When it comes to DIY inventor projects, they vary from productive innovation to dangerously awesome. The X-Men inspired “Cyclops Visor” that lets you shoot flames from your eyes is definitely the latter.Read More
Out of all the amazing scenes in Mad Max: Fury Road, everybody loves the flamethrower guitar. Now you can create one of your very own with this handy how-to guide!Read More
All the women out there whose men just don't cut it in the gift department, gaze upon the glory of Lingxiang Xiang and despair at your man yet again handing you the same old wilted roses and chalky chocolates. For this is a man who has given his girlfriend the gift of R2-D2.
After causing chaos in Liberty City, the shadowy agents of Tony Stark seek to get their technology out into the real world. Patrick Priebe of Laser Gadgets has created an impressive replica of Iron Man’s gauntlet.
Ever wondered what to do with a few thousand leftover Lego bricks? New York-based multimedia artist "Baron" Julius von Brunk has made a giant, fully functioning NES controller that actually works with the games system.
Self-proclaimed 'mad scientist' Rob Flickenger has brought the Tesla coil of the steam punk era into rifle form, creating an awe-inspiring lightning gun.
Ever thought of building a hexapodal robot out of cardboard, including servos and controllers for $85 (about £55)? This is a thought process that creator Mike Estee had, and we've got to admit, the DIY, homebrew look of it all (not intentional as it is actually homemade) is awesome.
We've seen filters applied to displays before for privacy reasons; but a monitor hack to remove the built-in polarizing filter? That got us interested.