I’m not a fan of knick-knacks. They crowd everything and collect dust. I’m more a minimalist sort of guy. Give me simple lines and less stuff and I am happy. Still, I’d make an exception for this sweet U.S.S.
This cake is perfect for those stuck in the Delta Quadrant. It’s a wedding cake that also happens to be an edible model of the starship Voyager. It is going forward at warp speed. You can tell from the lit engine nacelles, which I would devour first so it can’t get away.
It was made by Cara Mia Cake and it is a work of edible art.
Fans of Star Trek: The Next Generation and later Trek productions know that computer graphics were used extensively, meaning there generally aren’t models of the Enterprise from Picard’s reign on. In the original series, the Enterprise was an 11-foot long model that had lights inside.
Watching this video of this guy making his own model of the Starship Enterprise D – then making it fly – is truly inspirational. It is a fully functional R/C model. It’s even illuminated by super bright LEDs and fiber optics.
With the upcoming Star Trek: Into Darkness ready to storm into theaters this May, we’re getting ready for whatever sort of merchandising may come along with the flick. One of the first items to pop onto our radar screen is this awesome looking model of the Starship Enterprise.
A dude going by the name Legoloverman has crafted these sweet LEGO Star Trek TNG spaceships that show one of the coolest battles that the Enterprise had with the Borg. The Borg Cube and the Enterprise were both made entirely out of LEGO bricks.
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.