Scribr is a new service which has been created to allow social media users to be able to preserve their favourite posts in the form of a printed book. The new service is officially set to launch at the
Anyone looking for a DIY project to fill a little time over the next couple of weekends might be interested in this very unique plywood boombox which plays music from SD cards. The Boombox was created by an MIT
Turns out there was a music festival in Japan recently and one of the participants is this dude named cTrix, who performed with his gAtari. That’s him pictured below wielding the beast. Take note of his facial expression–it’s a
Turns out a big fan of CERN from faraway Denmark has done the unthinkable. A short while ago during the aftermath of the latest hysteria involving the Higgs boson, science nerd Sasha Mehlhase decided to build a scale model.
With rare exception, talk shows are often dreadful affairs. Too celebrity oriented, weighed down by treacly wholesomeness, with prominent guests from other fields merely skirting the heart of serious issues. Not to be unnecessarily harsh, but the subtle art of the
Adam Howard a computer science major at Bournemouth University in the UK, has created a fantastic ambient colour controller to enhance watching movies on your Mac The amazing device has been created using open-source Arduino micro-controller, and the code
Modder Dean Liou has unveiled his latest creation using a Lenovo ThinkPad X1 laptop to create the fantastic Lenovo ArcadeDockX1 Mod. The arcade cabinet uses the 15 inch screen of the Lenovo X1 as the gaming display and the
There no single aspect of the XBox Kinect that is not a game changer in some way. Judging by the number of XBox hacks featured here at Geeky Gadgets, no game console comes close in terms of sheer applications.
Prop maker and Team Fortress 2 fan Zander Brandt, has used his model making skills to create a fantastic life size replica of the stage one, Team Fortress 2 sentry gun and Scout Force a’ Nature. Brandt started developing
Okay, so the ‘legs’ are too short. That hasn’t stopped whoever built this high rise crib from tricking out the exterior to resemble an AT-ST, those chicken walking battle mechs best known in Star Wars: Episode VI. Too bad
The scary part is the scale model he built transforms into a realistic-looking plane. Guess the lesson here is never doubt Chinese ingenuity, especially when inspired by a Michael Bay flick. Now if he can only manage to get
As the world economy is transformed by disastrous financial convulsions and uncertainty, many aspects of our consumer driven lives come to question. Phrasing this sentiment in simpler terms, sometimes just buying our food doesn’t cut it anymore. Prices are