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December 3, 2006 - December 9, 2006 Archives

  • December 8, 2006
    I dunno if you'd actually call it an innovation, but the thing it does with the screen is pretty cool. And if they extend it even further they might finally reach that giraffe demographic they've been missing for so long. A few more shots of the Flybook VM in action after the ... / Continue →
  • December 8, 2006
    Whether or not you believe in UFO's you'll find this collection of 348 images interesting to look at. Or maybe you won't. What, you think you're better than me?... / Continue →
  • December 8, 2006
    I've caught bigger. But only with my trustee bazooka.... / Continue →
  • December 7, 2006
    This guy hurled his Wii remote with such inhuman fury that he actually pierced his TV. I hear in his spare time he also likes to bench press trains and juggle refrigerators.... / Continue →
  • December 7, 2006
    This is only amusing if you know who Leeroy Jenkins is. Otherwise it may very well be the dumbest thing you've ever seen.... / Continue →
  • December 6, 2006
    Your USB hub not creepy enough? Then get the LaCie Huby which turns all your USB cables into a single bundle of tentacled creepiness. Although personally I prefer to use my current USB hub: a live octopus. It doesn't work so well, but boy does it look cool.... / Continue →
  • December 5, 2006
    For those of you who think your kitchen doesn't look enough like a spaceship, the Italian company Sheer has developed this crazy looking kitchen island. The top lifts up to reveal the cooking surface and sink, and with a few modifications you could probably get it to teleport t... / Continue →
  • December 5, 2006
    Stain is a set of a teacups designed to improve through use. This project examines the assumption that use is damaging to a product (For example, scratches on an iPod). The interior surface of the cup is treated so as to stain more in predetermined places. The more the cups ar... / Continue →
  • December 4, 2006
    I could escape through a 1 inch hole too if I didn't have all these pesky bones.... / Continue →
  • December 4, 2006
    The National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) and Kobe University have jointly developed a thin-panel type device, which forms 3D images in the air. "This device renders transparent, reflected images. Unlike holography, the device needs no special o... / Continue →