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A Real Car Table

A Real Car Table

Hurricane Custom Billiards’ Real Car Table is truth in advertising: short of a V8, this pool table is nearly a car with chrome wheels, tailpipe cue holders and a powder-coated chassis.

16 Stars
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Roller Coaster Skating

Roller Coaster Skating

Using specially modified, 16-wheeled inline skates, Dirk Auer has created a one man rollercoaster, hitting speeds of up to 56 mph, 100 feet drops and 90 degree angles; the verdict: “Fun.”

34 Stars
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Olympus Stylus 7010

Olympus Stylus 7010
~$200  Buy Hat Tip View

Designed for zoom-mavens on-the-go, Olympus’ Stylus 7010 features a 7x optical wide-angle zoom with 12 MP sensor, dual image stabilization and AF tracking for moving objects.

7 Stars
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Modern Day Apollo

Modern Day Apollo

Slate.com’s “If Man Walked on the Moon Today” is both brilliant and goofy, with a modern Apollo landing filled with polls, pundits, politicians, and most importantly, Twitter.

8 Stars
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SV 9 Competizione

SV 9 Competizione
$99,995 (inc. car)  Buy View

Its sacrilege to some, but the SV 9 Competizione brings a bit of euro-flair to American muscle car design; it’s a reskinned C6 Corvette with plenty of carbon fiber and a 0-60 of 4s.

6 Stars
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Video: Inflatable Buttons

Video: Inflatable Buttons

Designed to address the lack of tactile feedback in touchscreens, CMU researchers are developing inflatable buttons; latex air bubbles hide behind a screen and puff-up on cue.

9 Stars
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Robots in Disguise

Robots in Disguise
$17  Buy Hat Tip View

We’ve seen several versions of the Robots in Disguise meme in recent weeks, but BustedTees has the best t-shirt by far; nice try, Optimus, but unlike Groucho you’re not getting a cigar.

5 Stars
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SIMbook

SIMbook
~$6  Buy Hat Tip View

They won’t fit in your cellphone, but SIMbooks provide a decidedly low-tech, but robust way to “back up” your data; that is, assuming you still remember how to “write” and “read.”

8 Stars
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South Park Tower Defense

South Park Tower Defense

It’s an unlikely combo, but South Park Tower Defense promises to be as irreverent as the series with zombified citizens and a besieged City Wok; the game comes out 10/7 on XBLA.

6 Stars
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Shocker Chopper

Shocker Chopper

The Shocker Chopper’s only cc’s will be in your water bottle: Team Tentakulus’ bicycle is purely pedal powered, but retains the low-riding aesthetics of its gas-guzzling brethren.

15 Stars
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Fujifilm S200EXR

Fujifilm S200EXR
$600  Buy Hat Tip View

Available 8/09, Fujifilm’s FinePix S200EXR is their top-of-the-line megazoom with DSLR-like performance thanks to a 12 MP Super CCD EXR sensor and 14.3x optical zoom lens.

19 Stars
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Drive In Wall Art

Drive In Wall Art

If you know internal combustion like the back of your hand, Drive In Wall Art is for you: mounted on sheets like childhood plastic models, each is made of replica vintage car parts.

4 Stars
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Stitch Wars

Stitch Wars

Fans of plush and Star Wars should run, not walk to the ongoing Stitch Wars exhibition in Lauderhill, Florida; you’ll see everything from Wookie Cookies to “invertible” Tauntaun.

9 Stars
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AP Tourbillon Millenary

AP Tourbillon Millenary

We don’t do frilly, but Audemars Piguet’s Tourbillon Millenary looks straight out of steampunk; we’re digging the skeletonized chalcedony mainplate and wild arabesque numerals.

15 Stars
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17″ Brutal Legend Figure

17″ Brutal Legend Figure

Any qualms we had with Jack Black playing Eddie Riggs vanished with this skull-smashing 17″ Brutal Legends figure; the word is mum from EA for now, so watch their Twitter feed.

3 Stars
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Klipsch S4i Headset

Klipsch S4i Headset
$99  Buy Hat Tip View

Klipsch throws its hat into the i-Ring with its S4i in-ear headphones, which include a mic and remote; like Apple’s own earphones, it’ll be compatible with the iPhone 3GS and Shuffle.

8 Stars
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Book: Paper Robots

Book: Paper Robots

If building an army of 59-foot tall, life-sized robots is out of your price range, Paper Robots is a suitable alternative: it includes 14 robot templates that can be built using rubber bands.

6 Stars
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RingRing Jewelry

RingRing Jewelry

We’re not heavy blingers ourselves, but props to Chao and Eero’s RingRing brand; their cufflinks, tie clips and rings pretty much “speak” for themselves with urban-inspired fonts.

8 Stars
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Old School Tech

Old School Tech

We should have guessed from his Flickr handle, but Univac’s collection of old school tech has caused many an old geek’s eyes to water, with parts from NeXT, Apple and more.

7 Stars
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Music From A Tree

Music From A Tree

Our arboreal friends are the last ones we’d think to be noisemakers, but Diego Stocco’s Music From A Tree brings their numerous twigs, branches and leaves to life with an array of mics.

10 Stars
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Fujifilm Real 3D W1

Fujifilm Real 3D W1
~$600  Buy Hat Tip View

Fujifilm’s FinePix Real 3D W1 is the world’s first 3D camera: two CCD sensors, two 3x zoom lenses, and a special processor which previews 3D/2D images on a 2.8″ LCD. Thanks, Chris!

13 Stars
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