This LEGO creation doesn't just give us plastic brick versions of Chell, Wheatley, and the Space Core; it also captures Portal 2's final confrontation—all while keeping your books in place. Portal 2 spoilers within.
When NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory wanted a spokes-AI to explain how fusion and fission work, they tapped GLaDOS, the science-loving antagonist from the Portal games. But once GLaDOS gets inside NASA, can anyone stop her?
Unless you happen to be a potato, it isn't easy to dress up as Portal's malevolent AI GLaDOS. But Athena Cole, a.k.a. Enayla, commits to the costume by suspending herself from a frame.
LEGO's CUUSOO program allows builders to submit blueprints for just about any plastic brick recreation under the sun. Although most of these designs never get the green light, there are still plenty of fantastic models consigned to the two-dimensional realm, such as these smashing Portal sets. These models come to us…
To celebrate his ten-thousandth day on this planet, Tom Scott got together with some friends to create this marvelously fun 12-hole miniature golf course. Along with holes based on Minecraft, the Wii controller, and the British game show Crystal Maze, Scott's friend Tom Wyatt constructed a series of holes dedicated to…
Those Portal turrets really aren't such bad robots. After all, it's not their fault that they're programmed to shoot you in the face. Everyone's favorite guilt-tripping sentinels get into the gleeful spirit with "This is Aperture," an ode to the puzzle-filled test facility sung to the tune of The Nightmare Before…
At the end of each episode of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, one of the show's cartoon ponies dictates a letter to the pegacorn Princess Celestia, telling her what she's learned about friendship. Not to be outdone, Portal's villainous AI GlaDOS gets in on the act, and she has a request for the princess.
Both machines are killers, but which one is less evil? Which one would kill you more humanely? [Pickaklas]
Sure, a Knight Rider GPS system is cool if you're in your 40s and remember watching the show when it was first on, but what about people looking for a GPS navigator with a more contemporary cultural reference? How about GLaDOS from Portal, one of the best games of the last few years?