This Portal Denial System was created by Ionatron and uses a laser-induced plasma channel to electrocute anybody that steps in its path. It fires a laser across an opening to create a conductive stream of plasma which acts as a virtual wire. Because the plasma is conductive, it can be used to fire a lethal or "less lethal" shot of electricity, electrocuting anybody that crosses the beam. Unfortunately, this thing is only authorized for sale to the US government. It's almost as if they don't trust people to install these things in their homes. Hey, I almost got my VCR working, so I'm pretty sure I can handle something as simple as an electrified laser beam. C'mon now!
This is a modified satelite-guided bomb which releases thousands of darts carrying the chemical DETA that's meant to take out mines. The Venom dart can go through ten to twelve feet of water or two feet of sand and still retain its effectiveness. Although I'm not entirely sure ... / Continue →
If you ever find yourself needing to sneak a knife pass a metal detector, this is a knife that has no metal parts. The handle is made from bone and the blade is made from an artificial sapphire that can only be sharpened with special diamond whetstone. I don't understand why an... / Continue →
Seen here looking straight out of a Skymall catalog, this is the $32 BB Tech Screen Cleaning Throw blanket. It's a blanket with a microfiber edge on one side for wiping gadget screens because, you know, this is the world we live in. You laugh now, but your parents just ordere... / Continue →