Japan invents game console you can play with one finger

Oh, Japan! You never fail to disappoint with your downright-crazy gadgets. Today's import from the Far East is the Tuttuki Bako, a video game box with a hole on the side for your finger to go in. Don't get any dirty ideas, now.

When you slip your finger inside the box, a digital representation of it appears on the screen. You can then use your finger to interact with games, such as playing with a tiny panda, tormenting a little stick figure, or, uh, stroking a girls face. Not creepy at all! The little box will sell for $30 in Japan, but I'm sure you can find it online for import if you really want to try it out.

Bandai, via CrunchGear