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DIY Daft Punk Helmet in just 17 months...

This is beyond impressive, this is completely geektastic. The dedication and obsession that went into this is phenomenal. It only took Volpin Props a full 17 months of blood, sweat and tears to create this amazing Daft Punk helmet. Complete with colorful lighting and shiny gold exterior. Check out the process in the video, appropriately made with a Daft Punk soundtrack. More images at Volpin Props website and flickr...

DIY Daft Punk Helmet in just 17 months
posted on: Jul 23, 2010 | author: Edna

Muse Audio – The Commander review...

So we’ve been using the Muse Audio Commander headphone + microphone unit for some time now – and it’s time to give it a rundown. To compare with other headphones be sure to check out http://headphonesportal.com/. Retro Look These are an attractive looking pair of headphones, gets a lot of attention in the office. The navy blue wouldn’t be out first option but its definitely a lot more interesting than the typical black or silver pair of cans. The retro look gets our vote, and the nice Muse logo over the top faux-leather strap is a nice touch. Comfort Factor They are considerably lightweight, we’ve found that you can comfortably wear them for a few hours at a...

Muse Audio – The Commander review
posted on: Jun 20, 2010 | author: Edna

Virtual Tour of Michael Jacksons Video Game Arcade...

It’s well known that Michael Jackson had a thing for video games (even starred in his own one and did the music for a famous one) – and that he had a massive personal video game collection. Now you get to see his personal video game (and star wars toy) collection. It is pure nerdgasm. The system is a bit clunky but you get to see it as a virtual 3d gallery, almost like being there. See the virtual...

Virtual Tour of Michael Jacksons Video Game Arcade
posted on: Apr 19, 2010 | author: Edna

Wu-Note Project: Remixing Album Art

Designer Logan Walters has come up with the Wu-Note Project. He has set himself out to redesign all the classic album cover artwork for the Wu-Tang Discography, which is notorious for some horribly aged artwork.

Wu-Note Project: Remixing Album Art
posted on: Jun 2, 2009 | author: Edna

Russian Anime ‘First Squad’ feat DJ Krush...

[ad#textonly] This is an upcoming World War II era animated action drama series which is being directed by two first-time Russian directors Misha Shprits and Aljosha Klimov, with production by acclaimed Studio 4°C, and funded by a Russian-Canadian company in Molot Entertainment. It is 1942. The Red Army is putting up a violent and effective resistance against the German invaders. 14 year-old Nadya is a medium. In a deadly air raid the girl is shell-shocked. Recovering from her concussion, Nadya discovers her new gift – the ability to foresee the “Moments of Truth” – the most critical moments of future combat encounters, in which one person’s actions will decide the outcome one way or the other. Looks different, sounds interesting....

Russian Anime ‘First Squad’ feat DJ Krush
posted on: May 5, 2009 | author: Edna

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