Want to really stand out the next time you go out clubbin’? Then look no further than these totally over-the-top illuminated clothes from LumiGram.
For a casual night out, why not try on one of Lumigram’s Lumitop fiber optic tops?
What do you get when you take a couple of bright red LEDs, a tiny circuit board, a few wires and strap them to a couple of batteries ? I’ll tell you what you get. You get Machine PP3, a teensy, weensy little pocket sized robot that will charm the socks off of anyone he meets.
Designed by inventor Wayne Poulton of Addject, Machine PP3 glides and spins along any smooth surface while his little bug-like red eyeballs light his way.
The guys over at Tokyoflash just revealed their latest digital watch today, and this one is really quite a looker, IMHO.
The new Kisai Keisan watch uses a unique rippled convex lens that magnifies the lighting effect from the LEDs behind the numbers in the watch face.
Weird gadget time! This USB-powered fan has LEDs on its blades that can display colorful patterns or one of more than 30 preset text messages. Why more than 30? I don’t know. What’s it called? The “USB 30+ Light Show Fan.”
This funky modern watch out of Japan tells time not with hands or numbers, but with a tiny little electrocardiogram machine that sits on your wrist.
OK, the EIN Cyber Heartbeat LED watch doesn’t actually tell you if your heart is still beating, but its LED graphical display is styled to look like a mini heart monitor.
You could easily buy your own binary clock or watch, but is that really in the spirit of such a timepiece? One could easily argue that a purchased binary watch just isn’t quite geeky enough. If you want to show your real geek cred, you’ve got to bust out some tools and make your own.
Ari’s hulking watch began life as a simple binary pocket watch, but at the urgings of the BenHeck.com
This DIY electronic kit lets you live out your Battlestar Galactica fantasies in miniature. Dale Wheat’s tinyCylon circuit is a pint-sized version of the chasing red LEDs found in the helmets of everyone’s favorite Battlestar baddies.
The tinyCylon gets its tiny little brains from the programmable ATtiny13 controller chip, and loaded with more patterns than you can shake a stick at.
Bloggers/photographers/tiny mecha manufacturers Lenny & Meriel take cold and complicated computer innards and turn them into something heartwarming: Sparebots.
The photo above is captioned, “I think we should try a 5.” Awwww.
And that’s a robot dog that poops lead.
If I told you to put a pile of fiery ants on your wrist every day, you’d probably say I was crazy. But with this entomological timepiece from Japan, you can cover your arm with ’em without any risk of getting bitten.
The Seahope ANTS watch tells time using a bunch of the little 6-legged buggers.
Here’s an innovative way to shed some light on your drab old living quarters.
Product designer Maarten DeCeulaer’s Nomad Light Molecules can be interconnected to create completely new organic shapes on demand.
Each individual sphere of light can operate independently for up to 4 hours on a single charge.
But as each light fades from white to red, it means that it’s hungry for a recharge.
Here’s a new LED watch that’s sure to draw attention whenever you go to check the time.
The STORM Faze watch features a unique dot-matrix LED display, concealed behind a plastic lens that sort of reminds me of the compound eye of an insect.
Dairy may have been demoted from the four basic food groups (it’s actually now one of the top six), but it’s still an important part of a well-balanced diet. The good news is that you can now enjoy as many glasses of milk as you want, with none of those pesky calories, carbs or fat.
That’s because these glasses aren’t actually filled with milk.
These new devices let you create music by waving your hands in the air. The sensor sticks can detect the position and velocity of your hands as they move in front of them.
Airheads work as a standard MIDI controller, you can connect them to most synthesizers or even a drum machine, so you can play some serious air drums.
Normal candle: hey LED candle! I’m made of wax!
LED candle: so am I.
Normal candle: people can put me out just by blowing on my flame!
LED candle: same here.
Normal candle: …
LED candle: people can put me ON just by blowing on my flame.
Is that a Wii-mote in your pocket, or are you just glad to see me? That’s the question your friends will be asking when you pop these mini Wii controller keychains into your pants.
These weensy Wii-motes (just 2.25″
Do you long for the days of carrying around a giant sound system on your shoulders? This watch brings back fond boombox memories without the risk of back injury.
Flüd’s Boombox watch looks like a tiny version of the “portable” stereos of days gone by.