These clever desk lamps get their inspiration from classic LEGO building blocks. Designed by Taiwan’s 25togo, these LED illuminated acrylic block lamps look just like a giant-size version of the popular plastic playthings.
The blocks have a snap-off top layer that’s designed to hold pens, pencils and other office items.
Here’s a dark and disturbing Gears of War Xbox 360 casemod that would make Cliffy B. himself proud.
Modder DFW Monkie, the same guy who brought us this creepy alligator Xbox 360, has outdone himself this time with his new Gears 360.
Feeling a little blue today? Green with envy? Why the heck shouldn’t your wristwatch match your mood? Now it can, thanks to this new multi-color LED watch from Ohsen.
Just press the top button to cycle through 7 different backlight colors – perfect for color-coordinating your outfit or your state of mind.
The guys over at MAKE recently showed visitors how to make a “Brain Machine”, a trippy looking device which reaches into your mind and helps you to chill out. Now, thanks to the miracle of modern science, you can buy one in kit form and try it on for yourself.
Looking for something a little different to set on your bedside table? This new alarm clock tears apart the hours, minutes and seconds and places them on individual time-telling blocks.
Seiji’s LED block alarm clock are interconnected using ribbon cables with enough slack in them to let you stack them pretty much any way you like.
I’m a sucker for lightsabers. Sure, I’d really like to have an authentic one that could sear off limbs or disintegrate your foes in a single swipe, but as an inhabitant of the real world, I generally have to settle for cheap toys instead.
The “Superior Watch” from Kyle Cherry looks like a minimalist bracelet with LEDs but is, of course, a sneaky watch. The top row is for hours and the bottom row is for minutes.
The website says that each watch is custom-made.
How’d you like one of these organic glowing orbs hanging from your ceiling? The intricate Laluna chandelier uses brightly lit, intertwined strands of fiber optics to light up your room.
Designed by German artist Steffen Bauer for Crescent lighting, the Laluna fiber optic lamp connects to a bright halogen (which changes color with a turning color wheel) or color-changing LED light source which can be mounted in the ceiling or in another room.
The Poplight is the latest LED lighting fixture to come from Mathmos, the same guys responsible for the original Lava Lamp back in the 1960s.
Each Poplight is made from handblown glass and gradually fades between shades of blue, purple, violet, magenta, red, and back.
Check out these dramatic new watches, courtesy of the house of Diesel. When not displaying the current time, the mirrored surface of the display makes the time disappear into thin air.
Each watch tells time using a scrolling red LED dot-matrix display which floats behind a curvy, shiny electroplated exterior.
“A Step in the Right Direction” is a sneaker that detects Wi-Fi while you walk, via a tricky network detection unit embedded under the left shoe flap.
The three LEDs on the flap (supposedly) show you how much Wi-Fi action is within 50 meters.
After you decked out your Rock Band rig with a light show and smoke machine, I bet you thought you added all the cheap theatrics you’d ever want. But when I saw these light-up drumsticks, I knew there was just a little more you could do to crank your performances up to 11.
Somewhere around 3 or 4 in the morning, at the deepest point of my R.E.M. sleep, my orange tabby insists on jumping into the bed, meowing incessantly, as he plots to claw my eyeballs out. Now I’ve got a whole different way for a cat to freak me out and jar me awake from my slumber.