Alex Roman’s The Third & The Seventh is amazing; this full-CG piece is technically a look both through the lens of a camera and aside it, but is best enjoyed abstractly. Thanks, everyone!
We’re a bit past 2001, but Sony’s Bravia NX800 evolves your home theater with 1080p HD, 240Hz refresh rate, WiFi, and a monolithic pedestal that tilts the 46″-60″ HDTV 6 degrees.
We’re not exactly romantic comedy types, but She’s Out Of My League is something most guys (even non-moodles) can relate to: it pairs up geeky Jay Baruchel with a smokin’ Alice Eve.
Those of you lucky enough to live in a 4G area, Overdrive arrives 1/10/2010: the MiFi-like router connects to Sprint’s WiMAX and 3G networks and share up to five devices over WiFi.
Projection art gets interactive with Night Lights; it uses twelve 20,000 lumen projectors to amplify body, hand, and phone movements into 5-story images on the Auckland Ferry Building.
Available 1/25/2010 with Verizon, Palm doubles down with the Pre Plus (16 GB, no home button) and Pixi Plus (WiFi); both can also serve as 3G hotspots with up to 5 devices tethered.
Nike’s Slim Fold Golf Wallet is up to par for a full 18 holes; the bifold wallet sports a durable nylon outer, a supple leather inner, six card pockets, and a double currency pocket.
Moon lands on Blu-ray 1/12/2010; the mind-bending, character-driven sci-fi film is a mix of 2001 and Solaris and stars Sam Rockwell on a solitary three-year lunar mining mission.
Dell Alienware’s M11x packs a 15″ laptop into a sub-12″ form factor; it features an 11.6″ 720p screen, Nvidia GT335M card, 6+ hours of battery life, and DisplayPort, HDMI, and VGA-out.
The SLS AMG’s retro-tastic looks may be polarizing, but get ready to see a whole lot more of it: it’s now the cover car for Gran Turismo 5 and gets its victory lap in the trailer above.
With distressed chestnut leather on an unpolished tubular steel frame, the Bresson Rocker is the ultimate man-chair: it’s well-worn comfort for those who believe in usin’ it or losin’ it.
Brian S. Berkovitz’s Wall-E 365 project will photograph our favorite trash compacting ‘bot for a year straight as he does everything but compact trash; he started just after Christmas 2009.
Pirates and ninjas go toe to toe (and parrot to samurai) again with Jeff Battocletti’s Epic Battle t-shirt, which gets a well-deserved reprint filled with scars, swords, and all sorts of skullduggery.
It may be gimmicky, but 3D arrives in home theaters this year via Sony and Panasonic, with both releasing 3D-capable TVs which will require special glasses; also: DIRECTV HD 3D.
Get up close and really personal with the Vanguard class in Mass Effect 2, which features a new biotic charge ability; use it to either quickly flank enemies or flee in a hurry.
Slim and light at 1″/3 lbs. but well-equipped, Sony’s 13.1″ carbon fiber and aluminum Vaio Z boasts a Core i5 or i7 CPU, HDMI-out, 3G, hybrid graphics system, and 512 GB SSD.
Sony’s Vaio F tops out their entertainment notebook line with a 16.4″ 16:9 1080p screen, HDMI-out, GeForce GT330M or 310M, up to 8 GB RAM, standard Core i7, and optional Blu-ray.
Introducing the T-minus Tree: using differential calculus, a car battery, and 32 engines wired in parallel, two DIY’ers find a way to “reuse” their Christmas tree by turning it into a rocket.
Motorola’s Backflip is inside-out with both the keyboard and 3.1″ touch screen facing outwards; the 3G-capable phone runs Android 1.5 and includes WiFi, Bluetooth, and a 5 MP camera.
Getting uber-pwnd isn’t easy to deal with, but the PWN’D Support Group may be ideal if the only thing you’re L33T at is FAIL; warning: includes borderline pornographic teabagging.
Olive+THIEL’s HD Music System hits high-end wallets with the Olive 4+ 2TB music-over-IP server, self-powered THIEL SCS4 200W speakers, and iPhone/iPod Touch remote app.
Now available: the Ariel Atom 3’s steel tube chassis exposes you to the elements, but it won’t take much time getting from A to B: it boasts a 0-60 of 2.9s and weighs just 1,375 lbs.
Bring the boom to your boxers with Logitech’s Speaker Lapdesk N700; it’s a quirky combination of ergonomic, air-cooled comfort and integrated stereo speakers for your laptop.
Help solve the puzzle of autism with Oakley’s TACA Fuel Cell sunglasses; each sports the TACA logo and puzzle motif on a polished black O Matter Frame with Plutonite lenses.
Bill Owen’s District 9 case mod is Wikus-worthy: hand-weathered and distressed with rust surfacing and bullet holes, it includes the Prawn-DNA canister, alien lettering, and MNU logo.
Eirik Solheim follows up his 2008 video with One Year in 120 Seconds, this time shooting 2009 in full motion thanks to a new Canon 5D Mark II and 30 second video clips.
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Build Your Own LEGO Drones with Flybrix DIY Drone Kits
Disney CEO Doesn’t Expect Rogue One to Do as Well as The Force Awakens
Voyager Golden Record Vinyl Box Set
Deal: Learn to Develop Apps and Games for iOS and Android
Star Trek Boldly Go Introduces Kirk and Crew to the Borg
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2018 Chevrolet Equinox: Bigger on the Inside
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