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If Godzilla ever went through an awkward teen stage, this would be what he looked like. This strange, yet incredibly cool mask was made using LEGO and it’s actually wearable. It’s like a really geeky helmet that won’t protect your noggin from anything.
Lots of people have ugly sweater parties each year and compete to see who can find the ugliest sweater of the night. I don’t think you would win in this Fallout Holiday Fleece Sweater, because this thing is awesome.
Just a couple of days ago, I mentioned the Selk’bag Darth Vader wearable sleeping bag and how cool it was. I’d be so pissed right now if I had bought that Vader bag, because this Chewbacca one is infinitely cooler.
I’ve talked about the Selk’bag wearable sleeping bag before and thought it might be perfect for those people you know who are always cold. The catch with the first version we saw was that it only came in boring solid colors.
Back in 2014, we first talked about LightMode kits, which let you put glowing lights on your motorcycle helmet and look like TRON cruising down the road. There were some annoyances with that original kit for some folks like the boxy design of the controller and the fact that you needed AA batteries.
When your carotid arteries are set to explode in just a matter of hours, time becomes very important to you. You really need a way to keep track of your remaining time. This officially-licensed timepiece is based on the band Snake Plissken wore to countdown until he drops dead in John Carpenter’s Escape from New York.
One reason that Google Glass failed was that the headset had a built-in camera, so people felt weird about you recording video and taking photos of other people without them knowing about it. Just mount your smartphone to a baseball cap, and be up-front about your video taking.
Looking for a dirt cheap last minute Halloween costume? Just use those Amazon boxes that you have lying around and create a Transformer. Caron Arnold, a creative director of Fusion Marketing agency in St. Louis came up with this version of Optimus Prime made from cardboard Amazon Prime boxes.
How’d you like to have your voice permanently preserved in a piece of jewelry? Japanese startup Encode Ring is using a unique 3-D printing technology to turn your voice into a metal ring. These rings are visualization of 3 seconds of voice audio.
I’ll be the first to admit that I can’t even walk into Walmart and cobble together a Halloween costume for my kids. Not Renz2LK so much. This guy made his son one of the coolest Halloween costumes of the year.
Gaming is tough work. Whether you are sitting in front of an Xbox One, or taking part in a D&D campaign, nerds work up a serious sweat. That’s why you need a strong deodorant. Plus Five is the “Ultimate Gaming Deodorant,” adding +5 to your Charisma stat.
Scientists at MIT and Stanford have created a new type of tiny robot called a “roveable”. Basically these compact critters will live on our clothes and travel all around as if they are living on a human planet.
These days we carry a ton of gadgets with us everywhere. It can be a real pain trying to keep all of those devices charged up. Conventional charging backpacks aren’t all that useful if you carry things like drills, pliers, and other tools.