OUYA. It may sound like something you’d yell after taking a sake bomb, but it’s actually an Android-based video gaming console designed by world-renowned creative, Yves Béhar. The goal of the Ouya system is to deliver more affordable games and a more affordable console that can rival the big 3; PS3, XBox 360, and Nintendo Wii. What sets Ouya apart from other systems is that the console has been designed to be hacker-friendly. In fact, with a $99 pledge, Ouya will send you a console, and encourage you to hack the system and see what kind of crazy things you can come up with. Since the concept went live on Kickstarter, over 20,000 people have already pitched in, and the creators anticipate receiving as many as 80,000 orders when everything is said and done. It took only 8 hours and 22 minutes for the backers to tally up their first mil, and after a full 24 hours, $2,589,687.77 had been collected. So, are you going to back this start-up and test out the system? Would you buy one if it made it to shelves? Do you think a completely open-source console like this could ever challenge the big 3? Sound off in the comments section below!