It's always good to revisit the good old days of PC modding, back when geeks took pride in creating custom towers. For this flashback, we bring you a Battlefield-inspired (game) PC that even includes a built-in energy drink cooler. Unfortunately, we don't know if the minigun spins or if the switches actually do something. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a Chihuahua that's really living the good life.
When you think of a "dream" home theater, leather seats with large cup holders, a gigantic screen, and custom theming probably comes to mind. However, all you really need is a gigantic bed couch of sorts, large enough for friends and family, along with a decent-sized display, for a good time. The home theater above is the perfect example. Continue reading for more fun and awesome ways geeks can remodel their home.
Hate when people look over your shoulder to see what you're doing on the computer? Then in just a few simple steps, you could make your own privacy monitor. However, we recommend trying this on a display that you intend on throwing away, rather than a new one, just in case things go wrong. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a baby who goes crazy over a remote control.
Creating a macro lens for your phone may not be a life-saving trick, but when you do need to take up-close photos of something with your smartphone, this will definitely come in handy. Other useful life hacks that just might keep you alive in emergencies include: using steel wool to start fires, where you should really go in an earthquake, and how to use aluminum foil to replace your kitchen. Continue reading to see them all.
Just spent a few hundred on some nice earphones, but only to find out that all of the earbuds that came with it don't fit properly? If so, then you're in luck, as this simple tutorial shows how you can create your own for a better fit. All you need are some earplugs and a razor blade or hobby knife. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a dangerous Japanese sport.
Why spend $299 on the AAXA P4 P4X Pico Projector, when you could build your own projector on a shoestring budget? All you need is a shoebox, magnifying glass, paperclip, hobby knife, duct tape, and black tape if you want a sleek finish. Simply follow the steps above, and in a day (or two), you'll be enjoying smartphone projected YouTube videos, photos, and more. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the world's largest urban zipline.
Black lights (long wave ultraviolet light) aren't the most useful of things in everyday situations, but when the occasion does arise (secret messages, etc.), this nifty tutorial will definitely come in handy. Simply put, all you need is some tape and Sharpie markers. One of the innovations for night and all-weather flying used by the US, UK, Japan and Germany during World War II was the use of UV interior lighting to illuminate the instrument panel, giving a safer alternative to the radium-painted instrument faces and pointers, and an intensity that could be varied easily and without visible illumination that would give away an aircraft's position. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a man who starts drawing everyone on the train.
What happens when you combine a Rasberry Pi (512MB version), a broken Nintendo Game Boy, and lots of work? The retro gaming powerhouse you see above, which was created by YouTube user "kman316". For those who aren't as technically skilled, we recommend just purchasing an AFUNTA game player. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing what happens when two guys accidentally get put on Kiss Cam at a baseball game.
A very skilled auto enthusiast has always wanted a Hummer H1, but refused to pay the insanely high prices for even used models, so...he decided to build his own, using a Ford F150 as the base. No, it's not a rebuild or fiberglass kit, but rather an all-steel, hand fabricated, near-military spec level replica. The frame was sourced from a 1987 F150 4x4 and the rear axle was pulled out of a E250 van. On the inside, it's powered by a 7.3L Powerstroke diesel engine from a shuttle van. Continue reading to see the Hummer H150 build from start to finish.
At first glance, or at least from the picture, this looks like a Lamborghini, but upon closer inspection, you'll notice something is off. That's because it's actually a highly modified Nissan 300ZX coupe with 70,000 km on the odometer. Unfortunately, you won't find a beastly 720hp V12 engine underneath, but rather a 3.0L V6 Twin Turbo DOHC petrol engine. Continue reading for more pictures.