What might television look like in hell? Maybe a bit like this.
This incredibly lo-fi SatanVision television set was designed by David Forbes. It’s outputs of an unbelievably crappy 128×96 resolution image, and all of the pixels are red.
Well it’s been a while since I’ve come across any modern lighting that I would actually call “super cool”, but these unique adjustable fixtures definitely deserve their name. So I guess it’s a good thing that they’re named these lamps Supercool.
These cool new watches from Japan are the first LED timepieces I’ve seen that feature a touch-sensitive display.
Created by Japan’s SeaHope, the Dual Touch LED watch has a display that can react to your touch.
This bizarre light-up gas mask is clearly designed for those late night parties that get REALLY out of hand.
Found hidden amongst the millions of items for sale over on eBay, Cyb3rBurn’s “Cyber Rave Goth Trance LED light-up Halloween Gas Mask” will definitely draw attention the next time you’re hanging out with your friends on the dance floor.
While I’ve been waiting a really long time for the Alien Abduction Lamp to finally get mass-produced, I guess I’ll have to settle for this glowing green orb lamp from Japan for now.
These little spherical lamps sure look like some sort of retro spacecraft to me, especially the glowing green part, and the tripod legs.
The LIT Urban Underglow LED lighting kit is a great way to add a bold splash of color to any room.
These brightly illuminated LED strips from LIT let you morph any piece of furniture into a colorful new canvas.
This dramatic replacement case for the Xbox 360 is a great way to give your 360 system the much-needed makeover it deserves.
Despite its name, the new XCM Black Light Chameleon case doesn’t actually have a black light in it.
Okay, so LED-equipped headphones aren’t that useless, because as the video below shows, people can put it on when they’re jogging at night. But I’m sure the incessant blinking of the LEDs will tempt motorists to run you over anyway.
The Darth Vader lightsaber flashlight is equipped with 4 LED lights and has various authentic sound effects.
I guess that’s all a lightsaber can do in the hands of mere mortals. I’m also wondering if the red light is any good for illumination, or for adding a sense of dread on dark nights.
There’s nothing quite so yummy as a bag of chewy gummy bears – especially the red ones. While these gummy bear lighting fixtures aren’t edible, they still look like fun.
These GummiLights are made of a translucent rubber and measure in at 7-inches tall.
Brando’s got a portable sound card for you, and it’s packaged in a cute, totally not senseless, vacuum tube-style case. All you need to do is plug it in to your computer via it’s mini USB-to-USB adapter, plug in your headphones and/or mic, and you’re good to go.
Evil Mad Scientist Labs have turned their open-source hand-held gaming platform, the Meggy Jr RGB, into a one-line Twitter reader. The Meggy Jr RGB is connected to a computer running a program that detects Twitter updates and then sends “”scrolling” data” one line at a time.
How’d you like to wake up to a Sith Lord staring you down in the middle of the night? This Darth Vader alarm clock/radio from Sakar is sure to scare the crap out of you if you happen to roll over at 3am and stare into his glowing red LED eyeballs.
Want to do something creative with color-changing LEDs? This new programmable LED module might be just what the doctor ordered.
The BlinkM from ThingM (I just love saying that) is a compact module that contains an ultra-bright RGB LED and a microcontroller that you can program from your computer.
Apparently, the folks in Japan have some different ways of chilling out in the tub than what I’m familiar with. Banpresto Fruit Palette are light-up fake fruit that you float around your bathtub while you soak to help you let your mind drift.
Pocket projectors are starting to pop up everywhere, but this is the first time I’ve seen one that’s designed to work so seamlessly with the iPhone and iPods.
Phonesuit’s upcoming MiLi Pro projector combines a pocket-sized projector with the practicality of a dock.