Tired of messy cables? Love eating on your desk? Then you’ll love Luftdesign’s Fork and Cream Sauce cable organizer. Simply wrap the cable around the fork, and stick the whole thing onto the creamy base to secure it into place.
They guys at Hyperkin keep outdoing themselves with their line of retro consoles. The latest console, called the Retro N 3, can play games from the original Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis in a single system.
These soaps are designed to look just like petri dishes teeming with nasty bacteria.
What’s especially cool about these soaps is that some of the more gnarly strains actually glow in the dark. These handmade soaps are available in a variety of “infected” flavors, including E.
While this is just the first step towards giant blue genetically engineered avatars, it’s still kind of creepy to think that you can just log onto this skinny little ‘bot, take control of it and make it do what you want from afar – seeing what it sees through its “eyes.”
Even though the name of Nintendo’s next-gen portable gaming platform hasn’t yet been officially announced, since it’s going to be a 3D device, it’s appropriate that 3DS was just trademarked by the Japanese giant.
Designed by Ginguni for Japanese brand gung, this handmade rubber stamp will let you mass-produce endearing (at first, and then they’re just freaking annoying) emoticons. We’re not talking about simple smileys and sad faces here – this rubber stamp is for hardcore emoticon enthusiasts.
The designers – or is it just one person? – at Mintpass have come up with a stylish design for a media player. It’s called the Mint Sputnik, and it was inspired by the similarly named Russian satellite.
One of the few drawbacks of gaming on the PC is that save data are not easily transferable – the files are scattered in different folders and don’t always have the same format, so hunting them one by one can be inconvenient.
For some reason, I don’t think this is an official Apple product, but that doesn’t make it any less fun. Unlike a real iPhone, the iCushion can run only one app. It’s called “squishy” and it helps you get nice and comfortable.
There’s nothing I like better than a good FPS, and Raven’s upcoming shooter Singularity looks like it could be a whole lotta fun, thanks to its use of time-manipulation as a game dynamic.
The games singularity weapons allow players to quickly bend time, making buildings crumble on top of opponents as they deteriorate from age.
The guys over at synthopia hunted up this wondrous electrical musical oddity, and I love it.
The Destroyer combines an electric guitar, mandolin and that wonderful outer-spacey-squealy instrument – the theremin – in one compact package.
They say if it walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it’s a duck. That saying can certainly be applied to the netbook world. You can call a netbook whatever you want to call it, but I know one when I see it and you can’t convince me it’s worth twice as much as its competition just because you don’t call the machine a netbook.
I am a big fan of the UFC and I have been looking forward to seeing Rampage beat the bejeebers out of Rashad Evans since the two coached the Ultimate Fighter. Rampage had to put the fight off to be in the new A-Team flick but the fight is finally set for May 29.
This amazing LEGO vehicle by Peer Kreuger, called the Stilzkin EXT3 Bridge Launcher, is able to deploy its own bridges to cross small chasms.
The bridge itself has no servos and takes about a minute to be deployed.