I am always a fan of stop motion movies and this one created by film maker and animator Jonathan Chong is just great to watch. The complete video is a total of 5,125 frames over 3 minutes 23 seconds
Are you one of those people who stands there watching the timer on the microwave when you are cooking something, what about watching a YouTube video instead? A group of students who were competing in the PennApps Data Hackathon
For reasons definitely related to gaming, this visually absorbing tennis ball is reminiscent of those combat drones from Mass Effect 2. Remember the engineer class? They launch drones in lieu of biotic powers, right? Yeah, so appearance-wise this sort
If you have ever wondered what the inside a Lego figure looks like, artist Jason Freeny has created his interpretation of what it may be. Freeny has taken a 7.5″ Lego figure dissected it and put it on show for all to see.
What could be cooler than Stormtroopers, how about some carbon fiber Stormstroopers, which were created by Leonard Carson, an engineering technician from San Diego Composites, who thought it would be a cool idea to create some create some Stormtrooper
The guys over at Blue Ant Studio decided they wanted to created their own Digital Lomography camera, which was made from a combination of walnut with a hand polished aluminum frame and the internals of a 5 megapixel Vivitar
A new USB device has been unveiled today by SparkFun called the Electric Sheep which has been deigned to provide Android developers with an easier route to create Android apps and accessories using Android open accessory protocol. The new Electric Sheep
We have featured a number of amazing remote controlled vehicles and aircraft here on Geek Gadgets but never one that has been powered by steam. This awesome steam powered remote controlled trike has been built by YouTube user ‘prallplatte’.
If you have a few old vintage camera in the attic gathering dust, that aren’t worth a fortune you could give them a new lease of life like Flickr user Jason Hull. Jason has taken a number of vintage cameras from the
For this years Halloween MIT student Tyler Christensen thought he would make something a little different to wear and opted for a Tesla Coil Musical Hat. The creation is powered by a 28V A123 battery pack and all the electronics are included in the
Seen below is a home-made flame pistol built by an enthusiast who wants to light camp fires better. It looks real nice but the ‘making’ part is rather complex. Also, it’s a very dangerous tool that no one in