Molecular gastronomy has certainly made its mark with foodies. Now you can try these techniques in your own kitchen. You’ll be spherifying, gelifying and emulsifying meals in no time with this kit.
Crafted from concrete, steel and aluminum, Atelier Takagi’s LED tabletop lamps get their inspiration from the bright lights you’d find lining pre-fab community streets and mall parking lots.
Now you can hug eBoy’s pixel-packed art. Choose from landscapes of New York, Los Angeles, and Baltimore Docks – if those cities had giant apes and robot dinosaurs, that is.
An “exceptionally well-balanced 7-year old rum”, Ron de Jeremy was made by the legendary Master Distiller, 72-year old Francisco “Don Pancho” Fernandez. You had us at Ron de Jeremy.
Replicate your Facebook behavior in the real world by stamping stuff you enjoy with the “Like” badge. As an added bonus, the set lets you “Dislike” stuff too, which we often wish Facebook would allow too.
Randy Sarafan hacked his Lunchtime Clock to automatically speed up by 20% at 11 am every day, then slow down by another 20% at 11:48, extending the lunch hour by 12 delicious minutes.
Thanks to its dock, losing the Motorola R331 Easy Find remote should hardly be a problem. Pressing the Find Key on the dock makes the remote emit a sound and flash its lights for easy location.
Mauricio Arruda cheated a bit to make the Mesa Baralho. The playing cards are actually 4mm-thick steel plates 13 times larger than an actual card, enabling the two stacks to support up to 550 lbs.
Heat your food the way the pros do it with Bon Home’s heat lamp. It uses infrared heat to keep food warm without drying it out. Adjustable to accommodate food of all shapes and sizes.
We had a chance to listen to these compact speakers at CES, and they sounded amazing for their size. The 2.1 kit includes a booming 100w active subwoofer, and 2 x 25w satellites.
LA Design Studio’s collection is comprised of a sofa, an armchair, a coffee table, desk and a lamp with aluminum parts fashioned to look like they were components of the classic Shelby 427.
The Cave by Heimplanet is an inflatable tent. No assembly is required – just use a pump or compressor and you’ll have it set up in less than a minute. Goodbye tent poles – you won’t be missed.
People will be jealous of your coolness as you class up your Mountain Dew in the morning with this goofy and stylish peeing dog drinking glass, which conveniently provides an excellent refill reminder.
Loris Bottello’s Tron-inspired Ring Lamp uses bioluminescent polymers to emit light, and rotating the disk changes the light intensity. Brush contacts transfer the power to the outer copper ring.
IE-TAG sticky notes are made of recycled paper, using excess wood from the construction of houses. The shape also makes it easier to pick a single note from the pad. Also handy as bookmarks.
Fully capture a memory of an event by combining a photograph with mementos in the Face frame collection; the clear, faceted forms allow you to stand them in different directions for the best view.
Don’t text while driving. It’s so obvious that we shouldn’t even be told about it. But as the people in this documentary will attest, we still do it anyway. Don’t wait until one of these becomes your story.
Think that old man staggering down the street looks helpless? Not if he’s wielding this cane that conceals a 1-million volt stun gun that’ll subdue any attacker. Illegal in some states, so check yours.
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