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Archive for October 2007

Friend’s Xbox 360 Died? Send Your Condolences.

Friend’s Xbox 360 Died? Send Your Condolences.
If you’re into video games at all, chances are you know somebody who had an Xbox 360 crap out on them. Here’s your chance to show you care by sending them this clever condolence card. Greeting card artist bsangel created this Xbox 360 Red Rings of Death card which lets your grieving gaming pals know your heartfelt wishes in their time of need.

Spear Free Time Watch Tells Time With Spinning Rings

Spear Free Time Watch Tells Time With Spinning Rings
Architect Laurinda Spear created the design for this analog watch that uses a series of turning discs instead of traditional hands. The timepiece’s three independently revolving rings are used to display hours, minutes and seconds. A gap in each ring indicates the current time.
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USB Terminator: Deterrence via Annoyance

USB Terminator: Deterrence via Annoyance
Plug this beefy-looking plastic thug into your USB port, and it’s supposed to scare those who approach it away from your computer. While it’s called the USB Terminator, it looks more like the bouncer who’d tell you to hit the road because you can’t come into the trendy new nightclub dressed like Andy Sipowicz.

Yamaha Player Pianos Add Internet Music Streaming

Yamaha Player Pianos Add Internet Music Streaming
Yamaha has always been on the cutting edge of piano technology, and has just announced a cool new feature for their Disklavier player pianos. Their already amazing self-playing pianos can now stream content live over the Internet.

Roboboa Robotic Snake Comes to America

Roboboa Robotic Snake Comes to America
The latest robotic critter from RoboSapien creator WowWee is the reptilian Roboboa. The snake-like robot can roam along the floor and raises its front end up like a real Boa Constrictor. The Roboboa not only can slither around thanks to its snake-like articulated body, it can serve a variety of fun an practical purposes too.

The Ultimate Guitar Hero Case Mod

The Ultimate Guitar Hero Case Mod
Rocker/ Case Modder Kneivel put together this ingenious home arcade cabinet by taking a stack of Marshall amp cases and transforming them into a Guitar Hero themed gaming system. The system is made from 3 individual cabinets which can be disassembled in case he wants to taking the show on tour.

Supper Sound System Sounds Scrumptious

Supper Sound System Sounds Scrumptious
Japan’s Taguchi Craft company is readying a new sound system that’s designed to looks like pieces you might find on your dining table. The Supper Sound System is a series of speakers mounted inside of vessels that look like ceramic tumblers and bottles along with a base station that looks like a serving dish.

Levelhead: Trippy Augmented Reality Game

Levelhead: Trippy Augmented Reality Game
New Zealand digital artist Julian Oliver is working on a cool game that blends the electronic universe with the real world. His work-in-progress game called levelHead uses a series of cubes placed on a table top.

Urock Guitar Mp3 Player for Rockers With Tiny Hands

Urock Guitar Mp3 Player for Rockers With Tiny Hands
This might look like a real guitar and amplifier, but it’s actually an MP3 player. The uRock is a tiny little guitar that stores your MP3s along with a matching mini amp that’s lets you play back your tunes out loud.

Nintendo Famicom Kleenex Cozy: Paper Mario, Literally

Nintendo Famicom Kleenex Cozy: Paper Mario, Literally
A perfect bathroom accessory to complement to those Mario Brothers air fresheners, this tissue box cover looks just like the original Japanese Nintendo Famicom console. The box slips over the top of a standard box of tissues, and dispenses them from the cartridge slot.

Nintendo NES Crammed in a Sneaker

Nintendo NES Crammed in a Sneaker
The word of the week around here seems to be “pimp.” First, we had the new TokyoFlash Pimp watches, then we had the Atari 2600 pimped -out Buick. Now we have this NES console which was apparently seen backstage after a Sneaker Pimps’ concert.

Pimp My Ride 70s Style With an Atari 2600

Pimp My Ride 70s Style With an Atari 2600
Who needs an LCD headrest screen and an Xbox 360 for each passenger in their car anyway? Here’s the proper way to outfit your ride with gaming tech. This 1979 Buick Riviera has all the style and class you’d expect from a pimped out vehicle.

Mini Xbox Games in Cereal Boxes, Break Just Like the Real Thing

Mini Xbox Games in Cereal Boxes, Break Just Like the Real Thing
I was wandering the cereal aisle in my local grocery store looking for my morning sugar fix, when I stumbled this Xbox-themed promotion in boxes of cereal. Six Xbox-branded mini-games are available in specially-marked boxes of Kellogg’s cereal (I always wanted to say that), including Apple Jacks, Cocoa Krispies, Corn Pops, Froot Loops, Honey Smacks and Frosted Flakes.

Worst. Lamp. Ever.

Worst. Lamp. Ever.
On paper, the idea of a little desktop doggie lamp might be cute, but somewhere along the line it just all went so horribly awry. There’s just absolutely nothing that’s right about this rechargeable LED dog lamp.

Everyday Objects Get Flattened

Everyday Objects Get Flattened
Irish Artist Finn Magee created this series of works which take common electrical household items and turn them into 2-dimensional posters. The innovative part of his Flat Life series is that the objects remain fully functional in their flat states.

Tokyoflash Pimp LED Watches Are Back in Black

Tokyoflash Pimp LED Watches Are Back in Black
Japan’s high-tech watch importer TokyoFlash has been carrying watches from the Pimp line since about 2003. The original series of watches was made popular by its unconventional displays and retro modern design sensibility. Now Pimp is updating some of their original designs with a fresh new look.
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