Toys Playing with Toy-Size Apple Gadgets Will Make You Either Sneer or…

Toys playing with their own overly-engineered, brand-name, Apple gadgets is what could probably be called—quite accurately—the pinnacle of pretension. Still, anything made miniature is automatically cool. And these tiny iPods, iPads, iPhones, and MacBooks are no exception. Not even when Woody from Toy Story is posed… » 7/13/12 9:40pm 7/13/12 9:40pm

Disneyland Fan Builds a Working Version of the Main Street Electrical…

There are some truly devoted Disneyland fans out there who visit so often they know every single detail about the park. But seemingly none are as devoted as Alex George, who can now visit the park whenever he's home thanks to this awesome miniature version of the Main Street Electrical Parade in his living room. » 5/07/12 8:51am 5/07/12 8:51am

Miniature Shopping Carts Let You Play Bag Lady Barbie

Have you ever wanted to know what it was like to be a shopping cart-type homeless person? If you did, the Korean store IdeaTopic offeres miniature shopping carts that not only roll around, but fit into each other just like real carts. In fact, if you buy enough, you can even make-believe you're going on a cart run at… » 9/25/07 4:10pm 9/25/07 4:10pm

Halo 3 Scarab Toy is the Best Stroller Ever

If playing with Halo replica guns is quite beneath you, then check out this battle-damaged Halo 3 scarab. It measures 24 x 24 x 20 inches (large enough to put a small baby on), is covered in Covenant-purple paint, and is the biggest miniature that WizKids has ever made. In the game, it's "highly resistant to human and… » 7/26/07 6:20pm 7/26/07 6:20pm

CES 2007: Microvision to Debut Miniature Projector

From the department of redundancy department, Microvision has announced today that they will be unveiling (announcing) a prototype miniature digital projector at CES next week. This projector is small (see picture above) and is designed to fit in handheld electronic device such as cellphones, PDAs or other multimedia… » 1/04/07 4:12pm 1/04/07 4:12pm

RCA EZ105 Small Wonder Tiny Ass Camcorder

The EZ105 is RCA's latest attempt at miniaturizing consumer electronics. This "Small Wonder" is a camcorder that can record up to 60 minutes of video or 30 minutes of "high quality" video on its integrated memory. Don't expect HD level quality, but good enough quality to pull off that voyeur movie that you have always… » 11/30/06 3:04pm 11/30/06 3:04pm

Miniature Projector Developed for Miniature Home Theatre

A team at the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany has developed this sugar-cube sized digital video projector capable of displaying video/images at traditional sizes. This projector uses a single mirror to display the footage. There is a limited color range because it can only work with red and blue lasers—green lasers… » 9/19/06 10:35am 9/19/06 10:35am