If grown-ups can have flashier, fancier toys as the years go by, why not kids? Sega's latest games machine will in arcades... as well as car dealership waiting room, and real estate offices. It's not any old regular video game, though -- it's an interactive sandbox that projects images based on what players are building. Sega calls it "Eederu Sunaba" or Picture Appears! Sandbox (a loose translation, but hey), and it's equipped with sensors that can determine the height differences on the surface of the (non-sticky) sand, along with a projector to make the magic happen. If a kid (or an adult -- no judgment here) piles up sand to make a hill, the projector beams an image that makes it look like it's covered in grass, or even in snow if the hill's tall enough to be a mountain.