Walk Google Street View on your Wii

Some clever guy has programmed his Wii balance board to interface with Google Street View. Standing on one foot spins around while walking takes you in the direction your facing at a pace dictated by your walking rate. Theres great potential as a way of navigation around virtual worlds/cities/shopping centers etc. You will never have… Continue reading Walk Google Street View on your Wii

The bra with digital feedback sensors!

This digi-bra, created by Sarah Layne, has 2 amplifiers and 6 speakers to give it some serious feedback when it comes in close contact with the small microphones that need to be attached to the other persons fingers. Im not quite sure on the purpose of this gadget…maybe its targeting the blind groper? Or maybe… Continue reading The bra with digital feedback sensors!

The “Boil a Babe” invention from Wales

Heres something that caught my eye this afternoon…the SunPod! It was produced, just a short hop skip and jump away down the M4 from me here in sun-drenched Cardiff, in a little town called Pont-Henri. It was produced back in the eighties as a way of protecting the body from harmful rays. It also had… Continue reading The “Boil a Babe” invention from Wales

Math Genius Wall Clock

I love this clock! I know you wouldn’t need to work the solutions out to tell the time but its a great conversation piece don’t you think.. Product Page via

Geek disemboweling for the Mac community

Yep..thats Mac OS X running there… Macboy modder (flickr user Charles Mangin) dug out his old Mac Plus, disemboweled it and crammed the innards of a modern Mac G4 Cube inside including replacing the old B&W screen with a nice shiny LCD. He even spooned out the guts of the old Mac mouse and replaced… Continue reading Geek disemboweling for the Mac community

A game of pong at lunch if you please.

How cool would it be to have one of these in your front room. Forget Microsoft Surface and all its multi touch fandagery…pong is all you need! It was deisgned by a guy named Moritz Waldermeyer as part of the MoMA Design & Elastic Mind Exhibit. The tabletop has 2,400 LED’s and 2 track pads… Continue reading A game of pong at lunch if you please.