Part watch, part cuckoo clock, Gerald Genta’s Arena Metasonic Watch chimes either the exact time or regular intervals using immensely complex yet purely mechanical means.
This two-part Back in the Game trailer (1, 2) brings our favorite video game characters to painful, pitiful life: Matt Hazard: Blood Bath & Beyond promises to put them out of their misery.
Designed to go head to head with an out-of-control Hulk, this 1:6 polystone Hulkbuster Iron Man is sold out in the prop-open helmet version, but still available for preorder as a regular edition.
That’s one giant leap for iPhone/iPod users: the NASA app is a must for space travel enthusiasts, with mission updates, pictures via IOTD and APOD, videos and Twitter updates.
Revenge is best served sweet with this pump-action Elite Marshmallow Blaster, which hurls cubes of sugary death up to 40 feet; it comes in a briefcase for clandestine s’mores strikes.
This trio of Behind the Scenes trailers for Uncharted 2 obliterates any lingering doubts we had about the game; learn about Tech & Gameplay, Story & Art, or Making the Cinematics.
Immensely popular with skaters, the Nike ZB Zoom Stefan Janoski gets a boatshoe prep model with Obsidian Blue perfed leather panels, brown leather laces and a leather lining.
This new trailer for Star Wars: Uncut will leave even the most stoic bounty hunter with a lump in their throat: the project now consists of 399 finished 15 second clips, viewable here.
With shoutouts to tuners, racers, and drifters, Forza Motorsport 3 seems to be trying too hard by being all things to all drivers, but the critics seem to love it; it’ll be available 10/27.
Inspired by the suits seen in the AMC TV series, this Mad Men Suit cuts a slim 1960s profile with narrow lapels, grey wool sharkskin and 2-button slanted pockets. Thanks, John!
Alan Jaras’ Light Art is spectacular enough on its own, but most impressive is these are made without any CG: they’re refraction patterns of light passing through transparent objects.
Apple’s in-store tech support is well-known for being maniacally bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, but they meet their match with the Evil Genius: show up five minutes late, get vaporized.
Other flashlights are brighter, but the SureFire LED Defender may save your life: two sets of of hard anodized aluminum teeth–a strike bezel and tailcap–double as self-defense weapons.
The NIKEiD app may be a marketing gimmick, but it’s an excellent one: not only can you customize your own kicks, but generate color palettes on the fly by taking pics of your surroundings.
With 3 CDs, 2 DVDs, 1 LP, and a 164 page photo book, the AC/DC Backtracks Set not only packs in the music but lets you play it: the box doubles as a working guitar amp. Thanks, Phil!
With an emphasis on teamwork, Army of Two: The 40th Day plays more like Army of Four with the co-op Extraction Mode; it’s available if you preorder or a month after 1/12 if you don’t.
It’s not quite as comprehensive as the Sci-Fi/Fantasy Generator, but 42 Essential Plot Twists scores points for its twisted creativity–helpfully illustrated with equally twisted drawings.
Made from truck tarps and car seatbelts, Freitag’s latest F76 and F77 bags show scant evidence of their origins; good for 13″ and 15″ laptops, they’re available in dozens of colorways.
With healthy hints of Fable, this Assassin’s Creed 2 Progression Trailer reveals the heart of any good RPG: character evolution, which in the case of Ezio covers 30 years of his life.
Hurricane Billiard’s Mantis Custom is their latest pool table-de-force; it features bent aluminum plate legs with phenolic resin ball feet and etched glass rails on an open-loop ball return.
From lumberjacks to knights, Monty Python: Almost The Truth squeezes 40 years into 8 hours; it interviews all five living members plus modern comedians like Jimmy Fallon and Seth Green.
Skagen’s Cinquecento Grigio is the Macbook Air of watches, measuring just 9mm thin; it also features a minimalist 40mm titanium case with carbon fiber dial and chain mail bracelet.
Vodafone NZ turns what would normally be a cacophony into a symphony with a stirring cellphone rendition of Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture; it took 1,000 phones and 53 ringtones.
Because even Sith Lords need to do PowerPoint presentations: these Lightsaber Laser Pointers are available in Vader and Maul styles, perfect for pointing out, say, two-meter exhaust vents.
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