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.
When you think about lighting fixtures, it’s pretty typical that they’re made out of some kind of rigid form. But this unusual light is actually made like a balloon. It’s sort of like that inflatable autopilot in the movie Airplane!,
The GOGO lantern is a new portable lamp that’s currently being funded over on Kickstarter. The product is just what it sounds like, a lantern that you can use on the go or at home. The GOGO has some cool features, with the big one being a solar panel on top to charge the lantern when you are out in the field.
Remember that cryptic wristband that the Predator wore? You know, the one that he used to blow himself up with at the end of the first movie? Well if he wore a wristwatch, it might look something like this.
If you like Darth Vader and LEGO, this is the desk lamp for you. It looks like an oversize Vader minifig with a massive Lightsaber in his hand.
While the lightsaber has a proper red blade, it uses white LEDs to shed light on your homework, LEGO builds, or whatever else needs to be enlightened by the power of the Dark Side.
If you are looking for a cool new night light or mood light, check out Glowscenes. It is a unique accent light that is inspired by nature, and designed to deliver relaxation and calm.
Guido Bonelli created these cool lights, and you can find them on Kickstarter.
Anyone who didn’t grow up back in the early ’80s doesn’t really understand how awesome it was when video games started hitting the scene. In those days, if we found a quarter in the road, we were in the gas station arcade 60 seconds later.
I’ve used a number of computer mice over the years, from the rudimentary upside-down trackball types of days gone by, to high-tech wireless laser and multitouch mice. They each have had their time in the sun at my desk, but it’s time to say goodbye to all of them now that I’ve found the SteelSeries Rival 700.
There was a time when a mousepad was just a basic thing, designed to keep your mouse gliding smoothly across your desktop. But the SteelSeries QcK Prism goes far beyond this utility, functioning not only as an excellent surface for precision mousing, but as a cool decorative accessory for your gaming surface.
I love my dear wife, but she can be a real asshole sometimes. If I get out of bed in the dark to go to the bathroom, I stumble through the pitch black room, navigate the gaping maw of the pile of 57 shoes she never puts away that reside on my side of the bed, silently lift the lid, and then pee on the sides of the bowl so the splash doesn’t wake her.
If you’re like me, your garage is filled with all kinds of stuff – tools, boxes, bikes, lawn equipment, and, oh yea, cars. One of the most annoying things about looking for stuff in there is that regular light bulbs don’t do a very good job illuminating the place.
Do you want people to think you’re some sort of a wizard, capable looking into their world from a great distance and casting spells over them? You need the Supernova Sphere.
This 8″ light-up orb looks like the kind of mystical crystal ball that a villainous wiz might use to look in on their victims from afar.