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Tag: Water

Space Invaders Water Bottles: Fill ‘Em With Alien Fluids

Space Invaders Water Bottles: Fill ‘Em With Alien Fluids
I don’t know why, but I really can’t resist anything with those fun-loving Space Invaders on them. Case in point, these new water bottles featuring those classic arcade critters. I’m really not sure what the connection is between space aliens and bottled H20, but what was the last time Japanese video game schwag made much sense?

Magic Ball: Your Personal Clean Air Act

Magic Ball: Your Personal Clean Air Act
Does your closet smell like old gym socks? Is Fido stinking up the place and making you sneeze? Does somebody like onions and runny French cheese? If this sounds like your house, perhaps you could us one of these.

Amphibious Media Player Floats, Docks on Dry Land

Amphibious Media Player Floats, Docks on Dry Land
Here’s a unique digital media player from Japan’s Victor/JVC. It’s a completely self-contained waterproof audio system that can float in your tub. When Victor’s XA-AQ33-W media player isn’t swimming around the bathtub with you, it can head to dry dock in a stand that sits on your bedside table.

The Sights and Sounds of the Islands

The Sights and Sounds of the Islands
Picture yourself lying on the beach, listening to the crashing waves, soaring seagulls and the squawks of far-off dolphins… Now you can bring a bit of that feeling inside your house, thanks to this new gizmo from Japan’s TakaraTomy.

Remote Controlled Water Cannon Lets You Soak Your Friends

Remote Controlled Water Cannon Lets You Soak Your Friends
Just in time for those Summer swimming pool excursions comes this great way to add a little life to your aquatic activities. The water cannon floats around your swimming pool, and can remotely fire 20-foot blasts of water at unsuspecting victims from up to 40-feet away.

Hooked! for Wii Adds Fishing Rod to Wii-Mote

Hooked! for Wii Adds Fishing Rod to Wii-Mote
The upcoming fishing game HOOKED! Real Motion Fishing for the Nintendo Wii will ship with a goofy looking fishing rod attachment for the Wii’s controller. While the Wii-mote will be used as the fishing rod, you’ll rapidly “reel in” the line by using your Nunchuk controller.

Aquarain Turns Your Bath Into a Light and Fountain Show

Aquarain Turns Your Bath Into a Light and Fountain Show
This gadget takes your ordinary bathtub and brings it to life in a cascade of moving water and bright colors. The AquaRain is a battery-powered device that floats along the surface of your bathwater and sprays a geyser of constantly recirculating water into the air in a couple of different patterns.

Drop: the Water-Resistant iPod Speaker

Drop: the Water-Resistant iPod Speaker
These funky speakers provide let you listen to your iPod in the kitchen, on the beach or in the bathtub while keeping your precious music player nice and dry. The unique ZumReed Drop Speaker looks like a water droplet, and features a hidden nook that securely docks your iPod on the inside.

R2-D2 Gets Powered by Steam

R2-D2 Gets Powered by Steam
I’ve seen some crazy robots in my time, but this one could take the cake. It’s a replica of everyone’s favorite trashcan robot, R2-D2, running on steam power. The R2-S2 robot uses compressed steam to drive the bot around, spewing jets of water vapor into the air as it goes for a ride.

Water and Weather Resistant Control for Your iPod

Water and Weather Resistant Control for Your iPod
Belkin’s forthcoming SportCommand seeks to provide a solution for remotely control your iPod in inclement weather or while performing outdoor activites. The remote provides wireless control of key iPod navigation including pause/play, next/previous track and volume.

Water + Electricity = Light?

Water + Electricity = Light?
Somehow the idea of placing electrodes into a water-filled orb to seems like a bad idea. However, artist Scott J. Franklin has designed a series of glass lighting fixtures that do just that. The WET Lamp from NON Design is a glass orb with a 10-watt xenon light bulb in the center, then filled with water.