There’s nothing like a 12-foot tall statue to show your domination of the MMORPG genre: this bronzed Orc and Wolf was built by WETA and erected at Blizzard’s Irvine HQ.
A giant robot, the grim reaper, an executioner and stinging bees to boot: Funkrush’s We’re Only Here for the Fear t-shirt is a nice roundup of our favorite horror movie archetypes.
A Bejeweled-like game that lets you easily layoff folks and use bank bailouts, Layoff seems tasteless at first. However, each victim has a story, making it poignant social commentary.
Those of you with a mini-Dude should check out the Diaper Dude Messenger Bag; it packs plenty of pockets, holds your laptop and looks good; just don’t expect it to smell good.
Elecom’s Scope Node Mouse may be slick, but is it actually functional? It promises pen-like usability by placing its 1600 dpi sensor between the index finger and the thumb.
Emergency and Survivor’s Club teach you how to survive, but Forbidden Knowledge takes the opposite tack: it teaches you how to start riots, make crop circles and brew moonshine.
The Engine Coffee Table is furniture for manly men: it’s wrapped in tattooed leather, inlaid with alligator and stingray skin and topped with a freaking carburetor and brass knuckles.
Named after the annual car race, Carrera is relaunching with four lines of sunglasses in 26 colors; they mix 50s racing shades with 80s-style oversized frames and colors.
Scosche’s SolChat Bluetooth speakerphone is an elegant idea: attach it to your car windshield with suction cups, allowing its built-in solar panel to charge its Li-Ion battery.
Nominated for both an Oscar and BAFTA award, Jasper Morello is an amazing 30-minute steampunk short film from 2005 that is now watchable in its entirety on YouTube.
We’re not sold on the silver scroll wheel’s ergonomics, but Alexi Mikhailov’s iStick is more functional than the Shuffle yet just as minimalist; all four sides serve as touchscreens.
We’re in the thick of spring, so Orisue’s cut n’ sew Lestrade Nylon Jacket is ideal for indecisive wearers; zippers on both arms allow you to choose between full or 3/4 sleeves.
Apple’s iPhone OS 3.0 gets several much requested features: copy and paste, MMS, over 1,000 new API functions, and Spotlight; it’ll be available for free to iPhone owners this summer.
Our eyes are watering, but in a good way: this debut trailer for as-yet unnamed Game #3 is epic both in terms of action and music; it’s by the same folks who did Castle Crashers.
It’s not the most glamorous of materials, but H. Mathis’ Dirt From Every State project is a collection of geographically-shaped soil from the 50 states (plus DC and Puerto Rico).
Frantz Lasorne’s Augmented Reality Tangible User Interface breathes new life into old toys; using AR glasses and a base, real life toys can participate in virtual turn-based battles.
If you’ve ever wondered why certain watches are called complications, Pierre Deroche’s TNT Royal Retro makes it clear: it features a whopping six retrograde second hands.
From the same group that brought us Madrid Underground, NASCAR Underground shows off decidedly sexier undercarriages. We’re talking about the cars, of course… *cough* 0:03.
Essentially a glorified iPod Dock with 2.1 audio, Spalding’s iHoop features a suspension cradle to protect your iPod; it also comes with a 1/8″ mini plug for other mp3 players.
This trailer for Alpha Protocol finally gives us gameplay to chew on; the RPG focuses on a CIA agent who is betrayed by his superiors and forced to uncover a conspiracy.
We get a sugar high just looking at these cupcakes by Hello Naomi; it depicts the entire Pac-Man playing field with 80 pieces (less if we got our grubby fingers on ‘em).
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