Stradivarius players would blanch, but the electric Squidolin takes the violin into the 21st century with amplifier output and the ability to teach beginners with a series of simple exercises.
Alright, so nobody really loves traffic, but I Love Traffic gives us a peek into the harried lives of traffic lights; it starts off easy but quickly turns frenetic, making accidents a near inevitability.
RayBan’s original 1952 Wayfarers get reproduced for the first time ever; it’s faithful to the original specs, with oversized metal hinges, mineral glass lenses and an olive-brown/black frame.
With stomach-turning foods such as BBQ Worm Crisps, Scorpion Vodka and Oven-Baked Tarantula, Edible.com seems anything but; still, it’s the perfect shop for culinary adventurers.
The Snyper One is the inaugural watch of the eponymous brand; every single piece of the watch is made in Switzerland, from the PVD-coated 44mm steel case to the 7755 S movement.
Forgotten Places breathes life into decaying buildings with slow tracking shots that are hauntingly beautiful; if you like grunge, this video is oozing with rust, grime, and even bullet holes.
New fans of the Trek franchise would be remiss to ignore the show that started it all: The Original Series looks stunning on Blu-ray with Season 1 spread out on 7 dual-layered discs.
The grey color is a bit of an appetite killer, but these Whiskey Stones keep your drinks on the rocks without watering them down like regular ice; simply wash and refreeze when done.
Adidas and Vespa team up with the Vespa Special, which blends a 60s desert boot and a mid-top sneaker; it sports tonal triple stripes on a suede upper and an embossed Vespa logo.
It has some stability issues, but we like how Stweet.com mashes up Twitter and Google Maps; it uses street views to lend even more of a voyeuristic quality to live tweets.
If you’re drowning in a sea of cheap IKEA furniture, these Ratchet Allen-Keys should come in handy; they pack 9 different hex-shaped allen wrenches and come in imperial or metric.
Artisan and Turbochargers.com’s 2010 Camaro SS SA-600 adds twin GTK350 turbochargers, a front-mounted intercooler, new exhaust system and remapped ECU, good for 600hp.
Eyecatching reflective rainbow-tinted lenses are wrapped in classic aviator-style black frames with these Mosley Tribes The Hagen sunglasses; logo at the temples and rubber tips.
On display at the 2009 Maker Faire from 5/30-5/31, Charlie Bucket’s Fluid Sculpture is as mesmerizing as it is a bit grotesque; it’s a mixture of mineral oil, water and dye. Thanks, K!
Portable and durable, the Freeloader uses solar panels to charge a 1,000 mAh Li-Ion battery, enough to run your iPod for 18 hours; it also includes a power cable with 11 adapter tips.
Yes, that’s a question mark in our title: we really doubt this video is in-game footage for Beyond Good & Evil 2, but even if it’s pre-rendered, it puts Mirror’s Edge’s parkour to shame.
It’s hard to believe it’s been over two decades since the Macintosh 128k, but this Exploded 128 t-shirt by Garry Booth celebrates the computer from the famous 1984 commercial.
The campiness of TOS Star Trek turns out to be a perfect match for This Ain’t Star Trek XXX; yes, it’s a NSFW adult film by Hustler, but the goofy HD trailer above is mostly harmless.
Good until 5 pm PST today (5/9), Charles & Marie’s Limited Edition Phonofone II is on sale for $300; it’s essentially a passive amplified speaker for your iPod made entirely out of ceramic.
Saving money never sounded so good: Teenage Engineering’s Styrofoam Turntable is constructed from high density foam and actually works; they also plan to make an OP-1 Synth.
Hello, fanboy flame war bait: the same folks who brought us the Death Star over San Francisco video are back, this time pitting the Death Star vs. Star Trek’s USS Enterprise.
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