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She may not look like much, but she’ll cut up your vegetables when it counts. The Millennium Falcon cutting board will provide a surface to cut your vegetables with or without a Wookiee co-pilot standing beside you with a knife of his own.
Patrick McCabe has what might be the world’s only single-player Connect Four set, thanks to a robot that he made for his Microcomputer Project Laboratory course at MIT. The robot is slow and noisy, but it makes up for its crude machinery with its sharp brain.
A group of scientists unearthed a massive bird fossil in South Carolina 30 years ago, and it has taken them until now to identify the fossil. The researchers have now identified the fossilized remains as the largest flying bird ever discovered.
Microsoft has announced that it is taking pre-orders for developers who want to get their hands on the second-generation Kinect for Windows device. The software giant plans to start shipping the new device next week. Reports from developers working with the new device say that it is improved compared to the original.
French artist Gauvain Manhattan bought six old paintings from flea markets and then painstakingly wove replicas of each painting. He didn’t replicate them perfectly though. Instead he turned the real world subjects into virtual ones by adding characters and other elements from video games.
Life is a series of ups and downs. Sometimes, it feels like everything has fallen into place. Other times, it might seem like everything is falling apart. For those latter moments, just remember to keep calm and carry on, and light one of these candles by the Flicking Candle Company while you’re at it.
Prepare to get your teeth clean Star Wars style. This Star Wars light-up toothbrush looks awesome and does the job. Kids will love that it glows like a lightsaber. Parents will love that their kids actually want to brush.
This Frozen Beer Slushie Maker is going to put a whole new spin on the term brain freeze.These machines were a big hit in Japan when they opened special beer gardens serving these drinks in Tokyo in 2012.
Like first-person shooters, shoot ’em ups almost always require fast reflexes and memorizing the location and timing of enemies. So when I read that Mighty Tactical Shooter is a turn-based shmup, I was immediately intrigued. The closest I had come to experiencing this extreme mash up was with an F1 board game, and I didn’t have a good experience with it.
Earphones are available in all sorts of shapes, colors, and sizes. Sometimes you find one that fits perfectly, and all is well in the world. Other times, you end up with a pair that’s a pain to use because they keep falling off because they’re either too loose or too tight.
The late Don Ivan Punchatz’s cover art for Doom is as memorable as the game itself. Gaming Heads immortalized the illustration with this badass resin diorama. It’s called Doom: Knee Deep in the Dead, and it comes in two variants.
Way back in 2012, we talked about some unique pencils that write as you expect, but have a unique feature. Once these pencils are too short to write with, you can stick them in a pot of dirt, eraser end first, and they will grow plants.
Growing up in the ’80s it seemed like every year there were hoards of playsets that would launch based on some of the cool movies of the day. I have many fond memories of my Star Wars Ewok tree house playset.
A couple of years ago we spotted the Exo Suit, a concept submitted to LEGO Cuusoo (now called LEGO Ideas) by Peter Reid. It appears the powers that be loved Peter’s concept as much as we did, because LEGO recently announced that the Exo Suit is now an official LEGO product.