With a 10,000 mAh Li-Ion battery, Brando’s Solar Charger Backpack keeps traveling gadget hounds juiced; included: multiple adapters to charge nearly any laptop, phone or USB device.
Even if you don’t like football, Harvard Beats Yale is quirky and worthwhile; it retells the 1968 game that included then-lineman Tommy Lee Jones and future Dallas Cowboy Calvin Hill.
Deceptive Deceptions is every paranoid kook’s dream come true: it strings together John Candy, NASA, Hooters and the state of Wyoming into one ridiculously tangled conspiracy.
If you’ve got a big head, broadcast it to the world: Hall of Fame and New Era’s fitted Size Caps sport a simple two-tone colorway and the size (from 7 1/8 to 7 3/4) in giant embroidery.
Jason Polan’s Evolution of the Water Pistol is a hand-drawn illustrated history of the squirt gun, from Parker Stearns’ 1896 Liquid Pistol to the 21st century’s Water Warriors Shark.
We’re not quite sold on Wolfenstein, but this Zeppelin Trailer is a Nazi hunter’s dream: you’ll get to take out everything from jetpack Nazis and ghoul Nazis to plain old ugly Nazis.
Princess Peach has a posse: this Super Mario Collector’s Edition Chess Set features 32 hand-painted figures, including the Mario Bros, Bowser, Yoshi, Toad and the 1-Up Mushroom.
Waterloo Labs’ FPS with Real Guns rigs up a projection screen with accelerometers to detect bullet impacts: in other words, it lets you literally shoot the screen while playing Half-Life.
Created by a LaCie hard drive designer, the Jetlag Alarm Clock is ideal for travelers who don’t want to fuss with hotel clocks; it’s half the size of a passport and is dead simple to use.
Watch all 94 min. of Second Skin above, for free; it’s a documentary with three stories about hardcore MMORPG gamers and the effects it has on their lives. Too much? View the trailer here.
This Pressure Points t-shirt a is perfect gift for your enemies: it’s a tongue-in-cheek map to fictional nerve clusters that’ll cause everything from bone explosion to feelings of abandonment.
We’re liking this new theatrical trailer for Where the Wild Things Are, if only because it better fleshes out the personalities of the various monsters: it’s definitely a motley, if funny crew.
Andrew Sliwinski’s Sketch3D is essentially a giant 3D Etch-A-Sketch, complete with X, Y, and Z-axis control knobs, and an accelerometer that clears the screen when it detects shaking.
The folks over at Verna’s Vipers have DIY instructions not just for a single Battlestar Galactica Viper rocket, but an entire squadron: build everything from the MK II to the Blackbird.
While its exterior is largely unchanged, the Porsche’s 2010 911 Turbo gets significant upgrades under the hood: a 3.8L 500hp flat-six, lower weight, and RWD bias make it a contender.
Installed outside a Montreal ticket office, Moment Factory’s LED Video Wall uses tracking devices to interact with passersby in seemingly random ways, often without their knowledge.
William Gurstelle’s Absinthe & Flamethrowers is a book that puts the dangerous in DIY: it includes risky, but well-engineered guides that include eating fugu and making your own flamethrower.
Available 10/24/09, Nike’s Air Max LeBron VII is now official: it features a basketball-specific Max Air 360 Unit with 80% more air and higher-tensile strength Flywire cabling.
While the teaser for Dead Space: Extraction was mostly atmospheric, this developer’s diary does an excellent job fleshing out the game, both in terms of gameplay and storyline.
Employing a vampire was always a risky ratings ploy for Sesame Street, but this Count Von Body Count tee shows what happens when the Count finally runs out of things to count.
Top Gear’s James Mays takes a spin in the ultimate thrill ride: a U2 Spy Plane flies him 70,000 feet, higher than anyone (other than astronauts in the ISS) and above 95% of the atmosphere.
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