This is the $30 Power-Up Arcade Light Switch Plate from ThinkGeek. It looks like an arcade joystick, but it's not -- it's a light switch. I know -- it was hard for me to grasp at first too. The two buttons make different 'PEW PEW!' sound effects and the actual joystick controls the lights like a regular switch. Alternatively, turn out the lights the same way I do: not paying the electric bill. Come on, all the cool kids junkies are doing it. I'll touch your privates for a fix.
Hit the jump for another picture and video demonstration.
Thanks to beebs, who turns out lights the drunk way: yelling and throwing things at the lamp until it breaks.
These are Invisiplug wood grain surge protectors. They're designed to blend into wood grain flooring and not be such an eyesore. They make the perfect ironic statement for that hipster living room that's all tile. Still, even if you do have wood grain floors that actually ma... / Continue →
Needs more TV.
This is prop-builder Andrew Cook's living/gaming room. He's decorated it with a bunch of prop guns he's made from the Mass Effect and Halo franchises, because why not? Plus if somebody breaks in they might think he's some sort of commando from the future and j... / Continue →
This is the homemade laser blaster Iron Man gauntlet crafted by laser lover Patrick Priebe. I don't know about you, but I would totally wear that. Probably to school and get suspended.
Full metal gauntlet, runs on 1x 18650 plus 2x 14500 Li Ion cells. 2 blue lasers on board, ... / Continue →