Frank Ohle spent 18 months fitting a 150hp nine-cylinder Rotec Radial R3600 aircraft engine into a motorcycle body.
Not happy with how the iPhone doesn't have built-in wireless charging, YouTube user Tanveer went ahead and modded his very own. Unlike induction charging kits, this mod doesn't require any ugly cases to get the wireless recharge going.
Are you a huge Starcraft II fan? Do you spend way too many hours playing real-time strategy games with your fingers curled over the keyboard? Then, this custom Starcraft II arcade stick with its 29 buttons and giant mouse ball is the RTS controller you should lust over.
Did you receive a brand new Kindle Fire for the holidays and realized its limitations? Want to squeeze more functionality out of that $200 tablet? Why not flash Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on it and turn it into a real Android tablet?
Thinking of a good reason to dust off that old NES and fire up Super Mario Bros. 3? Swap out those NES controllers for Advancer Technologies' USB Biofeedback Game Controller — a batch of electromyography (EMG) muscle sensors that let you play games with your buffness. Finally, something useful for those guns.
When Steve Jobs passed away, Apple fans around the world created tributes and homages, but Every Third Thursday's might just be one of the best ones yet. The design gurus built a snowboard with an iPad in it and took to the snowy slopes!
As if soaring down the highway on a Harley Davidson motorcycle isn't all sorts of badass already, YouTuber Tigerpause444 created these six modified motorcycle helmets that take inspiration from a handful of geek movie and video game hits. These head protectors don't just look cool, some light up and change your voice too.
The Nintendo Wii is a very small gaming console when put up next to a PS3 and Xbox 360. It's also very quiet and cool. Modder Angel OD couldn't find any water-cooled Wii, so he took it upon himself to be the first to make one. Here's his metallic baby.
Back in the day, people used to blow on a game cartridge to "unfreeze" it. Proving that the NES really is the best gaming system for mods, Batsly Adams put one and one together and made an NES breathalyzer — complete with a game that checks for inebriated pals.
Designer David Gawthorpe is our hero of the day. What did he do to deserve the badge? The guy gutted a Mini Cooper into a gaming chair, stuffed an Xbox 360 in it — complete with retractable gaming wheel and pedals, installed a 500-watt amplifier and added strobes, lasers and a smoke machine to it. Need I say more?