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Radiolaria Lets You Design Your Own Custom Organic Jewelry in Seconds

Radiolaria Lets You Design Your Own Custom Organic Jewelry in Seconds
Looking for a totally unique piece of jewelry? Well it doesn’t get more special than a piece you designed yourself. And thanks to an awesome app from the guys over at Nervous System, you can create your own earrings, necklaces and other art objects in a snap.

Laser-Cut Wood Guns Don’t Even Fire Wooden Bullets at Vampires

Laser-Cut Wood Guns Don’t Even Fire Wooden Bullets at Vampires
There’s always been a lot of debate about whether letting kids play with toy guns was a good thing or not. Everyone has their own opinion on the subject, and I say we keep it that way.
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Cardtorial Laser-Cut Wooden Postcards – Because Paper Isn’t Enough

Cardtorial Laser-Cut Wooden Postcards – Because Paper Isn’t Enough
I love getting mail. Not the electronic kind, but the old-fashioned postal and physical kind of mail. Sure, it might take longer to arrive, but compare the feeling you get when you receive an actual postcard in the mail versus an e-card in your inbox.

Synthesizer Necklace Incapable of Playing a Bad Note

Synthesizer Necklace Incapable of Playing a Bad Note
Girls with style who also happen to enjoy the sound of electronic music will love this necklace, done up to look just like a tiny synthesizer. While it doesn’t actually play a tune, it still looks awesome.

Paragon and Renegade Mass Effect Pendant Necklaces: Nice Guys Finish Last

Paragon and Renegade Mass Effect Pendant Necklaces: Nice Guys Finish Last
Throughout the Mass Effect series, gamers have been trying to decide what decisions are best made and which are detrimental to their character. Sometimes, telling off a superior earns you more conversation options, but sometimes it just gets you in a deep pile of trash-compactor slime.

Floppy Disk Coasters Made from Wood, Not Floppies

Floppy Disk Coasters Made from Wood, Not Floppies
Even back in the day I’d sometimes use an old floppy disk as a coaster for my can of soda, but it’s not like it was particularly good at absorbing moisture. These coasters are modeled after old school floppies, but are made from wood instead – so they should do a much better job with drink sweat.

Emotigraph Has Its Many Moods

Emotigraph Has Its Many Moods
Do you have mood swings? Then you owe it to the next person about to cross the threshold into your cubicle to make sure they know if you’re happy, sad, or going to chew their head off for taking to you.

DIY Laser-Cut Camera Snaps Artsy Photos

DIY Laser-Cut Camera Snaps Artsy Photos
Have you ever thought about making your own camera? Well the KDS-POTO2 camera by Kit Man from Kit Da Studio definitely looks like it will do the job. It’s a fully functional camera, and kind of reminds me of those  Lomo camera kits that I’ve seen in the past.

Portal Test Chamber Necklaces: Wear One as a Constant Reminder to Keep Testing

Portal Test Chamber Necklaces: Wear One as a Constant Reminder to Keep Testing
Gamer girls, here’s something you might dig – assuming you’re into Portal, that is. Inspired by the test chambers in the games, this fun necklace features five of those generic-looking warning icons, lined up in a neat little row.

Engrain Tactile Keyboard: Who WOODn’t Want One?

Engrain Tactile Keyboard: Who WOODn’t Want One?
This might just be the most beautiful keyboard I’ve ever laid eyes on. Each key cap on this modified Apple keyboard is cut from sandblasted lumber, providing a ridged, tactile feel under fingertips.

Video Game Console Ornaments: for Devoted Gamers

Video Game Console Ornaments: for Devoted Gamers
Last year we shared with you a bunch of laser-cut video game controller ornaments; technabob hoped that Dave aka Use Your Digits would make console versions as well – wish granted. Dave is now selling tiny versions of the PSOne, PS2, PS3, Sega Genesis, Dreamcast, NES, SNES, N64, Xbox and the Xbox 360. Just like the controllers – which by the way are still available – the ornaments are made from acrylic and come in a variety of colors: red, black, white and yellow.

Tinysaur: Dinosaurs Get Really, Really Small

Tinysaur: Dinosaurs Get Really, Really Small
This has got to be the coolest thing I’ve seen this week. These incredibly small dinosaur kits let you build a miniature museum of natural history on your desktop. Artist Kelly Farrell’s Tinysaurs are incredibly weensy kits which let you build your own mini-dinos.

Video Game Controller Ornaments Are Very Merry Indeed

Video Game Controller Ornaments Are Very Merry Indeed
With Turkey Day just around the corner, I figured it was safe for me to start mentioning some Christmas geek goodies – and these ones are a great way to get you in a festive mood.
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