There have been a lot of Tumbler Batmobile builds over the years, but this is definitely one of the coolest ones I’ve seen. It’s a batman stroller that will have your kid riding in geeky style all around the neighborhood. The Tumbler design itself is a complicated one, and when you look at the pictures of this stroller, you’ll see that it does the famous Batmobile justice. There’s no doubt it would make Christopher Nolan proud.
Every so often I read about something brand new that seems so obvious, like why didn’t I think of that? If you’re a coffee lover like me, you know how important having a perfect cup of coffee each morning is. It’s hard to make one cup of coffee at home. My coffee pot makes too many servings. It’s much easier to stop by Starbucks.
Wouldn’t it be great if our refrigerator could make us one single cup of coffee whenever we want it? It would take the hassle out of owning a bulky coffee machine that takes up space on the kitchen counter. It would also take the hassle out of brewing several cups of coffee when you only want one.
Star Wars geeks are some of the most creative and loyal geeks in the world. I love featuring the techie innovations made by Star Wars fans around the world. Today I’d like to share with you some 3D printed Death Star desktop speaker enclosures that you can make yourself.
This is called NOMOON, and according to Thingiverse, it’s a parametric spherical 3D printed speaker generator created in OpenSCAD. The beauty of this design is that you can configure every last detail, including the number of screw holes, the thickness and even the bass port dimensions. Since it includes a speaker stand, you’re Death Star speakers will even have a safe place to rest on your desk until the next battle.
I love designer handbags and shoes. This is the season of sparkly party shoes and bags, and I always look forward to this time of year. Ralph Lauren is one of my favorite designers since that brand has embraced wearable tech. Their latest geeky creation is a handbag that automatically charges your phone as you’re walking around.
It’s called the Ricky Bag, and it’s gorgeous. In addition to charging your phone, this bag also lights up with LEDs when you open it (to make finding your keys easier). You can see it pictured below. Unfortunately, the price tag is not as pretty as the bag. It’s a cool $5,000. Ouch!
If you live in a house with a basement, you know how quickly that space can fill up. My basement has several dozen cardboard boxes stacked against the wall. I don’t even know what’s in most of them. One of these days I’m going to get rid of all that junk and recycle those boxes. Thomas Richner had the same idea. He recycled the old cardboard boxes in his basement into something really special though – an insanely detailed Millennium Falcon.