The Coleco Chameleon is a video game console promising to take a stand against downloadable content (DLC) by shipping non-upgradeable cartridge games just like systems from the 1980s and 1990s. Unfortunately, the Chameleon may never see the light of day.
The brand new video game console, Coleco Chameleon, made its public debut at the New York Toy Fair this weekend. Although the system spent most of the convention behind a glass enclosure, it easily ran through short demoes of old classic games and new retro-style games created by indie developers.
This baby panther chameleon was just born, and it’s already breaking us with its cuteness.
A chameleon's tongue is nearly two times the length of its body and it can shoot out that slimy sticky thing at 41 g, roughly four times the maximum acceleration of a fighter jet, with deadly quick accuracy: its tongue can reach its prey in 0.07 seconds. Basically, it's an insane, superpower-like weapon to have.
Godzilla is known for his atomic breath, a weaponized nuclear exhalation that forms deep inside the beast's belly. There aren't any animals who turn their mouths into radioactive heat rays, but there are lots who throw, spit, project, or heave things from their mouths. Here are five amazing real life mouth weapons.
Chameleons are famous for changing color in order to blend in with their surroundings. This little guy doesn't really need to, though; at just an inch long he's the smallest chameleon in the world.
Introduce your munchkin to the world of science and technology. Nerding out kids starts early!
The Shogun Bros. Chameleon X-1 Mouse is just like a regular mouse with 7 buttons and a scroll wheel. Well, until it's not. Once you flip the mouse over, there's a full-fledged, Playstation-like game controller underneath. Best of both worlds?
While it won't cast enough light to read by, Huey the chameleon lamp would make a great night-light. Like a true chameleon, he adapts to his environment and glows in the same color as whatever's underneath him.
With so many bars, wires and knobs, this Swedish Chameleon DSLR Rig looks more like a torture tool than anything else. In reality, it's a $3500 tool used to give photographers and filmmakers insane stability and a sick level of customization.
The high end Chameleon product costs $10,000 and is targeted towards government offices that really need to protect secrets and are willing pay. It works by learning the unique way that a user's eye jumps around while reading, called their "gaze pattern", and calibrates the text on screen to match. To anyone else, the…
Nikita Buyanov was commissioned to design a series of conceptual, female-oriented laptops for HP/Intel, and the Chameleon kind of rocked our world. But we still consider ourselves men.
Soon all soccer moms will be James Bonds, changing the color of their car with the flip of a switch. That's because
Nissan is developing a paramagnetic iron oxide paint polymer. Using an electrical charge, the arrangement of iron oxide crystals can be tweaked, adjusting the car's color. (It just so happens that…
Taking a nosedive into absurdity and back, we bring you the USB-powered eye-rolling chameleon, and it's not even a storage device like that mutt humping the USB port that robbed us all of our precious dignity earlier this week. No sir, no such prurient mirth here. This is just a plug-in USB ornament that rolls its…