Motion graphic artist and math lover Julius Horsthuis presents yet another unique fractal-generated environment for our eyes to drink in. This time out, we take a trip to a colorful temple on a strange alien planet that looks like it could be a level from a Halo game.
The Atom is a 3-axis gimbal for smartphones that folds down to nearly half its size when not in use. It also has a button for switching between landscape and portrait modes, a programmable slide button, 360º rotation, and lets you charge your phone while it’s docked.
For lovers of G-SHOCK watches who want even more substance, the G-STEEL GSTB100XA-1A is the one to wear. The solar-powered watch features a steel case, sapphire crystal, carbon fiber bezel, bright LED lighting, and Bluetooth connectivity for internet synchronized time.
Whether you’re into outdoor adventures, or are just plain clumsy, never worry about dropping your phone again. This gadget places a mount point between your phone’s back and case, then tethers it to a carabiner with a 24″ coiled line that you can attach to a belt loop or bag.
Dmitry Grozov aka Ahriman made this awesome fan trailer for Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope in the style of ’70s anime, complete with Japanese dub. It’s not as smooth or sharp as OtaKing’s legendary TIE Fighter, but the jankiness only adds nostalgia.
These in-ear noise-cancelling headphones do a neat trick. They have built in microphones to record binaural sound, capturing immersive audio at concerts and other places where you want to replicate the experience of being there (when played back on headphones.) Demo here.
A lighthearted urban planning simulation in which you build your town while making sure that the buildings themselves are happy and fulfilled. It’s like Sim City and a Tamagotchi had a baby. Coming to PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One late Spring 2018. More here.
Go back to the ’90s with this so-bad-its-good trailer from the 1999 TV mini-series Atomic Train, which not only perfectly captures the era, it manages to give away the entire story from start to finish. The tagline for the series was the equally awesome “The Final Stop is Deadly.”
French automaker Peugeot dusts off the styling of their iconic 504 coupe and updates it with this pure electric concept car. The e-Legend has a 100kWh battery and dual motors to make more than 450 hp and 590 lb-ft. of torque, and is packed with tech like full autonomy.
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