Gadget lover's dream – This dual-laser Iron Man glove is the latest project by German gadget enthusiast Patrick Priebe. He's been making gadgets from movies and video games since 2010.
Inspired by new Avengers film. – Priebe has reproduced the glove worn by Iron Man as portrayed by Robert Downey Jr. in the Marvel studios "Avengers: Age of Ultron" movie, released earlier this year.
More firing capabilities – This is the first time he's produced a glove that has two lasers and this glove also features a quick release mechanism that fires a metal shell. It comes complete with sound effects and the blue laser can pop balloons and burn holes in wood.
Iron man gauntlet – This gauntlet arm fires real rockets. Rest assured though, this item was not for sale. The prop featured a palm laser, also capable of pooping balloons.
X-men Laser vision – Priebe told his fans on YouTube that this was his craziest invention. To keep hands free, the Cyclops-style laser beams are operated by raising the right eye-brow.
A full armoury – This is just one of many laser guns Priebe has made and some of the less powerful examples are also for sale. Guns and other props can be custom-made to order.
Cuts through glass – This seven watt infra-red laser powered by battery pack cuts through glass and Styrofoam. It has a water cooling system and a LCD screen keeping a check on the temperature so it doesn't explode.
Crysis 2-inspired rifle – The K-Volt weapon used in the popular shoot-em-up game Crysis 2, was the inspiration for this Gauss rifle. It fires a projectile through a series of coils powered by an electro-magnetic pulse. According to Priebe, projectiles fire at 100 meters per second.
Jinx's gun – League of Legends developer Riot Games ordered this replica of the gun used by Jinx in the popular online multiplayer. Priebe had to work hard to convince them it was hand at home.
Jinx replica – The 4000-watt gun not only fires balloon-popping lasers but also features lightning sparks firing in a glass casing on the top of the gun.
Guardians of the Galaxy – The dual-laser gun was borne from the 2014 release of Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy -- The Universal Weapon".