While it might not be the most stylish luggage, this suitcase takes the guesswork out of weighing your baggage with its built-in digital scale. To check the suitcase’s weight, simply press the button and lift.
Deus Ex Machina makes bad-ass custom versions of motorcycles, from Kawasakis to Harleys, mixing classic charm with modern flash. Based in Sydney, they have a shop in downtown L.A. too.
Daniel Lee’s weapon-filled martial arts spectacular was nominated for best action choreography and sound design at the Hong Kong film awards. Now own it in all its blood-splattered 1080p, 7.1 glory.
Rumor has it that Sony’s NEX3 and NEX5 DSLRs are being released in June. The 14.2 megapixel NEX3 has an articulating 2.95″ LCD and shoots 720p video; the NEX5 has AVCHD 1080i video.
Seriously, what else would the extra letter in aardvark stand for? We can’t picture anything else, so we’ll concur with Ross Matlock in this goofy t-shirt he’s designed for Threadless.
Drink up for science: the methodical minds of RND Vodka use a continuous glass column distillation method to create their small batch spirit, and are donating 5% of profits to science education.
Stanford’s autonomous car manages to cram itself into a parallel parking space with stuntman-like skills. It might take a little paint off some bumpers, but we’d like to see you try this move.
Whoa. We can hardly believe it either. In just under 2 years, we’ve managed to fill the universe with 10,000 things. Since it takes two to tango, many thanks for actually reading what we post.
We’re pretty skeptical about walking on water, what with that whole gravity thing, but the guys here don’t seem to care; they’re inventing the next new sport and calling it liquid mountaineering.
This stainless steel pen has a metal alloy “nib”, so instead of ink it actually leaves bits of metal. It can write on most kinds of paper and can be sharpened using sandpaper. This one’s a keeper.