Due to compete in June’s zero-emissions TTXGP, the EV-o RR is one of 40 entrants but is unconventional: it uses a monocoque chassis and forkless single-sided front suspension.
Cobbled together from stripes, plaids and solid poplins from the 60s and 70s, English Laundry’s Patchwork Fedora looks best in a sophisticated grey tone with matching leather band.
Call of Duty: World at War’s Nazi Zombies mode gets a proper trailer above; it’s an all-you-can-eat zombie buffet, filled with swarms of crawling undead, cola powerups and electric gates.
Dr. Martens’ For Life collection features a lifetime guarantee, thanks to added weight and thickness, Goodyear welting and Hardlife leather; available in an 8-eye boot and 3-eye shoe.
Although best known for this Star Wars-themed dioramas, we also like cbolego’s Last Seconds of the Yamato; it’s an offbeat depiction of the WWII Japanese battleship’s sinking.
Mac Funamizu’s SnowCorn is a bit outlandish but still cool: it’s a bracelet with a touchscreen, built-in projector, camera and Wi-Fi that projects information overlays on real-world objects.
Blood: The Last Vampire has it all: sword-wielding chicks, asian-style fight scenes, and vampires; a live-action anime adaptation from the producers of Crouching Tiger, it’s due this year.
Pedal-powered tricycles are normally for toddlers, but Trek’s Mod trike is gaining currency amongst grown-ups, primarily for its sturdy frame and drifting abilities. Thanks, Philipp!
Part of Oakley’s REINVENT line, these Ryan Sheckler-branded Sideways sport a polished black exterior, fast plaid interior and tilted metal icons; choose from regular and asian fit.
Shaped into a scorpion from old motherboards, Frenkie’s Sting Case Mod not only glows and packs a laser in the tail but is a working PC: it’s got a 533MHz CPU on a VIA EPIA mobo.
Sure, it’s a bit rough around the edges, but Angus McLeod’s WWII: The Simple Version is a funny illustrated primer for anyone who needs to bone up on their history. Thanks, Brian!
Best known for their graphic tablets, Wacom’s Nextbeat is packed with touch sensors and designed for DJs; it features a detachable wireless control unit, letting performers roam free.
You know things are bad when even Lex Luthor needs to beg for a bailout: the skullcap is atrocious, but there’s nothing like watching a supervillain having a nervous breakdown.
With all the economic uncertainty swirling about, Neil Strauss’ Emergency: This Book Will Save Your Life may just do that; it’s packed with survival tips for a post-apocalyptic future.
You’ll probably get laughed at by your fellow spooks, but this Dark Ops Wii Light Gun is at least somewhat elaborate, with a lock-and-load mechanism, scope and double grips.
Nixon’s iconic Rubber Player watch returns today with a single blue colorway for its “4×4″ campaign; one new surprise color will be released each 15th of the month until June.
LaMB is based on futuristic “laminated suits” that prisoners wear to convert them to slaves, and is anime TV network Animax’s first original movie; it’ll premiere March 24th in Asia.
It’s not as slick as Dick Tracy’s wristwatch, but Zypad’s WR1100 Rugged Wrist PC meets military specs with a fiberglass reinforced alloy case and water/dust-proof touch screen.
Named for the location of its distillery in Wisconsin, 45th Parallel Vodka is made from local grains and may not have a distinct taste, but its neutrality makes it ideal for use in cocktails.
With no joystick or other controls, the HULC is essentially a passive exoskeleton; hydraulics let wearers carry up to 200 lbs, whether deep squatting, crawling or upper body lifting.
This Star Wars vs. Battlestar Galactica battle is pure awesome, with Battlestars, Star Destroyers and fighters duking it out; be sure to read the resultant jargon-laced feud in the comments.
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