For those of you who have been following Technabob over the years, you know I love classic arcade games. I’ve even go so far as to have a custom-fabricated “Basement Invaders” arcade machine built for my man cave.
If you find yourself outdoors a lot, you can often find yourself without the power you need to keep your gadgets charged up. If you’re looking for the ultimate way to ensure you never run out of juice, check out the Renogy Phoenix Generator.
Do you do lots of work outside? How about camping? Unless you carry around a diesel generator, it’s tough to ensure you have electricity wherever you go. Enter Renogy’s Phoenix, a briefcase-sized portable energy source, that can juice up with the power of the sun.
Like most of us, Darth Vader had a boss. I’m sure Imperial management wanted him to do more than just force-choking admirals and chilling in his ball thingy where he could take off his mask. I bet he had paperwork to do, bosses love that crap.
Businessmen have it hard today. Whether you are a banker or a Wall Street whiz kid, chances are that you are not well liked. And it’s too late to give the money back since you bought that new condo and the Bentley sitting in your garage.
There are plenty of replica sonic screwdrivers out there for fans of Doctor Who to collect. The last one we talked about was the War Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver. If you have a collection of sonic screwdrivers that you need a place to store and show off, this is the perfect DIY project for you.
When you are a secret spy working for British intelligence, your people come up with all kinds of cool gadgets for you to kill or maim. And if you need to protect some documents, and 007’s concealed blade briefcase is the perfect thing.
Laptop briefcases and sleeves tend to blend together after a while, because most of them look the same and are pretty boring. That’s one of the reasons why an Italian designer decided to come up with something with a bit more flair.
I’m not sure which market this limited edition Iron Man Mark V briefcase replica is targeting. On the one hand, it’s good for cosplays, and as a toy maybe, especially since the gadget that it’s referencing is perhaps one of the coolest things we’ve seen in sci-fi movies.
Do you keep valuable items in your briefcase? A bunch of secret documents perhaps? Maybe you should keep them somewhere safer. Kidding. With a bit of hacking and modding, you can have a remotely-toggled electrified briefcase.
Live audio-visual artist VJ Fader tipped me off about this cool visual interface he built for manipulating music and images in real-time.
The faderTouch 3.0 isn’t just your run-of-the-mill sequencer. Nope, the unique portable device features an innovative rear-projection system that allows not only VJ, but his audience to watch the on-screen action.