Looking to take your Christmas tree lights to the next level this holiday season? While there are already plenty of LED light strings on the market, the ones I’ve seen in stores generally offer very basic color selections.
These days, video cameras are so small that they can be hidden inside just about anything, from a soda can, to a wall clocks, to the spine of a book. Seriously, there are tons of devices on the market which let you hide a camera where it’s unlikely to be detected.
We recently told you guys about LiteZilla, a sweet giant-size Lite-Brite that I wish I could have in my game room. Alas, I can’t afford one for my house, but I did recently get a chance to play with a LiteZilla up close and personal, and it’s pretty awesome.
In the mood to wipe out half of the universe? This Thanos Gauntlet Mood Lamp should do the trick just fine. With this lamp, you’ll rule all of the cosmos and bend reality to your will.
You may not be able to really control the universe with this gauntlet, but you will feel like you can.
Out of all of the good old 1980s arcade games, Pac-Man is one that truly stands out, with its simple looking but challenging gameplay, iconic characters, and memorable music and sounds, it’s a true masterwork of arcade gaming that’s still fun to play.
It’s starting to get cooler here in Colorado already. Mornings at altitude already require a jacket. That means that before you know it I’ll be channeling my dad and yelling at people about turning the furnace up too high and urging them to use blankets instead.
When it’s dark, it’s a pretty common practice these days to use the LED camera flash on our smartphones as a flashlight. Now you can harness its illumination and turn it into a miniature desk lamp.
Peleg Design’s Luma clips onto any smartphone, and acts as a diffuser for its flash.
If you look back at Technabob over the years, you’ll notice that we’ve featured a number of cool watches from TokyoFlash Japan. In recent years, they haven’t been as prolific as back in the day, but they’re still coming up with some really neat and unusual timepieces, like this awesome looking design shown here.
The new Blade watch is their first watch to feature real carbon fiber components, and has a neat, sculpted display which looks a lot like a turbine fan.
Celebrate one of the world’s greatest inventors with Kikkerland’s desktop sculpture of Thomas Alva Edison. Not only does it look like man behind some of the earliest electrical inventions, but it actually lights up too.
Tiny Edison stands there on your desk, light bulb in hand, ready to provide a splash of accent light to your space.
It’s something I experience here almost every morning. I wake up about an hour earlier than my wife, and it’s still pitch black in the bedroom when I’m getting dressed. I could turn the lights on, but then I’d end up waking her up, and that wouldn’t go over well.
If there’s one bit of kit that’s essential to a proper steampunk outfit, it’s a pair of goggles. Sure, you could just go down to the army surplus shop and buy some old industrial goggles, or you could do what John Park did, and make the kind of goggles that Daft Punk would have had if they were a victorian era act.
John actually made these sweet goggles for his daughter who plans on going with a steampunk look this Halloween, and they look awesome.
These days, most of us only have our latest photos in digital form. But sometimes it’s nice to have prints of our pictures so we can frame and display them around the house. Whether you snap traditional 35mm images, get your digital images printed, or use that shiny new-old Polaroid camera that just came out, here’s a fun and different way to hang your images.
These LED photo clips are basically just like Christmas lights, but each light sits behind a see-through clothespin.
For the longest time, the coolest headgear out of the world of music had to be Daft Punk’s iconic helmets, and Deadmau5’s light up mouse head. But earlier this year, Jay Kay of Jamiroquai donned a fantastic helmet not just loaded up with colorful LEDs, but motorized pieces which could change form.
Now, the guys over at 10KLumen are showing off an amazing replica build of the helmet, which looks exactly like the one in the Automaton music video.
Do you need to light up something you’re working on and need both hands free? Well sure, you could get a lantern, or maybe one of those lights you wear on your head, but I’d much rather have a robot hold the light for me.
Is your park’s basketball court busy all day? Or do you just not get to play until after work? As the days get shorter and with Daylight Savings Time coming to an end soon, night will be upon us earlier and earlier too.