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Portal

Figma Portal 2 Atlas and P-body Action Figures

Figma Portal 2 Atlas and P-body Action Figures
Good Smile Company and Max Factory take on the lovable heroes of Portal 2‘s cooperative campaign with a pair of detailed Figma action figures. The Atlas action figure is 4.9″ tall and has an articulated eyeball…

Portal Gun Duel: A Messy Fan Film

Portal Gun Duel: A Messy Fan Film
When the first Portal game came out, you couldn’t make too much of a mess – other than cutting holes in walls and floors. Then Portal 2 came along, and introduced its gels, which left a slippery…
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Wheatley: A Song to the Lovable Portal A.I.

Wheatley: A Song to the Lovable Portal A.I.
We all adored Wheatley in Portal 2 and Debs & Errol created this wonderful tribute song to our favorite character and A.I. companion.

Welcome Subject: GlaDOS Works for NASA

Welcome Subject: GlaDOS Works for NASA
NASA is searching for a new A.I. system to help around NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope and they seem to have found the perfect candidate: GLaDOS.

Portal: Survive! A Live-Action Fan Short

Portal: Survive! A Live-Action Fan Short
Check out this fan-made Portal film, where we see the first Aperture Labs announcement of GLaDOS and see her first actions following activation.

Amazing GLaDOS Cosplayer Does Reddit AMA

Amazing GLaDOS Cosplayer Does Reddit AMA
Enayla, the person behind the amazing GLaDOS cosplay seen at PAX Prime 2013 recently did an AMA on Reddit where she answered dozens of questions about her work.

Aperture Science Labs: Portal Board Game

Aperture Science Labs: Portal Board Game
This unique Portal board game includes a game board, a set of rules and Companion Cube dice. It was made by an ex-lead game designer from Zynga, Seth Sivak.

Portal 2 and the Science of Wormholes

Portal 2 and the Science of Wormholes
Physics professors at the University of Nottingham discuss wormholes and their similarity to the portals in Portal 2.
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