Last week we asked you which furniture you thought made the best home for your TV, and we got a ton of responses. We've combed through the stacks of options to find your most nominated, and outlined them below. Now it's time to vote by starring your favorite.
All those Rokus, plasma screens, and next-gen consoles you have need a place to live, so which piece of furniture provides them the best home? We're looking forward to seeing which features matter most to you, as well as learning about some great new options.
The best part about this Kinect-powered armchair? Microsoft's going to release the source code for it. Shown off today at the company's MIX11 coder symposium, the Kinect-powered La-Z-Boy is a proof of concept for the Kinect PC software development kit, which will open up development over Visual Basic and C++.
The original Nintendo Entertainment System controller is a thing of beauty, an exercise in simple elegance and efficiency. Apparently that's exactly what Reddit user Cybergern's friend Jocke was looking for in a coffee table, so he built this.
Matt, the guy who built the stunning, giant-size Nintendo Entertainment System coffee table we showed you about a month ago, just listed his masterpiece on eBay. Bids open at $400.
Having sufficiently mourned the passing of that pinball machine you've nurtured over the years, until it finally, irrevocably gave up its blinking ghosts, it's now time to move on and celebrate the good times.
Classy coffee tables are classy, but also boring. What they need is exactly what this one has: a cleverly-disguised set of professional arcade cabinet components.
Somehow I went from discussing reviewing the neat little bean bag chairs Sumo provides to events like the recent Penny Arcade Expo East to having a seven foot by six foot Sumosac Gigantor in my living room.
Way back in early September during the Penny Arcade Expo, Kotaku alumnus Adam Barenblat and I met Robert Gifford, a man who thinks gamers of all kinds deserve to have nice gaming furniture. Stuff not to be embarrassed of.
Finally a solution for gamers who want to game but just don't have the upper body strength to support their own arms.
WebUrbanist has compiled an interesting list of game-themed furniture that includes everything from Pac-Man chairs to fully-enclosed gaming pods.