Lamp Works Without Touching, Clapping

The Airswitch Lamp works without ever having to touch it. You just swipe your hand over it and it turns on and off. You place your hand...
October 5, 2007

Swoop Scooper Better Than Bare Hands

The swoop is a new take on an old problem -- picking up dog shit. You attach one of the special elastic bags, and it's spring loaded...
October 5, 2007

D3O Protects Head/Knees From Snow Shovel

D3O Lab has developed D3O, a "specially engineered material with intelligent molecules that flow with you as you move but on shock lock together to absorb impact...
October 5, 2007

Kyokusen Watch Tells Time, Somehow

I love the watches at Tokyoflash, because I really appreciate a timepiece that is hard to read. The Kyoshen ($120) is surprisingly less confusing than many of...
October 5, 2007

More Remote Buttons = More Awesome

The Pultius remote was designed by Art Lebedev Studios with the idea of having a button for every channel on television. It's 20-inches long and has 102...
October 5, 2007

Apple Fan Pwns Microsoft Sign

An Apple fan was caught showing Bill and the rest of Microsoft what he/she thinks of the company. I use he/she because I've spent the better part...
October 4, 2007

Chair Is Opposite Of Humpty Dumpty

Max Dean and Raffaello D'Andrea have created a chair that breaks apart, and then puts itself back together again -- slooowly. The first part of the clip...
October 4, 2007

Multimedia Ring Box Pops The Question Why?

The Euricase Multimedia Ring Box costs $200 ($250 for gold or silver plated), and includes a tiny LCD screen and illuminated ring bed. You can upload a...
October 4, 2007

Finger Touching Turns Fingers To Buttons

Finger Touching, a device developed by Samsung, turns your fingers into the buttons on a cellphone, so you can text faster -- or at least on bigger...
October 4, 2007

Wire Lamborghini Is Slow, Must Be Pedaled

Sculptor Benedict Radcliffe and pedal car designer Ben Wilson showed off this wire Lamborghini at the Art Car Parade in Manchester last month. If you can't tell,...
October 4, 2007

Buy Your Own Moon, Hang It Anywhere!

A group of Russian designers have created and started manufacture of these moon shaped light boxes and sells them as 'Your Personal Moon'. I used to know...
October 3, 2007

Mario Brothers Air Fresheners Smell

Because one Mario Brothers related post just wasn't enough for today, come these two handsome bastards. They're Mario and Luigi car air fresheners! Okay, they're air fresheners...
October 3, 2007

Gun Mice Are Awesome, Wear You Out

When I first saw this mouse I thought it was a great idea, and I still do, but it needs to be improved slightly. It's awesome to...
October 3, 2007

Replug Prevents Unsafe Pull Out

Replug protects your audio devices by preventing the cord from being ripped out at awkward angles. It consists of a 3.5mm audio jack that plugs into your...
October 3, 2007

Mario Mushroom Lamps Lack Power-Ups

Brando.com.hk is selling these mushroom lamps, which resemble the shrooms from Mario Brothers. They're powered by 4 AA batteries, and their illumination comes from 2 white LEDs....
October 3, 2007

New Sony Display Is Thinner Than Hell

Sony had their new XEL-1 OLED TV on display recently at CEATEC, a Japanese consumer electronics show. Now I'm not one to jump to conclusions or anything,...
October 3, 2007

Ex-Time Watch Projects Time On Arm

The Ex-Time Watch, a conceptual watch by Rong Yong, projects the current time and date onto your arm/hand with the push of a button. So when someone...
October 2, 2007

Bike Mowers Are Awesome, Cut Grass

I don't know what rock I was living under when this trend started but bike-mower hybrids look like they're really catching on. You take a shitty ass...
October 2, 2007

Numeric Keypad + Mouse = Numeric Mouse!

I work almost exclusively from the john, so my computing is typically done via a laptop perched on the sink. Well my little laptop doesn't have a...
October 2, 2007

NYPD's New License Plate Readers

The New York Police Department is currently testing a camera that can read license plates and then transmit that information to a database to search for matches....
October 2, 2007

Time Machine: World's First Computer Mouse

Proving that things were way cooler back in the day, is the world's first computer mouse. Made by Douglas Engelbart in 1964, it "consisted of two gear-wheels...
October 2, 2007

Make The Whole Ocean Your Aquarium

The Jelly-fish 45 habitat is like a cross between a house and a boat. Which would make it a houseboat, except the damn thing doesn't go anywhere...
October 2, 2007

Expensive Bathtub Reminds Me Of Pipe

Can't tell what you're looking at? It's a $26,000 bathtub from artist Tetsuya Nakamura. It reminds me of a pipe I used to have. My grandmother found...
October 2, 2007

USB Whac-A-Mole Doesn't Relieve Stress

The USB stress relieving Whac-A-Mole ripoff, "Whack It" plays just like the original you used to play at Chuck E. Cheese's or local arcade, except that it's...
October 1, 2007

Vibro-Exerciser Machine Looks Questionable

Carl Lewis, a man best known for running fast as hell and winning 9 Olympic gold medals, has created a new piece of exercise equipment. The Vibro-Exerciser...
October 1, 2007

Man Has Death Wish, Does 130.7 On Bike

Markus Stoeckl broke the World Speed Record for mountain bikes, topping out at 130.7 mph. Down a mountain. In the snow. "The super speed antics took place...
October 1, 2007

Robo-Frogs Are Coming, Will Kill Us All

Researchers at the University of Tokyo have developed Mowgli, the scary jumping robot frog. He's scary. He jumps. He's robotic. He will kill us all. He can...
October 1, 2007

Pet Fanatic Cramped For Space

Apparently some pet fanatic who lives in a very small apartment decided to conserve space by combining two pet habitats in one. The birds live in an...
October 1, 2007