It’s a pity that WETA’s one-of-a-kind rayguns are already sold out; each of the trio (Sputnik 500, Death from Above, Jagd Kanone) features slick WW2/steampunk paint jobs.
Its monolithic stature almost demands you play Also sprach Zarathustra on repeat: the Wall of Sound is a gigantic 225 lb. iPod dock that just happens to also be a 125 watt speaker.
Available at the end of 2009 as a free browser game, Trauma is an adventure with a twist: you play a car accident survivor who must reconstruct their memories using a gesture-based UI.
Pry open your brewskies with panache with the Top Gear Bottle Opener: it’s a bolt-like, stand-up chromed brass tool that can rip off caps rapidly either by hooking, pushing, or pulling.
Fritz Kahn’s classic 1927 illustration, Man as Industrial Palace, comes to life as a fully animated video; it’s actually a Mac Mini-powered interactive art installation by Henning M. Lederer.
Because one man’s oversized fashion faux pas is another man’s mousing surface: the Mr. Tie Mouse Pad is dedicated to cubicle warriors who spend all day “tied” to their desk.
World War Z’s Max Brooks takes a trip down undead memory lane with Recorded Attacks; it’s a graphic novel with “historical” short stories from ancient Rome to the modern West Coast.
If you’ve got an iPhone or iPod, XM’s SkyDock brings satellite radio to your car with a tuner and FM transmitter; it’s powered by a cig adapter and must be wired to a roof-mounted antenna.
Robert Lee wants to sell you a mobile home, but he’d be equally at home kicking your ass: this TV ad is not only epically cool, but epically real; it’s directed by Rhett & Link. Thanks, Chris!
Adidas Originals’ Tokio Tech His take one step back and two steps forward: the retro runners feature modern Gore Tex along with a boot leather rubber coating and tractor gum sole.
Made with a minimum of materials, Jruiter’s Inner City Bike is designed for short rides; although slow, it’s quick to turn, drives huge power to the rear wheels, and starts/stops on a dime.
Starring Matt Damon and directed by Paul Greengrass, The Green Zone might as well be called Bourne in Baghdad: it’s a thriller set in Iraq shortly before the troop surge of 2007.
Maingear’s SHIFT case rotates components 90 degrees, maximizing airflow; the sleek, minimalist case sports a brushed aluminum exterior, six drive bays and a top-mounted pop-up panel.
Its run on Adult Swim is over, but watching it is half the battle: G.I. Joe: Resolute will be available on 11/3/09 and includes all 11 five-minutes episodes on a single DVD.
Suits often have astronomical prices, but this Now That’s A Suit! t-shirt takes things to orbital heights: pinstripes pale in comparison to $2 million and 300 pounds of pressurized awesome.
No, CollegeHumor’s Movies by the Numbers isn’t how little Hollywood producers learn to count; it remixes films with numbers in their titles, forming a continuous line from 1 to 50.
Just Whitlock’s Mini Arcade Cabinets are big on detail: amazingly detailed plywood replicas of classic video games, each cabinet is made to order and ships for free in the US.
Kratos goes armageddon on the gods in this Brutal Gameplay trailer for God of War III; the gory combat is sweet as usual, but the tunnel flight sequence at the end is truly epic.
Good on the road and on foot, Timbuk2’s Bullitt Pannier Messenger is a two-in-one bag: made with waterproof fabric, it serves both as bike portage and a wearable messenger bag.
We have to admit that Red Faction: Guerilla’s indestructible environments can be a bit too much fun at times; Space A**hole is a fan-made ode to the sociopath in all of us.
Sleek Audio’s SA1 earphones are perfect for picky audiophiles: two screw-in treble ports can adjust frequency response, while a detachable cable offers wired or wireless wearing.
My Parents Were Awesome honors a generation blessed with social movements, short shorts, and really, really great hair; yes, mom and dad, you were indeed a pair of very cool cats.
The Seafarers return for a Halloween visit to the Island of Horrors; it’s creepy, jarring, and a bit disjointed, but we couldn’t resist the chance to sample zombie pizzas and mummy wraps.
Hollywood goes Halloween with Worth1000’s Celebrity Vampires; the red carpet turns a nice shade of crimson by poking fun (and holes) in celebs like Bruce Willis and Scarlett Johansson.
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