Glow In The Dark Tron NES Console Mod

Check out this fantastic NES console mode by Thretris who also brought us the steam punk Game Boy mod we featured back in January this year.

Thretris latest creation is a Tron inspired glow-in-the-dark Nintendo Entertainment System with upgraded stereo sound system and detailing to replicate a Tron character. Watch its funky glow under black light in the video after the jump.

Tron NES

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Toshiba Flexible LCD Technology

Toshiba have been showcasing a new flexible LCD technology at SID 2010. The SID exhibition is now in its 48th year and is the premier international gathering of scientists, engineers, manufacturers, and users in the electronic-display industry.

Toshiba’s new 8.4-inch wide, 0.1mm thick SVGA panel can be picked up and physically bent to zoom in or out on the Google Earth application that was used in a demonstration. Check out the video after the jump

Toshiba Flexible LCD Technology

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Piano Gloves

Scott Garner is working on a project to develop a pair of piano gloves to allow you to play without the need for a piano, but using any available flat surface.

The project is still in the prototype and development stage at the moment. But Scott has created a fully functional  pair of gloves that use buttons in the finger tips to record notes and can be programmed to any key notes, allowing you to play scales and music as required.

Piano Gloves

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Spatial Interaction Faucet

This unique faucet prototype designed and created by Jasper Dekker allows you to interact with it using spatial interaction. The faucet was primarily designed with the goal of hygiene in mind. As faucets can harbor bacteria from many hands as users turn on and off the water supply. Check out the video after the jump to see it in action.

Spatial Interaction Faucet

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eRoll Ebook Concept

We’ve covered a number of e-book concepts over the years here on Geeky Gadgets but the eRoll designed by Dragan Trencevski is a thank you citydifferent slant on more traditional solid tablet styles we are currently seeing at the moment.

The eRoll e-book reader is contained in a tube from which the OLED paperthin screen is pulled out from.

Roll Up eBook

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Iron Man Flight Simulator

If you’re thinking of creating your own homemade Iron Man suit using scrap parts from a garage it might be worth constructing a flight simulator to practice on before you take your new suit for its maiden flight.

Using a small crane, a hang glider harness, unmanned aerial vehicle wings, the propeller and engine of a microlight, VR goggles, Wii remote and Google Earth Flight Simulator. A team has done just that. Check out the video after the jump.

Iron man Flight Simulator

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