Kids, Shopping Cart Hero is actually a sophisticated physics teaching tool. That, and it lets you launch a rocket-powered cart with three of your buddies inside while you do a superman.
There are better ways to glow in the dark, but Dr. K’s Chemistry t-shirt shows that there’s nothing a radioactive cocktail can’t fix; an included collector’s card tells the story behind the tee.
Take the best parts of dirt biking and snowmobiling, and you’ve got 2Moto’s RadiX; the 2-3 hour conversion kit lets you carve powder with up to 350hp and speeds over 90 mph.
Produced to Eddie’s exact specs, the EVH Wolfgang Electric Guitar is the result of two years of R&D and testing; it’s identical to the Wolfgang guitars he records and performs with.
We woulda killed to have one of these Edge Robotic Arms as a kid; when assembled this solder-less DIY kit results in a five-axis arm with an LED-lit gripper that can lift up to 100g.
Available this March, J.FOLD’s Spring/Summer ’09 Collection is definitely a maturation of the brand; look for weathered fabrics, rustic patinas, earthy colors and metal hardware.
If Vader was Luke’s father, R2Steam2 is R2D2’s old man; this steampunk’d version of a Hasbro toy is fitted with two steam engines, a Cheddar boiler, brass accents and pressure gauges.
Billy May and Mozilla Labs want to develop a concept Mozilla Phone, and they need your help; the OLED Blackberry is just one of his concepts, but you can submit your own here.
We’re a little late for the Flight of the Conchords train, but this Sugalumps excerpt from the second season has us sold – this, despite the plethora of dude’s rumps and other unmentionables.
The Ultimate Aero EV’s little bro, the Mission One EV aims to be the world’s fastest electric bike; it’ll top out at 150 mph and sports a 150 mile range, CVT and 2 hour charge time.
Andy Warhol’s iconography gets Imperial with The Vader Project, a collection of 100 custom fiberglass Vader helmets by street artists including Frank Kozik, Marc Ecko and Dalek.
Ultra-lux classifieds site JamesList is a boon for watch lovers; this Zenith Zero-G Watch is a relative bargain at over $100k off list price and features a tourbillon in a gyroscopic housing.
Samsung’s Memoir is now official, courtesy of T-Mobile; rumored to be available this month, it features a full touch screen with TouchWiz UI, 8 MP camera with Xenon flash and 3G speeds.
Regal Clothing Co. is known for their in-your-face apparel, but this Guitar Hero Pick tee is probably one of their tamer pieces; it comes with a free Air Guitar (wink wink, nudge nudge).
While the cinematic and gameplay trailers were nothing short of awesome, this narrated GTTV preview for White Knight helps to fill in the blanks for the upcomingPS3 exclusive RPG.
If you’ve got buddies in the Armed Forces, this Samson Field Survivor may just be a life saver; it’s a multi-tool system for servicing AR15 or M16 rifles that slides right into the pistol grip.
You might not be rockin’ like Jimi Hendrix, Slash or Van Halen anytime soon, but this Maestro Guitar Aid concept employs training lasers to help beginners get acquainted with their axe.
New for 2009, Brixton’s Busker II is a flat crown cap which has been slightly rounded over the original; though called a military cap, Buskers are actually street performers (think organ grinders).
It’s been called Unreal Tournament Lite, but CellFactor: Psychokinetic Wars is worth a look with a seemingly endless array of psionic abilities; it’s coming to XBLA and PSN this month.
Part skate sneaker, part boat shoe, Vans’ Zapato Del Barco is an bold, upscale take on their typical vulcanized outsole styling with a leather and suede panelled upper, and metal eyelets.
Joe Mackenzie’s HAL Project website is a shrine to everyone’s favorite neurotic AI and includes a creepy HAL 9000 simulator–just be sure to turn on Lux Aeterna while you’re browsing.
They sound like an odd couple, but Garmin and Asus are partnering on the nuvifone G60, a navi-focused cellphone which will feature 3.5G speeds, a Webkit-browser and a touchscreen.
In addition to card decks like Propaganda, we didn’t realize theory11 also has a library of magic tricks; their latest is called BLIND by danielMadison, a prediction plot with two different decks.
Not just piling on megapixels, Fujitsu’s F200EXR features a smart 12 MP CCD sensor that can switch to low-light and high dynamic range (HDR) modes; it maxes out ISO 12800 at 3 MP.
We’ve previously featured Chicara Nagata’s amazing hand-crafted art bikes, but this 6 minute short film by Current sheds more light on his past, his methods and his future plans.
If your ears perk up for one-of-a-kind gear, iFrogz’ NervePipe headphones come in an amazing 7,260+ color combinations — and that doesn’t include the artwork for earpiece covers.
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