As much as I love music, I have to admit that jukeboxes have never really been my thing. Its not that I don’t enjoy forcing others to listen to the music I like, its just that the jukeboxes I come across never have the music I like. Around here, the jukeboxes tend to be full of country, some classic rock and some pop. While I enjoy some of that music, I am mainly a symphonic metal fan and of course they NEVER have any of that kind of music. However, I still like how cool jukeboxes look and when it comes to cool looking Jukeboxes, this one takes the cake.
Whovian David Prouty created this fantastic TARDIS jukebox when his daughter requested he build something for the big Doctor Who 50th anniversary. This TARDIS jukebox was made out of recycled UHAUL, FedEx and pizza boxes! However, I think the most special part of this 1/3 scale TARDIS jukebox is what it can do. It is filled with a bluetooth speaker, disco lights, sound actived LEDs and even a smoke machine! It is controlled with a wireless remote and can get its music from an iPod or iPhone.
I wish I had the skills to build stuff like this guy! Below is a video and a bunch of pictures of the build process.
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[via Nerd Approved]