Man Developed A Wearable Device That Augments Your Face. No Surgery Required

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.

Here Are Some DIY Projects To Spruce Up Space Nerds’ Space Cave

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.

Floating Tensegrity Chair Totally Works, But You Gotta Seat On It Very Gently

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.

Custom Transformers G1 He-Man Crossover Figure Is Brilliant, But Never Going To Happen

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.

Someone Made A Psycho-Pass Dominator Gun Prop Entirely Out Of Cardboard

I swear we did post about an impressive prop replica of the Dominator Portable Psychological Diagnosis and Suppression System, aka 45MW.TRG Dominator, a few years ago. But I can’t locate it among the 14,000+ posts we had.

Behold! The World’s First Watermelon Game Boy And Yes, It’s A Real Watermelon

This is a Game Boy stuck into a watermelon. I guess you could called it a, well, MelonBoy. Created by a Singaporean college student Cedrick Tan, this “world’s first watermelon game boy” uses a Raspberry Pi 3 and a Game Boy emulator to run a legit copy of the 2004 Pokemon Emerald game.

The Q Turned A Regular Computer Monitor Into A Wooden Monitor

YouTube channel, The Q, has over 10 million subscribers. Not surprising given that he haven’t stop dishing out mind-blowing DIY stuff. One of his latest creations, while not as outlandish as the hoverboard with actual F1 wheels and bicycle with legs for rear wheels, is a thing of beauty. Because, wood works.

Infographic: How to Build an Underground Bunker In 9 Steps

Judging from the response of some people during this pandemic, we can safely assume that nobody even cares if there was going to be an apocalypse. But that’s just some people. In case you do care, you may want to be prepared like Colin Furze whom have built an underground apocalyptic bunker in his backyard.