Now is your chance to live like the caped crusader on your next vacation. This Batman themed hotel room in Taiwan will let you relax and feel like Batman/Bruce Wayne. It is the ultimate getaway for Bat-fans.
Booze and Hello Kitty. Sooner or later the two had to collide. Now when you sit back and realize just how much money you have spent on Hello Kitty swag, you can drink some Hello Kitty beer and drown your sorrows.
Most movie marketing is all about creating cool looking posters and teasing us with short trailers, but there is some clever marketing happening in Taiwan for Star Trek Into Darkness. Check out Benedict Cumberbatch locked in his cell in the Ximending Shopping District.
Well, Mattel finally went out and did it. Open a Barbie-themed cafe, I mean. It’s located in Taiwan and is, as expected, fitted with furniture in various shades of pink that’ll drive any man crazy and any Barbie-loving girl equally nuts.
One of the most annoying things about headphones is dealing with the excess cable as you move around. Many earbud makers have resolved this issue by putting a small clip on the cable, but the guys at Taiwan’s 25togo didn’t think that was sufficient, and they came up with their own solution.
There’s no doubt in my mind that the Taiwanese love Angry Birds as much as everyone else, but check out this art installation of the red Angry Bird that was made for the Taiwanese presidential candidate Tsai Ing-wen.
The Flexbook was created by Taiwan-based designer Hao-Chun Huang for entry into Fujitsu’s 2011 Design Award contest. As the name implies, it’s basically a foldable netbook that can also be used as a tablet. The design is supposed to be waterproof, but only time will tell if this is possible in this form factor.
While these distinctive speakers are inspired by the Sydney Opera House, they’re actually made in Taiwan. I think good-looking desktop PC speakers are always a good thing, since they usually don’t look like much.
Have you ever thought about combining LEGOs with computers? Well, the Taiwanese have. This PC computer case has a cool LEGO-style front panel, which will allow you to decorate it with plastic building blocks.
These new robots from the Taiwan-based Aurora Group are set to invade China. Well, that’s not exactly what they’re doing there. They’ll be shown in Shanghai at the World Expo. Still, Shanghai is in China, so you never know what those ‘bots might be up to.
This colorful saucer-shaped creature is the coolest lighting fixture I’ve seen in a long time. The Yantouch Jellyfish definitely resembles the body of the gooey undersea creature that it’s named for, but lights up in many more colors than its cnidarian doppelgangers.
Wouldn’t it be cool if your could get some speakers that are even thinner than that ultra-slim flat TV you’ve got hanging on the wall? Well you might not have to wait long thanks to this new technology that produces speakers that are as thick as a sheet of paper.