June 24, 2020 Monika Thakur

Gamers, if you were waiting for Sony’s next-gen PlayStation 5, you’ll be glad to know that the brand has unveiled the home video game console recently. The best part is that it’s so much more than you might have imagined. After the launch of this groundbreaking gaming console, many gamers are seeing it as the future of video gaming. At the launch, the company showcased some of the upcoming games in their hi-resolution glory. Some of these include classics like Sackboy: A Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, Resident Evil game called Village, the long-awaited follow-up to Horizon: Zero Dawn called…

August 7, 2012 Gaurav Sood

Microsoft is hard at work since 2008 in developing an advanced wearable computer system that functions as a wearable electromyography-based computer controller which can be worn as an armpad, wristwatch, shirt, gloves or eyeglasses. This is just the infancy stage of wearable computing technology which can have many other applications other than just controlling games like controlling music player, television, game consoles and more. The Wearable Electromyography-Based Controller is directly attached to the user for sensing and decoding electrical signals created by human muscular activity by the Electromyography (sEMG) sensors which provide the necessary electrical signal for controlling computing devices….

June 22, 2012 Bharat

It’s difficult to be the #1 RPG on iTunes, but if the game is something as chic as the Style Me Girl – the world’s first 3D fashion game for mobile i.e., then you know half the battle is won. Developed by Hong Kong-based startup Frenzoo, the game to up our lifestyle courtesy 3D has accumulated over 1 million downloads since its launch some two weeks back. (more…)

March 5, 2010 Gaurav Sood

NES is the most popular gaming console ever made by Nintendo that hit the market two decades back. If you own one and it has started showing age-factor, then Ricepuppet has some nice custom ideas to transform it into a new one. The scratches that have appeared on the skin by throwing the console on the ground can be neatly veiled by hand-made customs done with accurate precision in paintjob technique. Hence, if you liked the idea of getting your NES tinted in Metroid color, then you can place your order here. (more…)

March 5, 2010 Gaurav Sood

Don Sturrock’s computer gaming desk is the new inspiration for gaming freaks. He didn’t waste much time on materializing his idea. Using Kee Lite aluminum pipe fittings and pipe and parts from Sketchup Library of Simplified Building, he built a structure that can support the monitor, keyboard, mouse, and chair. The chair looks comfortable with an adjustable monitor holder and footrest. It might be lacking the luxurious shine, but the creativity is appreciable. (more…)