Thanks to Gwen Stefani, I can actually spell b-a-n-a-n-a, so that’s good. The problem I have with bananas is that I hate them. I blame the banana-flavored numbing goo my childhood dentist used and the horrid taste of the banana itself.
Have you ever dropped your phone? While you could protect it with a case, there’s another way which will keep you from dropping it in the first place. This nifty device attaches to the back of your phone, and adds a ring which ensures your phone won’t ever slip out of your hand.
Designed by JIN, the PhotoRing Magic Grip adheres securely to the back of your phone, and provides added safety for your phone by attaching it to your finger with a sturdy metal ring.
For many years, I thought that the coolest video game ever made was Mechwarrior. I played that game so much it’s not even funny. I’m more than a little angry that no new Mechwarrior game has surfaced in a long time.
Maybe you want to buy a drone. but you are intimidated and feel like you need some training first. It’s understandable given how expensive drones are. You don’t want to spend thousands of dollars and have it crash on the first flight.
I think we may have seen every mashup possible at this point, but in my heart, I know I’m wrong. There is always another weird mashup product. This Missha x Minions collaboration is a collection of Minions-themed makeup.
The collection includes Magic Cushion Moisture, Magic Cushion Cover, Eye Colour Studio Mini in two color palettes, Cushion Lip Crayons in five different colors, and 3 different Flower Bouquet cleansing foams in maylily, iris, and cherry blossom.
– [미니언즈 아이컬러스튜디오미니 QUIZ 이벤트] .
This pizza is the bomb. Seriously, it’s called the Bomb Pizza and it gets its name from the way it is cooked. In this Italian restaurant in Seoul, South Korea, they have invented an entirely new way to cook, serve, and eat pizza.
They put uncooked (or maybe partially uncooked) pizza ingredients inside a bubble of dough.
Japan isn’t the only place where the populace is fascinated with Pokémon and weird food. Sure, some of the strangest of edibles hail from the land of the rising sun, but South Korea is no stranger to odd foods.
I like waffles, video games, and computers so this is a trifecta for me. Nexon is a company that makes video games and it has a computer museum in South Korea. At that museum is a café that serves up some very cool treats for visitors to snack on.
One of those cool treats is a waffle that is shaped like a keyboard.
Thus far, in human history, humans have done the vast majority of the flying of planes. Even the drones that our government uses to spy on and explode things are actually more like really, really advanced remote-control planes.
When something particularly bad or painful happens, some people just withdraw and never come out of their cocoons. They can recover slowly or they can get worse and one day decide that they want nothing more than to end it all.
We’ve featured some strange stuff inspired by toilets in the past, but this is definitely one of the more unusual ones I’ve come across. As far as I can recall, this is the first speaker I’ve come across that looks like a toilet.
Even if you don’t like trains as much as this guy… or even this guy… you still might like to collect railroad swag. Here’s something you probably don’t have in your collection already – USB hubs shaped like tiny trains.
Sprire’s SP-K480 and SP-S480 trains replicate old school and modern trains, but in this case the windows have been replaced with USB ports.
The train cars can even be separated slightly (though not completely detached), and when not in use, the USB cable can be tucked underneath the train’s tiny engine.
Oh, and the best thing… They come with LED Righting…
No, I didn’t make that up.
We’ve seen a number of multitouch tables over the years, with the most notable being Microsoft’s PixelSense (formerly known as Surface). But most of these have very large screens and are designed for coffee tables or larger installations.
Cartoon characters and movies are common subjects for theme parks. Household objects are a stretch. But toilets? Now this is definitely a first. A new theme park was recently erected in Suwon, South Korea and it celebrates toilets.