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  • March 14, 2009
    Some guy went and modded a MacBook with a fully functional LCD screen in place of the traditional glowing Apple logo on the back. It's set up as a second monitor too so he can precisely control whatever appears on the thing. But mostly he uses it to display his webcam or iTun... / Continue →
  • March 4, 2009
    The Aquapeutics (now to be known as AquaPEWtics) luxury steam shower has everything a person could want, plus a whole bunch of other crap, and a $4,300 pricetag. This spaceship-worthy shower is loaded up with two handheld showers, a waterproof LCD TV, a radio, massage jets, a ... / Continue →
  • February 26, 2009
    It's never too early to start planning your next Halloween costume. In fact, I've got my costumes planned through 2016: Link, Link, Link, a Goron, a Zora, Link, a pirate, Dracula. Awh yeah, baby. But if you want to go as a guy with a wig on and a hole through his gut, go for... / Continue →
  • December 16, 2008
    I love the way he starts crying for his mommy and slapping the TV like that'll magically make the screen uncrack. Remember: they give you wrist straps for a reason -- they make pretty bracelets! What a Wiimote to the TV Actually Looks Like [gizmodo] Thanks to Julian, who doe... / Continue →
  • October 13, 2008
    The Sony Bravia ZX1 is not only 9.9mm thin, but "40% more efficient per panel inch compared to conventional flat panel technology" and allegedly uses less power than a light bulb. I'm not sure what kind of lightbulb, but probably not the 5-watt nightlight in the bathroom I use... / Continue →
  • July 15, 2008
    The gCubik is a little 10cm (~4 inch) cube designed by Japan's National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) that can display 3-D images via integrated imaging technology and its multiple sides. The NICT wants to significantly improve the display quali... / Continue →
  • June 11, 2008
    The HP DreamColor LP2480xz is a 24-inch LED backlit monitor that can display over a billion colors (~64x what a typical LCD monitor can do). Unfortunately they cost $3,499. But if you're an artist or someone who really values accurate color display, maybe it's the monitor for... / Continue →
  • May 7, 2008
    The Naturmobil is the brainchild of Dubai (you know, the United Arab Emirate that's always building crazy stuff) resident Abdolhadi Mirhejazi. It's a one-horsepower vehicle. Literally! Can you see the horse in there? He walks on that treadmill, which both powers the vehicle... / Continue →
  • April 11, 2008
    NapTV is a little stool with a flatscreen built into the underside you can lie underneath it and watch cartoons before your afternoon nap. It is pretty much the awesomest damn thing I've ever set my eyes on. I love how in the picture they show a kid sitting on top reading a b... / Continue →
  • April 11, 2008
    Sony's new line of E4000 LCD's were designed with wall aesthetics in mind. Sony's pushing its new Picture Frame Mode and four "blend in frame colors" hard as its looks to differentiate the 32- and 40-inch Full HD LCDs (and a wee 26 inch of unspecified, sub-1080p resolution) f... / Continue →
  • March 20, 2008
    You may have already seen this awesome television raising system before because it's been out for awhile, but if not, check it out. Made by MK-1 Studio, the system stores a 50" LCD or plasma television under the bed, and then whips it out for your viewing pleasure in 35 second... / Continue →
  • February 20, 2008
    Now I'm not saying this 7 ¾” X 3" pocket-sized Guitar Hero game isn't going to be any fun, it's just that, well, damnit, it's not. Okay maybe a little. For a minute. The questionable device has a number of songs from the first two video games and the neck of the guitar (w... / Continue →
  • December 3, 2007
    Typically I question the merit of racing/flight simulators, but the VRX Mach 4 actually seems legitimate. Granted it probably costs more than my house, but that's beside the point. It's powered by 4 Xbox 360's -- one for each of the 3 Sharp Aquos LCDs, and one for the 7" LCD ... / Continue →
  • October 31, 2007
    So these two guys dressed up as iPhones for some Halloween party, complete with LCD displays. LOL People on digg think we stole these displays from apple LOL. But we didn't it's just an LCD tv hooked into a video ipod. We edited the display video and cut out all the zoom out... / Continue →
  • October 18, 2007
    After years of development, Toshiba just unveiled their new circular LCD panels. They're approximately 2.5-inches in diameter, sport a 240 x 240 resolution (on the longest lines) and 600:1 contrast ratio. Toshiba believes they'll be utilized for instrument panels in vehicles,... / Continue →
  • October 18, 2007
    Acme, a company best known for selling a stupid coyote products that almost always kill him, unveiled a 3-LCD foldout "laptop" at Taiwan's Taitronics Autumn 2007 show. Each screen is 17", providing sufficient real estate for whatever your needs. It goes on sale next year, bu... / Continue →
  • October 17, 2007
    If you haven't seen this already it's a video made in South Korea for Samsung featuring 1,152 people coordinating their moves to make images (like a monster LCD screen). They're not using cards, but clothes with different colors to make the changes. It's pretty mesmerizing, p... / Continue →
  • October 4, 2007
    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 slide show with up to 500 pictures, or an hour of video, that starts playing when the box is opened. Hopefully you don't acc... / Continue →
  • September 25, 2007
    Huge flatscreens are okay for watching movies and all, but who needs a movie when you can have slowly rotating colors? For $25 you can pick up the Color Light DVD from Charles & Marie, and then drive off a cliff for being stupid. This DVD softly rotates through a series of ... / Continue →
  • September 21, 2007
    Enon is a robot created by Fujitsu that meets visitors to Kyotaro Nishimura's museum and then guides them through the exhibits. It uses arm gestures and a chest embedded LCD screen to get the job done, along with a robotic voice. The company plans to roll other service robots... / Continue →