Okay, so maybe it's actually LEDs and mirrors. This is the homemade Portal "loop" created by Florian Aich using two mirrors backed with colored LEDs and mounted across from each other on opposite walls. He even uses a portal gun to "shoot" the lights on. Man, I remember growing up I had a shower that had full-length mirrors on the front and back walls and sometimes I would stand there and try to count how many versions of myself I could see. I forget how many I got up to, but by the third one my peenor was too small to see, I remember that.
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Thanks to Brisket, who once Portal'd his way into a sports bar after hours to cook his own hot wings.
Ben Heck, modder extraordinaire, went and created a Portal t-shirt. I assume for Halloween, but possibly just for fun. It's almost identical to this guy's "hole through the chest" shirt, except that one doesn't have a Portal theme, making it forgettable at best. What was I j... / Continue →
This is a video of one of Geekologie Reader Liz's coworkers at the LEGO Store in Minneapolis showing off his homemade LEGO Portal Gun. The gun took about a year to plan, three weeks to build, and is just under 2,000 pieces. It has a LEGO Mindstorm controller stuffed inside, s... / Continue →
This is a shot of a portal jump in progress created by photographer/light-painting enthusiast Jeremy Jackson with a single exposure. Now I know what you're thinking, "Suuuuuuure he did, maybe with a single exposure from a MAGIC CAMERA." Hey, I thought the same thing.
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