There are two different competitions in this post. Both support this Kickstarter from UMD to produce a series of Kaiju themed memory sticks. The first competition is for anyone who backs the Kickstarter project with $2 or more. Leave a note when you donate that you came from Geek Native and you’ll have a chance […]
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These headphones are a custom job by Edge Works on deviant art. They began life as Aerial 7 Tank Headphones, described as good looking, comfortable and with massive 57mm drivers and then converted with sharpies into a “BioShock Infinite steampunked style”. What do you think? Time to take sharpies to your headphones?
Artist Andy Skinner decided to give his old laptop a facelift. He used Decoart Media and Mediums and this is the result. The Oxford based designer has managed to create a steampunk pirate style cover that turns the ageing laptop into a work of art. Impressive stuff. You can follow Andy on Google+.
This is a wonderful build. Sold by Artype on Etsy this handmade heart of wood, rubber, silver and cocobolo is a memory stick too. The design is superb. The tiny USB key pulls out from the wooden heart and into your machine. Okay, as it’s heart shaped it’s perhaps not the very best way to […]
Yesterday Amazon Canada published and then quickly pulled a listing for the Xbox One Media Remote. Oops. Today Amazon UK has a listing for the Official Xbox One Media Remote. Double Oops. At the time of this blog post going live the UK listing hasn’t been pulled. There’s no picture but the page describes the […]
This custom Dualshock 4 controller was created by /u/Scourge_of_Carpathia and shared to Reddit. It’s a little freaky. You can see the full build process on Imgur and the highlights are here below. Scourge says that it was fairly easy to get the controller open; 5 screws with 4 on the back and 1 inside. The […]
On paper and in these demos the Tegra K1 chip is impressive. We’ve got quadcore smartphones and things like 8-core PCs already – but this chip has 192. In other words it can turn your Android tablet into a machine with the same graphical oomph as your PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. But wait… is […]
This video features a guy holding a giraffe. It also showcases Razer’s latest piece of tech – which is software not hardware. The Android app allows gamers to use their smartphone to talk to any of their pals who are in-game with the Razer Comms PC client. The same app also allows gamers to reply […]
Google has a site called Chrome Experiments which showcases what is possible with creative code. The goal is to demonstrate open web tech like Canvas, WebGL and WebRTC. The latest such showcase is a project done in conjunction with The Hobbit film. It is the Abandoned Kingdom of the Dwarves: Erebor. Swipe your way through […]
This might not be straight out of Doctor Who but it’s very clever. It just goes to show what these quadcopter units can do. Okay, I’ve not counted all the blades… and, oh wait, there’s this landing issue. How does it land? Hats off to the Flyonix team for a cracking design and video.