Submitted by Justin Tortorice
I am Robot, strike a pose.
Submitted by Michelle Rinck
Costume I made and wore as the character Max Rebo from Star Wars. My previous employer hosted a Halloween party for the children of employees last year. Our theme of course was Star Wars, the kids had a blast and so did the adults!
Submitted by Terry Jarred
Not computer related but I think this is pretty darn geeky
Submitted by Anonymous
For Halloween 2007, I made an awesome Daft Punk helmet (they're one of the biggest Electronica bands out there). It's a baseball helmet with a cardboard frame covered in Bondo. This thing never fails to get people's attention. Totally tight.
Submitted by Paige Bagwell
Rorschach from Watchmen
Submitted by Jason Kent
Nerd Herd hard At work at Coalinga State Hospital. From Left: Jason Kent, Steve Sinclair, Chad Wagner
Submitted by Patricia Corron
I dressed up as Flava Flav for work and ding dang Helen A.S. Popkin twisted my arm and made me post this. I have a much better one coming up but that is saved for Halloween!1!one!
Submitted by IVonne Sykes
Submitted by Chris Casey
Geeky I.T. Staff teamed up to dress as Lord of the Rings characters. All made from scratch. From left to right (character names): Witch King, Aragorn, Haldir
Submitted by Jason Grotelueschen
That's me, dressed as a computer, circa mid-80s. Complete with Saran Wrap screen, hand-drawn keyboard and dual 5.25” floppy drives, and “joystick” (right arm in a dress sock stuck through a black box). Because nothing impresses female elementary-school classmates like BASIC programming skills, am I right?
Submitted by John Savio
TAMPA, FLA., Reko Rivera (Left) John Savio (Right) -- World's first "working" iPhone costume created by Reko Rivera and John Savio. Specifications are 42" Display, 1.5 Hours of Battery Life, 85 lb and the "real" iPhone can charge connected to the USB on the display. The two costumes have 3 batteries each with a total runtime of 4.5 hours before needing to be charged overnight. Please email us if you need any more information about the costume. BACKSTORY -- This all started two years ago Reko Rivera and Bobby Hartman created a wearable large iPhone costume with a real 37" lcd tv. An iPod was a
Submitted by Aaron Rhyner
Wearing the iron man costume with drink in hand.

Submitted by Anne Rhodes
I am a teacher at a high school. It was Homecoming week. This particular day was Celebrity day. It was the only thing I could think of even though it is not really a "celebrity." The best part I enjoyed was my students trying to figure what "sci-fi" character I was!
Submitted by Jane Bridges
I put this together with a lot of recycled parts!
Submitted by Patrick Ford
This is me at Star Wars Weekends at Disney's Hollywood Studios, as part of the 501st parade.
Submitted by Kevin Gossett
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