That tinker-toy parking structure across from the Disney Concert Hall will be dismantled in the next few weeks to make way for the condos, retail, and skyscrapers of Frank Gehry's Grand Avenue project.
The waxes nostalgic on the 39-year-old structure that, like many things in this city, was intended to be temporary but overstayed its welcome. It's simple, mostly open air, and not a giant cement parking tomb.
The smash hit Gotham City Garage statue line adds another heroine to its impressive line-up.
Supergirl shows off her strengthby holding up the heaviest part of her motorcycle in this unique addition to the line.
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Nintendo really out Nintendoed itself with last month’s Labo announcement.
The cardboard kit gets some innovative use out of the Switch’s underlying technology, letting kids build robot, fishing rods, pianos and the like, using the console’s Joy-Con controllers as the brains.
At a kick off event in New York City today, the gaming giant offered some hands-on insight into the system, and revealed a few bits of unannounced functionality that will be available when the kits launch in April.
The most compelling new addition is Toy Con Garage, a software feature that lets users customize their Labo creations with new functionality.
During a quick preview at today’s event, the company showed off a simple interface that makes it possible to cross pollenate various parts of the kit to build unique creations.
On a basic level, you can, say, use Motorbike or Fishing Rod as a control for the RC Cars.