The game, called Airplane Mode by AMC (they of the Walking Dead) have created a flight simulator that isn’t exactly what you’d expect.(more…)
We first saw these little blocks a few years ago but the 2.0 version, called M-Blocks 2.0, are a sigh to behold. Created by CSAIL at MIT, the blocks work as a sort of hive-mind, reorganizing themselves in real time by spinning, reconnecting, and even jumping.(more…)
I’ve become, for some reason, a smart sex toy reviewer. This means that at any one time there are a number of devices in my already crowded house that can give humans pleasure using motors and pulleys. It also means you’re going to have to put up with an Autoblow AI review. NSFW, etc. but I’ll try to keep it PG-13.(more…)
Designed by Dieter Rams, this minimalist calculator made waves when it hit stores in 1986 and the reappeared, under a different guise, as the Apple iPhone calculator. Now, however, you can own a new version of this classic calc.(more…)
Hello, Dear Readers,
We’ve been running Knapsack for a few months now and we feel like we might be missing something: your input. I’d like to grab a few comments from you all about what you’re looking for in a gadget/gear site and what we’re missing.(more…)
As a new convert to higher-end audio gear, I was curious about headphone pre-amps and DACs. While I haven’t yet dropped $5,000 on a set of speaker cables, I am willing to give some things a try.
My first purchase? An Asgard 2 from Schiit Audio. First introduced in 2013, this headphone amp and pre-amp does one thing and does it well: you plug in your regular outputs – be they a computer or audio system or whatever – and listen to the sound on headphones. A pair of RCA outputs on the back let you pump the sound into powered speakers and a simple switch sets the gain – either 6db or 18db.(more…)