Office NERF war will never be the same again after the YouTube personality/tinkerer Ivan Miranda’s custom built “world’s largest” NERF Gatling gun. And now, it will be even more intense with his latest creation, the Giant NERF Bazooka.
This is a birdbox by maker Hans Forsberg. This bird box has nothing to do with Netflix’s and it is way more cooler than not McDonald’s. Using his knowledge on robotics on industrial applications for artificial intelligence, Fosberg made a bird feeder that will reward his backyard magpies with food whenever the birds deposit a […]
Look. I don’t want to be a fanboy (or fan uncle?) and shed tears of emotional joy that someone has made a “real-life” lightsaber. But I can’t help but to be a teeny weeny elated. Just a little…
One of our favorite inventors/YouTube personalities Simone Giertz tried teaching her pet dog, Scraps, how to take a selfie with a smartphone, but little doggy just couldn’t get her paws on it. So she does what any sane inventor would do: built a dog selfie booth.
We have seen artisan food keycaps for mechanical keyboards, but we don’t believe we have seen a keyboard that has all the keycaps replaced by food keycaps. Well, that’s until now.
Giving yourself another look using filters limits your audience to just the online community. But Lenny is breaking that limitation. This man is on a mission to bring Animoji, camera filters and even deep fakes into the real world. How? By developing a helmet that displays those we have mentioned.
Attention, space nerds! Here are some projects that could DIY to spruce up your space cave. What you see here are three DIY projects by Instructables member SimonRob. SimonRob has created a Rocket Planter, Saturn V Lamp, and the geekiest of geeky creation, the Electronic Space Shuttle.
I am sure you have seen enough of the tensegrity structures that went viral a couple of months ago. For the uninitiated, tensegrity is a structure that uses tensional integrity aka floating compression to enable isolated components to kind of magically stay afloat with just flexible ropes or strings.
Given Hasbro’s love for crossover with 80s’ pop culture, we are surprised that He-Man and the Masters of the Universe is not on its sight. Oh, wait. That’s the property of its major competitor, Mattel. OK. Never mind.
Tokyo-based 1/6 figure collector and artist ジェノ (@jeno_figure) has created a Hyperrealistic Toy Story’s Wood Figure. It looks really, well, realistic and that’s what make it all that unsettling looking at it.