I'm as a much a fan as the next person as the sleek futuristic world of Star Trek, but what I've always loved about Doctor Who is that a lot of the contraptions the eccentric Time Lord invents are made of cobbled together parts and everyday objects (and we're not talking about the wobbly sets of the classic episodes).
In 2010's fifth season episode 'Amy's Choice', Matt Smith's Eleventh Doctor creates the whisk device to generate enough power for the TARDIS scanner.
Plus in another fifth season episode from 2010, 'Vincent and the Doctor', which featured an adventure with the famous troubled painter, Vincent van Gogh, the Doctor created this Monster Viewing Device to be able to see the invisible 'Krafayis' creature.
Plus if you're a fellow Whovian, take a look at all the fantastic costumes and props on display at the Doctor Who Experience.
Personally I can't wait to return to the U.K. for another visit to see what new delights from the 50-year-old show are part of the ever-changing exhibit.