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  • August 27, 2012
    This is a growing series of Pokemon reimagined as Tim Burton characters by artist Hat Boy. Is Hat Boy secretly Tim Burton in disguise? No. I mean I guess he COULD be, but he's probably not. His name's probably not even Tim. Or Hat Boy. Then who is this man of mystery?! Is... / Continue →
  • August 17, 2012
    This is a 1.8-million LEGO block build of a futuristic version of Japan's skyline. Over 5,000 children gathered at six different centers across the country to participate in the project, and all the buildings were brought to Tokyo and connected into a giant map of Japan. Pret... / Continue →
  • April 24, 2012
    This is a completely customizable LEGO marble maze designed by Jason A. that features interchangeable playfields (including a medieval themed one!). It's currently a LEGO CUUSOO project, so if it gets over 10,000 votes LEGO will consider making the set a reality. Honestly, of... / Continue →
  • July 7, 2011
    25-year old artist Kyle MacDonald installed some rogue software on 100 computers in two Manhattan Apple stores. The software allowed the computers' webcams to take a picture every minute, and upload the picture to Kyle's server if there was a face detected. He then started a ... / Continue →
  • April 5, 2011
    Want to make your own Zelda treasure chest complete with 'opening' sound effect? Well now you can, provided you're still in your parents' good graces and one of them agrees to supervise so you don't wind up supergluing your genitals to a kitchen stool again. A list of supplie... / Continue →
  • June 22, 2010
    Note: Video is after the jump because I can't have any of you that are lactose intolerant getting sick from your butt on the front page. This is Geekologie Reader Matt's stop-motion animation made using nothing but milk bottle tops (pogs, bitches!). It features a couple short... / Continue →
  • April 23, 2010
    A History of the Sky is a project by Ken Murphy in which he plans to collect 365 days worth of time-lapse video from the sky above San Francisco, and then slap them all together in a video mosaic, each cell representing one day, in chronological order. Impressive Ken, but have... / Continue →
  • February 22, 2010
    NOTE: Dirty word at 0:50. This is a six minute video about Chat Roulette that Geekologie Readers Alex & Brett made after being inspired by my hard-hitting journalism on the same subject. I thought the most interesting part was the fact that a cute girl that doesn't say or do ... / Continue →
  • October 30, 2009
    This is a shot in a series of photographs on Flickr titled '365 Days of Stormtroopers', which features a new picture of Stormtroopers enjoying a day off every day from April 3rd, 2009 to April 3rd, 2010 (I guess every day's a vacation since the destruction of the second Death S... / Continue →
  • April 13, 2009
    The Bulbdial clock is like a sundial except, instead of the sun, it uses little LEDs to cast shadows from the timepiece's center spoke. Impressively, it casts three different shadows to correspond to the hours, minutes and seconds. It achieves this feat by having three tiers ... / Continue →
  • September 15, 2008
    This homebrew LED coffee table is packing 65 microcontrollers and 4,092 LEDs. Why? So you can play 4-person co-op Pong of course. Note: That's a mirror under the table and not a secret passage to Wiretown. We'd seen designs with interactive LEDs that responded to objects on... / Continue →
  • August 28, 2008
    Want to make your own USB Hub Monster? It doesn't look very hard. You just take a regular hub, add a bunch of USB cables with armature wire taped to them, and then tear up the college graduation gown you keep in the closet but break out every year during graduation and wear t... / Continue →
  • July 16, 2008
    This video is a little older, so you may have already seen it. But if not, you're in for a real treat. If you have seen it already, you're in for fond memories of a treat eaten awhile ago. It's a time-lapse video of some guy building a Millennium Falcon LEGO set. Not the 5... / Continue →
  • July 8, 2008
    In an announcement that surprised absolutely no one, Dubai has voiced its intention of building the world's largest and fanciest water fountain (not of the drinking variety. Costing a whopping $281 million, the new fountains will shoot water 450 feet into the air and pump 22,0... / Continue →
  • June 10, 2008
    Naman Chopra is a 14-year old boy in India who makes his own freaking cars. He's built two so far, a little red sports car and the limo seen there in the picture. The black beauty is also made from junk and is capable of speeds of up to 130MPH. It has a 1498 cc engine borro... / Continue →
  • June 9, 2008
    Some guy made a pretty reasonable Instructable about how to build your own arc reactor like Iron Man. You have to do some polymorph plastic molding and solder some LEDs though, so you may want to hire some child labor (my kids work cheap) to ensure you don't injure yourself in... / Continue →
  • April 24, 2008
    Everett Bradford is a boy. A boy with a dream. A boy with a dream of shooting flames out of his wrist. Well, Everett made his dreams a reality by making, what he likes to call, THE PYRO SYSTEM! It's basically a can of aerosol fuel rigged up to a barbecue ignition system str... / Continue →
  • March 11, 2008
    I'm a huge fan of DIY projects. Especially ones that begin by destroying something beautiful. Unfortunately this is not that kind of project. But it is a DIY iPod amplifier -- complete with vacuum tubes. Raise the roof everybody! Did I just say raise the roof? I meant som... / Continue →