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Lightsaber keychains are cool, but novelty key maker Rockin’ Keys can save you some pocket real estate while still letting you flaunt your love for Star Wars with its Light Saber Keys.
You can get Rockin’ Keys’ Light Saber Keys in Kwikset KW1/KW10/KW11, Schlage SC1 or Weiser WR3/WR5 formats.
If you don’t know who Malcolm Reynolds is, move along, this isn’t for you. If you do know Mal, you may want to get your hands on this awesome 1:6 scale Master Series Statue of him, his brown coat, pistol, and the flag.
Patrick Priebe is at it again. The prop maker’s latest toy is a step up from his usual laser–emitting or flame-spewing gizmos. It’s an Iron Man-themed gauntlet with a built-in model rocket launcher. It also has a palm-mounted laser, because Patrick doesn’t mess around when it comes to messing around.
The RipSurfer X is a surf board that lets you hang ten in your living room. It is an exercise machine made by SurfSET Fitness. This strength training machine simulates the movements of a surfer out on the waves.
It’s one thing to say that a smartphone can survive water splashes; it’s another altogether to say that the phone can actually work underwater. That is exactly what Sony promised with the Xperia Z3 smartphone that runs Android.
Every attempt at cloaking devices thus far in our collective technological history has been either bollocks or an array of cameras and some kind of weird screen. The result was that objects kept their shape and displayed a background.
Earlier this year, we saw Kevin Bates’ Arduboy, a business card-sized gaming device powered by an ATmega328P Arduino board. He’s going to launch that device this December, but in the meantime he’s working on another Tetris-playing trinket, the Ardubracelet.
I’ve been counting the days until The Walking Dead comes back on for its next season. If you are a fan of the show, you will find this Walking Dead Yahtzee game appealing. It has a sweet dice cup made to look like a Walker head.
Forget cutesy LEGO games like Indiana Jones, I want LEGO DOOM. I loved DOOM on the PC, even though it scared the crap out of me regularly and made me jump like a child. I think DOOM is one of the most memorable of all the shooters I played back in the day.
Van Helsing has far worse things to worry about than fire, so his house might be filled with kits like In case of’s decorative emergency cabinets. They look just like fire emergency kits, but they’re filled with toy weapons, amulets, instructions and other tools for fighting various monsters.
Here’s an app that adds another meaning to Ghost in the machine. Currently in development, VRClay lets you create 3D shapes in virtual reality with the help of the Oculus Rift and the Razer Hydra controllers.
If you are away from home a lot and want to keep an eye on your house, you might get a security alarm installed. The problem with those alarms is all they do is alarm when a window breaks or a door opens, they are far from smart.
As somebody who has to produce content on the road all of the time, I’ve got a whole lot of devices in my backpack – an ultrabook laptop, an iPad, lots of cables and chargers, and still often find myself less productive when traveling than I do when at my desktop at home.
If Team Nixie has its way, drones might someday become the selfie addicts’ best friend. One of the finalists in Intel’s Make It Wearable Challenge, the team is working on Nixie, a camera-toting drone that’s thin, light and flexible enough to wrap around your wrist.