A team at Harvard’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering has developed a research system that can smoke cigarettes. The gatling gun style system has a mechanical element that can light and puff cigarettes to get the smoke.
The Oakley Radar Pace is unlike anything I’ve ever used or seen before. Being a triathlete, I love numbers. I continuously look down at my Garmin to check my distance, speed, and splits. I’d spend the rest of my bike or run doing math in my head to figure out what my average pace is, how much longer I’d be active for, and what time I’d be done at.
I’m the sort of sleeper who typically wakes a few minutes before the alarm and has no problems getting out of bed. But we’ve all known people who hit the snooze button for an hour after the alarm goes off.
You want to be an Iron Man? You don’t need any armor. You just need some iron weights. Like these official Iron Man kettlebells. This is Onnit’s upcoming 40lb Iron Man Kettlebell, which will be part of their official Marvel lineup along with those cool Captain America barbell plates and more.
Is a one-person bug tent just not enough for you? Maybe you need more protection to feel safe from all of those biting bugs. These $20 knee-length Mosquito Netting Socks will protect you from all of those nasty blood suckers.
McDonalds was planning to release some activity trackers in its Happy Meals, but nope, you kids are gonna put on the weight after all. Sorry kids.
The wearable was going to be offered in Happy Meals in the US and Canada over the next month to coincide with the Olympic Games.
It only makes sense. If you are going contribute to America’s obesity, the least you can do is offer kids some activity trackers in their Happy Meals. Yup, that is exactly what McDonald’s is doing.
We all grew up with Happy Meal toys, but toys that promote fitness and physical activity have been very few and far between.
Summer is here and it is a real scorcher this year, so make sure that the sun doesn’t burn you! You have to put sunblock everywhere and protect yourself. If you don’t have access to one of those automated sunscreen booths, Sunscreenr can help.
I’ve worn eyeglasses ever since I was a teenager. Back then, I was mostly walking around and attending school, and didn’t have to worry about night driving, using mobile devices, nor the gradual changes that would impact my vision as I got older.
This strange exercise contraption looks like some sort of a vertical gurney. You know, the kind they used to wheel Hannibal Lector to and fro. Except you aren’t wearing a mask and your legs and arms are not in shackles.
There are smartphones, smartwatches, and smarthomes these days, so why not have a smartcup? That’s exactly what the HeyDo Cup is – an intelligent drinking vessel that helps keep you hydrated and healthy.
The HeyDo Cup can remind you to drink on a regular basis, take your pills, and even monitor exactly how much liquid you’ve consumed.
Researchers from the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) have created a very cool and very small exoskeleton that is intended to help kids who suffer from a condition called spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) walk and stave off other illnesses that might risk their lives.
For people obsessed with their skin, there are special video cameras that can give you a good look at your blemishes. Prophix is a toothbrush that does the same thing, but with the inside of your mouth.
If you think about it, the super soldier serum that turned a wimpy little guy into Captain America is really nothing more than a permanent steroid shot (on steroids). You can’t get your own super serum to avoid the gym like Cap did, but you can build your guns the old-fashioned way by hitting the weights.