Turn your living room into an impromptu nightclub with this hypnotic DIY RGB Coffee Table; it uses 9×9 array of 81 Arduino-controlled ShiftBrite LEDs installed on a 2×2 Ikea table.
We could probably build one of Nils Moormann’s Easy Readers for cheap, but props to him for the ingenious idea: it’s a combination bookshelf and bench with wheel for easy moving.
Like a real caddy but minus the grumbling, Shadow Caddy is a robotic cart that follows you via a transmitter on your belt; object detection prevents collisions with objects and other golfers.
It’s the last place you’d want to bring your precious mp3 player, not that you’d need it: the iShower Curtain is ideal for soapy singers and loofa lounge lizards of all shapes and sizes.
We’d be boogying to this Lusso Turntable too if we could afford it; at $31k, this ultra-lux record player features a carbon tonearm and motor on their own aluminum/black acrylic cones.
We’d think twice about snoozing with this Darth Vader Alarm Clock, which features three sound effects, glowing red digits, audio jack input and force grip if you nap too long.
Gaetano Pesce’s Montanaro couches are pure awesome, with cascading waterfalls and snow-capped peaks that let you brag that you can move mountains (albeit only for game nights).
Thank god for kooky artists like Bill Durovchic; his beautiful Gear Box Sculptures have no discernible use, but are fun for not only burning calories but a nice-sized hole in your wallet.
Not your everyday clock radio, Bang & Olufsen’s BeoSound 3 sits in a vertically oriented aluminum case; it’ll play MP3/WMAs via SD/MMC cards and uses a rechargeable battery.
Be the envy of graphic and designers everywhere by pimping out your pad with these Adobe App Pillows, based on their famous icon counterparts; you can buy all 6 for $80.
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.
Ideal for vampire hunters and scaring the crap out of the peasantry, this TAC 15 Crossbow converts a standard AR-15 assault rifle into a weapon of unrivaled medieval power.
Despite its innuendo-laden name, SwissTech’s Screwz-All is actually a compact 4-in-1 tool set with two Philips and flathead screwdrivers each; it folds flat for easy keychain carrying.
You won’t be building WALL-E case mods with it, but Romolo Stanco’s MotherBoard is geek-chic with untouchable laser-etchings that are made on the glass slab, not the mirror’s surface.
Tumiedei’s Mini-Loft furniture introduces loft-like elements such as multiple levels and efficient storage to tight spaces, making them ideal for NYC apartments and college dorms.
Striker’s Carbide Utility Score features a v-shaped carbide tip with aggressive crosscut file for scribing deep and wide cut; it’s also safe, letting you cut toxic fiber cement with minimal dust.
You’ll need to keep it away from rogue buttons and zippers, but this Guitar Hanger is a great idea for musicians living in tight spaces; it takes all of five seconds to hang your axe.
A quick once over reveals how it’s done, but Rafa Garcia’s Sancal Elipse coffee table does a good job of looking like its top is floating; choose from black or white lacquer.
Now you see it, now you (sort of) don’t: Reinier de Jong’s REK features movable, zig-zag shaped parts that interlock, allowing you to expand the bookcase to a size that fits your room.
About as sane as living in a glass house, Teckell’s Foosball tables are primarily made of white, green or transparent glass; sharp consequences aside, they are definitely lookers.
Until they abolish daylight savings entirely, Denis Guidone’s Ora (il)Legale Clock may be the next best solution: a flat base lets you tip it forward or back; it’ll exhibit next week in Milan.
Diego Silverio’s Tetris Furniture concept doesn’t just resemble bricks from the classic puzzle game–the pieces have real functions, from doubling as storage to serving as a low-slung couch.
A low-cost motion simulator for businesses, the Predator lets you pitch up to 350lb +/- 15 degrees and includes a racing seat, force feedback wheel and support for off the shelf PC games.
With three LCD monitors, four subwoofers, three tweeters and an 1100W amplifier crammed into a piano, Gardner Post’s Baby Grand Master may be a bastard, but it’s a sexy bastard.
Deckstool is where old decks go for a second chance: built from broken skateboards, each is crafted and finished in urban Philly and totally unique; they’ll even make your own Custom stool.
With 13 layers of varnish and alcantara-lined drawers, Erwin Sattler’s Custodia is a watch geek’s wet dream; winding rates can be set via USB while 16 LED lamps illuminate your beauties.
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