Feeling lonely? Let this telepresence robot be your friend--quite literally.
This mod allows you to connect your NES console and phone together using Bluetooth and Arduino. Let the games begin!
You may never be able to have Ladyada's workshop, but support this project on Lego Cuusoo, and you can at least have a toy representation of it.
One high school student decided to recreate Mario out pieces of paper, using stop motion. The result is pretty impressive.
Think QR codes are a little lame? One Korean supermarket has figured out a way of making them cool and good for business.
Why make a meal yourself when you could create a gadget to do it instead? Ben Heck made a clever mod capable of stirring pots.
Check out this robot, made to fish out (get it?) pollution in the ocean or ports. It also gives bloggers an excuse to make really bad puns.
If you think your juggling tricks are impressive, think again. This robotic arm nails it using just one hand.
If Twitter is your chosen platform for airing opinions on political matters, this robot will help you get your message out literally in front of the White House.
This remote presence robot shows how technology can help people in the most difficult of positions lead a more normal life.
Finally, technology could help people learn sign language effectively, thanks to a glove covered in sensors.
Wish using your phone could be made even more convenient on the move? Check out this glove that’s actually a phone.
What happens when you cross Tesla coils, a mad scientist and a dash of steampunk? A weapon you could only image in a video game, brought to life!