Entered in BBC America's "Where's the TARDIS?" Contest
My boyfriend Sketch is a huge Doctor Who fan, and in 2009 he built a full-scale replica of the Tenth Doctor's TARDIS. The break-apart 15 piece design can fit into a minivan or small rental trailer and takes about 20 minutes to assemble with as few as two people. It's wheels make it easy to push along hotels or convention halls and a trap door in the base allows it to be moved by people standing inside. LED lights illuminate the lantern and police signs, and the lantern blinks in time to TARDIS sounds emitted by a soundboard and speakers. The TARDIS' electronics are powered by an onboard 12 volt lawnmower battery. The TARDIS took two months to construct and premiered at Anime Boston 2009, and has since made appearances several other events. Currently it is an entry in BBC America's "Where's the TARDIS?" Contest, where contestants showcase their TARDIS' design, construction, finished product, and display it in a public location. I made this video as part of his contest entry. Please vote for us by clicking "like" on our entry page HERE!