Designed for special forces, Pohl Force’s H3 Alpha One Knife is a beast with a 5 mm blade, grooved glass-reinforced Zytel handles, and slotted screws for easy repair. Thanks, Lucas!
Mashable and The Society for Geek Advancement team up for Global Geek Week; submit your geek-inspired video by Thursday for a chance to win two Virgin America tickets to anywhere.
Incase’s Fall 2009 collection is now available: their product line-up remains largely unchanged, but introduces new autumn-friendly colors to their existing bags, cases and sleeves.
Based on the acclaimed comic series of the same name, this Planet Hulk trailer shows the green meanie going from Hulk Smash to Hulk Savior; it’s due to arrive on DVD in February 2010.
Nikon’s 12.1 MP Coolpix S1000pj is the world’s first compact camera with a built-in LCOS projector; it’ll project VGA images up to 40″ in size with a 30:1 contrast ratio for up to 1 hour.
Blind Ear Music’s Wi-Fi Symphony is remarkable not just because it’s run wirelessly via a system of laptops; the composer is dynamically creating music using real musicians in real-time.
Vulcans are not known for their emotions, but this Sci-Five t-shirt catches our pointy-eared freaks as they turn the ultimate geek salute into an act of irrational and illogical exuberance.
The 2010 Polaris 600 Rush is a tough snowmobile to miss: a unique, progressive-rate rear suspension that won’t bottom out along with a stiffer chassis makes it a potential game changer.
Men have pined and puzzled over women since time immemorial, a plight made all the more poignant by Virgile: it’s a retro-styled animated short film about being out of your league.
Dragon Alliance and pro-surfer Rob Machado’s Experience sunglasses get an eco-friendly E.C.O. Matte edition; they’re the first shades whose materials are 100% renewable in origin.
This Desperate Measures trailer for Halo 3: ODST shows why Nathan Fillion should narrate every game trailer: it’s a down-to-earth breakdown of the characters, weapons and story.
Used by NASA in the 1960s to condition astronauts’ bodies for space travel, the Spaceball Trampoline mixes volleyball and basketball and features elastic vertical and horizontal walls.
Magic and martial arts cult classic Big Trouble in Little China comes to Blu-ray 8/4/09; Kurt Russell gets the HD 1080p treatment, 5.1 DTS HD sound, plus both extended and theatrical cuts.
With burnished steel, brushed brass, textile cables and tube bulbs aplenty, Frank Buchwald’s Machine Lights are a steampunkers’ dream come true; each is unique and made to order.
Part of Vael Project’s travel-oriented Fall 2009 line, the Envelope is a gadget goodie bag for show offs: it sports a tough, see-through monofilament mesh and veg-tanned leather shell.
The 2010 Leaf is Nissan’s first all-electric car and arrives stateside next year; it boasts zero emissions, a 100 mile range, 8-hour charge time, and an engine good for 107 hp and 208 lb-ft.
The premise of Splitter 2 is simple: drag your mouse through wood objects to allow a perpetually happy smiley face to roll to its destination, or just hack things to bits if you get stuck.
Experience The Planets is an ongoing art project that visualizes our solar system through the eyes of artists; it’s developed by Greg Martin, who knows a thing or two about space art.
Now that’s a neocortex: these detailed 1:6 Mars Attacks! figures come as 10″ Soldiers or 12″ Ambassadors with 13 articulation points, but keep ‘em away from birds and country music.
Coming soon: Wicked Laser’s 2010 PRO Series increases safety and power for their Spyder, Evolution and Executive lasers, with the Spyder III going Class IV with 500 mw of output.
It may look orchestrated, but Bobby McFerrin is demonstrating how people intuitively sing notes on the pentatonic scale, using little more than his jumping to dictate relative pitch.
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