Despite its size, builder Sariel's remote-controlled LEGO Batpod is quite impressive and full of tiny features.
It'll be hard to be a pet in a household where one of these smart, remote-controlled baby dino robots can run around freely. While the one in the clip is just an early prototype, Spin Master's robot dino will be able to perform a lot of cool tricks when it arrives sometime this fall.
There is a battlefield. And tanks. The multiplayer is local, and you use a wheel controller, a headset, and a monitor. But this is unlike anything else you might've seen before.
A couple months back a Minecraft enthusiast/do-it-yourselfer figured he needed improved seccurity in his apartment. "Unfortunately for me my building does not allow dogs so a big scary animal was not an option," he writes. Then, boom! he got this idea.
Reader Dan S. noticed that the MacFarlane Toys' Halo: Reach Warthog perfectly matched the chassis of one of his R/C vehicles. "The wheels started turning in my head," Dan says, "pardon the pun."