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.
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.
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!
Alex Mercer’s Revenge, Part 1 is a day-in-the-life for the perpetually angst-ridden hero of Prototype, complete with bloody special effects, road rage and Buggy Baby Bears.
Designed for professional audio and video recording, Zoom’s Q3 features stereo mics with audio focusing, 640×480 movie recording on a 2.4″ LCD display, and up to 32 GB of space.
We’ve seen plenty of custom LEGO sets, but Ochre Jelly’s Tour de Force was created with action in mind with lightsaber trails, leaping Yodas and beautifully dismembered Droids.
This Darksiders Hero trailer knocks it out of the 9th circle of Hell with demon hordes, a giant Dune-meets-Beetlejuice worm, and an apocalyptic war horse that shoots flames from its hooves.
Superdry’s Co Pilot shades refresh the classic Aviator; choose from sharp blue/chrome or black/gold colorways, both sporting logo-stamped diagonal crossbars and rubber earpieces.
Shaped by Rodney Smith and Chuck Hults, Element’s Travel Well skateboards are clearly vintage-inspired, with hard top edges, retro-style trucks and 50s-60s era graphics.
Joshua Herron’s video of the 2009 Formula Drift Grand Prix is just sweet, sweet auto porn as drivers negotiate the notorious Wall, New Jersey track–hence his name, “The Gauntlet.”
Admiral Ackbar’s most famous line is one he’ll never live down, but at least he gets a spiffy t-shirt out of it: Ackbarpography is a cheeky yet classy blend of typography and Mon Calamari.
You’d better have some luxury cigars on hand for S.T. Dupont’s Ligne 2 Champagne Lighter: the sucker costs $79k thanks to an 18-carat white gold case and 468 brilliant-cut diamonds.
It’s pretty obvious what the subjects of Charlie McCarthy’s Flight Patterns video are (they’re just bugs), but we’re still awestruck at what a little long exposure photography can do.
Heist! is the theme for the Fall 2009 line of DC’s Life Collection, which focuses on thief-worthy metallic finishes; choose from black/copper, pure black, grey and turquoise colorways.
It’s been ages since we played a round of AD&D, but these sweet Bioshock tabletop pieces have us dusting off our 20-sided dice; they’re converted from Warmachine figures.
Good luck getting your S.O. to use these as engagement rings: Weta’s Master Chief Rings are must-have bling for any Halo fan; they’re sterling silver replicas of the Mark VI helmet.
SKWAK’s epilepsy-inducing artwork dropped into our inbox today with his Eat Yourself tee, but we also spied this epic Facebook vs. Twitter poster; let’s hope it gets printed soon!
Shure makes their first foray into over-the-ear headphones with the SRH line; it’s a triplet of circumaural earpieces and ranges from the budget SRH240 to the pro-grade SRH840.
Think of it as mankind’s family album: 500 generations from Australopithecus to Homo sapiens are compressed into an amazing two minute video; it’s based on Fritz Goro’s 1946 photograph.
Bill Amberg and Johnnie Walker team up for the Weekender bag: it’s made with perfed dark navy calf and saddle leather and includes a bottle of Blue Label Blended Scotch Whisky.
Used by Castrol to test its motor oils, Flossie is a robotic motorcycle rider that learns gear changes, clutch feel and throttle response with high accuracy–kinda like these bad boys.
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