So, the iPhone and Android phones out there are just too usable for you? Too slim, too easy to fit in your pocket? Well, this odd steampunky phone, which actually works, is certainly different.
That steampunk plasma speaker that popped up earlier today isn't too shabby of a DIY project, but we think we've already found a new steampunk king: Wozniak's Conundrum — a fully functional Mac with a Remington typewriter keyboard from 1897 wired up to its brains and a mouse built from an old Morse Code telegraph key.
Most steampunk art takes regular everyday tech, and gives it some super-cool vintage style. Polish artist Conscious Flesh takes his creations to the next level, by combining steampunk style with forward thinking futuristic tech.
Even in the age of neon-laced Tron revivals, it's clear that the art of steampunk is here to stay, and may even begin to find its way into real world products.
Attention steampunk pirates! The C.S. Tere (needs a more steampunk-ish name) needs your help to complete it. The big draw-in for this hand-built steel and wood pirate ship car? That 10-foot diameter hub-less front wheel.
We're quite the fan of Richard "Datamancer" Nagy and his intricate steampunk pieces of tech. Up until now, we've only been able to gawk from afar, but the Mancer of Data is starting to accept interest from we, the unwashed masses.
Proving that even in the age of touchscreens and molded plastic, old school technology aesthetics will never die, one UK artist has developed an entire line of amazingly detailed steampunk insects he calls Athrobots.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has a bit of a problem. Their antique tech collection includes a bunch of vintage gear that they don't know a whole bunch about, so they want the public to put on their Antiques Roadshow hats and tell them what they've got.
Steampunk creations are usually very cool and trendy with their hip retro style, but here's a guy who seems to have taken the word "steampunk" a bit too literally, by building a steam powered turntable to play his punk LPs on.
Everybody knows the latest craze for 3D is just the most recent take on a technology that's been around since the '50s. But did you know 3D tech existed more than 40 years before that? This stereoscope, which arrived in the DVICE offices yesterday, is the proof.