NES controller turned into a wallet

On June 4, 2012, in Geeky, by Mike Jefferson

NES was the most popular console in the 80’s, and if you are a fan of NES or if you had a NES when you were a kid, today we have a special geeky treat for you.


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There are people that simply enjoy in latest video games, but if you or your significant other has a thing for retro video games, today we have something special if you want to have a geeky wedding, and it is called Wedding Entertainment System.

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Geeky gadgets: Click Keypad watch

On December 14, 2011, in Gadgets, Geeky, by KLS

Why do geeks generally get excited by watches so much? Its probably not because we like the function that they deliver but the way it is delivered. For me, its the number of buttons and how awkward the process required is, in order to retrieve a bloody time reading.

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Combining technology and fashion together, one can produce interesting results, and if you remember the Sound Illuminating Dress we featured recently, you’re going to love this latest geeky dress.

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Built earlier this year by Casey Putsch of Putsch Racing. This is the only Batmobile created that makes fiction reality. It is powered by a military spec Boeing turboshaft engine driving the rear wheels through a semi automatic gearbox.

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QR coding is a pretty useful invention, and has plenty of applications but I personally never thought one would embrace technology to the point of imprinting them onto the back of a coin. Behold, the Royal Dutch Mint has produced what is the world’s first QR-coded coin to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the mint in Utrecht.

 

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Today most people use emails when it comes to communication, and rarely anyone uses good old-fashioned letters. But it doesn’t mean old traditional methods do not embrace technology, check out the Talking Recordable Envelopes.

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