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  • February 2, 2015
    This is the Critical Hit LED Dice Set available from ThinkGeek ($25). The set comes with d10, d12 and d20 dice that light up when you roll the highest number possible. Allegedly they did their best to make sure the dice are weighted properly, although I have my doubts. Perso... / Continue →
  • August 15, 2014
    This is the House of Mamba, a full-size basketball court built by Nike in Shanghai. The court comes complete "with motion-tracking and reactive LED visualisation technology built into the floor to help American star Kobe Bryant teach his moves to young players in Shanghai." P... / Continue →
  • October 24, 2013
    This is a toddler's Halloween costume made out of a couple strings of LED lights. It makes them look like a little walking stickman. I love the way the kid in the video wobbles around. It's like they don't really have full control of their limbs yet. "THEY'RE A TODDLER." S... / Continue →
  • June 24, 2013
    This is the Heineken Ignite bottle coming out in a couple months. It's a regular beer bottle with a plastic base and LED inside that lights up in rythym to music and when you cheers someone or take a sip. You know, because we need beer bottles that do that. Fingers crossed t... / Continue →
  • April 17, 2012
    This is the Phillips' latest award-winning LED light bulb, a 10-watter that produces the light equivalent (and warm glow) of a 60-watt incandescent and is rated to last 20-years at 4-hours/use a day. Will we even be using light bulbs in 20 years? No, we will not. The world i... / Continue →
  • January 27, 2010
    This is a taxidermied mouse with a flash drive wedged up its ass. It reminds me spying days when I made off with a bunch of top secret files from the Pentagon. Except that wasn't a flash drive, it was a stack of 5¼-inch floppies. And let me tell you: based on the way I was... / Continue →
  • January 24, 2010
    This is a video of a movement-tracking interactive LED wall in Montreal, Canada. It was a joint project created by Moment Factory and PHOTONIC Dreams and utilizes the latest in seizure inducing technologies. Including, and virtually limited to: bright blinking lights. Still,... / Continue →
  • November 13, 2009
    Just to let this chick know that her LED wedding dress doesn't hold a lumen to a REAL LED dress, somebody went and created the GalaxyDress, which is being touted as the world's biggest LED-covered dress. Yay? Hip hop hooray? Ho -- hey -- ho. I'M NAUGHTY BY NATURE! The Gala... / Continue →
  • August 26, 2009
    The ElectraPour LED bottle top was designed to light up the stream of fire-water pouring from a bottle so that when you're home alone drinking in the dark you don't miss your glass (read: man up and drink from the bottle like a normal damn person). Each top will set you back $... / Continue →
  • April 21, 2009
    Rob Spence has had eye problems since a shooting accident at 13. Now 36, Rob had the eye removed three years ago and decided he wants a video camera in it's place. Only problem: getting a video camera in its place. Thus far, they've built devices that create wireless NTSC si... / Continue →
  • April 13, 2009
    The Bulbdial clock is like a sundial except, instead of the sun, it uses little LEDs to cast shadows from the timepiece's center spoke. Impressively, it casts three different shadows to correspond to the hours, minutes and seconds. It achieves this feat by having three tiers ... / Continue →
  • April 8, 2009
    The $21 LED message mouse has an LED laden fan in it that spins around and displays whatever barely decipherable message you want, while at the same time keeping your hand sweat-free during a particularly intense "gaming" (read: fapping) session. Granted, you won't be able to ... / Continue →
  • January 28, 2009
    These $40 Light Saber Umbrellas are the first to combine the coolness of staying dry when it's raining with the incredible sadness of wielding a nonfunctional lightsaber out in public. That said, I take mine everywhere. Wow, is it just me or is it raining lady-killer in here?... / Continue →
  • December 30, 2008
    The Flashlight Nozzle is a garden hose attachment with an integrated LED flashlight that runs off 2 AA batteries. You know, so you can water your grass at night. Perfect for vampires, insomniacs, and rogue pot farmers, the botanical blaster will set you back a paltry $12.50. ... / Continue →
  • December 23, 2008
    I vow to be the guy who puts up the ridiculous Christmas lights every year. But no inflatable decorations. Those things are freaking classless. Unless you have them in your yard, in which case, good looking. But we're talking lights here. We're talking serious exterior ill... / Continue →
  • December 11, 2008
    I don't have much more info on these pictures except they were made by Picasa user magnus mouse using LEDs and lasers with a really long exposure. Just like they used to do in the olden days except with a flashlight or a sparkler. So yeah, a laser + long exposure = cool effec... / Continue →
  • December 2, 2008
    Another day, another dollar. And also, a sweet new watch from Tokyoflash. The Ni is Tokyoflash's latest wristwear, straight from the streets of Japan (but not the subway -- no groping here folks). Made entirely from stainless steel with a polished finish, Ni features crisp... / Continue →
  • November 11, 2008
    Tokyoflash is back at it, this time with their new Fire design. Created from a fusion of plastics carefully wrapped around a solid, seamless sheet of highly polished stainless steel, Tokyoflash Fire features a new formation of multi-colored LEDs and is a lightweight design, ... / Continue →
  • October 30, 2008
    Just in time for Halloween comes a DIY article on how to stuff an LED into a LEGO minifig's carved out head. It isn't too complicated, so if you have some LEDs lying around you could make a pretty sweet LEGO Halloween diorama tonight and be ready for tomorrow. And, honestly, ... / Continue →
  • September 15, 2008
    This homebrew LED coffee table is packing 65 microcontrollers and 4,092 LEDs. Why? So you can play 4-person co-op Pong of course. Note: That's a mirror under the table and not a secret passage to Wiretown. We'd seen designs with interactive LEDs that responded to objects on... / Continue →