Hey! Watch where you’re pointing that cup of coffee! Show them you really mean business in your next meeting when you walk in carrying your cup of joe in one of these.
Racer X Design’s proposed 2+2 Bugatti Streamliner is actually based on the Bentley Continental GT platform, but it sure doesn’t look like any Bentley we’ve ever seen. Now if only it actually existed.
By sequencing images taken in rapid succession by 9 iPhones, these bloggers from Tokyo managed to recreate the famous Matrix “bullet time” visual effect. Next time, they want 30 iPhone users.
The hosts of a French-Canadian cooking show can’t get over what their guest chose to cook, a giant clam which looks like something else entirely. As a YouTube commenter succinctly put it, “lol penis”.
Hold your breath for 4 minutes, and watch this unreal clip of freediver Gillaume Nery, as he jumps head first into Dean’s Blue Hole, the deepest blue hole on the planet. (Note: Fiction, but still cool).
We get our first glimpse at the Lost Planet-esque combat action in SEGA’s E3 2010 promo clip. Created by Shinji Mikami of Resident Evil fame, it looks like it’s shaping up nicely for a 12/31 release.
Created by BCC1â€™s Bang Goes The Theory tv show, the Car-puccino is the worldâ€™s first coffee powered car. The converted 1988 Volkswagen Scirocco has a
caffeine buzz top speed of 60 mph.
We had no idea they had Ninjas in Norway, but KommandÃ¸r Treholt & Ninjatroppen tells the story of how Cmdr. Arne Treholt and his Ninja Force saved Norway during the Cold War. Go figure.
Square Enix has taken wraps off the E3 launch trailer for latest Deus Ex game. The CG was created with the Final Fantasy team, and if the game looks anything like this, it’ll be a stunner.
Audi’s design team first hinted at putting their own unique spin on the foosball table back in 2008, and they’re finally making good on their promise. Only 20 of the $15,900 tables will be made. Game on!
NSFW. Given all the controversy about Steve Jobs’ unbending position on keeping adult content off of the iPhone, it was only fitting that the little green Android responded in this take off on Avenue Q.
Jesse Rosten offers a simple, albeit slightly impractical way to make the most out of your iPad. Just add Velcro, and voila – the world is your dock. Or not. The combo does have its limits.