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Archive for September 2008

Philippe Starck Crystal Clear LCD Watch Sure Looks Cool

Philippe Starck Crystal Clear LCD Watch Sure Looks Cool
Despite his recent “everything I have designed is absolutely unnecessary” comment, I’m still a sucker for most everything Philippe Starck creates. His latest watch design – the Crystal Clear – is a real stunner. Despite its name, the Crystal Clear actually sports an red face, not a clear one.

Plastic Tablecloths + Brilliance = Pac-Man: the Movie

Plastic Tablecloths + Brilliance = Pac-Man: the Movie
Stanley Wong and Tyler Russel have made a Pac-Man movie from the ghosts’ perspective that is quite a hilarious piece of filmmaking. If you are (or ever have been) a retro gaming geek, then you’ll probably want to spend the 5 minutes it takes to watch this.
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USB Heated Mouse Pad Keeps One Hand Warm

USB Heated Mouse Pad Keeps One Hand Warm
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve said to myself: Self, your mousing hand gets so cold all the time; I only wish there was a way to keep it warm and toasty in between all that scrolling, pointing and clicking.

Tell Time on the Outer Limits With the Rim Clock

Tell Time on the Outer Limits With the Rim Clock
The Rim Clock turns all that you know about clocks inside out. Instead of staying put and pointing to numbers like the hands of other, more well-behaved clocks, the hands on the Rim Clock are actually protrusions that go around the outside and point to the wall.

Touch Grind: iPhone Gets Multitouch Skateboarding Game

Touch Grind: iPhone Gets Multitouch Skateboarding Game
Touch Grind is a new game for the iPhone and iPod Touch that uses the media player’s multitouch interface to let your fingers do a little skateboarding. Gameplay takes place in an unusual top-down view. You control the game by placing two fingertips onto the skateboard’s surface and flicking the board around to do tricks.

Nerd Out Your Neckline With Computer Key Jewelry

Nerd Out Your Neckline With Computer Key Jewelry
These cool necklaces feature a recycled computer key fused to a hand-cut glass tile. The perfect gift for the geeky girl in your life! These beauts are handmade by Capitola Girl Jewelry. She sells them on Etsy for 29 bucks.

Weighted Companion Cube Subwoofer is No Lie

Weighted Companion Cube Subwoofer is No Lie
Finally, there’s a Weighted Companion Cube mod that actually has enough heft to earn its name. This custom-built subwoofer bears a striking resemblance to that little cube that you had to euthanize the last time you played Portal.

9 to 5 Laptop Sleeve Looks Like Your Dorky Dad

9 to 5 Laptop Sleeve Looks Like Your Dorky Dad
The 9 to 5 laptop sleeve protects and serves your laptop with a tightly buttoned shirt, colorful necktie, and pocket to hold your pens. A pocket protector is strictly optional and has to be purchased separately.

Alien Table Will Probably Not Go With Your Decor

Alien Table Will Probably Not Go With Your Decor
Now I love AVP as much as the next gal, but I have to say that I think these tables might be going a bit too far. There are two options available, “crouching position alien” and “emerging from alien egg alien.” They’re made from car and bike parts, tools and other pieces of recycled metal, and faithfully represent the Alien/Aliens movie aliens.

Stone Ice Cubes Really Put Your Drinks on the Rocks

Stone Ice Cubes Really Put Your Drinks on the Rocks
Wanna look really cool at your next party? When you ask your pals if they’d like a cocktail ask if they want it on the rocks. If they say yes, fix their drinks and bring ’em back with some of these ice cubes that are actually made from stone.

Harry Winston Opus 8 Watch Melds Analog and Digital

Harry Winston Opus 8 Watch Melds Analog and Digital
A while back, I came across an intricate analog clock that used mechanical parts to produce a simulated digital display. Now it appears that there’s a miniature version of the same concept present in a high-end designer watch from jewelry artist Harry Winston and watchmaker Frédéric Garinaud.

Hack: Control an R/C Car With Your iPhone

Hack: Control an R/C Car With Your iPhone
A couple of young Czech whippersnappers have figured out how to use the iPhone’s accelerometer to control remote controlled cars. They say, “Controlling is very easy with the iPhone 3G. It has five buttons, four of them you can use for traditional driving and when you press the last one, it unlocks the accelerometer control in the same way as in many driving games available on AppStore.” Check out the video here.

Bubble Wrap Calendar: Pop, Pop, Pop the Days Away

Bubble Wrap Calendar: Pop, Pop, Pop the Days Away
There’s something just so satisfying about the tactile sensation of popping bubble wrap. Now you can have a legitimate reason to pop bubbles every day, thanks to this fun bubble wrap calendar. Each day of the year lives beneath a burstable bubble layer.

Lol-Ify Your Life With Lolmagnets

Lol-Ify Your Life With Lolmagnets
If you wish your fridge could make you LOL, I’ve got great news: u can haz LOLmagnets! Imagine how witty your icebox could become with all the photos captioned up like those cute little kitties. Now I love a good LOLcat as much as the next guy, but I’m afraid that this may be going too far.

Ovo: This Colorful Orb Reveals a Digital Photo Frame

Ovo: This Colorful Orb Reveals a Digital Photo Frame
Ovo is an egg-shaped desk gadget that reveals a little digital photo frame, so you can have a mini-slideshow in a modicum of space! They come in white, blue, green, or pink, and come packaged in a cute stainless steel can.

Zero Gravity R/C Cars Will have You Climbing the Walls

Zero Gravity R/C Cars Will have You Climbing the Walls
Remote controlled race cars are pretty much a dime-a-dozen these days, so I’m always happy to come across one that’s a little left of center. Contrary to its name, the Air Hog Zero Gravity Micro R/C car does not defy gravity.
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