I think Matt of the YouTube channel DIY Perks has a beef with the PlayStation 5 aesthetic and form factor. This man had previously given a PS5 an entirely new aesthetic and also reengineered a PS5 Digital Edition in the world’s first PS5 Slim. And he is not stopping. Recently, the dude has reconfigured and …
Since the beginning of PlayStation, Sony has always introduced a slim version of each generation’s console. While there is yet to have a PlayStation 5 Slim, tinkerer DIY Perks decided to roll up his sleeves to build one himself. He has taken apart PS5 Digital Edition and built his vision of a PS5 slim.
DIY Perks, a DIY channel on YouTube that mostly DIY computer and computer-related peripherals like a suspended microphone and making a laptop out of a phone has gotten his hands wet to make a super cool remote control submarine.
If you like extra sleek gadgets, then I am very confident that you will like Matt from DIY Perks’ latest build, the DIY USB-C Microphone. Trust me, you probably won’t want to look at any other microphone after seeing Matt’s build. I know I won’t.
I get it why PlayStation 5 gets the design it has now. The designers were probably going for the radical look. I mean, after all, it is the “next-generation” console. But the look there is either you love it or hate it. There is no way to be neutral about it.
In the unfortunate event that an old smartphone is rendered inoperable due to crack screen, don’t throw it away. Well, don’t throw it away if you have a knack for making things.
Imagine a future where personal computer kinda of melts into your home environment. You know? Like, it is there but not there at the same time. No more eye-jabbing clunky monitor and PC enclosure, but yet, it there to use when you need to use it. Such is what this so-called “invisible PC” by YouTube …
If you like steampunk stuff, then you will love what Matt of DIY Perks did. Matt has a thing for rustic objects, particular brass and so, he decided to roll up his sleeves and built a one-of-a-kind Brass and Leather Custom PC.