March 2, 2009
Lit Studios have now taken the production of mirrors to a new dizzying heights. The brainchild of Alpay Kasal and Sam Ewen, is an interactive mirror which uses Human Computer Interaction technology. Using your finger like a mouse you can manipulate the mirror to see what clothes would look like on you, play games, or you can decorate it to match any room. At the moment the only way to get hold of one is to contact Lit Studios as no cost or retail information is available. Photos of it in use.
January 12, 2009
And that’s not such a bad thing. The Pandora (official site – Written about previously here) is an open source gaming beast. The ship date has been moved back several times, most recently because LCD’s have taken too long to be produced and bank problems with the orders. Things are slowly coming together. Read the rest of this entry »
October 17, 2008
October 14, 2008
This is the ultimate slot car track, its nearly 64 feet long and comes with 2 cars which have bullet-proof chassis. The Shelby Slot Car Racetrack ($250) is powered by a 22-volt pack, has super-strong Neo Dymium ground-effect magnets, and has extra-long guide pins. Set includes track, power pack, two cars, two controllers, grandstand and pit.
September 12, 2008
Remember when it used to be a sign of chic-ness to drink bottled water? These days, everybody who is anybody is doing their best to avoid adding plastic bottles to dumps. “But I’m still chic,” says this diva in distress…”Oh what to do?” KOR ONE to the rescue! More than a re-usable thermos-type contraption, this baby is a “personal hydration vessel” – and she’s gorgeous! Quick, get your eco-chic butt over to KOR ONE and see how for only $29 you can be the first rich kid on your block to have this sleek, BPA-free un-bottle. If Brad Pitt liked the Prius, he’s going to love KOR ONE. Only he won’t be sacrificing a thing by getting this green-water drinking device. None of us will. Fashion meets function. Me likey.
July 16, 2008
The Pandora (not to be confused with Pandora) is a handheld that is following along the path of the GP2x, open source and runs Linux. It was designed as an ultraportable open source computer with gaming controls. Apparently they were attempting “to make to make the ultimate open source handheld device.” And it seems they have, but we’ll see…
June 11, 2008
On January 3, 2006 Phantom Entertainment (The people who were going to make the Phantom Game Console) announced the Phantom Lapboard ($130), which was originally meant to be a component of the Phantom Game Console. Phantom decided to scrap the game console but still offer the Lapboard component as an accessory for PC games. The Lapboard is designed to be held in the user’s lap instead of on a desk, and is a must have for PC gamers who want to take their games to the big screen. Read the rest of this entry »
April 8, 2008
Well it seems Sony decided to let loose the new DualShock 3 Controllers a little earlier than planned. Reports are coming in that the new DualShock controllers are staring to pop up a retailers around the country including Amazon for only $54.99 (also available in white).
March 27, 2008
Published by Nintendo, Super Smash Bros is back with its third edition. Super Smash Bros. Brawl was just made available for Wii this March and will have you even more addicted than the last two games. Not only did they introduce some conventional rules and tactics that other fighting games don’t have, they also indulge you with plenty of challenges, a great storyline, and more characters to choose from. You can play by yourself, or with up to four friends. Don’t fret if you don’t have any because the game even supports online battles! Its no wonder Brawl is Nintendo’s fastest selling title in America!
February 15, 2008
For those looking for the ultimate addition to a game room look no further, The Gamerator is almost here. The Gamerator is easily the ultimate gaming machine as it combines gaming with the fun of drinking. The Gamerator is Windows XP based and uses a 26-inch HDTV that lets you play more than 150 licensed classic arcade games. However the best part is the fact that it features an integrated refrigerator that can hold a “pony” keg and keep it chilled down to 38 degrees. The beer is dispensed through a tap in the front next to the gaming controls. Unfortunately the Gamerator is not currently available yet but it will retail for $3,995