This stainless steel pen has a metal alloy “nib”, so instead of ink it actually leaves bits of metal. It can write on most kinds of paper and can be sharpened using sandpaper. This one’s a keeper.
No release date yet, but Media Molecule has announced that LittleBigPlanet 2 will have a robust new set of tools, themes, toys and enemies to add to the 2 million levels we created in LBP1.
Known for their focus on safety, Volvo invited the press to show off the new S60’s collision detection system, which automatically applies the brakes to prevent a crash. Theoretically.
At the Silicon Valley TechFair, Microsoft Research showed how to extract clear images from short and blurry video clips by combining the sharp parts of the image from each frame of the video.
Science lovers might enjoy the clean-lined Milgauss timepiece from Rolex; its resistance to magnetic interferences comes from the shield made of ferromagnetic alloys which protect the movement.
They say everything tastes better with bacon. Sticky-sweet syrup maker Torani have gone and made a bacon-flavored goo you can drizzle in your drinks. Perfect for bacon martinis and pork lattes.
The Broadsword Handle Umbrella is an excellent choice to cover your chainmaille with when you’re scurrying around Camelot in a downpour, and the carrying case doubles as a convenient scabbard.
From Jalisco, the newly released small batch Karma tequila is made with a multiple distillation process and no additives. Silver available now; reposado and anejo versions are currently aging.
Nero wins our vote for best makeup and best performance in Push It Films Sweded version of J.J. Abrams Star Trek. We only wish they could have afforded a bit more lens flare.
We are loving the simplicity and the playful, mid-century mod looks of Jaime Hayonâ€™s Lounger wing chair that he’s designed for BD, with its monochromatic color choices and optional footrest.
This concept design for a super-luxury jet from BAE and Design Q would have comfy chairs, a white marble entryway, and a pop-out “air deck” providing an elevated view of exotic surroundings.
Ellsworth offers bicycles featuring the innovative NuVinci hub, based on Leonardo da Vinci’s original concepts. The derailleur is replaced with a series of tilting spheres to create seamless gear changes.
Already got an iPhone and an iPad? What’s next? iPhone 4G? How about a watch inspired by Apple’s gadgets? Not only would the iWatch tell time, but run apps, and have a mini-projector built-in.
We’ve all seen image mosaics before, but designer Juan Osborne has written an algorithm that generates art based on the words and frequency of repetition in books, movies, music and tv shows.
Do you still celebrate the little victories in life? Let these commercials for Thailand-based Cheers Beer show you how. We don’t think there will ever be an ad campaign more epic than this.
In the perfect synthesis (pun intended) of analog and digital worlds, Dave Smith’s Mopho synth lets you crank out fat analog sounds, while still including MIDI-over-USB control capability.
Fashion designer Tony Starch – “I prefer a shirt that you only have to iron once” – is kidnapped by terrorists and forced to iron their clothes. He defies their demands and becomes IRONING MAN.
Whether you’re ready to write a big check or just window shopping, Koenigsegg’s configurator lets you check out the customization options for the Agera and CCX/CCXR supercars.
It’s been over 20 years since Gordon Gekko first got greedy in Wall Street. After years in prison for his wrongdoing, he’s back to try and warn the financial sector about its impending doom.
Steffest created a music app and installed it on multiple Android and WinMo phones, and an iPod Touch. He then taped ’em all together to make a crazy guitar, and proceeded to play Cracklin’ Rose.
Too lazy to get in the car and head to the local Krispy Kreme? Loosen your belt and get one of these insane machines instead: they crank out 1200-2400 fat-filled mini-donuts per hour.
With a little help from Michael BublÃ©, Spider-Man pull us into his web with this demonstration of one of his lesser-known talents. More jazz hands, Spidey! (Thanks for the tip, Theylan!)
Ninja Theory, creator of Heavenly Sword have been working on their latest game, which follows two characters who escape slavery in a post- apocalyptic world. Coming to Xbox 360 and PS3.
Android’s little green robot gets a video game makeover in these amusing illustrations culled from around the web. Our favorite, Android meets Bioshock’s Big Daddy.
In this video from RoboGames 2010, we get to see robotic foes taking each other down, sparks and metal flying everywhere – in glorious 300fps slow-motion – courtesy of Casio’s EX-F1 digicam.
We’re not sure about the shoe-like footprint of the Audi EXO car when viewed from above. Andrea Mocellin’s “human-powered exoskeleton” vehicle might help Fred Flintstone’s aching feet.
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