Treasure Trove Found reassure potential backers this is not Warlock magic, and there are plenty of videos to demonstrate the technology. In truth, I think most gamers are familiar with it.
This shotgun is many times more powerful than the lightsaber styropyro had already built. As Chris Mills over at Gizmodo points out a 40 watt laser is hugely more powerful than the 0.005 watt lasers you can buy from stores but still a far off the US Navy’s prototype cannon that blasts at 30,000 watts. […]
I suppose these are actually the very opposite of Cyclops’ glasses in that they enable you to shoot lasers from your eyes rather than prevent lasers shooting from your eyes. Normally, Laser Gadgets are happy to hand out blueprints to their designs. Not this time. This time it’s too dangerous.
This is a real alarm clock. If you’re tempted you can find it easily at Amazon UK or US and have one of your own. Just make sure you’re a better shot than your average Stormtrooper.
When the laser expert and the guy who built this homemade lightsaber notes he’s not comfortable holding the device then you should pay attention. It’s also worth pointing out that 3W lasers are legal for home use in the States. What do you think? You’ve seen the power of this device and what it’s capable […]
Laser Gadgets are at it again. They’ve appeared before on Geek Native, including this impressive WristBow, but with this Dead Space model Priebe takes it up a notch. The video is typical Priebe in style. There’s no backing track – but it’s not silent, listen out for the sound the cutter’s system makes as it […]
The video is a few years old and without sound. It’s still well worth a watch though. The crossbow gauntlet was created by Patrick Priebe of Laser Gadgets and Geek Native has featured his work before. Priebe is the brains behind this Iron Man gauntlet with lasers powerful enough to burst ballons. This crossbow gauntlet […]
This Iron Man gauntlet is capable of bursting ballons with its lasers. That’s pretty impressive for lasers powered just by standard batteries, batteries small enough to fit into the design of the gauntlet. The set up was built by Patrick Priebe of Laser Gadgets. Via Obvious Winner.
Boing Boing is reporting that somechap has managed to build himself a Star Trek phaser. The video is below and it’s a little odd. The title seems third party and it appears on this YouTube channel. On the other hand, the claims of the phaser aren’t very high – he’s had to fill the garage […]
If you ordered the right version of Deadspace 2 – by which I mean the expensive, exclusive one, the one that bricks and motar stores really need people to pay for – you’ll have a toy Plasma Cutter. Toys can be upgraded. That’s exactly what the Amazing Lasers channel has done. It’s a simple walk […]