Electrical outlets are so unsightly. They just look out of place and disturb the flow of the room. Or so my wife tells me. They don’t bother me, but I can see how they might interrupt the design of a room.
Yeah, there’s a computer in here somewhere. This is Japanese designer Hiroto Ikeuchi’s award-winning casemod, which is basically a toy diorama that erupted over a PC. According to Wired, Hiroto calls the diorama his “secret base.”
If you’ve followed Technabob for any period of time, you know that we love our quirky Japanese gadgets around here. The latest weird and wacky gizmo to turn up from our friends to the East? Remote-controlled crabs.
Lambert’s Technabob post. December 20th, 2013. Cheap cash-in online this morning, legendary comic book character reduced to novelty item. I am afraid of this culture. I don’t know if it has a face, but it does have a thousand gaping maws.
Amsterdam is known for a lot of things, including their scenic canals. The city’s Canal District is turning 400 this year, and the city is celebrating by selling bottles of water obtained from the canal.
There are a lot of adults that collect action figures from various sci-fi movies and TV shows. One of the most beloved science fiction series to hit TV, and not last long, was Firefly. Fox killed the show after only a handful of episodes leaving a lot of geeks angry to this day.
The relationship might be over. But the memories (or scars) from it will live on. If not in your heart, then in your mind.
I think that can be said in Sebastian Errazuriz’s case, as he drew inspiration from past relationships and ex-lovers for his new series called 12 Shoes for 12 Lovers.
Breaking Bad was one of the best TV dramas ever and it was sad when it ended. However, the journey doesn’t have to be over. You can continue to enjoy the show in chess form thanks to this awesome set from Known Unknown Design.
LEGO expert Raul Oaida and Steve Sammartino have built themselves the stuff of childhood dreams for many LEGO builders. I know I wanted to build a full-size car I could drive around the neighborhood more times than I can count.
This awesome gingerbread Death Star is the ultimate power in the universe. The tastiest too. In fact, it recently won a gingerbread house-building tournament at The Swedish Centre for Architecture in Stockholm, Sweden. It comes from Redditor Sillstryparn.
A couple of years ago we saw an unusual camera. It looked like a ball and took 360° panoramic photos, like the ones on Google Street View but completely spherical. Jonas Pfeil and his co-inventors are now gearing up to mass produce the camera, which they’re now calling the Panono.
Synergistic growth translates into one technology being able to complement the advances in another. The same principle can be applied to the recent innovations in ink making. Its technology is deeply integrated in electronic devices and systems, improving them as a result.