This is a little augmented reality TARDIS created by Greg Kumparak. When one side is viewed through a smartphone, you can see a 3D model of the spacious TARDIS interior inside. Pretty neat. Reminds me of the time my friends and I tried to see how many of us could fit inside a phone booth. Unfortunately, instead of getting inside, the last guy just farted into the booth and then held the door closed. I seriously saw my life pass before my eyes. SPOILER: video games and loneliness.
Hit the jump for a video demo.
Thanks to my buddy Sam, who made an augmented reality girlfriend out of a bunch of pillows he sewed together that when viewed through his smart phone has boobs and everything. It's incredibly sad.
This is an impressive stop motion of a game of 3-D 'Snake' being played, all draw (and erased) in chalk by Chris Carlson. It looks like it took some serious patience, which I have zero of. If I had made it would have been the worse game of 'Snake' ever played. Miss the first... / Continue →
This is an $80 desktop mini fridge that looks like a TARDIS from ThinkGeek. Don't want to keep your food cold? No worries, it also has a warming function. Of course leaving a sandwich on your desk is a FREE warming function. But not tuna -- no, not tuna. You leave a tuna s... / Continue →
This is a gallery of Nintendo themed Etch-A-Sketch art all created by the delicate knob-twisting fingers of Jane Labowitch. It's mostly Mario and Pokemon though, so if you don't like the subject material hopefully you can at least appreciate the talent. Whenever I go to Toys ... / Continue →