All it took was some good old elbow grease, and lots of time.
Let's just say that a passing grade may be the only thing that this student doesn't catch.
You may have heard or even seen SEGA's ToyLets, but now this urinal-based gaming system is set to be unleashed in bathrooms worldwide. [via TechEBlog]
If Chewbacca was a dog, this is how he might look. That's not all, we've compiled several more Chewbacca look-a-likes for your viewing enjoyment.
Instructables user "danny32412" was tired of the bulky NES system, so he used an old cartridge and a special miniature chip to create the ultimate custom console.
Though these life-sized scrap metal Transformers may not be the first, they most certainly are the most detailed creations we've come across.
Special effects master Freddie Wong shows us what Super Mario Bros. would look like in the first-person view. [Via]
Let's face it, even if you had a million dollars, there's no guarantee that a McLaren F1 in pristine condition will be available for purchase. So, this Polish auto enthusiast decided to build a replica from scratch.
Why settle for a paper airplane that barely flies, when you could make one that will keep you entertained for minutes on end?
You may have seen non-functional replicas floating around the internet for quite some time now, but Parker Brothers Choppers has created the world's first fully-drivable (and street-legal) TRON Light Cycle. [Via]
Demonstrated at the 2011 Game Developers Conference, this "real-time demo of 'Samaritan' shows what Epic wants to see in the next generation of games." [Via]
If US currency were to get a colorful yet minimalist redesign, it might look something like these fan-made creations.
In a little over 5-months, this translated cat vs printer video has received over 3.5-million views, with the vast majority of them giving it a thumbs up. [via TechEBlog]
Located in the Netherlands, this creative and beautiful water tower turned house "consists of nine floors and small rooftop terrace that offers beautiful panoramic views."
Should Activision ever head a live-action Call of Duty: Modern Warfare movie, we can only hope it's as awesome as this trailer. [via TechEBlog]
Believe it or not, the nuclear mushroom clouds you see above are actually custom-built tree houses.
Liu Bolin is a master of disguise, and it shows in his amazing camouflage portraits.
File this under: use for bottles #1,506,228. These talented geeks use 146-bottles to play Czardas.
Many movie fanatics already know that The Lord of the Rings trilogy is considered one of the biggest and most ambitious movie projects ever.
If love the 80s, this promo video just might be the world's greatest, but for the rest of us, it's just plain cheesy. [via TechEBlog]
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