I am a big fan of Star Trek, and while I have never been a fan of the original show, I was very fond of all the movies with the original cast from the ’80s. I was however a huge fan of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
We’ve seen tiny arcade cabinets as well as a life-sized and fully functional LEGO arcade machine. But while msx80‘s idea isn’t new, he makes up for it by packing a lot of details in a small package.
Not only does this cabinet have a cute joystick and two tiny buttons, it also has coin slots, a coin collector tray and a “circuit board.”
James Blaha has amblyopia or lazy eye, a condition wherein the nerves that connect one of the eyes to the brain do not develop. As a side effect, James could see only out of his “good eye,” losing depth perception in the process.
Salacious B. Crumb is basically Jabba the Hutt’s crazy court jester. You either love him or hate him, but either way, his laugh will hurt your ears. Now you can be like Jabba and take Salacious Crumb with you wherever you go thanks to this Salacious Crumb purse.
If you aren’t the best about backing up your smartphone data, that lack of backups may come back to haunt you if you lose or break your device. I can’t even call my own wife without my smartphone because I no longer know any numbers by heart.
Fancy yourself a superhero? Well if you don’t have time to put together an entire spandex suit, you can always just go with these lightning bolts on your legs. They’re guaranteed to make you pedal faster.
Here’s a slick hack for makers. Instructables user TSJWang made a small radio transmitter that fits inside a Zippo case. He went to great lengths to ensure that his device still looks exactly like a lighter.
Batman sightings on the Internet are a dime a dozen, but in the real world, you don’t see Batman very often – even if you go to Gotham City. Wouldn’t it be cool if you looked out the car window while you’re driving down the highway and saw The Dark Knight?
Kairosoft’s strategy sim Game Dev Story is one of my favorite iOS games. But if you really want to make a video game on the go, check out the iOS app RPG Creator. That is, if you can read Japanese.
Like the popular RPG Maker, RPG Creator seems geared for making two-dimensional RPGs.