Dainese’s stunning Tattoo racing suit features Samurai and Maori motifs made of kangaroo hide; it also sports shock absorbing Zama shoulders and bi-axial elastic inserts.
This Battle for Leyte Gulf trailer for Battlestations: Pacific reenacts the infamous kamikaze runs on the American carrier fleets during WWII and sends chills up our spine every time.
Most guys wouldn’t be caught dead in Crocs, but their Prepair Collection of sandals is designed to improve athletes’ recovery times by reducing pressure and muscular effort.
YOUgNeek’s Star Trek Clock is a direct answer to Trekkies that felt left out by their previous Star Wars Clock; it’s made with 12 Micro Machine vehicles and a DS9 in the middle.
Greg Benson of Mediocre Films muscles his way in on a Free Hugs guy’s racket with his own $2 Deluxe Hugs; our favorite part is at 3:14: “So what can I get for, like, a 20?”
Their first SFF rig, iBuyPower’s LAN Warrior is a beast: it maxes out with a 1000W PSU, 5 fans, liquid cooling, Core i7, 4-way SLI/Crossfire, two Blu-ray writers, and 24GB RAM.
Casio’s G-Shock Gulfman is ideal for boaters and surfers, with tide graph display, EL backlight, stopwatch function, yacht timer, and 200m of water resistance; it’ll run 7 years on a battery.
You Fade To Light is an array of interactive OLEDs, effectively digitizing the shapes and movements of passersby; it was commissioned for Phillips and uses software by Chris O’Shea.
The official photos of the Ferrari 599XX concept are out, and she’s a beaut: it’s the result of their road-and-track hybrid XX program and sports a 700hp V12 and 60ms shift times.
Our friends at Rethink Clothing are running a contest for The Awesomer readers; you’ll get a chance to win a free Rethink t-shirt. Update: this contest has concluded.
Proof that Batman always has a backup, this JOB t-shirt is what the Dark Knight uses when his Bat Signal is out of order; our apologies to Alfred, who has to clean up the inevitable guano.
Self-billed by Fujitsu as the world’s fastest UMPC, the FMVLUC50N is a mouthful and a small handful; you’ll get an 2GHz Atom CPU, 5.6″ touchscreen, 1GB RAM and up to a 120GB HDD.
Heretofore seen only in screenshots, Star Trek: D.A.C. is finally unveiled in a series of Walkthrough videos (Part 1, 2, 3); it’s basically a 2D shooter a-la Asteroids, albeit a beautiful one.
VholdR’s ContourHD is the world’s first HD helmet camcorder; it features a wide angle lens, records 720p at 30fps, rotates 192 degrees and includes goggle and flat surface mounts.
A throwback to the lace-to-toe hikers popular in the 90s, VAEL’s Apres Boot is due out Fall 2009 and will feature a high-cut leather upper and an EVA sole that eliminates break-in time.
Areaware’s IF Mode Bicycle is clean, through-and-through: this lightweight commuter bike features sleek lines, no greasy chains and wheels that slide neatly together when folding.
Edge Magazine has an retrospective up for the PlayStation, from its early break with Nintendo to its current struggles to for market share; cool logo and controller prototypes, too.
Two musical powerhouses join forces with the Gibson Artist Series, headed by Led Zep’s Jimmy Page and featuring the designs of 12 street artists; they’ll be auction 4/29 in London.
This Breed Something New trailer for Prototype proves several things: one, it always starts in a small town, and two, the government is behind everything, including cannibal babies.
Similar to Apple’s Time Machine, Seagate’s Replica backs up your entire computer, with both 250GB single and 500GB multiple PC versions available; the latter includes a dock.
Kansas State University geographers have mapped out the Seven Deadly Sins across the United States, using information like fast food restaurants, poverty, crime and disease.
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