Orvillecopter is a flying dead cat

by Edwin

Dead men tell no tales, but what about dead cats? Why, some people say that a grieving heart can drive you to do something crazy, and perhaps Dutch artist Bart Jansen had his heart torn into pieces when his pet cat was killed by a car, hence causing him to use the carcass of his cat and turn it into a piece of techno-zombie artwork. A flying cat is what …

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Custom Ice Cream – How ‘Cool’ is That?

by Julie

  I’m sure we are all aware that Fathers Day is looming on the horizon, I’ve started my search for the perfect gift and I may have come up with something a bit better than the requisite tie or cologne that Dad usually gets, its different thats for sure… How about this year, we design, personalize, and send Dad his very own ice cream, Sorbetto or Gelato? eCreamery is offering …

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RJ-45 keychain rack for recycling fans

by Edwin

If you love to go green and perform DIY recycling projects at home, then you might be interested to check out this particular Instructable that will see you breathe new life into old RJ-45 plugs. What you will need would be some network cable, male RJ-45 plugs, colored rubber protectors for the RJ-45 plug, as well as enough key rings to go around. You will need to form the key …

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Giant Optimus Prime statue sees rainbow gush from my mouth

by Edwin

There is just one thing about robots that tend to fascinate mankind – otherwise, how else do you explain the amount of money raked in by the Transformers franchise over three films, despite the fact that the second and third parts were unable to live up to the first movie in terms of storytelling and fleshing out of its characters? Not to mention other robot films and cartoons that had …

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Internal Combustion Engine Kit

by Edwin

Ever wondered how your vehicle’s engine worked, if you are like one of the many millions out there with a standard car? Well, if you are curious enough to find out, there is always a Flash animation somewhere online to discover, but some of us prefer touching the real thing in our hands. The $49.95 Internal Combustion Engine Kit would be able to do the job just right, where it …

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Portal Christmas Tree

by Edwin

Fans of the video game Portal as well as its sequel will definitely be able to jive with this cute looking Christmas tree – especially when one half of it is sinking down into the floor, while the other half cheekily pokes it’s top out from the ceiling. The light effects that comprise of the rings on both the bottom and the top also add to the overall effect, and …

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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, played with a Kinect

by Mark R

Last summer at E3, Microsoft announced at they were putting out some very cool games for the Xbox 360 Kinect. I will leave it up to you to decide whether or not the holiday games for the Kinect are up to par. One of the biggest games on the market for the Xbox 360 is Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and this man that you see in the upper corner of …

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A DIY Privacy Monitor I could use in public

by Mark R

The site Instructables generally has some terrific DIY projects that you can try at home, and this one is definitely up there with one of their greatest. As you can see in the image and the video after the jump, it is essentially making a monitor that only a special set of glasses can see. What Instructables user diimovi did was disassemble a monitor, remove the polarizing film, and then …

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