Insanely complex but utterly inspirational as well, Japanese band Sour creates an amazing webcam-based music video for “Hibi no Neiro” using their fans from around the world.
Big busts no longer are the exclusive province of women with the Ript Fusion, a body-sculpting undershirt (think men’s bra) that slims down those love handles and sucks in the belly.
Trailer #2 for Planet 51 isn’t earth-shattering, but improves on the first trailer by squeezing in more character exposition, examples of 50s-style Americana and cutesy robot sequences.
If you happen to own a Mustang GT, Steeda’s 2010 Sport Edition provides handling tweaks with sport springs, billet lower control arms, underdrive pulleys and Nitto NT05 tires.
With both games now out, Game Trailers pits Prototype vs inFAMOUS; it’s a wordless comparison of powers, enemies, story and more, letting you choose based on looks alone.
It’s really about the simple pleasures in life, like this Shaggin’ Wagon t-shirt; perfect for 4 year-old future Casanovas, SnorgTees.com has this $4 off for the rest of this week only.
Similar to the incredible opening for Contact, Electromagnetic Leak is an infographic that plots out the distance our TV shows have traveled through space, with major stars as signposts.
MGS3′s Big Boss/Naked Snake gets deformed with this Zombie Snake vinyl figure; the camo and big blocky head are badass, although we’re blanching a bit at the $80 price tag.
It’s not as cool as the futuristic Infinitas, but the PJ World Yacht makes up for it with comfort: six decks of cabins, a gym, spa, movie theater and pool, plus helipad and anti-piracy measures.
QWSTION’s Office Bag looks like a normal laptop case, but can also be worn as a backpack; a neoprene-padded 17″ laptop compartment and five multi-use pockets seals the deal.
This dev diary video for Splinter Cell: Conviction gives us the lowdown straight from the horses’ mouths: essentially, you’ll be able to choose between gung-ho or stealth gameplay.
Marshall’s Supertendo is a portable SNES that looks pro-enough to have come from Nintendo itself; that’s due to a vacuum-formed case, down to the speaker holes; buy it here.
We’ve seen public projection art before, but Tetragram for Enlargement is easily our favorite–this because (or in spite) of being projected onto the normally busy walls of a castle.
You probably won’t want to use any rare collectible LPs, but this Album Sound Table is a pretty sweet way to show off your discarded album cover collection while being functional, too.
Stowing your bike onto a truck has always been a two step process, so Ogio’s Step-Up Ramp is a godsend: it lets you temporarily park the bike while you jump onto the tailgate.
Matt Damon is in top form in The Informant, based on the story of a real-life whistle blower; it’s mixes the best parts of his Oceans character with genuine Grade A social dysfunction.
Resembling a sleek Stormtrooper helmet, Lazer’s Tardiz Helmet his US shores this summer; a two-piece design releases hot air while its Aquavent uses water to cool your head.
One more reason for World of Warcraft players to never logout, TweetCraft is an in-game Twitter client that’ll let you queue tweets based on priority and send screenshots via TwitPic.
Samsung’s SCH-W760 is a fairly standard slider phone, but its killer feature is a night-vision IR camera that lets you teleconference in the dark–nefarious purposes notwithstanding.
NSFW: Like Austin Powers meets Ghost in the Shell meets every B-horror flick ever created, Robo-Geisha is so over-the-top in terms of ways to die it’s almost ensured a cult following.
The Cool Hunter’s been busy, with both Transformer and Space Invader skate parks on the way; still, our favorite project is a pair of Mini Coopers decked out in neon 8-bit livery.
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