Tagged: Video Game

Tippett to develop AR ‘HoloGrid: Monster Battle’ game with HappyGiant

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We were talking about Star Wars enthusiasts and their number of creations inspired from fictitious characters, but nothing could be more amusing than a video game on the same theme. Popular movie artist Phill Tippett, in collaboration with HappyGiant, has turned to Kickstarter to collect funds to develop an Augmented Reality game, HoloGrid: Monster Battle. The game is all about holographic chess game from Star Wars. Tippett aims to collect $100,000 from crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter. Read More…

Fully-functional LEGO Fat Man is big and intimidating

LEGO Fat Man from Fallout 4

We have been big fans of YouTube veteran ZaziNombies here at Damngeeky. Alongside all the previously created artwork, the recently developed shoulder mounted mini-nuke launcher the “Fat Man” from game series Fallout 4 has us floored yet again. The fully-functional combat weapon is created from 2,500 plus LEGO bricks. All Fallout fans will be versed with the Fat Man – the most iconic weapon in the game series – and its replica in LEGOs here is the closest man has got at attempting the shoulder mounted nuclear catapult for real. Read More…

Giant robotic cosplay wings based on Aether Wing Kayle from League of Legends

robotic cosplay wings modeled after Aether Wing Kayle from League of Legends-3

It all started as a joke in 2104, and then with consistent effort and 1,000 hours of hardwork, Joe arrived at his first cosplay based on Aether Wing Kayle from League of Legends. The motorized wings can rise and rotate and can be controlled via Android app – pretty neat contraption for a first timer. Leo, who runs Facebook page Elmins Cosplay, has created the incredibly giant robotic wings modeled after the game while the design is largely his own creation. You’ll see in the video below that the wings are controlled via a smartphone, according to the maker; the wings can be controlled via a keyboard too. Read More…

Flaming sword from Fallout 4 brought to life for real

Flaming sword from Fallout 4

DIY flaming gun on top. The concept art in the bottom.

If you’re a Fallout series fan, you’ll love this fire-shooting sword created by Make’s editor Caleb Kraft. Drawing inspiration from the new version of the shishkebab (flaming sword) in the Fallout 4, Kraft wanted to build one of these for his love of making things. For the flame shooting sword, Kraft worked closely with friend Ryan aka Platinumfungi, who helped him get the details of the sword right, while he himself worked on getting the flames do their bit. Read More…

Could this Hello Kitty assault rifle find its way into Call of Duty?

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For some reason, we love all things Hello Kitty – an explanation so simple, we couldn’t just pass this Hello Kitty assault rifle by Israeli graphic designer Reno Levi (aka Lonewolf). Levi who is famous for his amazing firearm designs has seen his designs feature in many games such as Killzone 2, Hawken and Halo Anniversary. Though, Levi is part of Infinity Ward, company behind Call of Duty, this cute firearm – the Hello Kitty rifle, is not going to feature in a CoD game anytime soon. Read More…

Chevrolet unveils Chaparral 2X Vision Gran Turismo concept car at LA Auto Show

Chevrolet Chaparral 2X Vision Gran Turismo concept car

Chevrolet Chaparral 2X Vision Gran Turismo concept car

Chevrolet has unveiled the Chaparral 2X Vision Gran Turismo concept car at Los Angeles Auto Show. Celebrating the 15th anniversary of PlayStation racing game Gran Turismo 6, the concept car has been created as a part of Vision Gran Turismo project. Combining elements of future and the past, the concept car is inspired from innovative race cars of Texas-based Chaparral Racing, one of Chevrolet’s historic automotive partners. Created at General Motor’s Hollywood Advanced Design studio in California, Jim Hall, Chaparral founder was also involved in the design making process of the car. It took about a year developing the car while the physical model was assembled in just three months.
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3D printed full body Samus Aran Varia Suit is simply spectacular

metroid Samus Aran Varia Suit cosplay

3D printing and cosplay have been going hand–in-hand for a while now. While most cosplayers have limited themselves to Iron Man suits, here is a young woman named Chelsea – an avid Metroid fan (a sci-fi action adventure game) who has 3D printed a full-body suit of the game’s protagonist dubbed the Varia Suit. The cosplayer has worked on the suit for almost two long years before finally reaching at this Samus Aran Varia Suit, which is unlike anything we have seen before. Read More…

for(){}; – Endless Video game that you can play on programmed paintings

For(){}; computer game on painting canvas

Brent Watanabe has created a custom computer application that projects a mapped video game onto the acrylic wall paintings (most famous of triptychs, Bosch’s Garden of Earthly Delights) created by Cable Griffith for the same. The unique combination of artwork with gaming is a very new concept and the creation is called “for(){};” which in coding language signifies no ending or start, so that the player can go on playing the game for as long as he/she wants by collection of points. The game itself is very addictive simply because of its aimless nature.
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