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Magic Backpack Can See Through Walls

The Prism 200c is a bookbag designed by James Bond's Q Cambridge Consultants that can see through walls. All you have to do is lean against a...
May 3, 2011

Not As Cool As Geekologie, But Nakeder

Geckology. Not exactly Geekologie, but hey, there's some side-boob action so I'll take it. And for those of you who care, this particular specimen happens to be...
April 21, 2009

For Sale: Star Trek Bridge Wall Murals

Want to add some oldschool Star Trek flair to your bedroom? How about a $187 wall mural depicting the command bridge from the original series? Not too...
April 7, 2009

Light Up And Wall Out: Fiber Optic Wallpaper

We've seen light-emitting wallpaper in the past, but that was just conceptual. This fiber optic wallpaper is actually available. Like today, if you have $231 to blow...
November 13, 2008

Cool!: New Phone Can See Through Walls

Apparently software developers are working on a cell phone application that can "see" through walls. The 'Real Space See-through Mobile' software comes from KDDI's R&D laboratory and...
October 2, 2008

Wicked Case Mod: Computers As Wall Art

Designer Fredrik Perman decided to jazz up the lobby of his new office with a little custom built computer casage. There are actually six computers in the...
September 26, 2008

Whee!: Toy Car Runs On Walls, Ceilings

The Air Hog Zero Gravity R/C isn't zero gravity or radio controlled. But it does stick to walls thanks to the vacuum it creates via a little...
September 9, 2008

Uh-Oh: Robot Can Climb Almost Any Surface

Similar to this climbing robot, but 100% absolutely nothing like it, comes this agile bastard. The as-yet-unnamed robot uses electro-adhesion to cling to the wall, generating electrostatic...
May 21, 2008

Space Invaders Decals A Hit With, Well, Me

So Space Invaders is celebrating its 30th anniversary and there's a new game coming out. Now what better way (besides getting a themed tattoo and legally changing...
April 24, 2008

See Through Walls: 'Lobster Vision' Camera

The LEXID (Lobster-Eye X-ray Inspection Device) is a new camera made by Physical Optics Corporation of Torrance, California. It works in the same way that a lobster's...
December 21, 2007