Two of my most favorite things (quadcopters and Star Wars) have been inexplicably combined in one. While I certainly admire this gentleman’s ingenuity and passion, even I have to ask.. why?
The fine folks at MapQuest have been secretly adding several of my favorite fictional locations in their vast index of places of interest. This time, it’s the iconic cantina from Star Wars Episode IV. Stay tuned, I’ll be sharing more as I find them!
this looks awesome!!! at the rate Lego is coming up with fun ideas like this, we may need to get another toy case at home :)
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So much fun! It is every absurd 80′s action flick rolled into one, condensed down to a half hour and covered with cheese! Seriously, stop what you’re doing and watch this!
Holy cow this thing is cool!!! Fantastic design. The rate at which UAV technology is advancing is simply astonishing. I can think of a ton of fun applications for this lil’ bugger.
Over the last few days, so many of my friends had asked if I’d seen this yet. I thought I had. So I thought I’d double-check. I wouldn’t want to risk missing out on Star Wars awesomeness. Turns out, what I had seen a couple years ago was the test footag...
Wish I had seen this when we were picking out wedding rings :)Wear the Battle of Hoth on just one finger in honor of all the brave rebels that fell on that cold day. This awesome ring depicts the fateful battle from The Empire Strikes Back in silhouette form.
In AT&T’s 1976 interview with Sir Arthur C. Clarke, he describes in great detail the gadgets and technology we have today, 39 years later. This video should be the dictionary entry for visionary. So, aliens, any time you’re ready.
Hummburger, hummburger… I’m so doing this next time I go through the drive-through