Gizmodo Gallery '09 is in full swing in NYC, open daily now through Sunday. If you haven't swung by—or just can't because it's too far away—here are some of the attractions and interactions that you're missing:

One of a kind Thriller themed headphones.

Amazing geek gadget and console themed iPhone cases!

Classic arcade games! Some with beer kegs inside!

Near electrocution!

Magic Mirrors!

We have Beatles Rock Band going, the new Halo game—on a 103-inch Panasonic plasma TV.

Live musical Tesla lightning coils!

Palm, Apple, RIM, HTC and more: The greatest smartphones of our time, together in a live Battlemodo of your own devising.

MakerBot: The only open source 3D printer to play Daft Punk tunes.

The ChefStack machine spits out 200 pancakes per hour, all you do is add batter and press Start.

Apple created this console for Bandai in 1996—42,000 units sold, and the product was killed. Come marvel at Apple's biggest failure.

Feeling inspired? Why not make some magic on our Lego wall? We have 30,000 bricks at your disposal, and plenty of space left for your brick mastery.

Try your hand at shredding on the Prism Laser Synth-Guitar. It bleeps and bloops with the best noisemakers out there.

3D Etch-a-Sketch: All those linear childhood imaginations come to life, now in three dimensions.

The Jackoon Artbot spits roams around its canvas, dropping paint spots as it sees fit—ultimately acting like a robotic Jackson Pollock.

Pioneer's freshly unveiled CDJ-2000, the latest and greatest in CD Turntables. DJs, come give it a hands-on for yourselves.


There's a lot more on display than what you can see here, so try to make a trip down. If you really can't, take a look at some more fun stuff in the NY Times tour of Gizmodo Gallery.

Gizmodo Gallery 2009 Details
267 Elizabeth Street
New York, NY 10012

The Gallery is open now through this Sunday, September 27th

Hours of Operation:
9/25 Friday

9/26 Saturday
9-? - Live Musical Performance

9/27 Sunday

Read more about our Giz Gallery 09 here, follow @gizgallery on Twitter and see what else we'll be playing with at the event. And special thanks to Toyota's Prius — without their sponsorship, there would be no Gizmodo Gallery.