Used by Vijay Singh to fine tune his tempo, rhythm and timing, Sonic Golf’s System-1 actually lets you hear these variables by converting swing data into a real-time audio soundscape.
Nathan Sawaya’s LEGO cello not only is roughly the size of a real cello, but can be played, too–just don’t’ expect it to sound like one; watch the time lapse, brick-by-brick video above.
Crafted from cold-cast marble and limited to 750 sets, the devil is really in the details with this Monster vs. Hunter chess set; our favorite piece: the chainsaw-packing Good queen.
This Gang War gameplay trailer for APB shows off the advantages of multiplayer; it’s basically an MMORPG version of GTA, which means passenger gunners and â€¦ dance crews.
Our friends at 0-60mag.com show you how to build your own Need For Speed: Shift-themed racing console for only $500 (not including electronics); get the 60-page PDF here.
Everyone’s favorite stick figure web comic finally goes pulpy: xkcd: volume 0 is now available (link: Randall Munroe’s book tour schedule); a portion of profits will go to charity.
No need to roll for constitution: despite names like Sneak Attack and Eldritch Blast, Jones’ Dungeons & Dragons Spellcasting Soda sole magical effect is to make you gassy.
SCEA’s Rick Marks goes in-depth with the PS3’s motion tracking tech; cool: controller position awareness, which makes everything from calligraphy to tennis games more realistic.
Alright, so setting your sleeves on fire probably isn’t the smartest thing you can do, but you’d still look cool: these Vintage Lighter Cufflinks are a dinner party version of Tony Stark’s suit.
Navigate desktop cable jungles with a LEGO LED Clip On Light; able to be worn either on the head or in true geek style on a pocket protector, each foot packs an LED light.
Flameknight7 combines two of the world’s most terrifying things into a single mod for Left 4 Dead: Teletubbies and zombies are a true vision of hell, especially when they catch on fire.
Four friends, a remote island, advanced parasite research: yup, it’s another horror flick, but we’re loving this gory trailer for Growth; the movie was shot using a RED ONE camera.
You’re not much of a shock trooper if you haven’t pulled the trigger on Halo 3: ODST, but here’s the intro (Part 1, 2) if you need convincing; we reiterate that Nathan Fillion is the man.
It’s got adventure, it’s got comedy, it’s got giant hovercraft called The Spirit of Freedom: we promise this Escape from Metro City clip for Astro Boy will rock your rocket-powered socks.
Okay, last Arkham Asylum video: this Insane Gameplay trailer is just too good to pass up, with visceral body blows and epic chained attacks making this a first-class bat brawler.
Move over, Rubik’s Cube: the 12-Surface IQ Pentagon is a Rubik’s Dodecahedron that promises to train both your left and right brain, if it doesn’t permanently scramble it into goo first.
Created for Esquire’s Ultimate Bachelor Pad, the CueLight Pool Table turns a billiards game into a Michael Bay movie: projected flames, water and other effects follow your every move.
Part cell-shaded RPG shooter, part Mad Max fantasy, GameTrailers tries to get to the heart of Borderlands; one thing’s for sure: the game is fast-paced, frenetic and filled with guns.
If you can forgive the atrocious voice acting, this supposedly leaked trailer for The Witcher 2 reveals day/night cycles, bloodier finishing moves and use of the Havok physics engine.
This Competitive Multiplayer trailer for Operation Flashpoint 2 shows off Command, Infiltrate, Attack and Defend gameplay–in other words, blowing up stuff, and blowing it up good.
This new Percy Jackson & the Olympians trailer is the teaser with 50 extra seconds, but they’re important: courtesy a bearded Pierce Brosnan, it drops several hints about the backstory.
No, your monitor isn’t acting up: Iman Moradi’s Glitch: Designing Imperfection is part coffee table art book, part technological disaster with 206 images of glorious computer foul-ups.
This Weazel News expose for The Ballad of Gay Tony smells like The Onion: who’s behind a wave of terrorism hitting Liberty City? Who cares, they’ve got stock footage of caves!
Watch it while it’s hot: this 5 minute clip of Halo Legends: The Babysitter was shown on Spike TV last night and gives us a glimpse of anime-style versions of Grunts, Brutes and Spartans.
If you don’t mind wearing bricks on your man-boobs, this LEGO Baseplate t-shirt takes DIY apparel to new, 3D heights; it’s an actual baseplate on which you can attach LEGOs.
IBM’s Deep Blue may be a chess champ, but Queens University’s Deep Green is a hustler-in-training; the team is also working on human-friendly augmented reality pool.
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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Teaser
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This Dog Sounds Like a TIE Fighter
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