Yuta Sugiura has created what could be one of the most awesome ways to terrorize your kids—if you're into that kind of thing. She's developed a very clever app that lets a camera-equipped smartphone breathe life and interactivity into a stuffed animal, without having to modify it in any way besides finding a way to…
The second anniversary of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami is quickly approaching, and the country—public and private sectors alike—is doing everything it can to be prepared for the next disaster. Simply being prepared for the worst is vitally important, and, while stuffed animals are often handed out as a way to…
When you're a kid, sometimes the only friend you have is a stuffed animal. It's always with you—when you eat, when you sleep, when you play—and all those years take a toll on a fake teddy bear! These pictures show the after effects of teddy bears and stuffed animals who were loved too much. It's a little heartbreaking?
You probably had a teddy bear as a kid, or some other stuffed animal. We all did. There's nothing wrong with that, right? Not here in the real world (probably) but according to the short film Tufty, you've got some blood on your hands.
If you go out in the woods today, you're sure of a big surprise. For every bear that ever there was, will gather there for certain because—well, because they've all been recycled into rugs.
Touted as a responsible robot bartender, SOBEaR is a DIY teddy bear with a built-in breathalyzer that'll only dispense liquor depending on how drunk you are.
If you hate backseat drivers, fluffy animals, and people calling you out about your drinking problem, you will definitely want to steer clear of the teddy bear navigation system being cooked up by iX research corporation. The bear gives directions, but it will also critique your driving by saying phrases like "watch…
A Teddy Bear MP3 player is not exactly a new idea, but Baby Bidou's sleek junior version, in pink and blue, will allow France's tech-savviest toddlers to drool to 128MB of MP3s and OGG Vorbis files, with flickering lights reacting to the rhythm and an integrated mono speaker.
So cute. So small. So Tomy. This Teddy Bear MP3 player has aboue 128MB of storage—just enough for the latest Hilary Duff album—and may pose a choking hazard. It will cost about $78 in Japan when it's launched this March. One AA battery offers 8 hours of saccharine play time.