Tonic Wear’s Gâˆšºs Passport Folio is a blend of the old and new, with hand-stitched corners, Italian leather, calfskin lining, a modern splitshot pattern and two SIM card pockets.
This video may look like a simple Lego movie, but all movement–from the ships to the stage–is actually controlled by a Mindstorms NXT kit; skip to 2:35 to look behind the scenes.
Vael Projects’ quirky styling and quality materials are evident in these Terminatrix His, which despite their intense name are fairly sleek and simple with a removable convertible zipper.
This How They Did It Video for Carousel is almost as surprising as the short film itself; we were surprised that the frozen-in-time look wasn’t CG but just actors standing very, very still.
Made with Lego Mindstorms NXT and hung from three pulleys, Nils Volker’s Drawing Robot is more artistic than technical: it tracks visitor’s eye movements to create dot paintings.
To debut at the 2009 Salon Prive, the Veritas RS III eschews a roof and windshield for pure speed (the passenger seat also seals up); it’ll go 0-60 in 3.2s with a 600hp BMW 5.0L V10.
We almost wet ourselves watching this fantastic gameplay trailer for Uncharted 2, set in a war-torn city; Drake’s actions are so expertly blended into the game it feels like a movie.
Dragon’s 80s retro-styled Domo Sunglasses sport a giant, 5-barrel hinged Grilamid frame that’s almost goggle sized; the carbon-based shield lens are optically true and block 100% UV.
This Tea Kettle concept turns tea brewing into a (mad) science: its boiling and cooling stations resemble test tubes while a tea-dispensing aluminum stick looks like a nuclear fuel rod.
Spoiler alert: this Meet the Spy video is our favorite out of the other “Meet the…” videos for Team Fortress 2; we won’t ruin the ending, but watch every character closely for their tells.
Available today only, Sporck Long And Prosper is a double entendre tee: Spock is no longer half-human and half Vulcan; he’s now also part Leonard Nimoy and part Zachary Quinto.
Even the Empire has been hit badly by the economy, with stormtroopers downsizing from AT-STs and tauntauns to Alvin, Simon & Theodore; believe it or not, that’s a real chipmunk!
This Electric GreenGT concept is both eco- and drool-friendly, with a carbon fiber chassis/fiberglass body, 450hp and a ridiculous 1,895 lb-ft of torque driven by Li-ions and solar panels.
While it doesn’t show us everything we want to see, this Mass Effect 2 Prelude in advance of E3 gives away just enough with an emphasis on intense combat and a darker storyline.
Gift cards are the ultimate in generic gifts, but this Gift Card Puzzle Vault ensures your friends have to earn it; the ball bearing maze must be solved in order to access the goodies inside.
Kudos to David Osborne for being ultra efficient: his traveling drum kit serves as both his ride and his gig, with a bicycle that can be transformed into a drumset in only 20 minutes.
Get those credit cards out 5/19, because this launch trailer should put those of you on the fence about Bionic Commando over the edge with awesome music and a swinging montage.
Worn by Bo Jackson and John McEnroe, the legendary Nike Trainer 1 gets a 21st century update with a DiamondFLX outsole, flywiring, Max Air unit and a forefoot pivot point.
Although software engineer Shamus Young’s Procedural City above looks simple, what makes it special is that it is generated on the fly using algorithms with no textures or models.
Monty Python fans are a rabid, hand grenade-throwing rabble, and the only ones who will get this The Knights Who Play Nii tee; just wear the wrist strap to avoid those nasty flesh wounds.
It won’t please all audiophiles, but along with a smoked glass design, the iHome iP1 iPod Dock uses Bongiovi audio processing and features a 100W amp, 4″ woofers and 1″ tweeters.
While the idea isn’t new, we like the hand-painted look of Around Shirts; they broadcast to the world where you’ve been with the names of cities like LA and Tokyo in giant type.
Taming the wired jungle under your desk is a nearly impossible task, but Cordotz may be our salvation: the colored snap-on “Dotz” with icons allow you to label your cords and cables.
Shown before Bolt, Cars’ Tokyo Mater is a 6 min. short film that hilariously spoofs Fast & Furious: Tokyo Drift with references to Grendizer and Power Rangers. PS: Donuts FTW!
More useful than any plastic you’ll ever carry, this credit-card sized Survival Card features a fixed stainless steel blade, a fire starter, signal whistle, LED light, tweezer and toothpick.
Terminator: Salvation’s Marcus Wright toes the line between hero and villain with this 1:6 figure; it sports two heads (one battle damaged), two outfits, three hands, and weapons.
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