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  • January 17, 2011
    Movies: first they were black & white, silent and 2-D. Now they're color, Dolby Digital and 3-D. But still odorless. Enter the ScentSciences machine, a $70 smell-wafter that releases odors to coincide with movies that've been edited with their ScentEditor software. Eh. Ca... / Continue →
  • May 5, 2009
    Born without ears? Lose them in a samurai sword fight? Whatever the case, for those of you who have found yourself both aurally and ocularly challenged, you may want to consider pierced glasses. Pierced glasses are a pair of prescription eyeglasses that stay affixed to your ... / Continue →
  • April 6, 2009
    Normally I'm an airplane glue kind of guy, but hey, chocolate could be good. Good mixed with airplane glue! That's what I'm talkin' about -- double fist style! Anyway, Le Whif breathable chocolates are supposed to give you the same sensations as eating chocolate, but probabl... / Continue →
  • March 26, 2009
    The 'Endless Beer' keychain is a little keychain that gives sad alcoholics everywhere the sensation of opening the same empty beer can over and over. Because honestly, what's more fun than disappointment (besides getting hit in the nuts by the space shuttle)? Available in Jun... / Continue →
  • September 12, 2008
    The Sensory Deprivation Skull is a little room you climb into when your wife won't stop nagging you about "cutting the grass" and "getting a job". It effectively blocks out light and wife-banter and will eventually make you go crazy and possibly even masturbate to vivid halluc... / Continue →
  • March 10, 2008
    George Koussouros is a freelance inventor, and he developed the KissPhone. The KissPhone detects percussion speed, pressure, temperature, and sucking force of the lips, when you kiss it. An artificial mouth on the KissPhone receptor can reproduces same parameters. So the cu... / Continue →
  • December 18, 2007
    This conceptual Sony television was designed to excite all the senses instead of just vision. The idea is that you can hold the creepy little thing in your hand and since it's covered with fabric that'll do something to titillate the sense of touch (which it won’t). The audio... / Continue →