Since early 2013 Nvidia has announced three different Nvidia Shields, the latest being the Android console that debuted at GDC earlier this week. At this rate they're going to need a lot of help coming up with new things to call Shield. That's where you come in.
I might not be all that impressed by the latest entry in Nvidia's Shield arsenal, but I appreciate the company's tenacity, loving that name so much they change which product is technically called it every year or so. And despite his propensity for dad-type jokes (he even reminds me of my dad a little), I appreciate the enthusiasm with which CEO Jen-Hsun Huang holds them up on stage.
But what's he going to hold up enthusiastically next year, or the one after that? All we know is that it will run Android and stream games, but aside from that it could be anything. A cat. A teacup. Deborah Harry.
Your job is to peer into the future and show us the next, next next or next next next Nvidia Shield. Find a nice shot of the boss holding up something Shield-like (here's a Google image search to get you started) and show us the future of the Nvidia Shield. You have until Saturday morning, when the next Nvidia Shield will probably be announced.
How To Upload Images — Instructions
1. Create your 'Shop and save it to your desktop. Images must be at least 636 pixels wide. If they aren't, you will be shot.
2. Go to the bottom of this post
3. This brings up a comment window. Click
4. This brings up Click "Choose file" if you're uploading your 'shop from your desktop
5. Alternatively, you can upload the 'Shop to a free image hosting service. I suggest imgur. Then paste the image's URL into the field that says "Image URL." Note: this must be the URL of the image itself, not the page where it is displayed. That means the URL ends in .jpg, .gif, .png, whatever.
6. Add editorial commentary and hit submit and your image will load. If it doesn't, upload the image to imgur and paste the image URL as a comment. I promise I will look at it.
7. Large-size images may not upload properly, though we have seen some big-ass animated .gifs upwards of 5 MB. If you're still having trouble uploading the image, try to keep its longest dimension (horizontal or vertical) under 1000 pixels, or the whole thing under 2 MB.