Coming out of USC’s Interactive Media unit, The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom is like Braid on crack. If you’ve ever wanted to literally kick your own ass, you can do it here.
For those who can never have enough megapixels, the Phase One 645 camera packs a hefty 60 MP; the professional-grade camera will work with glass from Leica, Mamiya and Hartblei.
Forget the iPhone–if you really wanna turn heads, this heavily modded Motorola ROKR E6 transforms into a robot, yet still works! Check out the Taiwanese ad above to see it in action.
Robert Hodgin’s Solar video has already made several rounds on the interwebs, but it’s so amazing we’ll share it again. It’s cued to Goldfrapp’s “Lovely Head” and made with Processing.
We admit feature a lot of expensive watches, but we dig Fossil’s relatively affordable James Automatic watch for its high quality Citizen (Miyota) movement. Note: it’s pretty big.
Its hip, periodic table-style labeling aside, Walla Walla-base Waters Winery’s “Wines of Substance” is not bad for the price, with the Merlot and Chardonnay being surprisingly good.
Via Neatorama: These amazing war dioramas are mostly WW2 based but a few are from modern eras. One even seems to be a scene from the 80s time travel flick, The Final Countdown.
What’s better than one sweet pair of kicks? Why, two of course: Y-3’s Zipped Sneaker Boot features a futuristic black leather boot that unzips to reveal a pair of hightop sneakers inside.
Pardon our French, but holy crap–this 2 foot long model of The Nebuchadnezzar is part of a limited, Japan-only 7-disc set of The Matrix trilogy and actually serves as a DVD case.
This is not your standard YouTube video: this ad for Wario Land: Shake It is pure genius. We’ll leave out the details for you, but let’s just say your GUI elements don’t stand a chance.
Old school/80s fanatics will love Lasonic’s iPod boombox, usurping the cassette player with an iPod dock. It also has an SD/MMC card reader, AV output and runs on 10 D-sized batteries.
Just one look at the d20 dice we knew we had to have this Bag of Holding; big enough to hold a 17″ laptop, this grey canvas messenger bag has tons of compartments and pockets.
Joining Dell’s Hybrid today are the Studio Desktop (MT) and Slim (ST). Despite cool, black styling, the modest 350W and 250W PSUs make clear their mid-range intentions.
Although we like the Samsung X360’s slim lines, its 13.3″ screen was just a bit too small; thankfully, the X460 saves the day with a 14.1″ LED screen and weighs just over 4 lbs.
We were never big fans of Tron, but indie-developed Tank Universal gives those neon polygons a nice coat of glow paint with particle effects and 20 levels of tank-on-tank combat.
This limited edition Omega 007 Seamaster Diver watch is a spy’s wet dream, with 600m of water resistance, sapphire crystal cover and a dial styled after a Walther PPK pistol grip.
Above are the latest shots of BMW’s 2009 flagship 7 Series sedan, in advance of the Paris Motor Show. Although conservative, It’s starting to grow on us, especially without the Bangle butt.
DRMTM’s tees and hoodies have a distinctly urban flavor; based in Dusseldorf, Germany, we like the refreshing mix of Euro aesthetics, with bits of the 90s thrown in for good measure.
Drinkhacker has a review up of 10 Cane Rum; popular at bars, this rum is made from sugar juice. Not for straight shots, its versatile, smoky flavor is best mixed with cocktails.
The Skybar Wine Preservation System is like a kegger for crushed grapes, with three independently chilled chambers, separate pouring spouts and vacuum tech to preserve freshness.
The special edition FUCT X Zippo Lighter is tarnished by hand to give it an aged patina; it’s engraved with images from the Vietnam War period and is limited to a run of 200 pieces.
North Face’s Six Nations Hoodie pays homage to the nations of the six men who hiked across Antarctica in 1990; it features a slick, embossed tone-on-tone design with the national flags.
What do beryllium tweeters and electromagnetic woofers mean? A sky high price tag–but Grande Utopia EM speakers feature an adjustable design to get that elusive sweet spot.
The latest 14 megapixel point and shoot to join the fray, Sigma’s DP2 camera actually manages to squeeze in a DSLR sensor and lens that is equivalent to 41mm on a 35mm SLR.
Sebastian’s Voodoo is made by the highly talented Joaquin Baldwin, who studies at the UCLA Animation Workshop. Beautiful composition and plot make this a must see; watch hi-res here.
Made Products’ no-nonsense, zipperless Seattle Sling is an impact-resistant bag that also keeps dirt, dust, sand and water out; it’s targeted towards globe trekking photographers.
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