Ales Kocjancic, founder of Live Systems, was left with a MacBook that would boot only to show the “Blue Screen of Death.” He didn’t have AppleCare and other fixes found online wouldn’t work for him. So he ...
Microsoft’s Xbox One controller is a vast improvement over the Xbox 360’s. Despite looking like nothing more than a sleeker version of its predecessor, the tweaks made to the Xbox One’s controller along with its...
Jose Julio’s daughter loves air hockey. So as any amazing Dad with DIY know-how and tinkerer skills would do, he built her a robot air hockey opponent — by converting a 3D printer. The printer’s parts were repur...
Hard drive goes up in flames, repaired, still works. BRAVO!
In Notre-Dame-des-Prairies, Canada, which is a little ways north of Quebec, Line Rainville has spent $30,000 to create a Star Trek themed basement that will make any fan of the series jealous. Rainville is an incredibly big fan o...
After doing this, you still won't get to ride dragons.
As a Jedi Knight or a Sith Lord, the first step is to create your own lightsaber. This post shows you how. (Sort of.)
Dragons are so 2011, it's all about tank engines now.
You should attempt to make one yourself.
The lion, the witch, and probably this wardrobe.
From the design, it appears this is the batmobile from the Tim Burton movies of the 90s.
I'm convinced that duct tape + imagination = anything is possible.
Glowing stickman, anyone?
This is built by DIY-er Alton Porter. I wish I could buy one, what an awesome yet relatively inexpensive way to scare the shit out of kids on Halloween. Or anyone, for that matter.
Great way to light up the night. (See what I did there?)