If you can wait to get your hands on one of Apple’s new iPad’s, you could always build your own from Lego, like Flickr user Jmenomeno did, and he has even made it so you can swap the Lego screens on the Lego iPad.
Although Pokémon was popular in the 1990’s, there is no denying that for many the Pokémon franchise has managed to garner more than its fair share of fanatics that still take interest in the latest Pokémon Company releases. The Pokémon franchise is second only to the Mario Series in Nintendo game success, so Pokémon products are still wildly popular.
If you are looking for something a little different for your pad then this innovative eco-friendly Blow Sofa would definitely be a talking point with guests. The concept is a simple furniture prototype shown at D3 design talents during the imm cologne 2010 International furniture show.
The inflatable d20 was designed for fans of the Dungeons and Dragons game. Dungeons and Dragons was one of the first fantasy role-playing game to capture the attention of millions. Today, around 20 million people play Dungeons and Dragons. The game uses the art of miniature war games and one of the most important elements of the game is the d20.
Good news for all our readers who use Facebook, Geeky Gadgets has finally got around to setting up a Facebook fan page, sorry it took so long we should have had one a lot earlier.
The guys over at Retro Thing have released their own version of the classic joystick, and this version looks pretty cool as it is made from clear plastic, whats even cooler is when you plug it in it lights up with a blue LED glow that illuminates the inside of the joystick.
To celebrate Pacman’s 30th anniversary, one website is producing kitchen cleaning sponges that look like Pacman. The sponges are shaped like yellow Pacman characters.
I’m sure you’ve all heard of geo-tagging, the method of adding map coordinates to photographs and gadgets to use positional markers. Well this reverse geo-caching gift box uses the same technology but can only be opened once positioned within the set coordinates i.e once the longitude and latitude match the contents can be accessed.
Excellent if you would like to keep something secure within your office or use it as a unique gift with a twist.
We have seen quite a few different pieces of video game themed furniture here at Geeky Gadgets, like the cool NES controller coffee table, the latest one is this fun Pac-Man bookcase.
The Pac-Man Book case would l0ok great in any geeks apartment, although it seems like you would need a fair amount of space as it looks pretty big from the photos.
We have seen quite a few different MacBook decals here at geeky gadgets, the latest one will appeal to all the Vee Dub fans out there, the VW Camper Van MacBook Decal.
If you are an Apple fan and would like a very unique piece of furniture to furnish your gadget pad. These funky iTables shaped like iPods are sure to be a conversation starter.
The iTables have been designed by Italian Mirko Ginepro for the Milan Design Week.
The guys over at T-Post have created a fun augmented reality t-shirt, that will let you play Rock, Paper Scissors in front of your PC with augmented reality.
The Rock, Paper Scissors T-shirt is the work of design Marc Stromberg, you can see the video of it in action below, it certainly is a very clever idea.