Since after revealing the 4-meter (13′) tall real-life Transformers robot a couple of years ago, J-Deite seems to have quieten down. Perhaps, it is time to nurture the next-generation inventor of Transformers robots? Well, nurture you can with the Robosen T9. T9 is the evolution of the mind-blowing auto transforming remote control “Transformers” we saw […]
Good news and also bad news for super fans of Pokémon. The good news is, adidas Pikachu slides are here and they cost just 20 bucks. The bad news is, you can’t wear it unless you are a child or have very tiny feet.
Robot is, without doubt, the future. You can prepare your young ones for this future by giving them a head start in STEM education which LEGO wants to be part of, with the upcoming LEGO Mindstorms Robot Inventor 5-in-1 Set – first addition to LEGO Mindstorms theme in seven years.
You heard about how some law enforcement agencies use lie detector to catch if a suspect is lying. Thanks to Elekit, you can experience being put through a lie detector test without becoming a suspect.
There are shoes and there are fun shoes like the Suns Shoes. On the get go, Sun Shoes look like any old shoes, but it actually has a sunny side to it and that is changing color. The proprietary material reacts to the ultraviolet wavelength from the sun, thus allowing the shoe to change colors […]
Leave the wonderful toys like Transformers to the grown ups and grab a STEM-worthy toy like the Elekit Buildable Cyborg Hand MR-9112 for your kids. Why? Because, you want them to have a head start in learning. Wait. Scratch that. I think this cyborg hand may tickle the fancy of adults too.
Here’s a new Star Wars collectible from Hasbro that no fans of the galaxy’s most fearsome bounty hunter, Boba Fett, should miss. It is yet another Hasbro Star Wars: The Black Series Boba Fett Electronic Helmet.
Kids, being a restless bunch, won’t do well during quarantine. You have to constantly keep them occupied. If you have run out of ideas how to keep your restless love occupied, IKEA Russia may have some ideas.
Good news, Chinese folklore enthusiasts. LEGO has just revealed the toy maker’s first ever Chinese-inspired theme sets based on the legendary Monkey King from the classic work from the 16th century novel, Journey to the West by Ming Dynasty-era novelist and poet Wu Cheng’en (吴承恩).
If you have a thing for movie vehicles like yours truly do, you will want to check out Playmobil Scooby-Doo Mystery Machine. OK. Maybe not if you super anal about accuracy because, somehow, this Playmobil’s iteration looks too much like the original A-Team van. Maybe its just me.