Gaming accessory maker Penguin United is developing a peripheral for the PS3 that will allow gamers to use both a keyboard and a mouse with the console. It’s called the Eagle Eye, and as you’ll see in the demo below, it works really well.
The guys working on Rock Band 3 revealed to USA Today that the new game will add new advanced gameplay modes for “pro” players – but the big news is…. drumroll, please… a keyboard!
Yep, and this keyboard won’t just have five color-coded buttons on it.
Android is really hot right now with many of the world largest makers of smartphones and other gadgets looking to the open source OS, and consumers adopting it in droves. I guess this is the reason some weird products are surfacing with Android as their only redeeming quality.
You got to hand it to the people behind these Cthulhu accessories. They make something pretty frightening look pretty cute. While I don’t think that it’s a good idea of making fun of Cthulhu, it’s certainly something cute to give any HP Lovecraft fan.
If you’ve ever played any table top RPGs, you’ve probably heard of the Cthulhu Mythos.
The way things are shaping up these days, it seems robots will soon be everywhere. My guess is that it won’t take long before they just decide to take over and we’ll be living in a Terminator-like world.
Emma Sanders and Anton Radevsky’s Voyage to the Heart of Matter: The Atlas Experiment at CERN is the perfect gift for your little nerd. It’s a pop-up book, containing models of a CERN building, colliding particles and of course the “subatomic smasher”, the feared, the revered, the expensive, the Large Hadron Collider.
Because they wanted to end up with an accurate representation, it took the authors two years to re-create the LHC.
You probably already know that Bryan Lee O’Malley’s popular Scott Pilgrim vs. The World is getting a movie adaptation. It turns out that there will be a Scott Pilgrim video game too, although that seems to be inevitable, given the numerous video game references in the comic.
In what could be one of the coolest mods I’ve seen in a long time, this Japanese modder took an old Macintosh classic and turned it into the best iPad docking station you’ll ever see.
While the concept is simple, it’s the execution that’s just so perfect.
I’m always amazed at what some people can do with LEGO building blocks. This is definitely impressive. It’s a LEGO Mindstorms robot that can walk like a human.
The robot is called Pinocchio and the aim of the project is to kinematically imitate a human walking.
As many of us from a certain generation, I love Star Wars. While I don’t own that many toys from the movies, I do like these the artistry in these Star Wars toys photos by Gareth Payne.
His most iconic shot is of a stormtrooper doing some moonwalking, which he calls Stormwalking.
A company called Ubimark released a version of the Jules Verne classic Around the World in 80 Days. Unlike other printed books, the Ubimark version has QR codes, the square ones that are frequently used as bar codes.