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Expert Lego builder Sariel managed to impress us a few months ago with his fully-articulated robotic arm, and he's now back with a particularly well-timed project: a foosball table built entirely out of Lego. While it's not fully automated (and therefore ineligible for the Robo Cup), it does use so

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Remember that viral video being made for the then secret Nokia N8 codenamed Vasco? The one leaked in a tweet. Well, here it is, a mixture of impressive foosball skill and even more impressive CGI animation. Was it worth the wait?

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It's not quite as elaborate as some foosball tables we've seen, but this new rig from 2eleven will no doubt attract its fair share of attention nonetheless and, unlike some of those other units, it's actually pre-built. While there doesn't seem to be a complete breakdown of all its intricacies, the

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Highly modified foosball tables are a dime a dozen, but this contraption could easily be mistook for some sort of Martian gaming machine at first glance. Dreamed up and crafted by designer Chelpa Ferro, this Tota Treme Terra looks to be a vanilla foosball table with an artsy overhead light and a ho

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Finally, your dreams of a constant foosball opponent have become a startling reality. Some clever DIY-types have come up with a solution for how to fill all those long, lonely nights -- a computer-controlled foosball table. The premise is simple: servos coupled with a micro-controller operate the a

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God vs. Lucifer. Mother Teresa vs. Jack the Ripper. Mary Poppins vs., um, Vlad the Impaler. And Christopher Robin vs. Pol Pot? Finally, we can act out our favorite epic battles of good vs. evil in what's surely the most legendary arena of them all: foosball. This is Eleven Forty's The Opus, a preci

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Sure, capping off a hard-fought round of Airhockey over a distance with a shifty hat trick elicits a great deal of satisfaction (or disdain), but sometimes we prefer to one on one, up close and personal. Coming from nowhere other than South Korea, IR Robot has unveiled a clever hybrid of foosball

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