Most of us can’t order pizza with our shoes, but the future is coming. Soon, we will all be able to do it. Pizza Hut is bringing back its Pie Tops sneakers, which can order pizza with the press of a button.
Rule the Marvel universe and your morning coffee with something better than an iron fist. This Infinity Gauntlet coffee mug is but one of the cool Avengers: Infinity Wars toys and collectibles that is just now flooding the market since the release of the movie is right around the corner.
It’s not easy to display your cool Star Wars stuff. Your figures don’t really look good in those protective plastic bubbles and display cards just sitting there on a shelf. Even if you buy two of everything so you can display one, it’s still hard to make this stuff look good while on display.
You can add carpenters to the list of occupations that robots are going after now. A team of carpenter hating researchers from MIT‘s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory built this woodworking robot system. It goes by the name Autosaw.
This prototype robotic carpentry system can cut wood on its own, keeping workers safe.
Among Kaiju, Godzilla is still the creature to beat. But who’s got room in their house to keep a towering beast like him as a pet? What we need is a dog-sized monster that we can curl up with on the couch.
If you are a fan of robots, or just want to ingratiate yourself to them before they take over the world, check out Tiny Robots. Their shop is loaded with all kinds of cool robot accessories like pendants, earrings, bracelets, hair clips and other stuff with tiny robots on them.
If you thought ED-209 from Robocop was big, he’s nothing compared to some of the huge robots in movies. I’m just hoping that life doesn’t imitate art, because if it does, the robot uprising is going to be full of massive robots.
Of course, some nerds will argue that Jaegers, AT-ATs, and the AMPs from Avatar are not technically robots, but let me ask you this: If a giant metal thing steps on you and flattens you like a pancake, does it really matter?
When I was a kid, solving a Rubik’s Cube was tough. Only geniuses could do it. The rest of us had to learn cheats just so we could look smart. These days it seems everyone is solving these puzzles with ease.