Still playing or messing with the good old Amiga 1200? Then check out Philippe Lang’s Kickstarter. Philippe and his crew at A1200 are working on new cases for Commodore’s classic computer. Not only do they dress up the 1200’s old bones in new colors, the cases will also have slots for add-ons and expansions.
If Hector from Saturn 3 mounted the Atlas robot and had a baby, I think Diego-San is exactly what their love child would look like. It’s intensely creepy with its chubby-cheeked smiling face and mechanical body.
King of geeky jewelry Han Cholo recently shared these swanky officially-licensed Star Wars lightsaber earrings. They’re made of 14k gold-plated sterling silver and can be customized upon request.
Han Cholo sells the earrings for $100 (USD).
In the near future, you may be able to make yourself speak in any language, or have video proof of your friend saying he loves to eat poop. It’s all thanks to a new tracking and animation system that can transfer the facial movements of one person into a photorealistic CGI rendering of another person’s face, all in real time.
CP this is Delta 2! Spotted signs of kawaii, I’m going to check it out! Redditor zetarn shares this shot of a snake in idol’s clothing. It’s Venom Snake hiding in a cardboard box that he decorated with an idol girl poster.
The railgun is one of the most popular sci-fi weapons, perhaps eclipsed only by the lightsaber and anything with lasers on it. Part of its appeal is that it’s based on real physics. It could exist, and it does exist!
What are you looking for in a keyboard? Comfort? Feel? Functionality? The folks at Ultimate Gadget Labs believe they’ve created the only keyboard you’ll need. It may even replace your mouse. They call it the Ultimate Hacking Keyboard.
I’m not a big user of coasters in the house because I think they are pretty dumb. In the car, I feel a bit differently. It always seems the condensation from my ocean of soda in the morning runs down the side of the cup and ends up making some sort of unremovable paste in the cup holder of my car.
The Analytical Engine would have been the first general purpose computer, but inventor Charles Babbage never finished it. Still, the man’s a genius and a pioneer, and so is his friend, mathematician Ada Lovelace. She wrote the first documented computer program for the Analytical Engine, though of course she never got to see it run.
I’m not sure how exactly I have missed the black Whopper that Burger King is selling during Halloween so far. It’s probably because I am a Whataburger man and leave lesser burgers for the plebs. The black Whopper gets its black bun color in part from the A1 steak sauce flavor in the bun.
Star Wars fans looking for something cute to keep all your stuff together, check out this sweet backpack. The bag looks BB-8, the rolling robot from The Force Awakens. His head is stuffed so only his rotund body actually holds gear.
Mad Max: Fury Road was such an awesome movie, and if you want to relive the excitement, what better way than actually becoming a War Boy? Drive on the Fury Road this Halloween in style, with the help of this handy tutorial.
One of the simplest and most destructive running gags among tinkerers is the so-called killer. It’s a peripheral cable spliced with a power plug. The idea is to fry the circuits connected to the port – e.g.
There are different gadgets that can turn bodies, steering wheels or food into musical instruments. Now you can turn pretty much any rigid solid object into an instrument using just one device: Mogees.
Mogees consists of a very sensitive contact microphone and an iOS app.
Almost exactly a year ago, I talked about a modular smartwatch idea that was in the works called Blocks. What we didn’t know at the time was exactly when the product would come to market. A year later, you can now order the Blocks modular smartwatch and we know when the watch is supposed to ship.