Google usually does a pretty good April Fools’ joke; they aren’t actually trying to trick anyone, and so it’s OK with me that they do it as long as it’s actually good comedy. And this year’s definitely is, and it pokes fun at Kinect. The joke is a new product called Gmail Motion: Continue reading
While most people cringe at the thought of destroying money, Brooklyn-based tattoo artist Scott Campbell sees it as the perfect medium to showcase his impressive skill set. By laser-cutting each dollar individually with surgeon-like precision, then arranging them into 100-dollar stacks, Campbell creates highly detailed pieces that are almost too bizarre to believe. In essence, he destroys to create. Continue reading
Expectations are huge for the Nintendo 3DS– the just-released handheld system that has an amazing 3D display. I recently sat down with some experts, who are all SUPER SMART, to discuss the implications of this monumental release. Here are some of the changes they’ve suggested we can expect in the coming weeks as the 3DS permeates our popular culture.
1. Glasses: A Relic of the Past!
3DS games are in 3D, but not like you’re used to. You don’t have to wear those ridiculous red and blue glasses! Where does the 3D come from, if not glasses? The answer might be wizards. No one knows. Continue reading