Several months from now. Australians are an inventive lot. Blame it on the water or the space beer, but they’re an inventive lot if given the right inspiration. For Chris Malloy, it all began with a fateful helicopter ride.
We have featured quite a few different robots here at Geeky Gadgets, today we have a beer can robot that can be controlled with a Wiimote, called the CanBot. The CanBot was developed by Ron Tajima from Japan, have
We can’t stress this enough: Alexander Perfiliev is the unrecognized monarch of miniature model makers and DIY nutcases alike. The elderly Russian has been plying his talents for decades now and the resulting masterpieces are a sight to behold,
They did it! They really did it! A team of Danish aerospace nuts have successfully tested a suborbital rocket in the Baltic sea. Though it failed to reach its target altitude of 15 kilometers, it did blast off, attain
Using 10,000 Lego pieces and nine months of hard graft, master Lego builder ”Marshal Banana” has created a remote control Lego re-creation of a Star Wars Sandcrawler. The Lego Sandcrawler is complete with lights, working treads, remote control ramp and working crane, together
Three years ago Rob Thompson had a car accident that left half his body paralyzed. Today, his slow and grueling recovery continues, but he’s not going it alone. His father Dave Thompson, an engineer by profession, thought up a
We’re not sure if he was tired of waiting or simply had a generous amount of cheek, but a Chinese dude posted a blow-by-blow account of his iPad 3 build on a video sharing site. It took him three
Consider this an awful case of scraping the bottom of the barrel. The Etsy barrel to be specific. Deep in the bowels of the handy crafts marketplace there lies this rather plain hand towel that has the benefit of
After nine years of top secret toil, Dan Reeves pulled out his homemade airplane from its lair for a test flight. The problem: he had to modify his house so it could be pulled out and readied. Keeping faithful
Leftover pizza are the orphans of great parties. What to do with the poor fellas the morning after? Eat them, of course, except that pristine yumminess might be gone after the stiff slices have been microwaved back to warmth.