Nerdforge previously built a computer that looked like a medieval house. Now they’ve gone in the opposite direction by creating this awesome work of art – a gaming PC that looks like a neon-lit cyberpunk city. After finishing the exterior, they flew from Norway to Canada to let Linus Tech Tips trick out the insides of the rig.
This upgraded version of the Cyberboard keyboard has a new RGB LED light grid with 256 brightness levels, a higher refresh rate, and bolder colors. It has a hot-swappable circuit set into a CNC-machined aluminum case. Choose from a psychedelic or Jet Black mirrored PVD finish. Key switches and caps sold separately.
This unique tabletop clock combines retro and modern tech for a cool cyberpunk look. At its core is a vintage IV-18 vacuum-fluorescent display that sits atop a custom circuit board. It can show the time, temperature, and date, complemented by ambient RGB lighting effects. Its modes are controlled by touch sensors.
Vapor95 sells these colorful tapestries featuring artwork that combines classic Japanese style with neon cyberpunk color schemes. Each 60″ x 50″ tapestry is handmade and dye sublimated so they never fade. Designs include Ramen Village, Crystal Shower, and Together at Twilight. More cool Vapor95 tapestries here.
The Melodicka Bros. are back with another cool cyberpunk/synthwave cover version of a classic tune. Their synth-heavy cover of Pink Floyd’s Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) pays tribute to their supporters, who took on the part of the prep school chorus.
Imagine, for a moment, that Hogwarts wasn’t a school of witchcraft and wizardry and instead taught its students computer coding and hacking. That’s what Alex Skor of Inventor Headquarters did when he reinvented the world of Harry Potter as a high-tech cyberpunk adventure, loaded with fun and geeky easter eggs.
Bazaardodo teamed up with nine great cyberpunk artists to create these neon-tinged playing cards. Its decks represent two factions: Wasteland Rebels and Elysion Technology, with character portrait face cards and honeycomb pattern number cards. A special edition Collection deck features hot foil stamping and UV effects.
Low-Fi is a VR game that drops you into a cyberpunk world clearly inspired by Blade Runner. You play a character who is unable to merge with “The Platform,” a VR simulation where most people live their lives, relegated to performing police duties in the real world. Coming to SteamVR and PSVR, with early access on itch.io now.
Melodicka Bros ask the question, “What if John Denver came from a different universe to bring us some electro cyberpunk industrial synthwave sci-fi futuristic metal vibes?” They answer it with a wild arrangement of Take Me Home, Country Roads that sounds like something Depeche Mode might have recorded.
There are tons of wallets to choose from these days, but we’ve never seen one that looks like this. It has an all-aluminum body with an aesthetic inspired by Japanese cyberpunk anime. Each one is made from numerous CNC-machined parts, with exposed Torx screwheads to complete the look. Available in 3 customizable designs.