Apparently there is a whole armada of Spongebob Squarepants alarm clocks, but none of them are a replica of the one used by Spongebob himself on the show; and I’m really surprised by that. Statistically speaking there are “morning people” who want to emulate the sponge’s wake-up routine.
Darth Vader kneels humbly on top of an illuminated pad when he is chatting with the Emperor in Star Wars, which I’m guessing is some sort of holograph phone thingy. As a weigh scale, you too will be asking, “What is thy bidding, my master?”
Pretty straightforward design. A lot of fun stuff could be done with the internals, like a Power Supply that looks like the Ecto Containment Unit. The graphics card could look like the Ecto-1.
Here is a light switch that belongs in Dr. Frankenstein’s lab! It includes a pair of LED lights encapsulated in vacuum tubes to denote whether the lights are on or off.
Here is a security keypad and door handle combo that resembles a ColecoVision controller. This would make a great theft deterrent, as thieves are afraid of retro gamers.
The security keypad would be illuminated as well. I could see this emitting video game sound effects when keys are pressed for that added flair.
A sandbox desk is the combination of an ultra-wide top drawer with a glass top, which creates a unique display space. For the above example I went with a train set, but you can throw anything in there you can imagine. Or just be boring and store office stationary.
Personally I would house a table hockey set. I could see others displaying their Warhammer 40K collection, or a RISK board game. What would you place inside?
Initially I was going to make this a Blu-Ray case, but upon remembering how functional the Scare Floor Door System was in the film, I thought it would be better as a Blu-Ray/DVD player.
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