Thanks to Xiaomi’s Cyberdog, robot dogs don’t need to cost an arm or a leg, or as much as a small car. Still, a grand and a half is still a lot for some aspiring roboticists and hobbyists.
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.
It has been two years since the last big screen movie adaptation of Stephen King’s IT, but recently, we found out that there is a trend in making the infamous sewer-lurking scene.
An expert wood craftsman crafts a statue. A creative and fun, expert woods craftsman crafts a statue of Optimus Prime that is also a super cool floor lamp. Kp MacKenzie aka Woodland Porpoise Workshop (@woodland_porpoise_workshop) is the latter.
Many people spend most of their time at home due to various reasons. Some already work from home, while others run their businesses from home as well. This is already made possible in these modern times. For this reason, you should ensure that your home is not only aesthetically pleasing, but it should also be …
Clearly, Vietnam-based woodwork artist ND Woodworking Art is not content with just scale wooden model of the 2021 Lamborghini Aventador S. The man recently took wood crafted car model to the next level: creating a wooden kiddie ride.
We have seen some pretty mind-blowing custom PC cases, including the life-size Iron Man suit PC case, custom Ducati Corse PC case, a “drivable” PC – just to name a few. But this one here, called DIY Fire Ignition Rocket PC Case, is on a whole different level.
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.
The Q has done it again. After dishing out a host of odd vehicles, such as a walking bicycle, saw blade wheels bike and hoverboard with F1 wheels and tires, the man has created yet another odd transportation device that rolls on Formula 1 wheels and tires.
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.