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Category: Interactive

Nikon S1100pj Digital Camera Adds Built-in Projector

Nikon S1100pj Digital Camera Adds Built-in Projector
Everyone has a digital camera today, and most of us use them way more than we ever used film cameras. Mostly, that is because we can store thousands and thousands of images on our computers and…

The Tablecloth Hour: Weird Japanese Game Du Jour

The Tablecloth Hour: Weird Japanese Game Du Jour
Taito, the creators of the original Space Invaders have been testing a new arcade game that involves yanking a tablecloth off a virtual table without knocking over all the stuff on the table. Weird, huh? Would…
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Epic Call of Duty Black Ops Prestige Edition Includes Working Surveillance Car

Epic Call of Duty Black Ops Prestige Edition Includes Working Surveillance Car
I have to be honest with you; I usually look at the people who buy the expensive collector’s edition video games with some amusement. I mean these people pay a lot more for the collector’s edition…

The Cover Came First: Games Based on Famicase Art

The Cover Came First: Games Based on Famicase Art
While a lot of games probably started out with just a sketch of a landscape or of the main character, I doubt there’s many games out there where its cover art inspired the actual game. But…

Microsoft Adaptive Keyboard Concept Places Images on Your Keyboard

Microsoft Adaptive Keyboard Concept Places Images on Your Keyboard
Similar to the design of Art Lebedev’s Optimus Popularis keyboard, Microsoft Applied Science’s prototype input device features a completely customizeable digital keycaps and a full-color touchscreen at the top. The adaptive keyboard can automatically adjust images…

Flavor-Changing Meta Cookie: Willy Wonka Gets Real

Flavor-Changing Meta Cookie: Willy Wonka Gets Real
Stealing a page right out of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, this strange looking headgear turns a single cookie into one of seven different flavors. Scientist Tajuki Narumi and a team from the University of Tokyo…

Diablo Tetris Brings Back Nightmares

Diablo Tetris Brings Back Nightmares
In the world of Sanctuary, after every battle, whether it be against lowly Fallen or the Lord of Terror himself, you will find that warriors will pause, they will just stand there in the middle of…

Make Like Edison and Build Your Own Lightbulb

Make Like Edison and Build Your Own Lightbulb
Priced at $59.95 (USD), this could be the most expensive lightbulb you’ll ever buy. But at least you’ll experience the thrill that Thomas Edison must have had when he creating his first working bulb. This science…

Dustforce!: Leap and Sweep Platforming

Dustforce!: Leap and Sweep Platforming
Watch out Mario, you’re not the only blue-collar platformer who’s also in the saving the world business. Currently in development by the Hitbox Team, Dustforce! stars a high-jumping, energetic sweeper. He hates dust and dirt so…

Level Up! Guild Wars 2 Pwns Other Mmorpgs With a Graph

Level Up! Guild Wars 2 Pwns Other Mmorpgs With a Graph
Grinding. It’s one of the ugliest aspects of MMORPGs, or RPGs in general. I remember reading an article about Ultima Online many many years ago, where the situation got so bad that one of the dungeons…

Kinect Four Features Extreme Realism, Actual Dog-Petting

Kinect Four Features Extreme Realism, Actual Dog-Petting
Microsoft’s Kinect is a highly advanced controller, capable of detecting and tracking the whole human body (as long as players are not sitting and/or Asian models in swimsuits). But if you think that’s impressive, wait ’til…

Steampunk Globe and Newfangled iPad Control Google Earth

Steampunk Globe and Newfangled iPad Control Google Earth
The steampunk “Electromagnetic Geospacial Globe and Remote View with Obligatory Goggles” doesn’t just look cool, I like what creator John Knight is trying to do – making the ol’ globe more useful. RFID tags attached to…

Hitachi Gesture-Based Interface: Why Do We Hate Buttons So Much?

Hitachi Gesture-Based Interface: Why Do We Hate Buttons So Much?
Seriously, will the future be button-less? What’s up with this surge of motion- and gesture-based UIs? Aside from Microsoft and Sony working on motion-based gaming controllers, Hitachi is also currently working on a Minority Report-ish interface.…

Aircord 3d Display Trades Glasses for Optical Illusion

Aircord 3d Display Trades Glasses for Optical Illusion
Similar to the HoloAD trapezoidal display that we saw at CES, Aircord Labs’ N-3D uses a specially-coated transparent glass pyramid to give the viewer the illusion of a 3D display. An iPad placed on top of…

Youtube Easter Egg Lets You Play Snake on the Video Screen

Youtube Easter Egg Lets You Play Snake on the Video Screen
…not Metal Gear Snake, but the plain old cellphone game Snake. Amazingly enough, all you have to do is tap or hold the Left arrow key on your keyboard, and a snake will appear, along with…

Mattel Loopz: if Simon Married Merlin and Had a Kid

Mattel Loopz: if Simon Married Merlin and Had a Kid
Music pattern-matching games like Guitar Hero owe a lot to the early electronic games of the 1970s like Simon and Merlin. Now Mattel is back with a brand new music game which feels like a modern…
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