It’s nice to imagine what it would be like to have powers and lightsabers. But we all know what would happen if we could all use the Force: thugs, morons and douchebags would wreck everything.
Designed by Jonathan Ota and Ethan Frier, Aura is a supplementary safety system for cyclists. The LEDs are powered by the front wheel, and change from red to white as the bike accelerates.
The Boss BR-80 is a multi-track recorder – up to 8 tracks, with a variety of effects – a field recorder – records up to 550 hrs. – and a virtual jam buddy in a very portable form factor.
(NSFW: Language) It’s not exactly a fail per se, but no matter: we’re still enjoying the spectacle of these bootleg fireworks, the amusing commentary and the subtitles here. (Thanks everyone!)
Ryan Gosling stars as a Hollywood stunt driver who spends his nights driving getaway cars, inevitably ending on the wrong side of the gangsters, headed by Albert Brooks and Ron Perlman.
A train track runs directly through the heart of this market in the heart of Thailand, sending shop owners scrambling to move their wares out of the way each time the train comes barreling through.
Life-sized metal replica with a diameter of about 24″. Wield Cap’s mighty shield, hang it on your wall, or use it as to actually block stuff. Don’t expect it to return when you throw it though.
Created in collaboration with Japanese design studio nendo, the Data Hook is a 4GB USB 2.0 flash drive in a practical carabiner case, so you can easily and securely carry it wherever you go.
Sh*t just got real. Knights of Badassdom is about a group of LARPers (Live Action Role Playing) who find themselves up against an actual monster that their pretend wizard unwittingly summoned.
Sky Lund talks about his love for the classic BMW 2002 sports sedan. Even if you’re not into cars, I think we can all relate to Lund’s passion and agree that his ride is one fine piece of work.
Uses the original gameplay code, so it plays exactly the same as it did 10 years ago, but with the graphics of a current gen game. Switch the visuals to classic mode if you’re feeling nostalgic.
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