by Tech Light
In a true display of Macguyver-like ingenuity, Spanish hacker Jose Julio has cobbled together an intelligent air hockey table using nothing more than a PS3 camera and a 3D printer. The table, he explains, was for his daughter - though I'm sure he enjoyed building it as much as she enjoys using it.
One of the biggest innovations this generation of gaming has seen is game streaming - a process significantly weakened by latency. But what if that wasn't an issue? What if you could stream to any screen you chose without even an ounce of lag? Ladies and gentlemen, say hello to GameBuddy.
by Tech Light
Robots seem to be everywhere these days. They're in our factories, our schools, our homes, and now they're even in our theme parks. Over in South Korea, a futuristic new theme park is being built. The theme? Robotics, of course.
Have you ever wondered what FFVII's Buster Sword might look like in real life? What about Gimli's Axe from LOTR, or the Kingslayer's Blade from Game of Thrones? Ladies and gentlemen, introducing The Man At Arms. Every week he selects a new weapon from the realm of fantasy...and forges it in reality.
by Tech Light
If you've ever wondered how touch screens are tested for accuracy, Intel this week provided a bit of insight into the process. Turns out, they've invented The Oculus, a simple robotic array designed for one purpose: playing video games. That's cool and all, but...how exactly does that work?
by John P. Barker
Ranging anywhere from eight to sixteen feet in height, King Robota manufactures some amazing robots designed for corporate events and large entertainment venues. But... how much of the robot is a robot?
Microsoft announced today that in the very near future, it intends to begin introducing original, Xbox Live-exclusive TV shows to its multimedia line-up. According to television executive Nancy Tellem, everything should be more or less ready to go within the first few months of the New Year.
by Must Love Gadgets
Would you remember the phrase "Quiero vomitar" if a cute cat said it? After seeing this image, how could you forget it?
by Ron Callari
Perhaps not as funny as the classic 1938 comedy sketch "Who's on First?" popularized by Abbott and Costello, but it does bring a smile to one's face when anybody is able to give Google a run for their money. Such is the case when the Northern American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) backed by Microsoft and Bing take on the Granddaddy of search engines in a face-off that pits one Santa Tracker against another.
Not sure what to get your kids this Christmas? Maybe I can help. See, gaming isn't a hobby just for teens and young adults. There are some pretty fantastic games out there for children, if you know where to look. Here are a few suggestions to that effect to get you started.
Conceived by Dutch entrepreneur Paul Herman and created by champagne bottler M.Hostomme, Hello Kitty Cuvée Spéciale is an officially licensed, nose-ticklingly bubbly, demi-sec rosé Champagne consisting of 50% Pinot Noir, 30% Pinot Meunier and 20% Chardonnay wines.
There's a whole host of incredibly deep, meaningful video games on the market, if one knows where to look. This Christmas, why not take the time to play a few of them? Who knows? You might just gain a deeper appreciation of friends, family, and gaming as a whole.
Valve this week once again set out to empower members of the Steam community. This time, it's launched an initiative known as Steam Reviews. Using the service, which is currently in beta, community members can write reviews which can then be rated and commented on.
by Holly Cochran
People seem to take Thanksgiving decorating way too seriously! The lack of funny stuff for Thanksgiving is appalling. We need our readers to represent and send in your best wild, wacky, crazy and OMG funny Thanksgiving decoration photos! After scouring the internet, here's what we found as the 8 Best Ideas for Slightly Twisted Thanksgiving Decor:
by Ron Callari
With Kmart's revenue reports heading into the toilet, it appears its TV ads might have followed suit this holiday season. Down 4.6 percent in earnings this quarter, one of the nation's largest discount retailers is taking a radical departure from it's wholesome Mom's Apple Pie image to one that replicates the blue material you might catch on late night, a la Chelsea Lately!