The Steampunk Sub-Machine Gun Annihilates in the Looks Department
The Steampunk Sub-Machine Gun is made by Neil Morrison using, as Randomization reports, "a telescope, candlestick holders, brass light fittings, valves, a vintage blowtorch and a few other things." I wouldn't be surprised to see this thing lying around in Nikola Tesla's house as it looks like some sort of ominous death ray.
Implications - In an attempt to cope with the ever-changing technological front, consumers are turning to steampunk to provide them with gadgets that are oddly familiar while satiating their need to be cutting-edge. Corporations looking to introduce new technologies to consumers will enjoy a better reception if they incorporate familiar design elements.