Tagged: Modding

This PC Desk packs loads of hardware for hungry gamers

PC Desk case mod

PC mods are cool and making a custom designed PC case is interesting and worth the effort. For that very reason DIY’ers invest a lot of time in building unique case mods. This one though is in a league of its own for its sheer design niche. In fact it is shaped like a desk which has loads of cabinets to house all your fancy, powerful hardware. The DIY desk is work of [Crafted Workshop] who call it desk PC which is true to its name and function.
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You instantly want to own the Hellbat PC case mod

Hellbat computer case mod

This is one bad ass case mod that gives me the goosebumps. As a part of the MSI Batman v Superman challenge the Hellbat computer case is more than just impressive. I mean just look at this thing and you instantly want to own it. Designed by Random Design, the PC case mod is insane in every which way you consider. The look, hardware and of course the intimidating design which incorporates elements of the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice movie.
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SkyVue PC case mod inspired by 1930’s skyscraper architecture

SkyVue PC case Mod by Jeffery Stephenson

Jeffery Stephenson has made a name for himself when it comes to crafting niche wooden mods and docks. Now the modder is back with another eye-catchy creation. An Art Deco-inspired SkyVue PC case mod which looks like the skyscrapers from the 1930s era. As it is customary with all of the Jeffery’s creations, this one is made from wooden material, sapele over birch plywood frame. Inside of the PC case is made from aluminum and aircraft grade birch plywood.
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Tennis racket hacked to play grunting sounds while hitting hard shots

Grunting Tennis Racket

Lawn tennis as a game is one of the most gripping in sports and player’s grunting at the swing of every powerful shot is one of its charming aspect. But grunting also uses up lot of your energy and if you want to have that signature grunt while playing just for fun, this DIY will interest you. Seiya Kobayashi wanted to bring the grunting of players like Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal and Novan Djokovic to the tennis racket. So, he decided to make a custom tennis racket which emulated the grunt of tennis players.
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Nostalgic Macintosh 128K draped in wood and steampunk flavor

Love Hulten Golden Apple

The Macintosh 128K which was also known as Apple Mackintosh personal computer made appearance some 3 decades ago, and that sounds like an eternity. Back then the PC wasn’t that eye-catchy and was made to have enough graphics performance to compete with other PC manufacturers. But little did we know what master craftsman and modder Love Hulten was making in his confines. A much better looking Apple Macintosh made from American walnut wood and some elements draped in gold-plated material.
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Celebrating 30 years of Nintendo magnificence with these mods and DIYs

Happy birthday Nintendo

On October 18, 1985 Nintendo released its first ever console in the region of North America and since then the Japanese gaming giant has not looked back. In a way Nintendo has revolutionized the gaming industry and how can we forget those old school gaming days when playing addictive arcade games like Super Mario Bros. or Duck Hunt for hours and hours was bliss. It has been 30 years since that time and Nintendo has come a long way in establishing itself as a household name for gaming freaks. As a tribute on 30th birthday of Nintendo we have compiled a list of Nintendo-inspired geek stuff and Nintendo mods that you’ll definitely enjoy.
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“Back to the Mod” –Yeah, that’s what this DeLorean PC case is actually called

Back to the Mod Delorean PC case mod

Modder Marc Molella has refurbished his old PC into an impressive mod that pays homage to the legendary DMC-12 DeLorean from the movie “Back to the Future”. Very aptly he calls this DeLorean-shaped PC case mod as “Back to the Mod” and says that this modding effort focuses on the design aspect rather than its hardware configuration. Not that the hardware fails to impress in any way, but Marc wants us to concentrate more on the looks of this cool PC case.
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Play “Super Mario” or “Metallica” on the rocking “Guitar Boy”

Guitar Boy

When one combines gaming and music, it is pure nirvana. Nothing compares to the fun element and you just want to lock those doors and do both these activities as long as you can do. Fibbef, one of the administrator at BitFixGaming decided to get these two things together for the 2015 Game Boy classic building competition. He managed to fix all the hardware inside an electric guitar and make it look like an over-sized Nintendo Classic Game Boy circa 1989. Not only does it look like a Game Boy fixed inside a guitar, but it is actually functional. No wonder he likes to call it the Guitar Boy.
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Cold Boy – Mini fridge turned into a Game Boy machine, boy oh boy!

Cold Boy Mini Fridge turned into Game Boy

What does it take to be creative and do something that somebody never even though of doing? Actually not much, but this mental barrier is too over-whelming for most of us to cross. That however is not the case with Daniel d’Entremont who is an art history major. As opposed to his academic pursuit this bloke decided to run his imagination wild and turn a mini fridge into a Game Boy, all by himself. The inspiration, well, he used to look at his fridge and always wondered how it looked like a Nintendo Game Boy, so decided to turn it into one.
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