Current glasses-free displays have poor viewing angles. Toshiba’s concept display solves the problem by turning the tables: the display will be the one moved, while user’s head stays still.
It’s Minifigs blowing up Minifigs in this action-packed Lego stop motion by YouTube user Keshen8. There’s so much going on from start to finish that you’ll barely have time to blink.
You can get this T-800 skeleton used in Terminator 2, an Iron Man glove worn by RDJ, Sulu uniform worn by George Takei and more at Profiles in History’s 43rd Hollywood Memorabilia auction.
Steve Carrell’s supervillian Gru gets help from three bonus short films starring his army of wacky Minions in this Blu-ray/DVD/Digital combo pack. While it’s no Pixar flick, it’s still a crowdpleaser.
Star Wars-loving fathers who want to have an open and healthy conversation about Jar Jar and the differences between a “good trilogy” and an “uh-oh trilogy” with their kids: watch this. (Thanks Brian!)
Need a gift for the guy who has every gadget and video game? Go old school with this hardwood edition of the classic word game, with embossed wood tiles, raised letter grid, and metal tile racks.
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides picks up where At World’s End left off, with Captain Jack searching for the Fountain of Youth, which leads to a chance encounter with dread pirate Blackbeard.
If you missed The Walking Dead’s brief, but epic 6-episode Season One, this supercut edited by Eric Linn sums up each and every zombie death in just 69-seconds. Wait, aren’t zombies already dead?
ThinkGeek’s exclusive gourmet whole bean coffee, hand roasted by Stormtroopers, is perfect for Dark Lords of the Sith, or friends who enjoy spicy undertones with smoky, dark-roasted complexity.
The latest trailer for Mortal Kombat shows archenemies Scorpion and Sub-Zero engaged in combat. Scorpion gains the upper hand, but just when Shao Kahn orders Scorpion to “Finish Him”…
Chris O’Shea has been trying to make an Air Guitar game since 2007, and when the Kinect came out he saw a golden opportunity. He has no plans to make an actual video game though.
This tiny sardine can has everything you need to survive in the wild. It’s packed with 25 items, including fish hook & line, compass, fire starter cube, and even a tea bag. No sardines though.
The first with the “Charger” name, it was used as a show car in 1964. Now restored, it has a 600+ bhp Hemi V8 engine and automatic transmission. The bad-ass look has been there since the beginning.
Pop them bottles with this nifty little tool from Bosch. The IXO Vino comes with an exclusive corkscrew attachment. And unlike other wine bottle openers, it’s also a screwdriver. Purchase justified!
Replicas of classic car radiators – Rolls Royce, Bugatti, Bentley, Mercedes and Jaguar – that double as flasks. Drinking and driving don’t mix, but if you can afford these, you can afford a driver.
You’ll need an old 1987-1993 Mustang to the Mk4 Roadster kit car. Then, you’ll need about 200 hours of your spare time to convert your old pony car into this luscious classic Cobra replica.
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