If you’re sick of coworkers jacking your coffee mug, this Plug Mug is like low-tech RSA encryption: a simple plug serves as a key, rendering your cup useless when not inserted.
It’s limited to Republic of Gamers (ROG) motherboards, but this overclocking station by Asus installs into two 5.25″ bays and sports a 3″ TFT-LCD for monitoring voltages and fan speeds.
This video demoes the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter’s infrared distributed aperture system (DAS) and is entertaining, enlightening, and just a bit scary; damn thing’s near omniscient.
Few people spend more time at their desks surrounded by cans of Red Bull and coffee than bloggers, which is why these RSS coasters are perfect; they’re from the iPhone coaster folks.
And they say being a cop is hard: CafÃ© SerrÃ© is a very short animated film that shows that some police officers can get the job done without lifting a finger. Well, maybe a donut or two.
Dedicated to elite military forces, Bell & Ross’ 01 Commando watches are limited to 500; it sports a white colorway with photo-luminescent indices and anti-reflective sapphire crystal.
Starring Bruce Willis, Surrogates blends Blade Runner with The Sims with a near-future world where nearly all humans live their lives through real-life avatars; it hits theaters 9/25.
Jack Spade’s Wear Utility Brief may be pricey, but this utilitarian bag is designed to last: the paraffin-soaked cotton is mark-proof while the handles are reinforced with rivets.
This trailer for Battlefield: Bad Company 2 shows how it’s done: it demos its multiplayer features in one hand and blows the ever-loving crap out of everything in the other. Thanks, Jake!
We hope you can read fast, because this Ghostmatrix printer uses an array of UV LEDs to scan across phosphorescent paper; the result is a stream of letters that slowly fade.
The Rotundus GroundBot may be a security robot, but its ability to go offroad in snow, mud, sand and even water ensures that future human rebels will have nowhere to hide.
This Bumblebee Edition Chevy Camaro won’t turn into your personal robot, but sports black racing stripes, rally yellow paint and Transformers badging on the wheels and inside.
Before ID4, there was V: the 80s miniseries gets a fresh reboot with this trailer, which will come to ABC in mid-2010; let’s just say “V” stands less for “visitor” and more for “vivisection.”
Part bar chart, part pixelpalooza, this paper mask prototype by illustrator Johnny Kelly seems pointless at first, but we think they’d make wicked Halloween masks with a few tweaks.
This gameplay trailer for X3: Terran Conflict is an unexpected crowd-pleaser, with hordes of ships, the combat and the Battlestar Galactica-style cinematography and music.
For action photographers and DSLR gunslingers who need two hands on the shutter, the RS DR-1 Double Strap features a counterbalanced design that will hold two cameras.
If you’ve heard (or experienced) the phrase, “your life flashing before your eyes,” Last Day Dream is exactly that with a short sequence of brief, but moving shots of an individual’s life.
Powered by temperature changes, Jaeger-LeCoultre and Dunhill’s black-edition Atmos Regulator clock doesn’t require batteries or winding; you’ll have to pay an arm and a leg, though.
Graphic Arts student Jas Bhachu takes a Rubik’s Cube and turns it into a functioning Font Generator; an array of geometric shapes on each face lets you stamp just about any letter.
Purveyor of things of all things simple Erik Schedin has added a pair of Danner Light Boots to his highly selective inventory; we’re digging the clean lines and two-tone colorway.
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