This computer case mod by CodiOdi is a more than impressive way to decorate one's computer. Drawing inspiration from the popular video game BioShock, CodiOdi has created an incredible steampunk-inspired way to play the latest BioShock release.
The design features many intricate details that include piping, buttons and gears that had to be cleverly welded and formed together. The result is absolutely stunning as CodiOdi does not spare a single detail. He even manages to convert the keyboard into a typewriter-like design.
I could not even begin to imagine the amount of meticulous effort and time it took to create this wonderful computer case mod, hopefully we'll be seeing more inventive projects from this creator in the future.
CodyOdi's Computer Case Mod References the Video Game BioShock
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