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  • October 15, 2015
    This is Colibri, an organic motion sculpture of a hummingbird drinking from a flower created by Derek Hugger. The movement of the 400-piece sculpture took Hugger over 700 hours to perfect. It's powered by lifting the weight beneath the hummingbird's tail, which will provide o... / Continue →
  • October 9, 2015
    This is the zombie containment unit Halloween prop built by Roy Mueller using kits purchased from Hi-Rez Designs (who sell the DVDs with the animations, relay controller, as well as the pnuematics and water cannon effects -- you build the box yourself). When the zombie bangs o... / Continue →
  • October 8, 2015
    Halloween lover and Instructable user SemadarG posted this tutorial for how to make your own zombie mouth cupcakes. The entirety of the mouth and gums and teeth are molded by hand out of fondant though, so if you don't have sculpting skills/hand-eye coordination, yours might n... / Continue →
  • October 2, 2015
    This is the Fallout Vault-Tec vault door that Redditor BIG_HAIRY_AZZZ (sick!) built for the entrance to his 1,000-square foot basement game room. I wish I had a 1,000 square foot basement gaming room. "CLEAN YOUR BEDROOM." Not now, mom, I'm talking to my friends! There's a ... / Continue →
  • October 1, 2015
    As the first in a series of Halloween tutorials, this is makeup artist Promise Tamang demonstrating how to paint and apply a realistic set of extra face parts on yourself. It is kind of hard to look at. It is very hard to look at. Medusa is easier to look at. This is my fir... / Continue →
  • August 21, 2015
    This is the beautiful overhead computer control panel built by Redditor smashcuts. It has over 100 programmable buttons and switches that control different computer functions. I must have one. I don't even care what all the buttons and switches do, I just want to push them a... / Continue →
  • August 17, 2015
    Father Tez Gelmir built this speeder bike rocker for his daughter's first birthday. He even posted an Instructable to follow if you want to build your own. It looks...difficult. At least for me, but I'm bad with tools. The finished product also looks kinda dangerous. Of co... / Continue →
  • August 7, 2015
    This is the Rainbow Roller, a paint roller that paints in rainbows, provided you fill it up properly. There is an Instructable of how to build your own right HERE. Alternatively, feed a unicorn a bunch of beans and laxatives and let it paint rainbows for you. Just make sure ... / Continue →
  • August 4, 2015
    This is a short video tutorial showing you how to turn your smartphone (sorry, no dumb phones or pagers) into a holographic projector. All you really need are a couple pieces of plastic (you can even cut up a CD case!) and an app (like this one for iPhones and Androids) or a v... / Continue →
  • August 3, 2015
    These are the 3-D printed light switch plates sold by Etsy store 3DPrintingEgg. They're charging $10 for a single switch cover, and $20 for a double or triple switch, although the designs are free to print if you have your own 3-D printer. I just bought a bunch before realizi... / Continue →
  • June 9, 2015
    The Tempescope is the brainchild of designer Ken Kawamoto and can recreate current outdoor weather conditions right on your desktop. The box downloads the upcoming forecast from the internet and is capable of producing different sunlight effects, clouds, rain and lightning. T... / Continue →
  • June 9, 2015
    This is a video of charismatic Youtuber styropyro showing off his homemade 40W laser shotgun. He uses it to set a bunch of stuff on fire because that's what powerful burning lasers are for (plus blinding your enemies in battle). The gun is actually eight 5W lasers in parallel... / Continue →
  • May 21, 2015
    This is an Instructable created by SFHandyman detailing how to make your own gummi LEGO bricks and minifigs. It's not too complicated. Will they taste better than real LEGO bricks? No, nothing is ever better than the real thing. "You do realize you're talking about eating p... / Continue →
  • May 20, 2015
    This is a video from very amateur madman TheBackyardScientist showing you how to make your own propane rifle. It's pretty simple. So simple you could easily do it in your garage after school with zero adult supervision. Not that I'm encouraging that, because I'm not. As muc... / Continue →
  • April 23, 2015
    This is the Instructable for making your own Cookie Monster skin rug. It basically involves finding blue fur fabric, cutting it out into the shape of a skinned Cookie Monster, then attaching some eyeballs. Pretty simple. Mine still turned out looking like shit, but what's ne... / Continue →
  • April 21, 2015
    This is the Make Project created by Christian Poulsen detailing how to build your own functional BB-8 droid with a Sphero robotic ball toy, a foam head, and a neodymium magnet. It works pretty well, although his head doesn't stay on top as smoothly as the real BB-8. Still, im... / Continue →
  • March 24, 2015
    This is the $85 Alice In Wonderland doorknob kit made and sold by Etsy seller propsculptor. It looks like the talking doorknob from the drink me/eat me scene in the movie. I always thought that doorknob was a jerk. And kinda dumb too. Like my roommate. Don't tell him I sai... / Continue →
  • March 16, 2015
    This is a video of the scout trooper on speeder bike quadrocopter made and flown by copter hobbyist and Star Wars fan Adam Woodworth. It is one of the most impressive quadrocopter mods I've seen, which is saying a lot because I've seen them all, including a full scale naked la... / Continue →
  • January 8, 2015
    Because real human skulls are expensive (I own two), these are the 'Vince' laser-cut cardboard human skulls. You put them together yourself, and cost $40 for a 2.5" version, and $100 for a 6" version. Just don't go using one in a potion that calls for a real skull or it's goi... / Continue →
  • January 6, 2015
    This is a how-to video created by Youtuber Grant Thompson - "The King of Random" of how to melt aluminum soda cans, make them into metal biscuits, then recast them into something else (in this case, a sword). Pretty cool. You know what would be even cooler? Melting a soda ca... / Continue →