Mule Design came out with this Web 2.0/Kool-Aid mashup t-shirt. But why? Simply to express their enthusiasm for the state of the net by conflating Web 2.0 and delicious fruity powders that turn into refreshing beverages?
If actually being able to tell what time it is lists low on your wristwatch priorities, then have I got a watch for you. The EleeNo Cyber is the latest in a long line of non-standard LCD digital watches to surface in the last few years.
I thought I’d seen some awful electronic gadgets in my travels, but this has got to be the worst one that I’ve seen in a long time.
Somebody must have thought this thing would be cute, but this “dog doll” MP3 player turned out hideous and disturbing.
If you drive down the average city street, you’ll see scads of ugly satellite dishes protruding from the side walls, balconies and roofs of homes like some sort of convex grey metal virus. So it was only a matter of time before someone would come up with a way to do away with all those unsightly dishes.
Planning a geeky wedding? Here’s a tip for you- create super-detailed, individualized video game avatar name cards for each guests.
This couple took this project very seriously. The Mr. lovingly designed individual placecards for 77 guests, assigning each person his or her own specially chosen avatar.
For the past couple of days, I’ve been holed up in a tiny country cottage with spotty, catch-as-you-can WiFi access. More often than not, I had no connection, and I started to think that figured the wireless router was intentionally messing with my head.
The guys over at Crabfu Motionworks have been responsible for some weird and wonderful robotic creations over the years, and their latest is no exception.
The Crabfu R/C Tortoise ‘bot crawls along the ground like a turtle, with a set of 4 sub-micro servos controlling its pokey little legs.
This retro-look wooden casing houses a plasma TV. It combines mid-century modern aesthetics with modern technology to give you the best of both worlds.
At first glance, the TV looks like it belongs in one of yesteryear’s living rooms- until you realize how thin it is.
Before all you budding nuclear physicists attempt to correct me, I know this isn’t truly a Geiger Counter. It’s actually one of those Cold-War era Ion Chamber radiation detectors. But that’s not what most of us think, so I’ll stick with the more familiar Geiger name.
Oh, Rickrolling, aren’t we finished with you yet? Apparently not, since there is now an Instructables post on how to make a sneaky Rickroll birthday cake.
The cake was made by one Papersatan (a pretty fitting name for a perpetrator of Astley-based crimes, eh?)
It’s just what you need: a memory stick and camera studded with hundreds of diamonds!
The accessories are a collaborative effort between Dalumi, LG, and Ricoh. They’re made with white gold and more than 200 diamonds each.
Hot off the presses is the A.M.P.Bot, a unique roller-bot that moves around using a gyroscopic balancing system that works much like the Segway Personal Transporter.
A.M.P. stands for “Automated Musical Personality”. That’s because the wheeled robot can follow you around and play your tunes wherever you go.
Parappa the Rapper has got to be one of the greatest rhythm matching games of all time. From its whimsical 2D cartoon character designs to its hysterical lyrics, it’s a true classic. Now you can pay homage to the paper-thin Parappa by donning the same hat that the eponymous paper-thin dog wore in the game.
Just what you’ve been waiting for- stylish black and red Space Invaders boxer shorts and neckties. Oh my!
We’ve seen Ted Baker’s more upscale Space Invaders undies before, but these boxers are a) cheaper, b) probably lower quality, and c) made to match with a necktie.
What is it these days with everyone jumping onto the blogging bandwagon? This bass guitar effect pedal tries to co-opt the popularity of blogs by donning the unlikely and unusual name “Bass Blogger”.
Electro-harmonix Bass Blogger doesn’t just try to hitch its wagon to the online star with its name.