Iron Man vs. Bruce Lee is an odd smackdown, but we’re still glad Patrick Bolvin created this awesome stop-motion video; a mystery third (and fourth) party is revealed at the end.
Prindiville Prestige’s customized Lambo Murcielago replaces its body panels with carbon fiber and adds a titanium exhaust system, handle-less doors and an upgraded interior.
There’s so much action in this launch trailer for BattleForge that it gets us dizzy (in a good way); it’s a card-based strategy game with 200 initial cards and an an auction/trading system.
Timberland Boot Company’s Counterpane Boots have a well-worn, rugged style with Italian canvas and Horween full-grain leather panels; it’s unlined to keep the weight light.
It was “bound” to happen sooner or later: blogger and literary buff James Bridle has self-published My Life in Tweets, a hardcover book with 4100 Twitter posts from 2007 to 2009.
Samsung’s 10.1″ N310 notebook is an oddball; its curvy design and colors make it look like a toy, but the LED display, 3G module and 93% chiclet keyboard are crave-worthy features.
A new, meatier trailer is up for Monsters vs. Aliens: the first half is focused mostly on Ginormica, but you’ll learn more about all the characters (including the big, bad alien invaders).
Hot on the heels of yesterday’s Goldfinger re-release, Quantum of Solace is now available on Blu-ray (and DVD); you’ll get full 1080p video and DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio.
It’s amazing just how often the Batman logo has changed over the years, but this excellent video by Rodrigo Rojas starts from 1941 and takes us through various comics and films.
Sebastien Sauvage’s radio and speaker system concept compliments the Mac Mini with a stackable design; the radio features five USB ports, a card reader and access to 10k stations.
Well-known for their Swiss Army Knives, Wenger’s Aerograph Cockpit Watch is likely just as multi-functional and dependable; it’s a pilot’s watch inspired by flight-deck instruments.
Due out this June, Spore’s Galactic Adventures expansion adds further depth to the space phase; this Captain Trailer focuses on a single avatar, which ain’t a bad thing.
A modest update over Samsung’s NC10, the N110 mini notebook keeps its 1.6GHz Atom CPU and 1GB RAM, but gets a battery boost to 7 hours, a longer touchpad and a glossy lid.
Cheap Monday takes a welcome break from premium denim with their Clairvoyant shades; choose from classic Wayfarer, Clubmaster, Shooting Star and Persol styles for only $25.
G.I. Joyride isn’t the deepest of games, but for an iPhone app it’s good for a quick romp; your goal is to keep an APC moving and upright as you face hills and enemies. Thanks, Alex!
A perfect complement to the Video Game Periodic Table, this Periodic Table of Controllers is fairly comprehensive with game controllers from Atari, Nintendo, Coleco and more.
Philips’ Haptics Jacket gets you touchy-feely about a movie, literally; outfitted with 64 actuators, it creates “emotional immersion” with touches on your arm and shivers up your spine.
Set to Rokysopps’ “Remind Me,” Tomas Nilsson has created a modern version of Little Red Riding Hood; filled with schematics and statistics, it’s more infographic than fairy tale.
It looks to be Korea-only, but we like the iRiver P35 PMP’s minimalist design; it sports their SPINN wheel, good audio/video codecs, Wi-Fi, portrait/landscape modes and a 4.3″ display.
Zipp’s VumaChrono is a radically designed crank for hardcore bicyclists; it features a spiderless design with an ultra-stiff 30mm spindle, making it 9s faster over 40km. Thanks, Brian!
Stuffed to the brim with over-the-top visuals, this full 138-second trailer for Goemon is unabashedly epic; it’s directed by Kazuaki Kiriya of Casshern fame and opens this May in Japan.
Hard Graft’s Key Too is a funky but slick wallet designed just for your keys; it protects your car’s keyfob from other keys by providing it with its own pocket while the keys slip into a sleeve.
These mini R/C Mario Kart racers literally turn on a dime, making them ideal for cubicle obstacle courses; you’ll get green shells, bananas, a turbo button, and your choice of Mario or Yoshi.
Part social experiment, part tech demo, filmmakers in Dusseldorf recently equipped a man with a camouflage suit to drive home the point that people treat the homeless as invisible.
A must for Stikfas fans and collectors, this custom Caterpillar MadL by Rohby comes with vinyl stickers and a stump-grinder attachment; only two out of five are still available.
Although we’re slightly put off by the bright colors, this Primordial Duel t-shirt gave us a laugh for its interesting, oversized printed rendition of the classic robots vs. monsters debate.
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