Some may prefer to have a Miles Morales PS5 console, while others find more joy in watching a small robot swing like Spider-Man. The latter includes Adam Beedle, who built such a Spider-Man-inspired robot capable of firing a grappling hook and swinging from it before releasing the cord.
Available for pre-order now in New Zealand and Australia, priced from $93 USD, the new Seagate Spider-Man FireCuda hard drives just might be the coolest-looking yet, but unfortunately, will not give your computer superpowers. This limited edition series features unique artwork of Spider-Man, Ghost-Spider (Gwen Stacy), and Miles Morales.
Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered is a revamped version of the 2018 PlayStation 4 game, and there are a plethora of mods, with this latest one aimed at fans of Breaking Bad / Better Call Saul. It does this by transforming the web-slinger into Saul Goodman, a character played by actor Bob Odenkirk, who made his first appearance in season 2 of Breaking Bad.
Insomniac Games’ Spider-Man Remastered is headed to the PC this summer, and unlike the console versions, this one boasts adjustable render settings as well as ray-traced reflections, with more features to be announced later. Their PlayStation Studios partner studio Nixxes Software fully optimized Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered for PC right down to the very last detail.
A new Unreal Engine 5 Spider-Man tech demo has surfaced, and you’ll see the web-slinger exploring New York City like never before. This is not footage from an upcoming game, although the character is inspired by Insomniac Games’ Spider-Man model, but a fan-made demo, complete with open-world exploration. Aside from the beautiful city render, you may notice a few graphical glitches as well as framerate drops.
Marvel fans probably already know that the Iron Spider is basically powered exoskeleton used by several characters in Marvel Comics, most recently by Peter Parker in Spider-Man: No Way Home. Recreating this with all of the technology is impossible, but building something that resembles the exoskeleton is another story, and that’s where Hacksmith Industries comes in. First, the team had to build the four metal arms before designing a backpack-sized hydraulic system for it.
Spider-Man has been around the world, and while he may not have had time to scale the rooftops of Paris, some may wonder what jumping around them might be like. Fortunately, Ninja Warrior champion Charles Poujade has the skills to show us just that, and he dressed up as Spider-Man in celebration of the theatrical release of No Way Home. Read more to see what ensued.
Fortnite Winterfest 2021 (December 16 – January 6) has begun and there are a few surprises, including Spider-Man: No Way Home skins featuring Tom Holland as Spider-Man and Zendaya as MJ. Aside from the skins at the Winterfest Lodge, you’ll also be able to unlock two Pickaxes, two Wraps, a Glider, Contrail, Emote, Lobby Track, Loading, Screen, Emoticon, Spray, and Banner. Read more for two videos and additional information.
Sure, we’ve seen homemade web shooters and even wall climbers, but what about Spider-Man’s Spider-Sense? The Hacksmith decided to tackle this daunting technology with LiDAR, which is similar radar, but rather than transmitting sound waves to bounce off things, it sends a beam of light. For this project, they installed a LiDAR system inside a Spider-Man mask.
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Spider-Man: No Way Home is set to be released in theaters worldwide on Dec. 19, so what better way to celebrate than with a custom Sony PlayStation 5 DualSense controller? Graphic designer Giuseppe Spinelli did just that after teaming up with Italian airbrush artist Enrico Bertagnoli. In addition to all the hand-painted webbing, you’ll find a “Be Yourself” slogan on the touchpad as well as a red accented light bar. Read more for a video and additional pictures.