It’s that time of year again. Winter will be here soon and that means it is just about time to start wearing gloves. This pair of dragon scale gloves by Etsy artist Mareshop is way better than anything you own.
The gloves are out of stock right now due to being completely badass and in demand, but Mareshop says they’re crocheting as fast as they can.
A couple of years ago we saw a pair of taser gloves made with everyday items. But both gloves had to be in contact with the target in order for them to deliver a shock. GreekGadgetGuru’s stun glove lets you ward off attackers with just one hand.
LEGO Minifig Hand Syndrome, or LMHS. It’s a common problem that afflicts many of us. It comes from playing with LEGO for too many hours straight. Your hand begins to cramp and before you know it, you have a LEGO minifig hand.
Winter has started to arrive in many states with temperatures dropping and snow already falling. If you live in a cold-weather state and enjoy outdoor sports you may be interested to hear about BearTek Gloves. These gloves are designed to allow users complete control over Bluetooth devices while keeping your hands warm.
It’s winter and people still need to use their smartphones or tablets as much as ever. But buying a dedicated pair of touchscreen gloves could be an unnecessary expense. AnyGlove is a special solution that claims to make any glove touchscreen-compatible.
When it gets cold, it’s not so easy to use your smartphone. Even though you can eventually get it to work after trying a couple of times, eventually you end up frustrated enough to simply pull off your gloves.
A few months ago we saw a concept for a camera-based device that is meant to recognize sign language and translate it into spoken words. A Ukrainian-based team has something better: a working prototype of a smart glove with the exact same capability.
How often have you said to yourself while typing on your computer, “gee, my hands are freezing.” Okay, unless you work in the Ice Hotel, it’s probably not that frequent of an issue. Still if you could use cold hands as an excuse to wear these, would it change your mind?
I never thought I would live in a time where real life Superheros actually roam our streets, fighting crime. Well, they do and I do. And it’s nice to see that people are creating some useful gadgets for them to use while fighting crime.
“Winter is coming” might be the catchphrase of the Starks of Winterfell, but sure enough, summer’s coming to a close and before you know it, you’ll be freezing waiting for public transportation. Anyone who’s tried to use their capacitive screen gadgets with normal gloves knows that it’s doomed to failure, unless you use special gloves, like these Isotoner smarTouch.
I grew up listening to several varying versions of Little Red Riding Hood. My favorite part was when (sort of slow-brained) Little Red notices how different her grandmother looks, who’s actually now the sneaky wolf in disguise.
All I’m going to say here is “do not try this at home”…
The guys at J&M Special Effects put together a set of DIY flamethrowers that are mounted on his gloves, firing intense, scalding flames from the palms of his hands.