In the past months we’ve seen retro video game consoles based on the Raspberry Pi stuffed in ever shrinking Game Boy (or Game Boy–inspired) cases. So it’s refreshing to see the opposite for once: a huge Game Boy replica with a 19″ screen.
The SwimFin looks like a fun swimming aid for kids. It straps onto your child’s back to provide buoyancy and encouragement. It helps the child feel safe so that they can concentrate on moving their arms and learning their strokes.
If you still can’t get enough Iron Man, between the movies and all of the other merchandise, you’ll be happy to know that Samsung has released the Galaxy S6 Edge Iron Man Limited Edition handset.
It is available exclusively in Iron Man red and gold, which only seems fitting.
Here’s an interesting smartphone case with a hilariously tangential pitch. Isominds claims that their product will protect your phone, but actually Isocase’s main draw is giving you a bigger screen and battery. In other words, the case turns your phone into a tablet.
Architectural models are usually made of wood, paper and foam. But the recently launched Arckit makes building scale models a lot easier and cheaper. Arckit consists of 1:48 plastic modular pieces. It’s a lot like LEGO, but instead of studs it uses pegs and small holes.
Game backup devices and hardware mods let you extract the data from video game cartridges into playable ROMs, but most of them require deep technical knowledge and are each compatible with only a few – if not just one – consoles.
Geeks can be a strange lot. Take this eBay auction. It’s for a plethora of old SNES game cartridges. The vast majority of them are all for one game. I’m not sure why you would want multiple copies of a single game, but whatevs.
I just saw a post on Time.com about a patent Google has filed for a high-tech Teddy Bear. (Hey, it had to happen sooner or later.) So I clicked on the link to read the patent application and what I found was pretty darn freaky.
Unboxing videos would be a lot more fun if gadgets came inside Fine Line Leather Design’s monster boxes. Each box is handmade out of wood and leather – and sometimes fur – as well as a pair of glass eyes and sculpted teeth.
Bo Hacking’s Morphonauts are action figures for budding toy modders. They’re a series of action figures with components that attach to each other via magnets. For instance, you can get parts from these three Morphonauts…
…to make this new one, without using tools and without destroying any of the three.
Hey everyone, get in here and check out these Android live wallpapers based on a couple of animation from Hearthstone‘s golden cards. Redditor daniel_mendel didn’t simply copy the animations from Blizzard’s game. He searched for pictures of the card art and then added the animated bits himself.
The Pixelkabinett 42 is Love Hulten’s latest furniture inspired retro-futuristic computer. It’s a two-player arcade cabinet based on “old industrial cabinets, vintage mixing consoles and early space travel.”
The cabinet itself is made of ash and American walnut.