If you’re a guy, you can admit it – having to watch girl shows can really suck. Every time a guy has to sit and watch The Bachelorette or Real Housewives with their significant other, somewhere a kitten dies.
This insane looking computer setup lets the guy controlling it play numerous MMORPG sessions of the same game at the same time.
Hacked together by Zhek Kromtor, his computing rig is used for playing multiple rounds of EVE Online simultaneously.
This interactive work of art uses 20 individual iPod Touches, tied together to produce synchronized visuals across all of the displays.
Created by Japan’s PROTOTYPE design team, iPod Cluster Media is an early proof-of-concept that stitches multiple independent iPod Touches into a hive-mind display wall.
It was probably the end of last year when my Blu-ray disc collection was something like 10 discs. Now, just a few months later, I have my collection is probably around 100 discs, and growing. So when I saw the beastly BDP-CX7000ES Mega Disc Changer from Sony, my eyes lit up.
Want to quickly flip between your favorite games on your Nintendo DS Lite? Check out this handy accessory that lets you choose from 3 different games with just the flick of a switch.
The BLAZE 3-in-1 game selector has triple cartridge bays, and a single ribbon connector that plugs into your DS’ cartridge slot.
It took me a second to figure out what was going on when I first got a look at this table full of analog clocks. But once I stood back from my screen, I realized that none of the clocks have the correct time and the whole thing is a macro timepiece that tells the time using 24 individual clocks.
In a multi-iPod/iPhone household like mine, this device looks like it could be a godsend for tidying up the rats’ nest of cables on our kitchen countertop. Here’s a single charging dock that can recharge up to four iPods or iPhones simultaneously.
I’ve always been a fan of the cool effects available from Lomo’s unique analog camera line, and now they’ve come up with another nifty camera, the Oktomat.
The Oktomat takes 8 photos over the course of 2.5 seconds, and exposes them onto separate sections of a single 35mm frame.