters or crew members that are usually quickly killed off, sometimes in groups. So if you’re ever forced to buy a gift for someone you don’t particularly care for, you can get them this shirt:
I wonder who’ll get more put off by this shirt, a hardcore Trekkie or a devoted Star Wars fan. I actually searched online to see if there was a special term to call Star Wars fan and found this thread on the official SW forum, but none of the suggestions are worth using.
John Martz teamed up with Koyama Press to create this comprehensive pixel art Star Trek roster, featuring 235 characters from the series. I think Star Trek fan clubs can use this as an intermediate test for new applicants: “For your second test, you must shoot these darts at the characters in the poster whose names have exactly two vowels in them.”