Want to send a message to the driver that’s been glued to your bumper for the last 5 miles? Just hang this light-up hand on your car’s back window, and you can express your true feelings without getting physical.
Back when I was a kid, I tried to get on a skateboard a couple of times. But just about every time I did, I couldn’t manage to build up enough momentum to ride for more than a few seconds without wiping out.
Why is it that Japan gets all the coolest toys? I mean really, why can’t I walk into the neighborhood store and pick up one of these?
Coming this December from Bandai Japan, this remote-controlled Mechagodzilla robot is truly a sight to behold.
I was looking around for an interesting Halloween costume when I came across this awesome 5-person Tetris costume!
The great thing about this costume is that unlike some other group costumes, you would be very recognizable apart or together.
The Force is sure to help your game with these bowling balls featuring the likeness of iconic Star Wars characters.
Whether you’re Jedi or Sith, there’s a ball for you. While I think it would be fun to show up to league with Darth Vader bowling bag, you might prefer the grimacing visage of Jedi Master Yoda.
I had enough problems trying to solve the original Rubik’s Cube. Heck, I was often tempted to just peel all the colored stickers off and place them on the proper sides of the cube whenever I got frustrated with the damned thing.
This quirky little invention from Japan will turn most hard candies (i.e. Life Savers or Jolly Ranchers) into custom flavored (and colored) cotton candy.
No more boring pink cotton candy here. Nope, in minutes, you’ll be cranking out blue raspberry, root beer, and grape cotton candy creations with this gadget.
What better way to glug down your favorite beverage but out of the head of everyone’s number one movie villain, Darth Vader.
While it’s officially being called a “stein” thanks to its flip-top head, the ceramic Dark Lord mug is perfect for those of us who like a really big cup of coffee.
Looking for a new way to unleash your creative freedom? Check out this wacky camera which lets you combine multiple images onto a single frame of film.
The Lomo Split-Cam uses special adjustable light blockers which let you prevent the top, bottom, left or right section of standard 35mm film from being exposed before advancing to the next frame.
Who says geek fashion accessories are only for guys? These necklaces are perfect for the gamer girl in your life.
Created by San Antonio’s NBsCloset, each one of these tech-inspired pendants is custom cut and etched from fiber boards using a (frickin’) laser beam.
Looking for some new fashions to upgrade your geekster wardrobe? Look no further than these clever t-shirt designs from New Zealand graphic artist Glenn Jones.
Ever wonder how Darth Vader keeps his helmet so shiny and squeaky clean?
Marka27 has wowed us with Minigod speakers in the past. Now they’re out with Round 2, and offering a limited edition of the Midnight Mexico Minigod speaker.
At 17 inches tall, this guy has 2 inches on the original models.
In what can only be a brilliant viral marketing scheme, Wii and YouTube have teamed up to make an advertisement that appears to break YouTube. They employ clever on-screen Flash effects to make it seem like what’s happening in the game is destroying the YouTube website!
Let me set one thing straight here. The guys who designed this furniture clearly had no inspiration from any 1980s dot-munching arcade game. Nor does the name “Pouf-Man” have any similarity to the name “Pac-Man”. It’s all on the up-and-up, you see.
Check out these great drink coasters, based on those ubiquitous iPhone menu icons.
Created by the guys over at Brazil’s Meninos design (the same guys who make these awesome hard drives), these icon coasters are a great gift for any iPhone addict.
I used to think that today’s handheld gaming systems were small enough. But now that I’ve seen these tiny little Nintendo DS Lite and Sony PSP doppelgangers, I’m wondering if playable consoles could get even smaller someday.