Mixing mid century modern with modern minimalism, the Sonic Chair takes the classic bubble chair and turns it into a mini-office with 20″ touchscreen iMac on a pivoting arm.
Deconstructing Disney characters may seem disconcerting, but M. Hofko’s Cartoon Particles are a quirky 3d look at the basic building blocks of our favorite ducks, dogs and mice.
Gears of War 2 has added its own DLC to the mix with its Combustible Map Pack at Xbox LIVE; it’s a set of three multiplayer maps titled Flood, Gold Rush and Fuel Station.
Tokyoflash’s Waku watch is a step away from their metal/plastic designs, but is no less cryptic or minimalist; the leather strap extends onto the face, which hides 15 multicolored LEDs.
Its composite back may scare guitar purists, but the Ovation Idea’s tech is super sweet: preamp for live gigs, built-in mp3 recorder with condenser mic, and playback for practicing.
There’s something oddly hypnotic about this Soulcalibur IV video, set to Michael Jackson’s Smooth Criminal. Two Voldos are cool, although it gets a bit too kinky for us at 1:19.
The 2008 Olympics may be long over, but we’re loving this sweet case mod based off the Beijing Digital building; it’s made with aluminum, wood, UV blue acrylic and UV CCFLs.
The wait is over for push-to-talk fans: BlackBerry’s Curve 8350i is official and will be available to Sprint customers this week, and features Wi-Fi plus Group Connect with up to 20 people.
Available 12/18 in Japan (Q1, USA), Dynasty Warriors Gundam 2 may be the bastard child of two franchises, but hordes of enemies + mecha + tweaked AI = one sexy bastard.
Top Gear pits the electric Tesla Roadster versus its gas guzzling Lotus Elise twin in the video above; it kicks butt with a 0-60 of 3.9s, but is anemic with only 55 miles on a charge.
Julien Bergignat’s Tima watch concept is an excellent blend of form and function; ePaper allows it to display analog or digital time on a lengthy curved surface that hugs the wrist.
Our playground drag race days are long over, but this badass King of the Trike t-shirt by UK-based Godmachine has us longing for some primo three-wheeled track time.
Making its US debut in January and available for preorder, Italy-based Aux’s Classic 2.1 Speakers are compact yet produce a huge sweetspot; choose from regular, gloss and leather versions.
It may not be a speed demon, but this six-legged Hexabot chair may be ideal for career couch potatoes; it was constructed by CMU student Rich Pantaleo for his final course project.
adidas and Porsche are definitely a powerhouse combo worthy of note; these Bounce:S running shoes feature a suspension system that transfers energy into forward movement.
We’re skeptical about God of War 3’s “Everything must come to an end” tagline (profit equals endless sequels), but Kratos packin’ a pair of armored wolf gloves is pure awesome.
Our own Christmas trees are looking downright dowdy next to some of these tricked out trees at Toxel.com; first place goes to the awe inspiring, LED-loaded Pac Man tree in Madrid.
Philips’ DC350 is a vertically oriented iPhone/iPod clock radio which also sports a Bluetooth link for hands-free calls; it’s rated at 6W RMS, includes a remote and will be out January.
It’s too bad Gamerox is for kids: this flexible chair allows gamers to really get into a game without fear of falling on their hineys while exercising their back and stabilizer muscles.
This Shag Master Creature Hoodie is strangely functional: it features an iPod pocket with wire port, removable velcro patches, and swappable bear ears and devil horns. Thanks, Meep!
Filled to the brim with agitprop, Money is a starstudded collab (David Byrne, Chuck D, N.A.S.A.) that becomes particularly potent when mixed with the artwork of Shepard Fairey.
While we’ve never seen the Overman King Gainer anime series, this poseable Revoltech XAN figure looks good enough to eat, with a metallic blue paintjob and 3 sets of extra hands.
If you’re stuck with an entry level phone, you could do a lot worse than Motorola’s i9; this sleek iDEN handset features a RAZR-esque clamshell design, 3 MP camera, GPS, and Bluetooth.
No shaky cam footage or whacked out angles here: the official X-Men Origins: Wolverine trailer is above, and while it’s light on FX, we’re liking the dark and foreboding tone.
It’s really a bonus that the Hotpod happens to cook; this “exothermic oxidizing reactor” is a work of art, built by blacksmith Daniel Harding from recycled gas cylinders and old Volkswagens.
With 18 entries, Intel’s recent Mobile Internet Device (MID) Design Contest is a treasure trove of concept gadgets; we like Peter Kubik’s unfolding, three-paneled smartphone.
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