WATCH: From testing out virtual-reality cat tossing to checking out costumes from "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them," Circa scoped the latest gizmos, pop-culture exhibits and nostalgia trips at New York Comic-Con.
Reinbear Studios' new prototype VR experience invites users inside the game "Kitty in the Box." In addition to "eating" chocolate-chip cookies, users can choose to place a cartoon cat gently in a cardboard box or toss one across the room. (It's more hilarious than mean. Don't do this with real cats.)
The "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" booth not only let visitors wave a magic wand to cast "spells," but also featured the first American exhibition of costumes from the highly anticipated movie penned by J.K. Rowling.
Ink Whiskey's "Bartendo" booth sold new flasks shaped like classic 8-bit Nintendo games.
Artists Lee Kohse and Rick Stromoski demonstrated Wacom's new MobileStudio Pro tablet.
And Delta Go showed off its brand-new desktop 3D printer, retailing for $499.
Speaking of New York Comic-Con, check out Circa's comic-book-movie-themed interview with Kevin Smith and the rest of AMC's "Comic Book Men."