Prepare for the ultimate sugar high: this Five Pound Gummy Bear is equal to 1,400 regular bears and tips the scales at 12,600 calories; available in raspberry, cherry or apple.
Olympus’ E-600 DSLR targets budget-minded consumers but still packs a punch; it loses the E-620’s backlit buttons, but keeps a 12.3 MP sensor, 2.7″ vari-angle LCD and 14-42mm lens.
We’re a bit sad we missed out on the premier of Discovery Channel’s The Colony: it’s 10 weeks of people trying to survive a simulated post-apocalyptic world; catch up with VOD here.
5 gallon buckets are a dime a dozen on job sites, but BucketVAC turns them into commercial-grade wet/dry vacuums; it uses the bucket’s own handle as a lock and weighs 7 lbs.
Tech 21’s d30 transforms from soft to shock absorbent, making it ideal for protecting gadgets; need proof? We dare you to watch the iPod violence above and not get squeamish.
All the previous trailers for DiRT 2 have just been teasers compared to this gameplay trailer, which lays it on thick with seat of your pants driving, wicked tracks and even pyrotechnics.
Slightly more manageable than Wenger’s Giant Knife, Victorinox’s SwissChamp XAVT gives up little, managing to cram a ridiculous 80 tools into a relatively compact 3.5″ frame.
Like an artsy Matrix, Artificial Paradise, Inc is filled with organo-metallic monsters and wonderfully creepy sound effects; it was selected by both SIGGRAPH 2009 and ONEDOTZERO.
It’s may not be exciting, but Casio’s EX-Z280 point and shoot slips in under the $200 price point while still offering 720p HD video recording, a 12.1 MP sensor and 4x optical zoom.
It won’t turn you into a TMNT, but Oakley’s Hardshell Backpack is a step away from being armored with removable (and customizable) hardshell panels and a padded laptop area.
Mobilizy GmbH’s Wikitude Drive melds augmented reality with a navigation system and squeezes it onto the Android platform; think of it as a HUD that overlays data like Email ‘N Walk.
It’s a marriage made in beer heaven: Jagermeister’s 6-Bottle Shot Cooler not only lets you take your 70-proof Jagers on the road, but keeps them simultaneously chilled and on tap.
Moonbell isn’t quite a game–it uses topographical data from Japan’s Kaguya satellite that lets you play the Moon’s surface like a record; choose from Orbit Play and Free Scratch modes.
It ain’t full-frame, but Canon’s 18 MP EOS 7D is still a heavyweight: it packs 1080p video recording with manual exposure, 19-point AF system, magnesium body and dual DIGIC 4s.
Behind every great business is a great flowchart: this Computer Repair Flowchart may have been made in 2003, but is still a goldmine of information on common hardware issues.
Tarboy is partly an animated short film with fighting robots and explosions galore, but it’s also an amazing technical demo: the entire movie was animated using Flash. Thanks, Will!
If you’re sitting on a stash of vinyls, Ion’s Profile LP not only plays records sans preamp but will digitize them via USB; it includes both 33 1/3 & 45 RPM settings, plus PC/Mac software.
Final Fantasy XIII’s director Motomu Toriyamu gives us a walkthrough of the demo shown at GC ’09; he discusses command queues, role shifting and detailed facial expressions.
Get a rise (over run) out of math geeks: the Can’t Touch This Equation tee shows that even asymptotic musings can have an integral part in humor–even when at the limits of good taste.
Available 10/27/09: The Plan runs two hours and gives us a Cylon perspective on the attempted genocide of humanity in Battlestar Galactica. It’ll also air on Syfy in November 2009.
White and black and (mostly) ceramic all over, Nixon’x giant Ceramic 51-30 watch sports a stainless steel skeleton, sapphire crystal with solid ceramic 300m case, bezel and band.
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