If you are a Pac-Man who’s found his Ms. Pac-Man and are ready to tie the knot, you’re going to need some wedding invitations. These Pac-Man themed wedding invitations from Etsy artist BangBoomPowDesign are perfect to mark the occasion.
Tired? Sleepy? Then take a nap whenever and wherever you want to with NapAnywhere. It’s not the first take-anywhere pillow in the market (remember the Ostrich pillow?), but it’s more user-friendly and portable compared to some alternatives.
The carbon dioxide from car exhausts is one of the biggest contributors to air pollution, which leads to the greenhouse effect and contributes to global warming.
Take your car out for a ride only when you have to and walk when you can.
The Elements iPad app is one of the best alternatives to the traditional periodic table. But a mobile augmented reality company called DAQRI is working on something more interactive and intuitive. The company calls it Elements 4D, a set of building blocks that make learning about the elements fun and easy.
Last month we featured the iblazr, an external LED flash for mobile devices (it’s on Kickstarter now if you want to get one). If you have an iPhone 4 or later and you want a more versatile flash, get Rift Labs’ The Kick.
Check out this awesome jacket made from Comic-Con swag bags. It looks like something the Riddler would wear. Or that guy who used to do late night infomercials, who also dressed like the Riddler. I think we have a new villain on our hands.
If you’re a Whovian and need some cool art for your front yard, do what Dulcet’s husband did and build some for yourself. You don’t have to be Davros to build a neat Dalek for your neighbors to admire.
This coffee machine, aptly called “Bye Bye Red Eye”, doesn’t want your money. Instead, it wants to give you a cup of coffee – provided you prove that you really need it, that is. How? By yawning in front of it.
Would you drink your sweat? Obviously, we’d all choose to drink water if we had a choice. But if there’s no clean water, would you drink sweat instead?
The Sweat Machine was created by engineer Andreas Hammar upon the request of Unicef.
Always be prepared for a fight cosplay convention with this Legend of Zelda-inspired hoodie. Aside from being green, the hoodie also has a handsewn replica of the Hylian Shield and the Master Sword attached on its back.
Near-field communication or NFC is a wonderful standard for mobile devices. It’s more secure than RFID and a lot easier to use compared to Bluetooth. I’m not sure why it hasn’t taken off yet, but that may soon change if devices such as John McLear’s invention take off.
McLear’s NFC Ring has two NFC inlays.
We all love to shoot stuff, but who wants to lug around a heavy long gun, even after you finish shooting those moonshine bottles on a log while your best friend Cletus watches? Nobody. That’s why Henry’s compact rifle is designed to be dismantled, with the parts stored inside the butt.