Andrew Mitchell’s Squibble Braille Interface concept features 779 ultrasonic motors to provide tactile and high contrast feedback; it’s designed to work with cellphones via Bluetooth.
Also fresh from Google today: over 300 Chrome Extensions are now available for Windows users, while Mac and Linux finally get their own version of the Chrome browser.
Minifigs get superpowers thanks to artist Ulises Farinas’ LEGO Superheroes; he’s only done two pieces (DC-themed Rise and Lego my Marvel), but they’re absolutely marvel-ous.
Boxee lands a one-two punch with the heavily revamped Beta (due out 1/7/2010) and D-Link’s Boxee Box (2Q 2010); the latter features HDMI out, Wi-Fi, ethernet and two USB ports.
Minimal exterior mods make Wimmer RS’ Volkswagen GTI an ideal sleeper: a new turbo and engine tweaks boost the 2.0 L TFSI from 211 hp to 386 hp and 336 lb-ft of torque.
While it may not be bright enough to signal the Dark Knight, this Batlamp is ideal for do-gooder decorating; made with cardboard and RGB LEDs, the lighting is controlled by Arduino.
Live long, and puppet: this Party Trick tee proves that Spock’s greeting also makes him the life of the party–at least until he Vulcan nerve pinches everyone after too much Romulan Ale.
It’s the meal that never ends: while not a true Mobius strip, George Hart’s Mobius Bagel is a topological godsend for maximizing spreadable surface area; in other words, mo’ cream cheese.
Check out the official pictures for the Star Wars x adidas apparel and footwear lines; part of its Spring/Summer 2010 collection, it’ll be available in January 2010 at adidas Originals stores.
Peek at the real world with Google Goggles; it’s a basic visual search for Android phones that can store business cards as well as ID books, art, businesses, and landmarks.
Dell’s 13.3″ Vostro V13 boasts Adamo at a netbook price; 0.65″ thin and just 3.5 lbs., it tops out with a 1.3 GHz Core 2 Duo, 4 GB RAM, 500 GB HDD, eSATA, and card reader.
Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo, aka the VSS Enterprise, has been unveiled; with the help of VMS Eve, it’ll ferry 6 passengers and 2 pilots to the edge of space starting in 2011 for $200k.
Set to music by Manabe Takayuki, Sugimoto Kousuke’s seemingly endless The TV Show will blow your mind; it’s an independent effort by Kousuke, who is a self-taught animator.
Less is definitely more with Hannes Vaht’s minimalist Desk; the 40″ table sports a two-tone birch veneer finish, under-desk drawer, and two rear-mounted swiveling laptop bays.
The developers in this Vehicle Stunts trailer admit that Just Cause 2 may not be super realistic, but we’re all for doing “really, really stupid stuff”; it’ll include over 100 different vehicles.
Chill Pill creators Everki are back with another ergonomic goodie: the Camber is a netbook case (up to 13″) with a curved EVA shell that doubles as an inclined lap stand or travel desk.
The living dead strike back in this series of re-imagined Star Wars posters; created by Matt Bush for zombie theme week at StarWars.com, all six episodes get an infected makeover.
A fire starter isn’t the most inconspicuous thing to flash in plain sight, but you can’t beat the Spycam Lighter for its size; it records 640×480 video and features 4 GB storage with USB port.
You won’t go to hell, but Brimstone’s Quadracycle may land you in jail: made in the USA, this 4-wheeled hot rodding beast tops out at 750 hp and goes 0-60 in 2.8 seconds.
Literally the most powerful pictures ever, Michael Platon’s World Leader Photographs were a semi-impromptu project taken over the course of five days at the United Nations.
Textures, tones, and teamwork are the name of the game with Vans’ 2010 line, on preview at Sneaker Freaker; it includes collabs with Crooks & Castles plus a new Hemp pack.
Filled with tests of L-block temptations and delayed line pieces, any hopes you had that the 8-bit heavens are fair and just will disappear like a row of blocks in this God of Tetris video.
Anti System’s Extreme Clocks are time trials of a different sort: the clocks come in three completely one-of-a-kind designs that are made from 20″ BMX tires and recycled skateboards.
Pass Labs’ new X260.5 is a 260-watt mono-block amplifier in a manageable size; the high power A/B amplifier features Super-Symmetry topology, which reduces distortion and noise 100x.
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