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Mac fish tank made from an old Power Mac G4 Cube

Posted in Mac by Conner Flynn on January 1st, 2011

Your pets should have the same interests you have right? So, if you are a Mac enthusiast, it makes sense that you would want your fish to love Mac too. Now he/she can. This “Macquarium” is made from an old Power Mac G4 Cube. The cube has been specially modified with bonded plexiglas to make it safe for your fish.

This aquarium measures 8.9″ H × 7.7″ W × 7.7″ D. If you have the $149.00 necessary to get this aquarium, go ahead and geek up your fish, changing it’s computing allegiance from neutral to Apple. Maybe you can put a little Steve Jobs figure in there and play Stevejob Squarepants.

HydroGlass lets you shower on a fish tank

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on May 5th, 2009

HydroGlass lets you shower on a fish tankI have seen the future of showering my friends. After a lifetime of being forced to shower while standing upright, I say no more! From now on, I will shower while laying down. On a fish tank, so I’ll have something to watch. The HydroGlass makes it all possible.

It features seven shower heads pointing down at your body and a hand-held shower head for those times when another human must bath you. Standing in the shower is for suckers.

R2-D2 Aquarium with built-in periscope

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on November 9th, 2008

R2-D2 Aquarium with built-in periscopeNot since the Steampunk R2-D2 have we been so shocked to see the droid in a whole new way. But this time it’s droid blasphemy really. Now the robot holds a 1 3/4-gallon aquarium tank in his central compartment. We always knew there was something fishy about R2, but damned if this doesn’t make us sad. Astromech droids were not made to be used as aquariums people. I don’t care how bad the prequels are.

The domed head rotates with vocal commands and he beeps just like in the movies. But if Luke had this model with him in the Death Star, he would have had to stop and feed fish every so often. The radar eye houses the eyepiece to a built-in periscope that provides an intimate view of the tank.

The Comfish USB aquarium

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on March 22nd, 2008

The Comfish USB aquarium
The Comfish aquarium measures 180 x 140 x 55 mm and is controlled almost entirely from your computer while it is hooked up to your USB port. The USB supplies power to the tank’s LED lights, the water heater, and the oxygen pump. It’s all controlled with a program that looks just like the fish tank itself. A camera inside the tank displays what’s going on inside the virtual fish tank on your computer, so you never even have to look at the real fish if you like to neglect animals.

But wait, there’s more. It’s also a room humidifier and a night light. It’s available in red, blue, silver or gold and costs about $50 for those in Korea.