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Archive for October 2014

This Scorpion Chair Will Sting Your Wallet

This Scorpion Chair Will Sting Your Wallet
If you are considering becoming an evil villain with a Scorpion theme, I think we found your next office chair. Anyone who enters your lair will immediately be put in their place. You don’t want to screw up when your boss has a killer chair like this.

5,700+ Video Game Collection for Sale: Carts and Carts of Carts

5,700+ Video Game Collection for Sale: Carts and Carts of Carts
eBay seller reel.big.fish is auctioning his massive video game collection. While it’s not as comprehensive as the other collections we’ve seen it’s still quite a haul, boasting complete sets of the NES, SNES, N64, Gamecube, Sega Master System, Sega Genesis and Sega 32X among others.
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Beetlejuice Costume Hoodie: It’s Showtime!

Beetlejuice Costume Hoodie: It’s Showtime!
Beetlejuice. Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice!!! Say his name three times and this Beetlejuice costume hoodie will turn you into Betelgeuse, just in time for Halloween.

Local Motors 3D-Printed EV Has 120-mile Range

Local Motors 3D-Printed EV Has 120-mile Range
3D printers are the wave of the future for more than just printing small repair parts in space or action figures and other items. Some firms, like Local Motors, envision 3D printing as a way to build cars in the future.

Division Furtive Type 50 LED Watch: Time is Light

Division Furtive Type 50 LED Watch: Time is Light
Like TokyoFlash, Canadian watchmaker Division Furtive makes watches that put more emphasis on form than function. The company’s newest watch is the Type 50, a button- and crown-less timepiece that uses light to both display and set the time.

Gummi Bear Candle Melts to Reveal Its Skeletal Insides

Gummi Bear Candle Melts to Reveal Its Skeletal Insides
First, it was a cat. Now it’s gummi bears. But these huge 3-pound gummi bear candles are not what they seem. They’re undeniably cute, cuddly even if they weren’t made from wax. But the horror sets in once it starts burning…

Anti Tagging App Makes You Untaggable

Anti Tagging App Makes You Untaggable
Social media has made it easier for people to – for lack of a better word – spy on other people. Wondering where your ex went last night? Curious about your crush’s current whereabouts? Just go to their profile and check out the pics that they’re tagged in, which most likely has their location tagged, too.

Impact Winter: Can You Survive 30 Days of Snow and Good Voice Acting?

Impact Winter: Can You Survive 30 Days of Snow and Good Voice Acting?
Eight years ago (in the game Impact Winter’s setting), an asteroid struck Manitoba. That was indeed bad, but the worst part was the amount of debris it kicked up into the atmosphere. As a result, the oceans froze over, the skies darkened, and snow covered everything.

Printable, Thin & Flexible Displays: PrintScreen

Printable, Thin & Flexible Displays: PrintScreen
Devices with paper-thin or flexible displays have yet to become mainstream. But the researchers behind PrintScreen recently proved that we can make simple but incredibly thin and flexible displays right now, without the need for high end materials or equipment.

Someone 3D-Printed a Machine That Folds And Launches Paper Planes

Someone 3D-Printed a Machine That Folds And Launches Paper Planes
Do you remember when we were kids? We had to fold our own damn paper airplanes. It took whole minutes… in the snow… both ways. Now some inventor has created this device that will surely turn the next generation into a bunch of lazy slobs who never move out of their parents’ houses and think they’re soooooo special.

Backlit Keyboard with Editing Shortcuts: Lights, Edit, Action

Backlit Keyboard with Editing Shortcuts: Lights, Edit, Action
EditorsKeys specializes in computer keyboards that have command shortcut guides for video or audio editing software printed on the keys. Since many of its clients work in dimly lit rooms, the company is developing backlit versions of its keyboards.

Weird Japanese Animal PJs are Cosplay Gold

Weird Japanese Animal PJs are Cosplay Gold
If you are the sort who likes to wear pajamas, but not just any old PJs you pick up down at the store, check this out. ThinkGeek has a slew of jammies right out of Japan called Japanese Kigurumi Cosplay Pajamas.

Drone FPV Racing: Mini Speeder Bikes

Drone FPV Racing: Mini Speeder Bikes
A group of French aerial drone enthusiasts called AIRgonay recently started a racing competition where participants controlled quadcopters or tricopters in first-person view. YouTuber Herve Pellarin says they were inspired by the pod racing scenes in Star Wars Episode I, but as many others have pointed out, their race is actually more reminiscent of the speeder bike chase scenes in Return of the Jedi.

Man at Arms: Reforged Brings Final Fantasy VII Gunblade to Life

Man at Arms: Reforged Brings Final Fantasy VII Gunblade to Life
If you have played Final Fantasy VII, you might recall the iconic weapon that Squall uses called the Gunblade. The weapon is exactly what it sounds like, a pistol with a big sword attached. The Man at Arms: Reforged team has a penchant for making these virtual weapons real.

Plastc Wants to Be Coin with More Features and a Real Release Date

Plastc Wants to Be Coin with More Features and a Real Release Date
Remember Coin? If you didn’t pre-order it, you may or may not remember the singular card that could take on the information of all your credit cards and rewards cards. If you did, the very word “coin” probably makes you furious, because you’re still waiting for your cool new device.

HelloSpoon Feeding Robot: Nannynator

HelloSpoon Feeding Robot: Nannynator
A few months ago we saw a silly viral ad featuring a malfunctioning robot arm. HelloSpoon is the kinder version of that sadistic ‘bot. Made by Luis García González, the feeding robot is meant to help the disabled, the elderly and children to eat.
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