These guys in Korea must have legs of steel to be able to pedal hard enough to get airborne in their wide-winged flyers. Though at times, this crash-filled competition reminded too much us of the Red Bull Flugtag.
Created by Adam Farbiarz and Adam Thompson, each of these cards has an illustration which represents its value and suit. You’ll have as much fun trying to figure out what each cards as the card game you’re playing with them.
Space-saving game room furniture that switches between a 7-foot billiards table and an air hockey table by turning over the playing surface. Locks securely in place when flipped. Now we want a three-sided version with a foosball table.
See more of San Fransokyo and Hiro’s friends, their armored suits and abilities. We’re a bit disappointed that the comic book versions of the characters were so… Disneyfied, but hopefully the movie is still a blast.
From an indie startup composed of contributors to BioShock, Halo, Guitar Hero and Rock Band comes a Windows & Mac rogue-lite set in “post-societal America.” Forage, craft and make your way down a procedurally-generated river.
This amazing device was built using 3D printing, a cordless screwdriver, and mechanical know-how. What does it do? It takes flat sheets of paper, folds paper airplanes, and fires them. If ever a project needed to be on Kickstarter, it’s this.