Imagine combining a Segway with a tank. The DTV Shredder is a military-grade vehicle with treads. It can hit speeds of 30mph, climb 40-degree slopes, carry supplies, and be operated remotely.
One of the more dramatic installations at Burning Man 2010, Ein Hammer is a metal tower which can belch massive jets of fire as 3 workers below smash sledgehammers to trigger the flames.
Designed by Lanier Graham, this chess set is actually more intuitive than it seems. The shape of each piece indicates its movement range, while its mass and height indicates its importance.
We all have our memories of Spider-Man, whether the old “…does whatever a spider can” theme, the Sam Raimi blockbusters or even Spider-Pig. The Japanese have their own special memories.
Ever wanted to drive a Ferrari F10 race car? Take on the world in this virtual Ferrari simulator, and if you manage to come out on top of the competition, you could go to Italy to drive a real one.
Sackboy channels Tarzan in the latest trailer for LittleBigPlanet 2, which shows off the neat things that you can do with the new grappling hook tool. Sackboy Batman and Bionic Commando anyone?
Looking for a blast from the past? Simply dial in a year between 1897 and the present at the YouTube Time Machine, and it’ll select a random video clip from the year you select.
This beastly gaming system maxes out with dual 6-core Intel Xeon x5860 CPUs, OC’d to 4.3GHz, quad SLI video cards and 24GB of RAM. Oh yeah, there’s a built-in water-cooled Xbox 360 Slim too.
Cole MacGrath is back to his old look, but he has a new enemy in the form of the burrowing Ravager. Good thing he has a new power too – a Joystiq commenter calls it “telecarnesis”.
NERF’s first fully-automatic weapon has battery-assisted firing, clips which hold 18 darts each, and um, a “riot shield.” We’re still waiting for a NERF RPG that fires footballs. You hear us, NERF?
This Bulgarian triple-distilled vodka contains an insane 88% alcohol (176-proof). It’s sure to put hair on your chest whether you want it or not. The label even says “handle with care.” Please do.
In Swarm, you’ll lead an army of 50 Swarmites through death-defying platform levels, with the blobby blue guys meeting their makers in various nasty ways. Think Lemmings.
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