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Archive for June 2010

TRON-Themed NES Offers Glowy Goodness

TRON-Themed NES Offers Glowy Goodness
On the surface, this TRON-inspired NES mod doesn’t look like much. But when the lights go down, it’s like a Jeff Bridges and Bruce Boxleitner invited your console to a party. Once fully charged with black light, Thretris‘ modded NES really comes to life, glowing with a brightness that could only be bested if it were electroluminescent.

Hp Zr30w Screen Displays Over 1 Billion Colors, and No, You Can’T See Them All

Hp Zr30w Screen Displays Over 1 Billion Colors, and No, You Can’T See Them All
With ever-increasing pixel resolution, contrast ratios and refresh rates all reaching the point of diminishing returns in terms of improving image quality on video monitors, it was only a matter of time until someone decided to go after the number of colors stat so they could sound just that much better than the competition.
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Cat Hates Nintendo

Cat Hates Nintendo
We don’t know what’s gotten into this black and white demon cat, but every time this guy tries to play with his NES controller, kitty goes ballistic.

Synaptics Smartsense Tech Saves Trackpad Frustration

Synaptics Smartsense Tech Saves Trackpad Frustration
Considering the fact that I type like a million hours each day, you might think I know how to type like a normal person. You would be wrong. I skipped typing class in high school because all the cheerleaders were taking cooking class.

Butler Bot and Robofridge: the Perfect Future Companions

Butler Bot and Robofridge: the Perfect Future Companions
When robots will be able to do stuff for you in your home, it will either be the end of the world or the beginning of a new revolution. Steve Norris from Norris Labs in Boston, MA, came up with this as his latest project: it’s called the BDS, which stands for the Beverage Delivery System.

Earthworm Jim HD Brings Groovy Back to Xbox 360 and PS3

Earthworm Jim HD Brings Groovy Back to Xbox 360 and PS3
One of the wackiest platformers ever made, Earthworm Jim is back, and after gracing Wii gamers with his presence, he’s coming to both the Xbox Live Arcade and the PlayStation Network with and updated version. As I’m sure some of you will remember, Earthworm Jim first came out in 1994. 

Turn Yourself Into James Cameron’S Avatar

Turn Yourself Into James Cameron’S Avatar
While the technology to make your own genetic or robotic Avatar isn’t yet available, you can turn yourself into the image of an Avatar by using a handy new website from the guys at McDonald’s. Impress all of your friends with your own custom-made Avatar!

Scariest Cosplayer on Earth

Scariest Cosplayer on Earth
HO.LY.CRAP. Somebody really likes Akuma.

Own Your Own Batpod for Just $20

Own Your Own Batpod for Just $20
I’m sure some of you have seen the full-sized, functioning Batpod replics that’s for sale on eBay. Awesome right? It’s just that us ordinary folks don’t exactly have a $100,000 (USD) to spare for the thing.

Black Fox Stealth System for Combat Vehicles: Invisible Tanks? Are You Kidding Me?

Black Fox Stealth System for Combat Vehicles: Invisible Tanks? Are You Kidding Me?
A company called Eltics has developed a stealth suite that can cloak “military vehicles, combat helicopters and even entire naval surface ships,” rendering them “invisible to thermal imaging surveillance sensors, targeting systems or missile seeker-employing thermal sensors.” The system, dubbed Black Fox, is relatively economical and practical as well, as it consists of computers, a camera and plates that are attached to the surface of the vehicle to be covered, meaning little to no modification needs to be done on the vehicle.
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