The Cerevellum Rearview Monitor is a rearview monitor you mount to the handlebars of your bike. It's headed to production soon and will sell for $200. It comes with a camera you can mount anywhere and features "a 3.5-inch screen and a 4-hour battery life, along with 32MB of storage for workout data and four USB ports for expansion modules." Sweet, expansion modules. I got a look at some of them and they're what you'd expect. A GPS module, a heart rate monitor, and one that calls 911 after you slam into a truck because you weren't paying attention to the road.
Cerevellum bike rearview monitor might be a little overkill [engadget]
This is a commercial for LG's new 21:9 UltraWide monitor that's allegedly so lifelike that if it plays a video of some chicks looking at you while you're trying to pee it makes it super hard to open your floodgates. Presumably the guys all knew they were being filmed because r... / Continue →
This is a pair of deer antler bicycle handlebars designed by Taylor Simpson. Granted there's no brake attachment, but let's not kid ourselves, if you've got a pair of deer antler bicycle handlebars you're a hipster and riding a fixie anyways. That said, I just switched out my... / Continue →
This is the Fliz bike. Unlike traditional bikes, it doesn't have pedals. You hang suspended from the frame above and run. Or walk. Or speed down steep hills pretending you're Superman. I'm a bird, I'm a plane, I'm going to die. I have no clue if the bike is even practical... / Continue →