This mechanical marvel is not just one of the coolest looking analog watches I’ve seen in a long time, it manages to incorporate something that you don’t often find on a high-end watch – pirates! Arrrrrh!
If you find that you’ve been playing your Xbox 360 too much and you’re putting on the pounds, well look no further because this is the perfect solution for you: hooking up an exercise bike to your gaming console!
This is the perfect webcam for any Trekkie out there. It’s made to look like the original Starship Enterprise.
It’s also great for doing video chats or sharing video with your fellow Trekkers around the galaxy.
Although Polaroid already has the PoGo – a digital camera that can also print pictures instantly – the upcoming PIC 1000 is the more faithful successor to their classic instant cameras. Not only does the PIC 1000 have the famous Polaroid body, the pictures it prints also features the classic white borders, thanks to the revival of good old Polaroid Color 600 instant film.
21-year old YouTube user smartkid82504 made this awesome stop motion film as his final project in his “Art and Alternative Media” class. Here’s what we might get if we mashed two Mario games together:
Before you get overly excited, let me tell you now that barely anything happens in this very short film.
I now suspect that a real-life Dr. Wily exists, and that he resides in Turkey: veterinarian Erhan Elibol performed a cesarean operation on a pregnant sheep. The lamb was stillborn, but perhaps it was all for the best, because the lamb had a human-like face.
Graffiti artists of the future might not need to run their own late-night missions to tag their target locations thanks to this new technology. GML (Graffiti Markup Language) provides a method to store and describe graffiti as digital information which can then be played back and reproduced later.
Do you have a childhood friend who you always used to play Nintendo games with? Then you might want to get a pair of these ridiculously cute Mario and Luigi “best friends” rings.
Each pair is lovingly hand-sculpted from polymer clay by Patricia of Charlie Carter Creations.
After Europe got the PlayTV for their PS3s, Japan is getting the Torne, a TV tuner and DVR combo for the PS3 that unfortunately won’t be available in the US any time soon.
The Torne connects to your PS3 via a USB cable.
These outrageous Space Invaders tights are great for gamer girls who don’t mind wearing skin-tight clothing covered with retro pixel game art.
These tights from Australia’s Black Milk Clothing come bedecked with lots of little Space Invaders, perfect for anyone with a penchant for retro games, namely us geeks and our geeky girlfriends.
It is widely believed (by the writer of the Wikipedia article on cross-stitch) that cross-stitch was traditionally used merely to embellish household cloths like tablecloths or dishcloths. Cloths cloths cloths. What a weird word. Anyway the structure of the aida cloth used in cross-stitching made it easy to form floral and geometric patterns, but eventually people began making all sorts of images using the style, and not just for adding a bit of life to ordinary linen but also to make decorations meant to be displayed and appreciated on its own.
Die-hard Final Fantasy VII fans may be clamoring for a current gen version of the classic RPG, but apparently in China, people are buying the remaining units of NESes in the world, and so de-makes are all the rage.
Ah, can you believe it’s been 30 years since Pac-Man came out? What better way to celebrate the little yellow dot-gobbler’s big birthday than with a delicious artificially-colored yellow treat?
Yep, that’s right. For limited time only, Circle K stores in Japan have started to sell these Pac-Man shaped buns.
Do you like to eat in your cubicle, leaving crumbs all over the place? Here’s a fun way to keep things neat and tidy the next time you make a mess on your desk. This miniature Zamboni machine is actually a handheld vacuum cleaner.
Great, just what I needed – another reason to be jealous of the 1UP crew. It’s bad enough I don’t work for them, and that I don’t live in San Francisco. Now they’re being visited by something better than the tooth fairy, Easter bunny, and Santa Claus combined – the Final Fantasy XIII party bus?