Note Toaster Burns Your Bread

The Note Toaster, designed by Sasha Tseng, is a toaster that will burn reminders into your breakfast. Using a stylus, you write on the top, and then...
September 7, 2007

Drumpants Are Drums In Your Pants!

Odbol (Tyler Freeman), a guy who looks like he's playing with himself where ever he goes, has made a pair of drumpants. Drumpants are pants that have...
September 7, 2007

Computer Themed Cupcakes A Party Hit!

Cakes By 2 Moms made these delicious looking cupcakes, each featuring an Apple or computer themed icon. They look tasty as hell, but aren't apple flavored (which...
September 7, 2007

Very Large LED Screen in Beijing

A 250 meter x 30 meter LED screen was installed in Beijing as a centerpiece for The Place, which is a shopping mall located in the business...
September 7, 2007

Grenade Alarm Clock Is Not Explosive

No matter how hard I try I always wake up in the morning. I'm getting tired (!) of it. Because leaving the bed sucks, I try to...
September 7, 2007

Keys Find Remote, Remote Finds Keys!

So those crazy folks at Skymall are selling an invention that might actually be useful, unlike, well, most of their stuff, including this thing. It's a keyring...
September 6, 2007

Keep Your Fruit Fresh And Unblemished

I can tell you want one already, even without being entirely sure what it is. Well that's understandable, I was the same way when I first saw...
September 6, 2007

Sony's Bio Battery Runs On Sugar

Sony has unveiled a prototype battery that generates electricity from sugar. The model displayed generates approximately 50 milliwatts from the four 1.5" cells, enough to power a...
September 6, 2007

Sweetest Cell Phone Mod Ever!

A mystery person has modded a Motorola ROKR into a freaking transforming robot. And apparently the whole thing still works making calls and taking pictures, etc.! I...
September 6, 2007

Bomb Proof Speed Camera

Currently in use in Holland, Peek Traffic's IDEE, or Innovative Digital Enforcement Environment, is designed to capture speeders using both radar technology, as well as induction loops...
September 6, 2007

Spaceport America to Open in 2010

Spaceport America is scheduled to open in 2010, and this is the final design. Located in New Mexico, it's to be 100,000 square feet and cost about...
September 5, 2007

Real Life Simpsons House

Fox and Pepsi got together and constructed a real life Simpsons house, then gave it away to the lucky winner of some contest. Sure it happened nearly...
September 5, 2007

Pirate Vs. Ninja Batteries

Think Geek has come out with both pirate and ninja batteries, because, well, when it comes to powering electronics, sometimes a stupid bunny just doesn't cut it....
September 5, 2007

Spy Sunglasses With Digital Recorder

Sure spy sunglasses have existed for awhile (I've been using mine for several years), but now they're available in styles beyond the traditional black "yes there is...
September 5, 2007

Laptop Fire Case Study 2

Well I'm sure you all fondly remember the first laptop case study, teaching us what not to do in case of an electronics fire. Well here is...
September 5, 2007

Fan Blades For Batman/Dragon Fans

Etsy has designed blades for ceiling fans that look like bat wings, or dragon wings if bats don't do it for you. They come in sets of...
September 5, 2007

Personal UFOs Now Available

You may have seen this video already, but I'm here to announce that the vehicle featured, the Moller M200X is to be available before the end of...
September 4, 2007

German Pants Have iPod Controls

These suede German lederhosen have integrated iPod controls beneath one of the pockets. The MP3 player is integrated into the pants as well, but where is a...
September 4, 2007

Sony's Rolly An Egg Shaped Media Player

What is that blurry egg shaped thing in the video you ask? Well apparently that's Sony's new media player, the Rolly. When I first saw it I...
September 4, 2007

Sticky Lights Are Lights That Are Sticky

Sticky Lights, created by Chris Kabel for Droog Design, are light bulbs in a plastic case that, uh, stick to walls. They cost $27 per unit, and...
September 4, 2007

Man Makes Escher's "Relativity" with LEGOs

Andrew Lipson, a LEGO building genius, has recreated M.C. Escher's "Relativity" with LEGOs. It looks damn good, and I think it is safe to say that he...
September 4, 2007

My Private Sky Plates

If you have more money than you know what to do with, then the guys at Kram/Weisshaar can help you get rid of some. For an undisclosed...
September 4, 2007

Solar Powered Water Purification

Designers Alberto Medo and Francisco Gomez Paz have developed solar powered purification bottles, cleverly named Solar Bottles. They hold over a gallon of water, and take about...
September 3, 2007

Coffee Table Arcade Game

The Surface Tension Contemporary Arcade Coffee Table is a coffee table with a monitor under the glass and fold out video game controls. It's actually just a...
September 3, 2007