A boy from Cambridge, England has managed to figure out a way to climb a brick wall with not much more than a couple of vacuum cleaners.
Using a pair of 1,400-watt vacuums he purchased at UK retailer Tesco, Hibiki Kono hooked them up to a couple of large suction pads, and proceeded to ascend a vertical surface with the contraption strapped to his back and arms.
Snub Fighter is a hilarious re-edit of the finale from Star Wars: A New Hope.
Edited by Mark Dury from Thoughtbubble Design Concern, in Snub Fighter, you will discover a new Luke Skywalker – someone who is dangerously incompetent, who’s always late for the attack, disobeys orders, ignores Obi-Wan’s advice, and then misses his final shot at destroying the original Death Star.
The Love Tester is an actual Nintendo product from way back when the company just started making toys. According to gameSniped, it was made by Nintendo legend Gunpei Yokoi, the father of the Game & Watch and Game Boy systems, and producer of the Metroid series.
For those of us who grew up in the late 1970s and early 1980s, Disney’s The Black Hole was one of those seminal science fiction flicks we’ll never forget. And thanks to the guys at MINDstyle, we can now have a permanent keepsake of our memories.
Fresh from the streets of Korea comes the N-Board, a new gadget which lets you convert your iPad into an (almost) full-fledged netbook computer.
The handy N-Board acts as an easel to prop up your iPad, but also sports a hub with 4 USB ports, and what I thought was an unnecessary cooling fan.
Woot! Art Lebedev Studios has just posted this image of their soon-to-be-real follow up to their incredibly cool (but pricey) Optimus Maximus OLED keyboard, and it looks spectacular.
The new Optimus Popularis keyboard design features higher resolution keys than the previous model, and will sell for “less than $1000”, which is about $600 bucks less than the Maximus.
I was taking some pictures just the other day and thought to myself it would really rock if I could just stamp these photos all over stuff. I always thought the Polaroid instant camera my grandma had should really just give you a monotone red, smudgy, ink stamp.
I’m sure most of you who saw ThinkGeek’s iCade April Fools’ prank wished it was real. Your wish is about to be granted! The folks at Freekade make tiny arcade cabinets for a living, so it’s not that hard for them to turn the iCade into a real product.
Are you still using Facebook? Of course you are. Well, this October, you will be watching it on the big screen, because Mark Zuckerberg’s story will come to your neighborhood multiplex, courtesy of acclaimed director David Fincher.
Pat Langton put together these nifty retro Star Wars posters. The only beef that I have is that I thought that Star Wars was already retro… Still, it’s always cool to see a re-interpretation of my favorite trilogy, by this I mean the original trilogy, not the new one!
I suppose I have to agree that these posters make the original Star Wars trilogy look even older.
iPhone haters really like to rag on the fact that the phone has no actually keys, only virtual ones. This somewhat impractical, but clever add-on aims to fix that shortcoming.
By taking a small wireless Bluetooth keyboard, and crafting a hinged mount for it, modder Pachimon managed to do what we once thought was impossible – give the iPhone actual keys!
The main competitor to FIFA, Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer franchise (aka Winning Eleven), finally gets ported for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. The game has two control schemes: the first is a “true flow” control system that uses the accelerometer and touch controls, while the second scheme offers a virtual d-pad and buttons, which will suit more advanced players.
The latest item to hit the prospective shelves of product crowdsourcer Quirky, the Pivot Power helps you fit all of those weirdly-shaped power bricks into their outlets without the jigsaw-puzzle challenge posed by conventional power strips.