Japan-based tinkerer Akaki Kuumeri has designed and 3D printed a custom Flexure joystick for Xbox Controller, turning a regular controller into a flight stick of sort, for the purpose of playing fight simulators such as the Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020.
With the proliferation of 3D printing, we are surprised that nobody has created a scale, functional roller coaster model yet. What you see here is apparently the first.
Many people are into Star Wars. But someone who specifically have a thing for the notorious Jabba the Hut from the original Star Wars trilogy? That has to be very, very rare. Mighty Jabba (@mightyjabbascollection) is one such rare person.
3D printed food as seen in sci-fi movies and TV shows like Amazon’s Upload is becoming a reality (or a reality) thanks to company like Nova Meat and Redefine Meat.
When the Mac Pro was revealed two years ago, its cheesegrater case was the subject of ridicule and memes. The practicality of the holes covered front is questionable. Clearly, not everyone is a fan.
Here’s a “keyboard” that couldn’t be more apt in this day and age. Words, be it comments or information and whatnot, brashly sent over the internet sometimes could have explosive consequences and hence, it perfectly illustrates how words – the very thing that formed information – could be a weapon.
Thanks to 3D printing, you can have all kind of objects even if your favorite franchises do not offer them. Like for example, getting a Death Star planter or perhaps, a set of Pac-Man and Ghosts Planters such as these ones you see here from Etsy seller Retro Gaming Centre.
Men’s balls, aka scrotum. They are like boobs, but less offensive when you mentioned it. In other words, they are less “pervert” if anyone were to reference to it then if anyone were to reference to ladies’ bosom. Perhaps that is why there are a number of products based on it – including one that …
You can not remember anything about Stargate, but no one will ever forget the Einstein-Rosen bridge portal device that enables near-instantaneous travel between two distant locations. The gate itself is just about as iconic as pop culture icons emerged in the 90s.
Funky 3D Faces is going to make you feel that the official personalized LEGO minifigure is pretty lame. I mean, a standard minifig head lacks of the features to say that it is you, but the Funky 3D Faces’ personalized minifigure on the other hand, is in-your-face you.