The Antec Skeleton PC case takes care of ventilation by stripping out most of the walls and slapping a 250mm fan on top; in total, there’s room for 7 expansion slots and 4 drive bays.
Made for Alpine skiers, POC’s line of “sports armor” is patterned after insect exoskeletons. Pieces read like a medieval shopping list, with protection for the torso, spine and loin.
Crispin Jones’ latest watch, The Average Day, shows a typical daily routine with a literal twist; the moebius-style loop displays AM activities on the outside and PM on the inside.
Now available for preorder: Iron Man Mark II is the unpainted, pure metallic version of Tony Stark’s vigilante alter ego and boy does it look hot. And yes, it comes with the repulsor hand.
Waste not, want a lot: other than the glass tabletop, Formtank’s 3Fold Desk is created from a single sheet of powder-coated steel. Check out this animation to see how it was made.
Not quite a DSLR yet not quite a point and shoot, Panasonic’s 12.1MP Lumix DMC-G1 uses a micro four thirds system that loses the mirror and prism but allows for swappable lens.
Causecast.org is like YouTube for social causes, with videos and pitches for everything from human rights to the environment; above is Jenny McCarthy speaking for autism.
Launching today in the US, these Air Jordan I Retro Olympic sneakers are inspired by the ’92 Barcelona Dream Team. We’re digging the gold embroidery and straight-up classic styling.
We’re really digging Disturbia Clothing’s satirical t-shirts. They take pop culture references and symbols and turn them on their head, sort of like a grittier version of Andy Warhol.
Using a motion sensor a-la-Wii, the Fitbit tracker can monitor your exercise levels and the quality of your sleep. The portable clip-on form factor and Wi-Fi syncing are tres cool, too.
LG’s Lotus is like a cellphone-ized version of the last gen Nano, with a squat clamshell design, full keyboard, 2MP camera and stereo bluetooth. It’ll be available with Sprint in October.
Coming this January: Max Factory will be releasing this sweet Scopedog unit from the Japanese anime series, Armored Trooper VOTOMS. Check out all those hands and attachments!
Shakerboys is a hypnotic video by West London based artists Viewmanoid that makes you want to take the day off and chill; it’d be perfect as an iTunes Visualizer plugin.
We’re really feeling the slick, two-toned semi-organic style of these All Mountain boots by Oakley. They’re waterproof and made with a full grain leather and microfiber upper.
Warning: the trailer above is LOUD. Somewhat like R-Type on steroids, Soldner-X is a 1080p side scrolling shooter by EastAsiaSoft. Available for the PC, a PS3 version is coming soon.
ACRYLICK’s My Choice t-shirt has a “make music, not war” message that we dig. We like the way they’ve bastardized weapons and blended them with saxes, axes, mics and drumsets.
Asus’ Eee PC 901 has dropped by $100, from $600 to $500; we suspect it’s due to competition from other netbooks, including Dell’s Inspiron Mini 9 and the Acer Inspire One.
Design You Trust has a collection of 84 retro-futuristic images available as a RAR file. They’re mostly collected from German magazines; several are perfect as desktop wallpapers.
The aptly named Three Minds Watch is a collaboration between three legendary watchmakers; it’s composed off three rotating discs (H, M, S) and limited to 33 pieces worldwide.
Boynq’s Wake-Up iPod Dock is uber-stylish, with three backlit LCDs for time, radio station and input channels. It also sports 3″ speakers and an equally stylish remote control.
Get your post apocalyptic fix with Wastelands: Stories of the Apocalypse, a collection of end of the world tales by Stephen King, Orson Scott Card and Boing Boing’s Cory Doctorow.
Mega construction-bot Devastator is confirmed for Transformers 2; he’ll be composed of seven different vehicles. We can only hope it looks like the rendering above by Josh Nizzi.
We’re used to car concepts being over the top, but this laser-projected globe for the Mini Crossover takes the cake: it’s basically a 3D navi system with a touchscreen interface.
Max Longin’s Float Bed is like a self-contained hammock, with the bed suspended via stainless steel ropes. Ecologically sound, the entire shipping case is actually used to build the bed.
Every Easter Sunday Eve, two rival churches in Vrondados, Greece engage in a “rocket war” with the aim to hit the other’s belltower; they use up to 80,000 fireworks in the display.
For luggage maker Globe-Trotter’s 110th anniversary, designer Ross Lovegrove has created onehundred&ten, a nearly indestructible carbon fiber and kevlar weave suitcase.
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