There’s a growing number of accessories for the iPhone and the iPod touch that uses augmented reality to deliver a more lifelike gaming experience to users. You can look to add Bowblade to that list.
This thing is a lot more “geek” than “tech-rockstar”, but if we had to list down stuff we wanted – but would never buy for ourselves – for under 60 bucks, this makes the cut. If the title and photo above wasn’t clear enough, you’re looking at the Lego Darth Vader Desk Lamp, a 7.5-inch
Ever wish you had a way to let other people hear that song (or killer guitar lick) rocking in your head while your fingers shred an invisible guitar? For 20 bucks, you can buy a solution. It probably won’t sound as awesome as it does in your head, but at least you get a way.
Here’s an interesting kit for tinkerers: Canadian startup EZ-Robot has started offering a kit that’ll let you build your own robot. Actually, the kit just includes a wireless controller, an ultrasonic distance sensor, wireless tracking camera, three servos, two rotating servos, battery pack and software – all of which make up the guts of your
iOS-controlled toys are becoming pretty common these days, the coolest of which have been multiple variants of mini-fied helicopters. An iOS-controlled RC car? Meh. Sounds a bit too ordinary. But this one? It’s certainly a unique take. Like every other remote-controlled toy car, the “iPhone Controlled Wall Climbing Car iW500” features the usual turn-left, turn-right,