If you don't remember Construx, don't feel bad. It simply means you probably weren't a child of the 1980s, arguably one of the best times ever to be a kid. Available from 1983 to about 1988, Construx was Fisher-Price's answer to Lego, but it allowed kids to quickly build larger structures using beams and connectors,…
The Airsoft pellet gun, in this case a 9mm replica, sits atop a Construx base and can be sighted with a webcam and aimed and fired with a Wiimote. It's like a mashup of our favorite things! [The Capacity]
The drinkin' tinkerers over at Instructables created the Serv O'Beer to interpret a "pouring" motion with an iPhone into a real, albeit foamy, beer. What an age we live in!