No time to make coffee? Not in the mood to wait in line at Starbucks or Peets? The Textspesso may be the answer...
One geeky furniture builder achieves a new high score with this awesome table that resembles a giant wooden Nintendo controller. Oh, and it totally works!
Chess not your thing? This 3D-printable chess set that turns into mech characters might change your mind.
In this unique art project, a hacked Kinect helps translate singing into light patterns.
Bored with performing traditional BMX tricks on your bike? Impress your friends with Turntable Rider.
This Arduino-powered gelatinous goo plays music when you touch it. Awesome!
Take two turn tables and some odds and ends, and you can make a pretty nifty drawing contraption.
Using virtual reality, you can get even more immersed in the Elder Scrolls universe.
A poster at this year's SXSW could play music with just a touch.
Want to herald your guest's arrival with a triumphant fanfare instead of a boring traditional doorbell? The MP3 DJ Doorbell is for you.
Label your cables in style with these acrobatic tags. (Awww, how cute.)
Robots and Lego? Somebody pinch me! A game on Kickstarter will let you build robots out of Lego and battle your friends for galactic supremacy.
One robot hobbyist developed a boxing robot that you can control with a Kinect-like motion tracking system.
A group of robotics fans wants to build a battle robot arena; you can help them get there.
Microsoft develops a form of 3D computing that uses a transparent screen and Kinect motion-traction technology.