Granted, you’ll look like a time traveler or mad-scientist wearing one, but these Max Event Spectacles can magnify objects up to 2.1X times and are also anti-reflective to block glare.
Complete with a child named Seira and a ceremonial bow before the 59-foot mobile suit, there’s no topping this real-life Gundam Wedding for the awesomest (and tallest) venue ever.
Sirius XM’s SkyDock is the first satellite radio dock for the iPhone/iPod Touch; it also charges via cigarette adapter and includes a free Sirius/XM app with iTunes download tagging.
The Onion’s Ominous Music shows the perils of living our lives according to portentous soundtracks; our favorite part: FEMA’s feeble attempts to ward off danger with strategic phrases.
Invisible Skinz is giving away 8 Invisible Shields. UPDATE: this giveaway has now concluded. Thanks to everyone who participated!
Think of it as Where’s Waldo for the V8 crowd: Where’s Stig is a collaboration between the BBC’s Top Gear and illustrator Rod Hunt, best known for his quirky isometric vector art.
After a day spent serving their human overlords, even the best programmed robots need a little prime time down time; My Favorite Program is dedicated to robots that serve robots.
Do want: these street legal bumper cars pack 500-750cc engines that are capable of not-so-legal speeds of up to 160 mph; they can be found prowling the streets of San Diego.
Announced last year but now in full swing, Goorin’s 1333 Minna Collection is ideal for cap connoisseurs, as each utilizes innovative fabrics, embroidery and screen printing. Thanks, Ron!
Toy Soldiers is our favorite use of tilt shift thus far: it shows a military parade and was filmed atop a building overlooking the Champs Elysees with two Canon 5D Mark IIs at 3.9 fps.
Whether you’re surviving zombies, aliens or financial collapse, Tactical Canned Bacon has your back: each includes approx. 54 slices of delicious bacon with a 10+ year shelf life.
StarCraft II’s Sam Didler gives us the graphical lowdown in this Art Director interview; it reveals plenty of gameplay and art details that have us giddier than a Marine in a Zerg hatchery.
Designed for travelers, Sennheiser’s MM 400/450 bluetooth headphones feature noise cancellation tech, fold flat, include an airline adapter and can even receive phone calls.
Perfect for eating unruly friends and random strangers, Samson is a 66-million year old T. Rex skeleton that’ll be auctioned off 10/3 at Las Vegas’ Venetian; it’s on display starting 9/18.
Dunhill’s Heist Traveller collection is finally available: a modern take on the classic Traveller line, it features rubberized black leather with black cotton drill and gunmetal hardware.
Cigar-chompin’ Sergeant Johnson explains Halo 3: ODST’s Firefight mode; it’ll pack Skull powerups for the enemies, 10 battlefields and even the Sergeant himself if you preorder.
Oakley and DQM bring together two of our loves (pork fat and polarized eyewear) and ham it up with Bacon Frogskins; we admit it’s hit or miss, but we’d pig out in these any day.
Why visit historic sites when you can make history: Amy Kate Martin’s Time Travel Posters show off destinations that range from the far-flung future to old fashioned dino romps.
Sony brings its long battery life and sound quality credentials to the S Series Walkman; it sports a 2.4″ LCD, FM tuning/recording, 42 hours of audio, 6.5 hours of video and stereo speakers.
Mario Kart: The Movie has the makings of an epic movie: it’s got deaths (Luigi gets done in by Wario), births (Peach + Mario = Baby Mario) and a truly epic go-kart battle at the end.
If the Elise is out of your budget, these Lotus L42 Lighters mix European design and feature triple wind-resistant torch flames, a fuel level gauge and integrated 8 mm punch.
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