Retro console mod shop Rose Colored Gaming is going to release two special Game Boy Advance variants this month. The shop’s Super Family Entertainment series features the original Game Boy Advance with an SNES and a Super Famicom paint job.
Stressful times call for desperate relaxation measures. Some people play video games, while others take a time out from doing whatever to have a cup of tea and think things through. The latter group is who tea maker BOH is targeting with their newest ad campaign.
You’ll find these miniature ties hard to resist, even if you’re not a fan of dressing your feline in pet clothes. Your cat probably won’t appreciate you snapping on the tie in the first place, but if it wears as a collar, so you shouldn’t have much difficulty putting it on even though kitty may try to resist.
The original PlayStation and its controllers were released before Sony fell in love with white and black hardware. I don’t know why it came in what I like to call obsolete gray, but it did, and that’s the color that reminds many gamers of countless hours spent on gaming Sony’s console.
Some things are awesome together. Peanut butter and chocolate, cookies and milk, Picard and Riker, just to name a few. You know what else is awesome? Slamming the 1960s Batmobile together with a modern Tumbler. I am now in love with a car that I never knew existed before today.
A few weeks ago we saw how you can use a Game Boy Pocket’s case and buttons to make a Raspberry Pi handheld console. If you don’t have a Game Boy Pocket but have access to a 3D printer, Adafruit has a viable alternative called PiGRRL.
With the advent of digital media, it’s easy to notice that some of the files that you end up playing on your computer or mobile devices lack some quality. That’s where Voxtok comes in, with its new service and device.
We’re already working on autonomous cars, so why not have autonomous parking systems? Düsseldorf Airport recently opened a premium parking service that employs robot valets called Ray. Made by Serva Transport Systems, Ray is equipped with forklifts to transport vehicles in and out of the airport’s parking area.
Mark Kerger is a walking video game, thanks to his fancy shirt. He built this cool Tetris shirt using an Arduino controller, 128 LEDs, and 4 AA batteries. Look at him now. He’s a walking arcade cabinet.
Last year Leo Marius blew minds when he shared OpenReflex, an open source and affordable 3D printed SLR camera. Leo is now raising funds to help him improve his design, and in return you can get a ready to assemble OpenReflex kit.
If you are looking for some new rims for your real life Mario Kart, look what artist Ashley Hay has done with her recycled art project. She has created some sweet rims that are just begging to roll down Rainbow Road.
There’s a good reason for biometric security, since it ensures that most of your information on your devices or computer doesn’t get stolen or swiped too easily. Using your eyes as your password is the stuff of science fiction and spy movies, which is why this watch is so cool.