Zapit’s GameWave lets six play

Here’s a look at some hardware and software for the DVD medium.

Game Wave from Zapit Games, stand-alone unit, $110.99. The interactive DVD “set-top” game has been updated with help from this slick digital video station, which enables up to six contestants to use their own controllers and challenge one another in a virtual game show.


Canada Builds Video Army

Soldiers preparing to deploy to Afghanistan may soon begin training on the military simulator, developed by U.S. company Alliance Cyberspace and its Toronto-based partner Nytric.


A Real Fun Job

Toy Inventors often bubble with excitement at what they have created.

When you’re reaching for Aspirin this week to deal with the wazoos and whistles, bangs and whizzes that came from under the Christmas tree, know that somewhere out there is a happy toymaker.

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