Two random images I found on the web today while searching for something totally unrelated…
Surprisingly, FederationLisa and KlingonLisa were created by two entirely different people, probably on opposite sides of the globe (or the universe).
After yesterday’s iPod revolution post, it comes to no surprise that there are quite a few of these infographics from Online Schools that are really interesting. This one has everything to do with the original Star Trek series.
Measuring only 8.8 µm, this replica of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701D was “fabricated in one-billionth scale by 30 kV Ga+ focused-ion- beam CVD using phenanthrene gas.” Oh I see. My guess was a bit off. I though they used 76 gV dispersed quark blastorz CBGB with napthalene and farthrene.
This is the perfect webcam for any Trekkie out there. It’s made to look like the original Starship Enterprise.
It’s also great for doing video chats or sharing video with your fellow Trekkers around the galaxy.
Entertainment Earth is selling a Star Trek: The Motion Picture phaser replica, an affordable yet fun gift for Trekkie fans. Or kids, because they’re bound to like anything that lights up and goes pew pew. The replica is based on production blueprints of the movie prop and uses sound effects from the movie as well.
It’s beginning to look a lot like a Star Trek holiday season. First we’re faced with killer (and economical) stockings, and now a pair of etched wine glasses, for the grape-loving fan in your life.
Perfect for a little Springwine, am I right?
Not only is this one of the more creative Christmas projects we’ve seen around here, it’s one of the cheapest–something that may very well appeal to those of us saving up for new (electronic!) toys. Also?
You lucky Alpine School District students and your Space Education Center with its spaceship simulators. I hate you. All I had when I was a kid were teachers who liked to gossip and humiliate students who didn’t go to church.
If you’re not one of the devotees attached to the official community–yes, one already exists–for the as-yet-undated MMORPG Star Trek Online, you might not have seen much about the forthcoming game, and that means you can boldly go into this screenshot without any expectations.
That’s right: each Spock Monkey is a combination of three halves, resulting in one logical, emotionally detached yet huggable primate. I used Vulcan math to calculate Spock Monkey’s constitution.
Each Spock Monkey is lovingly handmade, so each of them is unique.
If you have children in your life (or are just a Halloween junkie!), you’ve probably begun to notice that retailers are already loading up on the candy and gear, and that means the question of those pesky costumes is looming over your head.
You just can’t keep a good rumor down. One would think Apple aficionados would have enough to talk about, what with Snow Leopard now gracing the machines of any Mac-owner willing to pony up the paltry $29 Apple asking price.
While other replicas only look awesome or have loopy sound effects, Ameralis Grafx‘ Tricorder PMP-09 is not only a replica of the famous Star Trek tricorder, it also serves as a portable media player.
It’s equipped with a 2.8″ TFT colored screen, 8 GB of memory, and a battery that can play 4 hours of video or 12 hours of music before needing to be recharged.
Neatorama recently posted a bunch of Star Trek cakes, which I assume would be the perfect food for your Star Trek marathons. They’re also unhealthy, but who cares right? All for the sake of awesome. Here’s one of them, a cute and miniature bridge scene on top of an otherwise ordinary base made by reality TV show “Ace of Cakes”:
Here’s another one, a fairly large replica of the Enterprise made by European Cake Gallery.
I’m not a particularly huge Star Trek fan–not the dressing-up kind, just the appreciating, occasionally-watching kind–but even I have to say that this is probably the most awesome crib in the history of cribs. If Cribs was about cribs instead of cribs, this would have its own show, even though it’s a cradle.