When I first read about this, I thought to myself that it’s just a plain, black acrylic cube, but then I read on and found out what this thing exactly does.
A Tool to Deceive and Slaughter is actually a piece of conceptual art by Caleb Larsen.
Take this with you to the beach and you’ll certainly be the center of attention, mostly because a lot of people won’t know what the heck this huge polygon with numbers is.
No one’s stopping you from actually using it to play D&D, just make sure your friends are okay with it.
Made by Kydos Studio, Soul is an Xbox Live Indie game with a simple premise: guide a dead man’s soul to heaven. Actually it’s not that simple, not with things like this blocking your way:
Yeah, that helpless-looking blue thing is the soul.
Let the outrage begin. The ninjas of Ubisoft have revealed their latest arsenal against PC pirates: the ancient art practiced by Steam. As with Valve’s popular platform, Ubisoft games will soon require users to authenticate their copy by connecting to their user accounts online.
Apple today took the wraps off of their much-hyped iPad tablet computing device. As predicted, the iPad works sort of like exactly like an iPhone on steroids, and is focused on media consumption, entertainment and educational usage.
BigTrak was this cool six-wheeled toy that had built-in memory which allowed you to program a few different moves. Now, the BigTrak will be coming back later this year as the new and improved BigTrak Jr.
The original’s various moves were very limited, but you could play them back.
Looking for a new watch? I know I am and this Diesel watch looks pretty good. It’s unique in that it can display four different times on its face.
This Diesel watch is naturally called the Time Zone and it has both analog and digital displays to feed your fancy, no matter what the time.
It has a sleek leather strap and definitely looks good, although I have to say that I’ll probably get myself a GPS watch instead.
Softpedia‘s Filip Truta stumbled upon a gold mine of Apple Tablet info, the gold mine being Jason Calacanis’ Twitter posts about the overhyped gadget. Calacanis – co-founder of Weblogs, a network of blogs that includes the famous tech blog engadget – admitted to the world that he is one of the beta testers of the Apple Tablet; he says his unit was given to him 10 days ago.
So with Apple’s impending release announcement of the iPad/iSlate/iTablet – whatever it’s called, I thought I’d take a gamble on what I think are the highest likelihood features, specs and pricing we’ll see from Apple later today.
While much of what I’ll lay out here is speculation on my part, it’s all grounded in various reports, leaks and industry insiders that I’ve been gathering over the last few weeks and months.
Dhiram over at Newlaunches spotted this Intel video showing the company’s vision of a modern-day casino, one that can be managed remotely, has electronic card tables, Core2Duo-powered slot machines and even handheld gambling devices.
It’s all fancy tech, but I don’t think the current gambling generation will be so impressed or welcoming of the improvements on their end.
Horror news website Bloody Disgusting “received word that Warner Bros. Pictures has been looking to redo Mortal Kombat“. I was a die-hard fan of the first game, simply because it was so ridiculous. I didn’t like the movie though, as young and devoid of standards as I was back then.
When I first watched Keiichi Matsuda’s Augmented (hyper)Reality video, I wasn’t sure if I should be awed or frightened by his vision of the world that lies in front of us.
Matsuda’s stunning video clip was created as part of his Masters’ program at the Bartlett School of Architecture, and envisions a future in which augmented reality has embedded itself into our everyday lives, transforming the way we interact with our living and working spaces.
Although this mug has got its barcode all around, for some reason it’s called the BEEP Mug. It was created by the British designer Colin O’Dowd and the mug does more than just look cool, it eliminates the need for any excessive packaging, since its own UPC barcode is integrated into the design of the mug.
It’s a great idea, though it defeats the purpose if you’re shipping one of these mugs.
In an age where we expected robots to be all around us, it seems that even the elderly will be getting their own special robot.
This odd-little robot named Sil-bot is the brainchild of KIST’s Center for Intelligent Robotics.
Quick! Get yourself a Great Touchspectations shirt before Apple confiscates them! It has all of the Apple Tablet’s features, lifted directly from Steve Jobs’ mind by a psychic with a Mental Amplifier Helmet!
It’s a shame that I only saw this shirt today, a few hours before the actual tablet will be revealed (or not).