Designed by an MIT student, iDoor is the ultimate iPhone app: it opens a hydraulically actuated dorm room door which also responds to knocks thanks to vibration sensors. Thanks, Jacob!
If you’ve ever wondered why T-800 Terminators look like Arnold, this deleted scene from Terminator 3 explains it all; it’s a terrible scene that needed to be cut, but still hilarious.
The iPhone 3GS’ new abilities create their first music video courtesy of Steve Ellington: Technologic Overkill follows a little robot outside an Apple store, with an Autobot cameo.
Dante’s Inferno finally reveals its gameplay; the trailer starts off slowly, but quickly picks up the pace with demon-rending visuals that should make God of War fans giddy.
The third video for the ongoing Old Republic Timeline series is up; it focuses on the New Mandalore, a dangerous and enigmatic leader responsible for the blockade of the Republic.
This Motion Comic trailer is a highly stylized, comic book inspired depiction of Wolfenstein history; think Sin City with Nazis, a hard-assed Allied hero and a mini-gun toting Hitler.
There’s nothing worse than a clogged loo at 30,000 feet, which is why the result of this Airplane Toilet Paper Experiment by Mark Malkoff isn’t too surprising; man, do those toilets suck!
First-Person Shooter Disease takes a look into the world of a man with Duke Nukem’s Disease; he’s accompanied by Donkey Kong, 2D Side Scroller and Street Fighter sufferers.
Much more gameplay in this latest trailer for Section 8, which is starting to look a bit like Halo but with jumping and big armored suits; still, we’ll reserve judgment until it ships 8/25.
If New Age mysticism ever replaced medical science in the emergency room, it’d be a lot like Homoepathic A&E, a goofy skit by UK comedy show That Mitchell and Webb Look.
Ben Heck’s fifth Xbox 360 Portable is lookin’ good: it adds an ethernet port, flush DVD and side panels, volume buttons and more air holes; it’s totally built from scratch. Thanks, Icebone!
The one thing better than real fireworks is fireworks you can eat: PES’ aptly-named Fireworks is a short but “sweet” stop-motion film with exploding Candy Corn, Sour Balls and Peeps.
Celebrate America’s Independence Day in style with a good ol’ fashioned iPhone 3GS jailbreak: Crunchgear’s John Biggs proves it above; be sure to check out BigBoss’ cautions here.
Mega 64’s Oregon Trail revisits the travels of pioneers past, but it’s not all buffalo-huntin’ fun: it includes death by measles, flatulent dysentery bouts and a truly epic fording of a river.
Insanely complex but utterly inspirational as well, Japanese band Sour creates an amazing webcam-based music video for “Hibi no Neiro” using their fans from around the world.
Trailer #2 for Planet 51 isn’t earth-shattering, but improves on the first trailer by squeezing in more character exposition, examples of 50s-style Americana and cutesy robot sequences.
With both games now out, Game Trailers pits Prototype vs inFAMOUS; it’s a wordless comparison of powers, enemies, story and more, letting you choose based on looks alone.
This dev diary video for Splinter Cell: Conviction gives us the lowdown straight from the horses’ mouths: essentially, you’ll be able to choose between gung-ho or stealth gameplay.
We’ve seen public projection art before, but Tetragram for Enlargement is easily our favorite–this because (or in spite) of being projected onto the normally busy walls of a castle.
Matt Damon is in top form in The Informant, based on the story of a real-life whistle blower; it’s mixes the best parts of his Oceans character with genuine Grade A social dysfunction.
NSFW: Like Austin Powers meets Ghost in the Shell meets every B-horror flick ever created, Robo-Geisha is so over-the-top in terms of ways to die it’s almost ensured a cult following.
The not-so-witty verbal repartee is as thick as grog in this gameplay trailer for Tales of Monkey Island; point and click your own way to voodoo root beer when the game comes out 7/7.
Before the B-2 bomber was Germany’s Horten 2-29, which NatGeo has recreated to test out its stealth abilities; the result? World War 2 London would have never seen it coming.
Chess goes from elegant metaphor to geopolitical reality with History Chess; it uses major 20th century events and icons as pieces, including the Titanic and the WTC towers.
As if sounding like a self-indulgent boob wasn’t enough, this Loud Tweets Badge by Aram Bartholl lets you look like one too: it’s a 21×7 pixel LED which scrolls your Twitter feed.
We’ve spoiled a few things in our time, so this Spoiler Alert short by CollegeHumor is dedicated to all you twitchy folks who blanch at the thought of getting a movie or game spoiled.
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