Microsoft’s Kinect proves that some gaming peripherals aren’t just for gaming.
Since the launch of Microsoft’s Kinect, people have been hacking it to do all sorts of interesting things. However, I have to say that attaching it to a flying robot has to be one of the coolest I’ve seen.
I only have a semi-smartphone, so every time I see Google Maps being used on a smartphone I feel like I’m looking at the future. You literally have a map of the world in your pocket, and you can even discover new landmarks with zero effort.
After being around for 25 years, it’s no surprise that a lot of things come to mind when a gamer thinks of Mario. Josh Mirman brilliantly captures the hero’s rich history with his drawing, “A Very Wordy Hero”:
What’s Luigi got to do to be remembered?!
The teaser clip/trailer of Daft Punk’s Derezzed was cool, but it wasn’t an official video clip. The official clip was released today on MTV and it features a cool mashup of the original TRON and the upcoming TRON: Legacy.
I occasionally take my gadgets with me on the road, and the only thing I need to keep them safe is a snarl at anyone that eyes my gear and the fact that I never leave the stuff sitting without me near it.
I admit that the first few seasons of 24, I was really into the show. I watched every episode and really liked it. Once season three rolled around, I lost interest and hardly watched any other episodes of the series.
Geeky projects are often over-complicated and messy, especially electronic ones, but Digital-DIY member AndyO managed to make an elegant but still quite geeky clock, taking inspiration from analog VU meters.
You know what really sucks? Holding stuff.
Sure, most of us have two hands and opposable thumbs, but do we really need to use them for holding stuff all the time? Lets say you have an iPad, and you want to use it.
The Hughes (Hugheses?) have done it again. Famous for turning gadgets into jewelery-laden objects of pure sin, their latest creation is even more exotic and will surely have millionaires queue up for an order. Designed by Stuart Hughes and crafted by his wife Katrina, the iPhone 4 History Edition is filled with platinum and diamonds, but the main attraction here is found in the rear cover, which is made of meteoric stone and a 65-million year old T-Rex tooth.
Remember that R2-D2 swimsuit? Well just in time for it to be negative 10 degrees outside here in the Midwest, the guys at Australia’s BlackMilk are back with another sexy Star Wars number. This time, they’ve added C-3PO to the swimsuit collection.