Chanced1’s replicas of the Pip-Boy 3000 from Fallout 3 are so well made you won’t notice they’re made of paper unless you look closely. It uses an iPhone for its display, similar to this hack.
Ever wondered how they get those model ships into bottles? Watch this video and learn. Julia Morley’s LEGO ship-in-a-bottle build makes our brains hurt. We’d never have the patience to try this.
Screwdrivers are the power source in the EX Vehicle, a three-wheeled machine with whole body steering. It has a top speed of 18 mph and uses 2 twin 18-volt electronic screwdrivers as batteries.
Ah, DIY’ers: Check out these katana blades and some homemade housing that, when combined, make a tidy little pair of Wolverine claws that pop out at will (by moving your arm). (Thanks Nick!)
The guys behind this LEGO machine are real pinball wizards. It’s built from ~8000 LEGOs, including 6 NXT robots, 9 touch sensors, 10 light sensors and 4 motors. Only the ball isn’t a LEGO part.
Created by BCC1â€™s Bang Goes The Theory tv show, the Car-puccino is the worldâ€™s first coffee powered car. The converted 1988 Volkswagen Scirocco has a
caffeine buzz top speed of 60 mph.
Modder Moz was looking for a cool Halo-inspired weapon to go with his Spartan costume, and decided to make himself a fully-functional laser-sighted Ma5B Assault Rifle that fires Nerf darts.
This street-legal Battlestar Galactica’s Viper was built by amusement park mechanic Dean Shorey. It’s made from a postal jeep with a small-block Chevy V8 – just like the original spaceships.