Watch: Japan's Real-Life Transformer, 'The Hobbit' Gets Wasted and Super Mario's Urban Adventure

Watch: Japan's Real-Life Transformer, 'The Hobbit' Gets Wasted and Super Mario's Urban Adventure

Dec 06, 2012

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The Japanese robotics company Brave Robotics has created this miniature robot that transforms into a car. It has a built-in Wi-Fi camera allowing you to monitor it via a computer, and you can actually pick one up for the very reasonable price of $25,000. The company says it plans to build a full-sized transforming robot by 2030. [Design Taxi]

You didn't think The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey would escape the parody treatment, did you? Here, a gang of dwarves show up at Bilbo's house looking to take shots and get nutty, thanks to a little LFMAO and some alcohol. [Neatorama]

Here's an impressive (and comical) stop-motion short that pulls Mario out of his video game world and sticks him in a live-action urban environment where he's forced to rescue Princess Peach from Bowser. [Design Taxi]

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