When you walk into a photo booth, you expect to get a strip of low-quality photos of yourself making funny faces in return. You don’t expect to get a figurine of yourself, though.
This sculpture shows just how sophisticated 3D printing technology can get.
In this installment of GeekBytes, find out how you can control a computer with pizza, learn about jailbreaking iOS 6.0.1 with Sn0wbreeze, and check out the robotic fish of the future.
Would you like fries with that? Save the world from evil hamburgers with touch sensitive pots of sauce. No, really.
Judging by this Nyan Cat building project, it’s amazing what a few colorful lights can achieve.
Yes, it’s true: The guys behind the Cheezburger Network now have their own reality show on TV.
It’s Monday afternoon, which means it’s time for your daily GeekBytes roundup. Today, we have for you a Halloween mirror hack, the official Nyan Cat stuffed toy, and a Tic-Tac-Toe game made with logic boards.
The iPad 4 got the jailbreak treatment from a well-known developer this weekend, but it comes with a big catch.
Give those pesky neighborhood kids something to cry about next Halloween with a this project, which plays various spooky sound effects.
Draw great doodles wherever you are, thanks to the power of chalkboard paint on clothing.
Get your Lego space collection ready for a potential new addition: the Cuusoo Curiosity Rover project.
In this installment of GeekBytes, we look at a robot that can walk a tightrope, a retro-themed mod for your iPhone 4 or 4S, and a strange NES-themed toy.
Arduino offers all sorts of microcontrollers for all sorts of DIY projects. If you're looking for something with a little more perofmance than the standard Arduino board, the company has something new that it thinks that you'll like.
Need a new guitar? Perhaps you should get a 3D printer to make your next one instead.
We start the week with clever cat GIFs, smog-eating pavement, and something for Angry Birds and Star Wars fans combined.