Infinite Realms is Kickstarter, software designed to work with flat-screen TVs laid face up or with projectors pointing down.
You'll be forgiving to think you've stumbled onto one of those Kickstarters designed to help you enjoy or survive in the wilderness through clever modern tech.
Megavoid Studios has plans to bring new technology into play with fully interactive 2D and 3D tabletop projected maps.
As a result of rummaging around the patent archives, Crucial has been able to commission concept art of the more interesting ideas they surfaced.
Brass, wood and jetpacks; that's what the Rocketeer uses to bring advanced 1930s technology to life.
Well done on Tockr for betting on The Wheel of Time. The American brand's homepage is currently showcasing this great looking watch.
We may be onto the next generation of cartography tools. The third generation of solutions supports multiple views and is smart enough to auto-populate the maps with sensible and context details.
It's hard to name a more famous anime vehicle than Akira's motorbike. Does the castle count in Howl's Moving Castle? What about the flyer in Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind?
This system creates maps, 2.5D rooms and even first-person perspectives by either the traditional way or by asking for a new space in the dungeon, hotel, forest, etc.
Instantly recognizable from writings on legendary items such as the One Ring, the script of Tengwar was created by the ancient Elf Fëanor and eventually replaced the runelike Cirth to become the text of choice for Elvish languages such as Sindarin: the language featured on this set.