They may steal our cows and take over our cats, but Clement Morin’s animated short film, Invasions, shows that alien dudes do things for the exact same reason that human dudes do.
New for 2010: ICE’s Adventure, Sprint, and Vortex are recumbent trikes that differ in terms of seating height; all offer ICE’s CFT folding system, which folds in 30 seconds. Thanks, Chris!
Oregon-based watchmaker Keaton Myrick’s KPM Watch 001 isn’t for sale, but is a sign of beautiful things to come: it sports a 42mm 316L stainless steel case with sapphire front and back.
Most trailers reveal too much, but The Company Men goes the opposite direction with a wordless trailer; it stars Tommy Lee Jones, Ben Affleck, and Chris Cooper as laid-off coworkers.
Ferrari da Varese’s Bugatti Pen is a metallic marvel; its aluminum shell is quadruple-plated with nickel, silver, palladium, and platinum, and features an iridium-tipped 18 karat gold nib.
Build your own weapon of legged destruction with these SpiderBot (Hexapod) plans on Thingiverse by Daniel Schatzmayr; his design calls for a laser cutter, wood, and 20 servos.
Upcoming FPS Brink gets a Character Customization trailer that shows how you can tweak your avatar, from archetype and build to face overlay and clothing; car tire armor for us, please.
It won’t fit in your back pocket, but TMT’s Tactical Wallet is a rugged, RFID-blocking multifunction wallet; it packs a compass, carbide glass breaker, tweezers, toothpick, and pen.
Honda’s HSV-010 GT is now official: the GT500 racer will compete in the 2010 Super GT Series in May and sports a 3.4L liquid-cooled V8 good for 496 hp and 289 lb-ft. of torque.
Film the Blanks is an ongoing project to create abstract, minimalist versions of movie posters by blanking out text and reducing shapes and colors; see how many you can guess here.
It may look like an axe, but the Misa Digital Guitar a completely different instrument; this string-less Linux-powered MIDI controller features 24 frets and a multifunction touchscreen.
The Air Jordan brand continues its 25th Anniversary celebration with the Alpha 1 in black and red; it sports Phylon midsoles, full Zoom Air units, and a comfy inner lining. Thanks, R.O.!
This N7 Dev Diary for Mass Effect 2 shows how you can make Shepard a badass (or just an ass), but at the heart of it are the N7 missions: these optional quests are found by exploring planets.
We can’t forgive him for Jar Jar, but George Lucas does know how to make a buck or two at the box office; Blockbusting is his take on the 300 most successful movies of all time.
PSE updates its TAC 15 with the TAC 15I Tactical Assault Crossbow, which integrates the trigger, stock, and grip in the barrel; also new: the TAC 10/10I, a compact version of the TAC 15.
Aside from a few strange sign choices, Johannes Krohn’s Alien Assault t-shirt is an exercise in 8-bit isometric awesomeness with giant robots, laser beams, and hapless humans.
Taking him four years to complete, Jens Gustafsson’s My MS Paint World is the Sistine Chapel of bitmaps; it’s 8883 x 7636 pixels large (8 feet x 8 feet) and takes up a 203 BMP file.
Now available: Aliph’s Jawbone ICON is their latest bluetooth headset with six distinct designs; each boasts a visual battery gauge, a MyTALK app store, and NoiseAssassin 2.5.
The Mario Bros. go academic with Super Mario Trend; it’s actually a project by five Italian students that presents five of the biggest global trends including eco fashion and transport.
Pay your last respects to the original Facebook with this Necronomicon t-shirt; if you’re a fan of R’lyeh you’ll definitely want to unfriend Cthulhu, because it sure as heck dislikes you.
Part of the God of War III: Ultimate Edition, the Unearthing the Legend documentary gets teased; it reveals the origins of Kratos and is hosted by Mr. Robocop himself (aka Peter Weller).
Beyond the new headlamps, grille, and front fascia, BMW’s 2011 3 Series coupe and convertible get a revised N55 engine; the single turbo 3.0L I6 boasts a fatter torque curve.
Casio updates its classic Three Eye design with the G-Shock GA-100/100A series; it sports one analog and two LCD round dials, two square LCD dials, and a large main analog display.
We’ve seen a lot of Salem & Rios trailers, but the duo goes on one last World Tour as Army of Two: The 40th Day hits store shelves; the live action/CG trailer is set to music by Second Sex.
V.R. pioneer Jaron Lanier’s You Are Not A Gadget is a manifesto on the dangers of Web 2.0 outpacing cultural needs; in it, he tackles issues such as mob behavior and collectivism.
Laser Cats 5 is James Cameron’s next billion-dollar sci-feline flick; the SNL skit is a cinema geek’s dream, with references to Cameron’s biggest movies and an in-alien-able cameo.
You won’t be rolling the dice with Zontik’s Backgammon Precision Dice; high-end and indestructible, they sport rounded corners and are painted by hand with a hypodermic needle.
If you liked Parrot’s AR.Drone, build your own using Arduino; Paul Rene’s aptly-named Quaduino features four rotors, pitch/roll//yaw controls, a compass, barometer, and accelerometer.
QT is anything but cute: the offroad company has three new models, ranging from the street legal 300STR to the 4.0L Jag V8 400DKR, which placed 1st, 2nd, and 3rd at the Pharaons Rally.
Not that you’re going to be kissing anyone over your headset, but Patrick English’s Modern Warfare-inspired Strong Mints t-shirt is perfect for guys who don’t mind an explosion of flavor.
Keep the missus happy while future-proofing your home with Boxetti’s Home Theater: the zig-zag panels aren’t just for show, but fold out into hi-fi speakers and a 46″ flat screen TV lift.
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