A collection of Otis’s most derptacular moments.
From a 1980 kids computer book. Takeaway: We live in the future.
We’ve come so far.
Your eyes do not deceive you.
And if they do, you can wear these video glasses.
These You Vision Video Glasses are pretty much the closest you can get to having cameras as eyeballs! They shoot HD video from the perspective of your eyes with a slot for a micro SD and USB.
The Wii U!
I had made a previous post about how I hadn’t played the new system yet, and was wondering how it was and if it was worth the money.
A friend of mine read the post and decided to take me along with him to play his brother’s Wii U.
At first, I must’ve had a Q&A session about the system before completely understanding it.
I really enjoyed its social apps and infact, the games themselves.
I was never a mii fan, and felt highly offended when it snapped my picture to create my character and instead it must’ve replaced me with lady gaga on her worse days..…
Continuing, I found the games quite fun with a social group and very entertaining! I would see this console as a party game when we are all drunk!
But, it comes down to the real question… Would I but it?
Not really. Coming from a competitive background, I don’t see myself spending time on those particular games without feeling bored and lonely after a couple of rounds. Like I said, I would need a social group to amount for it.
Perhaps if I had a couple of siblings or more parties, this system could actually play a big role… But for now, sorry Nintedo, it’s a no!
What’s your sign?
Bartenders beware: A robotic drink-dispensing rig is aiming to steal your customers while pouring cocktail creations at the push of a touchscreen button. Its creators call it Bartendro. Operated through an iPad interface, the open source, synthetic Al Swearengen holds up to 15 bottles of beverage plumbed into custom-designed, Raspberry Pi-controlled pumps. It’s capable of mixing dozens of drinks, including black Russians, Kahlua mudslides, or almost any other classy beverage of your choosing. (via This Open Source Robot Bartender Pours the Perfect Mix | Wired Design | Wired.com)