Pillow Sports a Nice Rack and One Arm

I’ve been married long enough that boobs have lost some of the marvel they held for me in my younger days. I recognize the fact that there are many geeks out there who might not feel the same way and some of those geeks probably lack the skills to find a girl actually willing to let them see their boobs.

I have found the perfect pillow for the person wanting to feel like they are sleeping next to a real woman complete with snuggling and boobs. I will say that if you have this pillow on your bed and you happen to score a real woman, she probably won’t let you see her boobs after spotting this thing.

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DIY Geek Builds Robot with Fridge, Robot Arm, and BB Gun

Robots are cool and I for one am looking forward to the day when I can have a robot clean the house and bring me drinks so I can keep playing video games. One geek has taken his dream of a robot servant to the real world with a new bot sporting a fridge and a means to protect the frosty content within the fridge.

The robot is built on what appears to be the base of a power wheelchair. On top of that, base sits a fridge large enough for any number of cold beverages from beer to soft drinks. The bot also has an articulating arm on top made from a kid’s toy.

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Lego Furniture

Ever fancied turning your Lego creations into full size usable objects and furniture? Well with the help of  Lego style bricks from Lunatic Construction you can now create a huge array of Lego styled furniture for your pad.

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Lego Technic Bugatti Veyron

This has to be one of the coolest Lego builds we have seen so far here at Geeky Gadgets, the Lego Technic Bugatti Veyron. The Lego Technic Bugatti Veyron is the work of Spanish Lego enthusiast Sheepo, who has created this cool 1:8 scale model of one of the worlds most expensive super cars.

The Lego Technic Bugatti Veyron is remote controlled and it even has a fully functional seven speed gearbox, independent suspension and a retractable spoiler.

Lego Technic Bugatti Veyron

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Boe-Bot Educational Robot Kit

If your looking for a starter kit to learn about robotics and electronics the Boe-Bot Robot Full Kit is now available from the Maker Shed with a USB-compatible Board of Education.

The Boe-Bot includes 41 new activities starting with basic movement going through to sensor-based projects allowing you to learn robotic basics.

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Lightsaber Bookends

Add a little force to your bookshelf with these illuminated Star Wars lightsaber bookends. Showing Darth Vaders lightsaber piercing through molton holes at either end of your book or DVD collection complete with a glowing red lightsaber blade.

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Your Own Iron Man 2 Arc Light

Ever wanted your very own Iron Man suit but thought the price tag was a little hefty? Well you can now start with the power source, the Iron Man 2 Arc light for just under $8.

This toy Iron man 2 arc light clips onto any t-shirt and measure 3.5 inches in diameter and is 1.5 inches deep. The perfect finishing touch to any home made suit.

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Remote Controlled Millennium Falcon

If you’ve ever wanted to take Hans Solo’s Millennium Falcon for a spin, this remote-controlled model from the Toy Fair could definitely be worth looking at.

Released by Hasbro this flying model of the Millennium Falcon, which Hans Solo once bragged made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs… can now be yours to fly indoors.

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HexBug Robotic Creatures

Innovation First has just showcased its latest robotic creations the HexBug at New York city’s toy fair. The new HexBug Ant Micro and HexBug Nano Newton have transparent exoskeletons and are powered by two small button cell batteries which provides them with the power scurry around like real bugs.

The Ant Micro has touch sensors on its nose and tail allowing it to avoid objects in its path whereas the Nano Newton is equipped with 12 legs and looks like a tiny robotic Caterpillar.

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The Bigtrak Is Back As The Bigtrak Jr

If you are as old as me, then you will probably remember one of the coolest toys from the 1980’s, the Bigtrak, although I didn’t actually manage to get my hands on one when I was a kid.

The Bigtrak was an autonomous robot with six wheels, and it could be programmed to move around wherever you wanted using the built in keypad and programming up to sixteen different steps.

The Bigtrak Is Back As The Bigtrak Jr

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iPhone Lego Steering Wheel

Lego has been having a bumper period lately with stocks of its kits running low both online and in store worldwide. But it versatility always amazes me with the designs that are produce with a kit.

This fantastic mini LEGO iPhone steering wheel, constructed from technic LEGO pieces is definitely one of the best applications I have seen for a while. Check out the video below.

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