LEGO bricks are incredibly versatile, but one thing they can’t do today is bend and flex with movement. Flexo hopes to change that with their LEGO-compatible components, which allow the bricks to move and deform without coming apart.
After numerous 3rd party clones, Nintendo are releasing their own Retro NES. This one looks just like the original and comes loaded with 30 classic games, from Super Mario Bros. to Metroid. Connects via HDMI, and comes with one controller. Drops 11/11/16 for $60.
Creating commercials for new cars can be challenging because the cars aren’t always yet in production. The Mill’s amazing contraption acts a stand-in for virtually any car, simulating its length, width, wheels, and driving dynamics. CG artists can then wrap it in any virtual body.