Now I’ll start out by saying that if I even tried to skateboard during the daytime, I’d probably end up with a bloody lip and a concussion within 10 minutes, so the idea of skateboarding in the dark is completely off-limits for me.
I am a fan of the purveyor of oddities known as Quirky. The company has some of the coolest and strangest things you never really need, but want nonetheless. The latest offering from the company is the Mantis.
This dock allows you to charge and sync your iPhone ,while at the same time mesmerizing anyone who watches it for too long.
The hypnotic LED light show inside the round dock can be programmed to display plasma, lightning, flames, rainbow, breath, or remix effects.
This unusual watch concept from the Ukraine gets its inspiration from cigarette lighters.
Actually, at first glance at the Lightning LED watch concept, I thought it looked like an electric cooktop, but then those tiny blue and yellow “flames” that go around the perimeter to indicate hours and minutes threw me.
Well, they’ve done it again. Tokyoflash has made another one of those cool concept watches into reality. The idea behind the Kisai Console was posted on their blog back in February 2010. And now it’s going to be on hipster’s wrists everywhere!
Yes, I didn’t like TRON: Legacy all that much. However I did like the original 1982 TRON. My disdain for Legacy didn’t stop me from like this DIY hack, though. This dude made his own kinda sorta TRON suit.
If you always want the biggest TV on the block, you might want to wait until after January. It turns out that LG is working on a full LED backlit 3D TV that’s a whopping 72-inches diagonal.
The new LZ9700 is a THX certified set, and offers 480Hz “true-motion” technology, which is designed to not only make for smooth motion, but to reduce flicker in 3D programs.
At this point, LG hasn’t announced pricing or a release date for the LZ9700, but it’s expected to hit stores in early 2011.