Here’s something fun for all you retro gamers out there. Classic SEGA mascot Sonic the Hedgehog and his spiny rival Knuckles now have another way to get around instead of just getting into a ball and spinning frantically.
When I was a kid my grandmother had this set of plates that had gold leaf on them. When she got her first microwave, I used to sneak into the kitchen and put one of the plates in the microwave to see the sparks it created.
It’s a well-known fact that the Empire is not too fond of non-humans, Wookies especially. So it’s only appropriate that Darth Vader would enjoy a little Chewbacca Pie on his favorite plate.
Leetlady, a geekette from Norway, recently made this sweet pie and added a touch of geekiness, thanks to the goofy Darth Vader plate.
Carbon fiber is hot. Why? The best bike frames are made out of this material and they are very sturdy as well as extremely light. Plus, it just looks cool – which is why I like the look of this Nexus One phone.
With the release of the first installment StarCraft II, the Terrans, Protoss and Zerg armies will wage war once again – not that they’ve stopped waging wars since the first game – controlled by virtual commanders-in-chief – the fast-clicking, resource managing and trash talking gamer.
Pixelation forum member junkboy has been making video game demake mock-ups for Swedish magazine Level for several years now. He recently shared some of his creations because he didn’t want them to “just gather dust” on his hard drive.
Like many of Apple’s products, the Magic Trackpad is more form than function – it looks great but it’s not very practical. On the other hand, Contour Design’s design philosophy seems to be the opposite of that.
The steampunk “Electromagnetic Geospacial Globe and Remote View with Obligatory Goggles” doesn’t just look cool, I like what creator John Knight is trying to do – making the ol’ globe more useful. RFID tags attached to the surface of the globe allow Knight to control Google Earth on an iPad and provide a more detailed view of a chosen area.
Now that the dust has settled on 2010’s Comic-Con, it’s taking us a little time to digest all things awesome which surfaced at this year’s show. One of the greatest achievements of the show in my opinion is these most excellent Mass Effect 2 costumes by FyrielArt (aka Crabcat Industries).