Kenji Ishida is the brains behind this incredible transforming robot. Brave Robotics released an earlier version back in June that shape-shifted from car to humanoid mode in about 14 seconds. Now, the Japanese company is back with some updates that you don't want to miss.
To understand wine takes a connoisseur who's sipped enough fermented grapes to know the difference between a bottle from 1947 and a 2005. But to understand that this half-ton Transformers-esque wine rack is the most kick-ass bottle holder ever created? Everybody can see that it's so.
This video of a pint-sized version of a Transformer exceeded my expectation. Up until now, we've seen giant statues made out of junk, or some spectacular toys that look good but can't do much without help from their humans. This car not only transforms into a robot with appealing ease, but it comes out swinging, too.
Filled with memories of Japan-mania, video games and the rise of manga and anime outside of Asia, the 1980s truly were a time for nurturing geeks. Most importantly, the '80s birthed the NES, Game Boy and The Transformers — all significant to my childhood geekdom. That's probably why we're overcome with nostalgia over this kick-ass Game Boy transformer made out of Lego with matching transforming Tetris game cartridge. It's a hell of an homage to the classics.
A city without dedicated bike lanes is a biker's worst nightmare. It means weaving in and out of car traffic and putting your own life in danger unless you wear a reflective vest. Always be seen on the streets with this bicycle that gives the driver a seat above traffic.
People love foldable stuff. Why? Because it takes up less space and is makes carrying gear easier. But, a foldable row boat? Damn right, two product designers created a pair of foldable row boats. Now, I can finally conquer any river I want, wherever I'm at.
We've been following the developments over at BPG Motors for a while. But now they've upped the ante with the Uno III, which converts on the go Transformers style into a three wheeled motorcycle.
The Line Phone is a concept phone that hails from China and won the gold award at the 2010 Furong Cup "Digital Product and Service Design Competition." Well, it deserved to win the gold. The phone is so adaptive, we're still stoked after watching this video three times.
Working sure is boring. Luckily, there are so many things around to distract us from boring jobs. But what if you want more than the internet can offer? You know, something you can actually pick up and play with? This...
One 'bot builder showed off an interesting transformer, the OmniZero 9, at the 16th annual Robo-One competition in Toyoma, Japan. We're used to robots turning into cars and such — and the OmniZero can indeed roll thanks to wheels on...