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Real Murder XBox 360 controller is gruesome

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on September 19th, 2010

Maybe video games aren’t so violent. This controller is far more frightening than any game I’ve ever played. The Real Murder Controller is an Xbox 360 controller which is covered in bloodsplatters. The right stick is even soaked in blood and it even has a set of 9mm bullet ABXY buttons.

There’s also a special 8-mode rapid fire modification. I guess with this controller it really feels like you have been in a fight. The Real Murder Controller is $125 of ugly and violence in the palm of your hand.

Piezoelectric Nanowires could power your future iPod with blood

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on March 29th, 2009

Piezoelectric NanowiresA world where gadgets are powered by blood? It could happen sooner then you think. It won’t be long until our gadgets are full fledged living entities soon after that. Maybe. In a not too distant future Piezoelectric nanowires may reside in our blood vessels. They would use the energy created by blood flow to power gadgets. Stuff like pacemakers, iPods, anything designers can dream up really.

It sounds pretty amazing, but the reality is that it may cause some sort of new diseases in our bodies or make us more susceptible to them. These things never work out the way you think. If it happens at all, it won’t be for a long long time hopefully.

Resident Evil / Red Cross blood drive

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on March 5th, 2009

Resident Evil / Red Cross blood driveDon’t get too excited, this isn’t an add-on. Capcom is partnering up with the Red Cross for a good cause and hosting a blood drive on March 13th, the day when Resident Evil 5 launches.

Those who buy a copy of the game at the World of Wonder gallery on Hollywood Boulevard can also donate blood from 11am to 5pm. So I’m assuming that means they’ll at least give you a cookie too, so you won’t be all disoriented. It’s a win/win situation. Kill some zombies and save some lives. Donors can even win prizes.