Your childhood dream to help design a Transformers toy is finally coming true!
Who says size doesn't matter? Size is the only thing that matters for Metroplex.
A group at MIT's Center for Bits and Atoms has created a robot that could point the way toward toy robots that can fold into different configurations.
Quad bikes and jet skis can both be tons of fun, but the ride ends when you reach the boundary between land and water. The Gibbs Quadski crosses that barrier, allowing you to keep riding no matter what terrain you encounter.
Some of the metal sculptures in the Mr. Iron Robot theme park are over ten feet tall — and so what if they aren't official Transformers?! These robots made out of scrapped cars and machine tools would definitely do in a pinch.
If you have ever lived in a tiny apartment, you know that space is at a premium. Finding way to fit stuff in is always a challenge, but this chest somehow manages to convert Transformers style into a table and a pair of chairs while looking chic and sophisticated.
There are Transformers fans who build Autobots and Decepticons out of scrap metal and then are fans like this Chinese guy who have the skills to build their own transformer that actually goes from vehicle to robot mode. Michael Bay and his CGI artists can't touch this.
If you grew up in the 1980s, here's a cute video shows every toy you ever dreamed of owning in just two minutes.
There's no better way to celebrate an occasion than with cake. Birthdays, anniversaries, resignations, graduations — you name it and there's cake. How do you celebrate Michael Bay's new Transformers: Dark of Moon movie? With a 2,000-pound cake shaped like a Chevy Camaro with Bumblebee peeking out!
What's 19-foot tall, looks like it'll terrorize your neighborhood and completely Shia LaBeouf-free? This Optimus Prime Transformer made recycled car and truck parts. The smaller 8-foot tall Bumblebee isn't too shabby, either.