Posts Tagged ‘toys’
  • North Legion SMX Snow Bike: The coolest way to experience the slopes.
    by Mike
    Posted December 11th, 2009 at 10:04 am
    Skis are so 1970's. Snowboards are out too. What in this day and age is cool for the slopes and won't leave you looking like a lost and aging poser? The North Legion SMX Snow Bike. While those around you will still be slippin' and slidin' around on traditional old school snow travel methods, you can wow spectators and garner gawkers from all around with your snow bike. Essentially a custom bike frame attached to 3 skis, the Snow Bike makes traveling the vast snow covered hills and mountain...
  • Twoddler gives your baby a voice. Tweets his playtime habits with ease.
    by Mike
    Posted December 9th, 2009 at 7:26 am
    Interested in genealogy and observing how traits and characteristics are passed down from generation to generation? Things such as build, eye color, skin tone, etc. are the most obvious shared traits. As the world becomes increasingly digital however, we should start noticing within the next couple of decades "digital traits" passed along. Not sure what I mean? A perfect example of "building" such traits into your children and starting your kids young so that they're technologically fluent ...
  • 117 toys. 1 LEGO to stand on.
    by Mike
    Posted November 17th, 2009 at 6:23 pm
    Have some time on your hands do ya? Well then, you can set out on trying to outdo Walter Wick, famed Childrens author and photographer and apparent LEGO/toy balancer extraordinaire. In the video above, Walter shows off his feat over modern physics by balancing a total of 117 toys of all shapes and sizes on a single LEGO brick. Wow. Careful hands indeed... Neatorama > Gizmodo > Photograph...
  • Hi-Tec Art to debut “stick in” LED game. Put your soldering irons away…
    by Mike
    Posted November 2nd, 2009 at 2:10 pm
    Remember that old light up game/toy we had as kids where you stuck in different colored plastic pegs into peg holes and the light inside would make them glow? Now fast forward 25 years and things have become a tad more high tech. That old toy that once provided hours of artistic enjoyment is getting a refresh, albeit this time a new and emerging Florida based company, "Hi-Tec" is responsible. The biggest change to this basic toy concept is that that the "pegs" are actually individual LED's ...
  • Reclaim those younger years with LEGO Walkie Talkies
    by Mike
    Posted September 9th, 2009 at 5:52 am
    Whether you're old or not so old, LEGO's were probably a part of your life as youngster. Hours of your life were spent constructing and destroying priceless creations. Many times since the then, companies have capitalized on the LEGO name. The latest venture involves a little two way action: Walkie Talkies. What says geeky kid better than almost LEGO Walkie Talkies. I say almost because the Walkie Talkies aren't really made out of LEGOs. Instead, it is just a printed sticker on top of yo...
  • Tiny USB Remote controlled Helicopter ensures hours of fun, minimal damage to your house.
    by Mike
    Posted August 25th, 2009 at 5:52 am
    Geeky little gadgets are something I long to find. When I can surely enjoy something more valuable or expensive such as a new laptop, mobile phone, etc, those little novelty gadgets are often some of the most fun. If you are a closet freak for air travel and long to someday put yourself behind the stick, yolk, whatever it is they call it these days, the USB powered remote control helicopter is just for you. While it is likely that this little gadget won't help you in the slightest in real w...
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