Some folks, when they make something as great looking as this custom Xbox 360 console, they give you the skinny. The rundown, if you will. A list of specs. A retelling of the effort, the hours that went into their craftsmanship.
Along with sporting one of the wackiest titles in gaming history, Freshly-Picked Tingle’s Rosy Rupeeland also has one of the most unusual heroes of all time. It looks like the chubby money-loving man is back for another installment… or will be soon.
Mitsubishi’s L65A90 LaserVue 65-inch Rear Projection HDTV is the world’s first laser-powered television, and the company claims that its laser-lit DLP delivers twice as many colors as the now stupid and old LCD and plasma HDTVs.
And some people think junk is just, well, junk. But to the more visionary among us, that junk could be anything. Anything. Even a Tesla coil, if you’re innovative enough.
This DIY Tesla coil was built entirely from items found in the garbage.
For a long time, Gauntlet DS needed a publisher badly. Eidos was set to bring the classic hack-and-slash game to the Nintendo handheld, but the game faded away with little fanfare. Gauntlet DS has resurfaced, though, with Majesco apparently backing the project.
Zeo Inc.’s Personal Sleep Coach system consists of a headband, an alarm clock/bedside display, and personal coaching sessions. All of these are designed to help their clients sleep better, smug in the knowledge that they’re rich enough to afford a personal sleep coach.
iHome‘s new iConnect USB keyboard makes it easier for iPhone and iPod owners to connect their devices with their computers with its dedicated dock.
That’s the Mac version. As you can see the iConnect also has the requisite multimedia control keys.
The RX-78 Gundam statue is aliiiiiive!
Okay not really but it’s still awesome. It looks like a chunkier Exia. Of course it does. They’re both Gundams. Giant Robot Statue is making me stupid.
And its head moves too!
Etsy seller Nilesz urges us to recycle and to reminisce about the great 80s with his Atari cartridge wallets. They’re made from real games, and Nilesz says that “the only piece of the original game not used in the wallet design is the screw.”
Fans of point-and-click games who don’t mind a little pixel-hunting from time to time might be interested in checking out Morbid, the latest from Pastel Games. Morbid is an aptly-named brief adventure in a starkly-drawn landscape plagued by evil.
Knit and crochet dolls are cute simply by definition, so you really don’t have to go the extra mile to summon a chorus of “awww.” If you do, however–and Alison Oddy sure did–the effect can be dramatic.
Projects Watches are known for selling fashionable, quirky and overall just well-designed watches at prices that people can actually afford. Fortunately, their new IRIDIUM watch is no different – it’s a fun and affordable watch. Designed by Daniel Will-Harris, the idea behind the IRIDIUM watch is simple: Instead of using watch hands to tell the time, IRIDIUM uses colors.
If you thought that buying the new iPhone 3GS was the only way to get voice control on an iPod, you’re wrong. Thanks to this new accessory, you’ll be able to add voice command to other iPod models too.
The guys over at Yanko Design came across this mysterious miniature vehicle called ROCK.
Created by Mexico City industrial designer Alberico J. Camacho, the ROCK dons a tiny Nissan logo, and looks something like an oversize bowling ball on wheels.
DARPA‘s Self-Explanation Learning Framework (SELF) program “seeks to construct systems that can participate in their own construction.” Imagine a robot helping build itself. Who or what runs DARPA these days? Are there still humans in there?