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Hero Forge Tabletop Miniature 3D Printing Service: Character Creation Tool

Hero Forge Tabletop Miniature 3D Printing Service: Character Creation Tool
Miniatures and figurines are some of the best aspects of tabletop gaming. But if you’re playing a tabletop RPG, you might not be satisfied with the figurines that come with your game or even the ones you can buy online.

USB Key Resets Windows Login Passwords: Fuhgeddaboud IT

USB Key Resets Windows Login Passwords: Fuhgeddaboud IT
There are programs and services that can store your passwords for various websites and type them in for you. But if you set a login password for your computer, you better remember that or you’re screwed.
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Deltaprintr 3D Printer Extrudes Simplicity

Deltaprintr 3D Printer Extrudes Simplicity
Even though 3D printing is still a young technology, customers already have a lot of brands and types of 3D printers to choose from. The founders of Deltaprintr hope to set their device apart by coming up with a great balance of simplicity, efficiency, quality and affordability.

Doublesix Dice: Rolls So Nice, It’s Numbered One to Six Twice

Doublesix Dice: Rolls So Nice, It’s Numbered One to Six Twice
The six-sided die is one of the most recognizable symbols of gaming and gambling. But as Dr. Matt Fleming states, cubes don’t roll well. You know what does? A dodecahedron. So Matt put the numbers one through six twice on a 12-sided die.

GripMat Keeps Tabletop Games on Top of the Table

GripMat Keeps Tabletop Games on Top of the Table
One of the hassles of playing tabletop games is that pieces are often moved out of their place or sometimes even off the table. It’s a minor inconvenience at best and a game-stalling dilemma at worst, as you try to figure out which piece should be at which position.

AirTame Wireless HDMI Dongle: I Stream, You Stream, We All Stream

AirTame Wireless HDMI Dongle: I Stream, You Stream, We All Stream
Most computers nowadays have HDMI ports that let you beam your display to a TV, monitor or projector using an HDMI cable. But what if you could do that wirelessly? And what if you could send media not just to one display but to multiple displays and computers all at once?

Shapify.me Lets You Use Your Kinect to Take 3D Selfies

Shapify.me Lets You Use Your Kinect to Take 3D Selfies
Earlier this year we learned about Twinkind, a 3D printing shop that makes personalized figurines. Its products are highly detailed, but it has two drawbacks: the figurines are expensive and you have to go to Germany to be scanned.

Circuit Stickers: Peel & Stick & Light

Circuit Stickers: Peel & Stick & Light
Here’s a fun kit that you can use to make simple electronics, even wearable ones. Circuit Stickers are just that – electronics with adhesive backing. The star of the kit are the LED stickers. Put them on a conductive surface – wire, foil, conductive thread or fabric etc.

Classic Video Game Controller Ornaments: A taribaum A taribaum

Classic Video Game Controller Ornaments: A taribaum A taribaum
Gamers, get into the spirit of the holidays with these tiny but detailed ornaments that look like controllers from video game consoles of yore. There’s an Atari 2600 joystick, a Sega Genesis gamepad, a NES gamepad and a PlayStation controller.

DIY Gamer Kit: Build, Code & Game Boy

DIY Gamer Kit: Build, Code & Game Boy
Technology Will Save Us is the maker’s version of Toys R’ Us. The shop makes toys or gadgets that require assembly, perfect for people who are into tinkering and assembling electronics. Their newest kit is a great way to entice gamers to make their own video game systems.

Verve Sensor Kit Emulates Mouse & Keyboard: The World is Your Controller

Verve Sensor Kit Emulates Mouse & Keyboard: The World is Your Controller
One of last year’s most successful Kickstarter-funded projects was the MaKey MaKey, a device that allowed you to input keyboard commands to a computer using everyday objects. A new USB device called the Verve is similar to the MaKey MaKey, but it’s more versatile.

Laser Maze Logic Game: Pew-zle

Laser Maze Logic Game: Pew-zle
Thanks to one of my friends’ addiction to board games – we call him the chairman of the board now – I’ve rediscovered how fun they can be. While the best board games often pit you against your buddies – Game of Thrones, Cosmic Encounter, King of Tokyo – there are also a handful of awesome cooperative games, such as the infuriating Pandemic. 

Clockee Talkee Alarm Clock & Walkie-Talkie: Wake Up, Copy That

Clockee Talkee Alarm Clock & Walkie-Talkie: Wake Up, Copy That
Most of the alarm clocks we’ve featured here differentiate themselves based on how they wake people up. Milad Modir’s Clockee Talkee has a feature that you wouldn’t expect from an alarm clock: a two-way radio intercom.

Triggertrap Redsnap Modular Camera Trigger: If It Can Sense It, You Can Shoot It

Triggertrap Redsnap Modular Camera Trigger: If It Can Sense It, You Can Shoot It
A couple of years ago Triggertrap released its namesake device, an electronic camera trigger that activates your camera based on a variety of inputs. Recently the company launched a Kickstarter for an improved camera trigger, which they’re calling Redsnap.

Mega Stomp Battle Motion-Activated Sound Effects: Faux Foley

Mega Stomp Battle Motion-Activated Sound Effects: Faux Foley
Kids love to play fight. Just give them a few seconds of idle time and their minds will transform them into all sorts of characters. Soon enough you’ll hear them making sound effects for their movements and weapons.

Hot Wheels Car Maker Turns Wax Sticks to Whips

Hot Wheels Car Maker Turns Wax Sticks to Whips
Hot Wheels’ toy cars let kids pretend they’re hotshot racers. The company’s new Car Maker model kit on the other hand, lets them be factory workers. The kit has a machine that turns a stick of wax into a car body by pressing it into a heated mold.
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