Dads of the World Put to Shame by a Man Who Built a Custom Spaceship Playroom for His Kids

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DIY Dad Jeff Highsmith isn’t fooling around when he builds his kids a playset. Not only did he go to the trouble of constructing a panel of working switches and lights in the spaceship he created for his children, but it all actually works, runs short simulations, and has remote-control robot arms. Anyone happen to know if he’s looking to adopt a 30-year-old?

We were already impressed by Highsmith’s mission control desk, but paired with the spaceship, it’s unparalleled parenting technology.

(via Polygon)

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