An upcoming retro console that plays PSX, SEGA CD, TurboGrafx-CD and other disc-based classic games by default. But you can also purchase modules that work with cartridges and controllers from the NES, SNES and more. It will cost $249, while modules will go for $59.
A unique modern timepiece inspired by the dot-matrix sign boards that appear on train platforms around Tokyo. It features a backlit LCD panel which displays the time and simulated train arrival information. Choose from Shinjuku, Fujisawa, or Machida stations.
Serial learner Mike Boyd received a challenge from trickster Chris Ramsay. It seems such a simple and non-essential move, but card springing, where you pop out playing cards from one hand to the other in a controlled spray, is actually a very difficult trick to pick up.
If you’re looking for a feature-packed soundbar that won’t break the bank, check out the new Yamaha YAS-108. It has Dolby Virtual:X virtual surround sound, a mode that boosts voices for clear dialogue and two built-in subwoofers. Has analog, optical, HDMI and Bluetooth inputs.
Steve Carell stars as man who came up with a fantastic coping mechanism. Mark Hogancamp was beaten into a coma and lost many of his memories when he woke up. He carried on by building an amazing doll city. Directed by Robert Zemeckis (Cast Away, Forrest Gump)
David Bowen’s unique art installation captures data from a plant stalk blowing the wind, then echoes its movements onto 126 individual stalks placed indoors. Each indoor stalk moves in concert with its outdoor inspiration thanks to accelerometer tracking and servo motors.
TetonX’s new Jake is a trailer that can be towed by practically any UTV since it weighs only 700lb. It has a trailing arm suspension for off-road use, 27″off-road tires with axle-less suspension, a roof rack system with optional awning, and an optional outdoor kitchen top.
The evil computer from 2001: A Space Odyssey has been miniaturized and is ready to do your bidding. This 32GB USB 3.0 drive naturally has a red eye that lights up when it’s plugged in. It also comes with computer screen screensavers from the movie. Limited to 1,000 pieces.
Nyko’s PixelQuest is a cardboard arcade cabinet kit for the Nintendo Switch. It has slots for the unit itself and two Joy-Cons. The controller slots have mechanical buttons for the shoulder buttons. You also get a pair of joysticks. Available soon for only $20.
Maker Becky Stern decided to create something none of us actually need, but is still immensely entertaining – a rolling robot made out of a baguette loaded with a wobbler circuit. It rolls along as you try to catch it, making it nearly impossible to spread butter and jam on it.