NASA Engineer Makes Double iPad 2 Halloween Portal Costume

Monday, October 31, 2011
By OP Editor

How to make a Portal gaping hole costume using two iPad 2s. Aperture Science not involved.

Double iPad 2 Halloween Costume

Video: iPad 2 Gaping Hole Halloween Costume

Gizmodo notes that this high tech iPad costume is created by a NASA scientist:

[Mark Rober] is a Mechanical Engineer for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He was part of a large team that just finished working on designing the next Mars Rover (called Mars Science Laboratory) that will launch around Thanksgiving.

Video describes how the Portal costume works:

Basically you start a FaceTime chat between the iPads and then tape one to your front and one to your back. Add a little red paint and you’re good to go. It’s supposed to look like you have a gaping hole in your torso.

You need Wifi or mobile Wi-Fi. Just hope that Siri and GLaDOS won’t mix.


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One Response to “NASA Engineer Makes Double iPad 2 Halloween Portal Costume”

  1. double iphone helix portal bikini!


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