Kuka Robot Arms are usually used to assemble cars but in this instance, it will be used to bend and twist to correspond with the specific points that users want to light up. To complete the sculpture, there needs to be 54,000 different points of light in all.
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Halo Reach is one of the most anticipated games of the year for the Xbox 360. Now it has been leaked nearly a month ahead of its September 14th launch date. As you already know, Halo is one of the best selling game franchises for the console.
Game-tut.com allegedly managed to get a copy of the game from Microsoft’s servers and made it available for download through torrents. Gamers have already uploaded several videos on YouTube, if you want some spoilers. The official launch is September 14th.
Microsoft has a history of making special edition Xbox 360 consoles to celebrate games like Halo. With the new Halo: Reach game coming soon a new branded and limited edition Xbox 360 has been unveiled.
The new bundle is called the Halo: Reach bundle and it features a customized version of the new slim Xbox 360. The console is silver in color and has Halo-reach graphics and sound effects from the Halo universe.
Summer. It’s a time of sun, fun, bikinis and…bike thieves. This concept from designer Steve Hunt looks just like a halo. It’s designed so that the connector cable is housed within the frame of the lock itself, which makes it harder for thieves to cut your cable.
The coolest feature however, is that Hunt wants to have an integrated wireless card inserted into the lock itself, so that when your bike gets stolen, the lock will notify you.
The Halo aliens look scary on screen. I mean these are some bad-ass aliens, huge aliens, in armor. With guns. Everytime I play, I thank god I’ve never seen the real thing. Now I have. And I have wet myself.
This costume is so realistic, it’s scary. The animatronic Halo Elite costume was created by effects artist Pete Mander and could easily be used in a movie. It’s over seven feet tall and took countless hours to build. The man is a genius.
It’s pretty obvious that this isn’t your typical store-bought Xbox 360. But it is special. It’s the millionth Xbox 360 to be sold in Australia and New Zealand. And that’s why the special effects guys at WETA got to have their way with it.
The end result is awesome, showing Master Chief blowing a hole right through the console. The man clearly came to kick ass and chew bubble gum, only to find himself out of bubble gum.
Samsung has revealed its Android 2.1 powered projector/mobile phone. Just like the Wave, this one is jam packed with features, including Wi-Fi, GPS, DivX and XviD support for videos, a 3.5mm headphone jack, 16 Gigs of internal memory and an 8 megapixel camera.
There’s also a large 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen and along with the Android OS Samsung has a “Specialized Projector UI”. The handset is called the i8520 or the Halo. Expect it to hit Europe in Q3 of this year.
Toyota is clearly out to capture the hearts of gamers with the Tacoma All-Terrain Gamer (ATG) concept. It’s a Toyota pickup with four, yes four Xbox consoles inside, a Warthog from Halo and a Monster energy drink dispenser to keep you going during your intense gaming marathons.
In the center cabin there are four 24″ LCD monitors from Samsung, which swing out to give each gamer their own display. Oh yeah and the outside is also cool to look at, despite all the action going on within.
I like the idea of wireless Bluetooth headphones for my iPhone. I would love to be able to listen to music and play games without having wires holding me back. The only part I don’t like is that most Bluetooth headphones are the on ear of over ear type rather than the earbud style I prefer.
We have talked about the Jabra Halo headphones before. Jabra first announced the Halo back in April. The company has now announced that the headphones will be sold exclusively through Best Buy stores.
I played with lots of Lego’s when I was a kid and my mom hated it. I always left the parts around where she would suck them up with the vacuum. I also got into more than one fight with my brother or friends over who got that last set of Lego wheels. You may have heard about the Lego alternative called Mega Bloks.
The company that makes Mega Bloks offers a line of Halo kits for fans of the games. The company is signing fans up to receive limited edition Halo Wars figures given away first come first serve. There will be 9,900 UNSC Steel Spartan figures given out.
It’s slightly ironic that on the same day we get details about Microsoft’s Project Natal, which provides hands-free gaming, we get word of this awesome Halo 3 ODST limited edition controller. It’s the big M’s way of saying, “You don’t need controllers anymore, but we’d like to really still milk these things for all their worth.
The Halo 3: ODST-themed controller comes with the $99 collector’s version of the game. How can you resist? It’s a Halo themed controller, after all. Get ‘em while you can. Soon controllers will be a thing of the past…Not really.
How long have Halo fans waited for these toys? You can now own your very own remote controlled Halo toys. That way, when you aren’t playing the game, it’s like you are playing a new one. There are 3 different toys available at the moment.
You can get the RC Mongoose with Master Chief, the Warthog with 2 figures and the IR Control Flying Hornet. The last one really flies and sadly the preorders are already sold out. The Hornet will cost you $38.99, the Warthog $ 23.99 and the Mongoose $ 23.99. They will all be officially available in August of this year.
Remember that rumored new Elite bundle with Halo 3 and Fable 2? It’s official. For $400 you get a 120GB Elite 360 with the two games. As we told you when this was but a rumor, that’s what the console by itself is selling for at the moment.
After hearing rumors that Microsoft was going to phase out the standard Elite and offer bundled “limited edition” models, we kinda knew this was for real. Go ahead and pick one up if you haven’t already played Halo 3 and Fable 2.
This may be nothing… but ArsTechnica has some info from a reliable source that Microsoft is preparing to ship a new Xbox 360 Elite. This one would come bundled with Halo 3 and Fable 2, while only costing $400. That’s what the console alone costs right now.
We recently heard rumors that Microsoft was going to phase out the standard Elite and offer bundled “limited edition” models, so the info fits.
Jabra has something new for the wireless music crowd with the announcement of its stereo Bluetooth HALO headphones. They have absolutely nothing to do with Master Chief. It will give you six hours of playback on a single charge, AVRCP support, Jabra’s Noise Blackout circuitry for improved quality when using it for calls, and micro-USB charging.
The HALO folds up for easy storage, which will also power it on and off. You may also want to check out the SP200 speakerphone, which will give you 10 hours of talk time, 23 days of standby, and active noise reduction. The HALO will arrive in May for $129.99, while the SP200 hits in April for $59.99.