Motionsensing Aperture Science sentry turret created from ingame files

first_imgHello? Could you come over here? No seriously, you have to see this amazing Portal 2 turret replica.It stands 16 inches tall and was created using the in-game 3D files, so it’s as accurate as you can get. The turret comes stood on a base and even has a motion sensor which lights up the eye when you wave your hand in front of it. Unfortunately (fortunately?) it doesn’t have a laser.It also costs extra to have sound. The turret will set you back $299.99 and that’s without sound. If you want the full audio effects it’ll run you $324.99. Gaming Heads, the creators of the turret, don’t list exactly what the sentry robot says but mentions the sound module plays in-game turret activiation, search, auto search, disabled, and tipped over sounds as well as other voice samples.The statue comes inside a full-color box packed with foam to keep your turret safe from harm. It’s cast in high quality poly-stone and is hand-finished and hand-painted. There’s no doubt you get what you pay for.The turrets are just the first in a new Portal 2 line the site is working on. They’ve already immortalized every character from Team Fortress 2 into statues as well as a head-crab from Half Life. Gaming Heads are obviously big fans of Valve.If you can’t afford $300 at once, there’s a 3-month payment plan available. Personally I think it’s worth paying a little bit more for the sound-activated version, but you’ll have to decide for yourself.Unfortunately, the initial run of 350 pieces has sold out so any orders placed moving forward will be put on a waitlist.via Gaming Headslast_img

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