Don't blame the Brik Case if your productivity drops because you can't stop building structures, signs and "Star Wars" Lego battles on the top of your laptop.
Now kids can create personalized games using an iPad and a hackable computer in the shape of a bouncy ball.
This week on Crave we get to play with the Hackaball at the playround, find out what it would be like if Wes Anderson directed an X-Men movie and get a first look at the lava lamp of the future. It's psychedelic, man! All that and more on the Crave show.
Imagine being able to unfurl a specially designed set of foam mats and take a ride down your stairs. That's the idea behind SlideRider.
Disney Research may someday replace actors inside fuzzy costumes with fully robotic animatronic characters that will roam freely throughout its theme parks. We hope you know how to use a popcorn bucket or a mylar balloon as a defensive weapon.
Khail and Ashley aren't convinced that untethered robot characters roaming Disney theme parks is such a good idea. Plus, they explain how scientists grew a semi-working rat limb and discuss a shoe factory converted into a huge playground. #TDCharacter
The multiplayer game that uses real-world environments as its playground is now even more accessible -- as an app on our wrists.
Insanely popular with kids, the question-and-answer service thrives on anonymity, making it fun and dangerous.
As part of Vivid Sydney, photographers have the chance to get their hands on a range of new cameras and accessories at this weekend's Digital Playground.
The newest product from open-source hardware leader Adafruit Industries, the plushies are meant to enthrall the young hacker in your life.