With the Ares I-X a success, boning up on your LEM skills may not be a bad idea; the Apollo 11 Owner’s Manual will teach you how to do burns, orbital rendezvous, and moon landings.
This Mayhem trailer for Darksiders doesn’t reveal anything new, but we like its angsty, vengeance-be-mine style; the protagonist seems hell-bent on sending everyone to hell.
The Might-D-Light LED130 is one heckuva worklight: it not only folds up for portability, but includes 80 LEDs, AC and DC chargers, neodymium magnets, and reflective strips for safety.
Stephane Perruchon’s Dualshock Controller Table is the real Playstation Home; it’s just a concept, but we’d kick up our feet on the ABS handles any day–let’s just hope it doesn’t vibrate.
Dita’s Lancier collection is made for drivers, pilots, and sailors; three sets of polarized, zero-distortion lenses are available, plus lightweight frames made out of titanium and zyl acetate.
While we still like the US trailer, this UK trailer for Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time has much more of a grand, epic feel a-la-Lord of the Rings, with narration by the princess herself.
We could do without the “gnarly” skull, but Thrustmaster’s T-Freestyle NW is a boon for skate- and snowboarders; the maple Wii controller employs rolling motion and lateral movement tech.
To call The Astronomer’s Dream trippy is a galactic understatement, but we’re slack-jawed over its amazing details; you can support indie director Malcolm Sutherland by buying the DVD.
Akira fans are in for a treat with faithfully rendered 1:6 scale models of Kaneda and his bike; we’re most impressed by the latter, which sports LED lights, sound effects, and a working suspension.
Because racing just seems more fun when you’re dodging oil tankers, airplanes and buildings: this Standstill trailer for Split/Second shows the heavy consequences of looking pretty.
With a giant 8400 cubic inches, the Rolling Thunder Duffel will eat smaller bags alive; it features reinforced in-line skate wheels, TPE tarpaulin, and a go-cart frame with aluminum chassis.
Tom Baker’s LA Without Traffic takes on the most car-centric city in the US; it’s eery enough that we felt a bit lost without the bumper to bumper traffic, rubberneckers and smog.
Mavizen’s TTX02 is the world’s first production electric supersport bike, and a geeky one at that: able to hit 130 mph, it runs on Linux and features a web server, USB ports and Wi-Fi.
It’s not MacHeist 4, but the nanoBundle includes six apps worth $154 (Hordes of Orcs, Twitterific) for free; the sixth app, Mariner Write, will be released when 500k bundles are downloaded.
Sophisticated yet just a bit unorthodox, Audemars Piguet’s Millenary Carbon One sports an oval forged carbon case, tourbillon, ceramic pushers, and crocodile leather strap.
No space opera is complete without its villains, and this Enemies trailer for Mass Effect 2 delivers them en masse: we get a look at the Collectors, as well as the Reapers and Geth.
Dave Sterling’s NES (and TV and controllers) are crafted out of LEGOs, but we’re most impressed by the NES itself: it sports spring loaded buttons and a push-down cartridge loading system.
Created by 300/Wolverine VFX artist Matthew Santoro, Offline is the culmination of a two year effort; it’s a short film/spec trailer that’s looking to get backed as a full-length sci-fi film.
Svelte and spartan, Porsche’s new Boxster Spyder weighs just 2,811 lbs (176 lbs less than the Spyder); it sports a 3.4 L boxer 6 with 320 hp (0-60 in 4.6s) and a low-slung soft top.
Blackberry’s Curve 8530 does a double debut today at both Verizon ($99 on 11/20) and Sprint (price TBA); they both feature an optical trackpad, EVDO Rev.A, Wi-Fi, and 2 MP camera.
Despicable Me’s second trailer reveals not one but two villains in a Spy vs. Spy-esque game of one-upmanship; Steve Carrell voices Gru while Jason Segel plays his arch nemesis, Vector.
Spore comes to Facebook with Spore Islands; you’ll get to build and evolve a creature as usual, but it plays more like Game of Life with an entertaining (but hands-off) observation mode.
This ain’t no plastic KFC doohickey: TAD Gear’s second-generation Folding Titanium Spork uses a stronger Ti alloy, tougher rivets, and a combination bottle cap lifter and can opener.
theory11 seems like it’s back to its old tricks with Genesis v1, but it’s actually a slick, magic-free training DVD with 30 moves that teach you how to flourish cards–aka, the art of cardistry.
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