These mechanical watch movement cuff links are made from 20th century gears, levers, and jewels, and set in 18K gold. The watch innards were all taken from authentic vintage watches from the early to mid 20th century. Judging from their description I can't figure out if they're functional though. At $1,400 a set you'd expect them to be, but there's no face so they'd just be rotating openly on your sleeves. Which would be cool as hell, until you got your tie stuck in the gears and killed yourself. They'd find you dead on the ground, suffocated to death with your wrist stuck to your throat.
Designer Joo Youn Paek put together the Pillowig, which is exactly what it sounds like: a wig made out of a pillow. And contrary to popular belief, this is definitely 100% the most useful thing you will ever own.... / Continue →
The folks at MIT have developed a new space suit to allow greater mobility for astronauts called the BioSuit. They expect to have it ready for use in about ten years, and it would be invaluable for missions to someplace like Mars, where current spacesuits are just too bulky.
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Designer Philippe Starck put together the Veiled Watch which hides the face behind a specially electroplated crystal to mimic the breaks in the bracelet. The design creates the effect that the watch is just a continuous metal band. You can the watch for $150 off Fossil which th... / Continue →