Created for Esquire’s Ultimate Bachelor Pad, the CueLight Pool Table turns a billiards game into a Michael Bay movie: projected flames, water and other effects follow your every move.
It’s no Trek District, but Montague’s Boston is a boon to fixie riders with a thirst for portability; the world’s first 700c single speed folding bike, it can be folded tool-free in 20 seconds.
Part cell-shaded RPG shooter, part Mad Max fantasy, GameTrailers tries to get to the heart of Borderlands; one thing’s for sure: the game is fast-paced, frenetic and filled with guns.
Hard Graft’s versatile 6-in-1 2UNFOLD bag gets a sleek steel grey colorway for 2009; it’s made out of Italian veg-tan leather but otherwise is as awesome as the original.
If you can forgive the atrocious voice acting, this supposedly leaked trailer for The Witcher 2 reveals day/night cycles, bloodier finishing moves and use of the Havok physics engine.
Cooler Master enters the gaming mouse market with the Sentinel Advance; it packs a 5600 DPI twin-laser sensor w/OLED display, 6 m/s 235 iPS tracking, and weight system.
It’s more orange than green, but this one-of-a-kind, electric Ford Focus will race tonight (9/18) on the Jay Leno Show as part of his Green Car Challenge; first in the hot seat: Drew Barrymore.
Inspired by 80s/90s cartoons, Intergalactic Kung Fu Zombies is a commendable two-man effort; sure, it’s bit campy and the “battle” at 7:20 made us LOL, but we can’t wait for more.
Designers Aekae and Swisshorn team up for the SIRE collection; it features frames made out of thin, criss-crossing layers of water buffalo horn which are then polished by hand.
This Competitive Multiplayer trailer for Operation Flashpoint 2 shows off Command, Infiltrate, Attack and Defend gameplay–in other words, blowing up stuff, and blowing it up good.
For $1,295 we’d scrounge our own materials, but we still dig this Flatiron Desk: it features a handcrafted top made from antique doors and a welded and riveted solid steel frame.
This new Percy Jackson & the Olympians trailer is the teaser with 50 extra seconds, but they’re important: courtesy a bearded Pierce Brosnan, it drops several hints about the backstory.
No, your monitor isn’t acting up: Iman Moradi’s Glitch: Designing Imperfection is part coffee table art book, part technological disaster with 206 images of glorious computer foul-ups.
Using Microsoft’s Photosynth project (e.g., the Obama Inauguration), U. of Washington researchers are piecing together entire cities using Flickr images–but in hours instead of years.
Bose’s SoundDock 10 is designed to be an uber-iPhone/iPod player, and for $600 it’d better: it features a pair of Bose high/mid Twiddlers, 52″ of waveguide channels and a subwoofer.
This Weazel News expose for The Ballad of Gay Tony smells like The Onion: who’s behind a wave of terrorism hitting Liberty City? Who cares, they’ve got stock footage of caves!
Ideal for watching videos on your iPhone while on-the-go, the GoGoStand is a plastic stand that folds flat, making it easy to store in your wallet; it also works with the G1, Pre and more.
Watch it while it’s hot: this 5 minute clip of Halo Legends: The Babysitter was shown on Spike TV last night and gives us a glimpse of anime-style versions of Grunts, Brutes and Spartans.
Loved for being open-source and hacker-friendly, Chumby is now available in kit-form; Chumby Guts is cheaper and comes unassembled, but is limited to 3 per order due to popularity.
Apple fans are often criticized for living in a reality distortion field, but these edited (but unrepeated) clips of Jobs and gang at the recent 9/9/09 keynote make its source clear: Cupertino.
If you don’t mind wearing bricks on your man-boobs, this LEGO Baseplate t-shirt takes DIY apparel to new, 3D heights; it’s an actual baseplate on which you can attach LEGOs.
IBM’s Deep Blue may be a chess champ, but Queens University’s Deep Green is a hustler-in-training; the team is also working on human-friendly augmented reality pool.
Cracked.com explores the consequences of oversized weapons and inventories: If Video Games Were Realistic introduces real-world problems to our virtual worlds. Thanks, Dean!
Available 11/09, Pioneer’s CDJ-2000 is a multi-format digital turntable that can be linked with up to 4 other units; it also packs a 6.1″ LCD, needle search pad and jog dial.
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