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…Planes need more lights?

LED RC Plane

What does a remote controlled airplane that’s been covered in 30 meters of LED lights (1,800 individual LED blubs) and then flown at night look like?

A little something like this:

…It’s Things Thursday: Flying [email protected]#k?

Flying Fuck

Thanks to a clever play on words, anyone can give a Flying [email protected]#k.

That’s because the remote controlled Flying [email protected]#k helicopter comes with an inappropriate body, but flies just like a regular helicopter, allowing you to send your Flying [email protected]#k all over the room and helping you to spread your message far and wide: I now give a Flying [email protected]#K!

[Flying [email protected]#k]

[Via: Gizmodo]

…3Z Scale’s Bulldog lets your ride on your R/C truck?

Bulldog R/C

On its own, a 1/3 scale remote controlled truck is pretty awesome, but when you add in the fact that when you’re done controlling it with a remote, you can attach a set of handle bars and actually ride the thing around, it becomes a definite must have for any kid, or any adult that’s still a kid at heart.

The Bulldog R/C Rider features a 110cc four-stroke engine, disc brakes, automatic transmission, independent suspension, aluminum wheels and a 2.4 GHz radio transmitter, and is more than four feet long and weighs nearly 200 pounds.

Sadly, the remote control function is disabled as soon as a rider hops on, but I’m sure there’s an easy way to hack that little safety feature for some really good times!

[3Z Scale]

[Via: Autoblog]

…It’s Movie Monday: LEGO Millennium Falcon?

LEGO Millenium Falcon

What’s better than watching the LEGO Millennium Falcon get built in stop-motion?

Watching the LEGO Millennium Falcon get built by a bunch of Star Wars Minifigs in stop motion.

Though I can only imagine how long it takes to build a 5,195 piece model like this, it must take exponentially longer to build it and film the whole process as a stop-motion movie along the way, so be sure to check it out so that the guy’s efforts don’t go to waste!

[LEGO – Millenium Falcon]

[Via: Geekologie]

…X-Punx bring the X-Men to life?

X-Men Papercraft

Jason Edward Harlan, AKA Harlancore, makes papercraft creations that he calls Boxpunx, and has created two different series of X-Punx, or X-Men themed papertoys that you can print, fold and create yourself.

X-Men Papercraft Samples

Characters include Spiderman, Wolverine, Cyclops, Storm, Magneto, Professor X, Invisible Girl, The Thing, Punisher, Silver Surfer and many more, and each features the characteristic elements that make every one unique.

[Harlancore – BoxPunx, X-Punx 1, X-Punx 2]

[Via: Neatorama]