The Japanese can come up with some of the wackiest stuff ever, and Bandai Japan is equal to the task with its Tuttuki Bako. This toy comes with a display that shows a digital replica of your finger the moment you insert it into a hole located on the right side of the device while wiggling it. Sounds rather juvenile, and I am pretty sure a fair number of us will let out an unexpected snigger or two. With your wriggling translated into a digital fingertip movement, you will be able to play with a panda bear or tiny figure, explore a lake and even touch a girl’s face. Too bad the feeling of touch is not simulated, so you’ll have to rely on your imagination for this. The battery-powered Tuttuki Bako is also a clock and will retail for $30, with no word on whether it will be marketed or exported outside of Japan or not.