While we don't have the space right now to deliver an in-depth piece about Anki Drive, it's something we're hoping to write a story on in the future, because based on the hands-on over at Engadget, it sounds like the perfect way to deal with those annoying inter-office disputes that crop up from time to time. The basics of the game include using a smart-phone app to modulate an electric-motor powered racecar around an oval track laid out on space-age mat. Confused? Check out some of the videos below for a bit more detail.
If you're already sold on the concept, know that the starter kit, which includes a 102-inch wide by 42-inch long track and two cars, is available for $199, with additional cars running an extra $69 apiece. If you want to know more about Anki Drive, hop over to Engadget to read that site's excellent in-depth rundown.