QWERKYWRITER | Typewriter-Inspired Mechanical Keyboard - We spend a lot of time on our digital devices and we should be able to express ourselves through them. Unfortunately it's all brushed aluminum these days. We at Qwerkytoys are about to shake things up with our first product, the Qwerkywriter. From Nony
Introducing the DJI Osmo - With the Osmo -a 4k, 3-axis stabilized handheld camera- DJI continues its spirit of innovation and imagination. The Osmo single-handedly erases shaky video, leaving only stunning imagery with smooth motion.
Light - Meet the world's first multi-aperture computational camera. The Light L16 Camera uses breakthrough optics design with the most advanced imaging engine ever created to give you the control of a DSLR with the convenience of a smartphone. With 16 individual cameras, 10 of them firing simultaneously, the L16 captures the detail of your shot at multiple fixed focal lengths. Then the images are computationally fused to create an incredible high-quality final image with up to 52 megapixel resolution. From Nony
In China, an Apple iPhone 6s is worth a sperm donation or a kidney - A man tried to sell one of his kidneys to pay for a new iPhone 6s earlier this week, but he might want to rethink that offer. A sperm bank affiliated with Shanghai Number 1 Hospital is offering the right candidates a new rose-gold iPhone 6s in return for nothing more than a simple sperm donation.
Azprick last seen taking plane to Shanghai! From Nony
Cereal Serving Head Crane Device | Dominic Wilcox - Kelloggâs challenged artist and designer Dominic Wilcox to make breakfast more interesting and fun for families and children going back to school in September. Over the course of 10 weeks he designed 7 inventions and prototypes from a robot spoon to a head worn cereal serving device. From Nony
Sinthetics - Sinthetics are each individually handmade by our talented team of professionals. You can feel confident knowing that all Sinthetics products have to pass rigorous inspections to meet our expectations of quality. Sinthetics will never become a mass-manufacturer of dolls; if we find that the production needs get too large we will lock down sales until such time as the production... From Nony
Japan Trend Shop | Pantsu Mask - The Japanese like to wear surgical masks when they have a cold or suffer from hay fever. But here's a design you certainly don't see much on the streets. The Pantsu Mask is literally meant to resemble a pair of panties, which you "wear" just like regular facial mask to keep germs from spreading. Handmade in cotton, the design is also reversible so you can wear stripes or polka-dots, depending on your mood. From Nony
Sonder E-Ink Keyboard - Homeli - This keyboard was created by Sonder Design and features keys with E-Ink displays that can change both appearance and function. The hardware design is clearly heavily based on Appleâs standard wireless keyboard, but perhaps falls short in terms of elegance. However Sonder is primarily a utilitarian device which can seamlessly transition between different keyboard layouts as you switch between different programs onscreen. From Nony
Techmoan - The Teac O'Cass is the Worst Idea Ever and it's brilliant - How do you like the link-bait headline? After seeing the Gizmodo review of the Tefifon go viral, it seems like it's all about having a catchy headline. I'm joking... but it did make me think how we are so quick to retrospectively judge the work of others whilst sitting at our keyboards eating cheesy puffs. From Nony
No Joke: New $2.50 Gadget Makes Batteries Last 8 Times Longer - It sounds too good to be true, but a new $2.50 gadget promises to bring your AA and C batteries back from the dead.
The Batteriser extends the life of your batteries up to 8x, the company says on its website.
You might be skeptical, but the Silicon Valley startup says its simply been able to take advantage of a well-known downside of standard batteries. From Popper
Dolfi washing device uses ultrasonic tech to clean clothes - Washing clothes is a simple matter when at home, but becomes more difficult or unnecessarily expensive when traveling. You might have resorted to washing a shirt or two in the sink in a moment of desperation, and with the Dolfi you'll largely repeat that process, only with one big difference: the inclusion of ultrasonic tech, which is delivered by a handheld device about the size and shape of a bar of soap. Clothes are promised to be clean after about half an hour, no agitation or scrubbing necessary. From Nony
Bigfoot Ornament - If there's one thing Bigfoot knows, it's how to use pine trees as camouflage. So, we recommend you hide this 6-1/4" tall glass Bigfoot Ornament on your Christmas tree and then have a contest to see who can find him first. You could even offer a prize for hunting Bigfoot. Beautifully sculpted to look like everyone's favorite hairy forest dweller, this Bigfoot ornament includes a string for hanging, but can also stand on its own. Perfect for all Bigfoot fans! From Nony
Phone store in China helps enlarge pockets for iPhone 6 Plus - The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus devices hit shelves today in mainland China, and buyers are lining up outside of telcos and Apple stores across the country. But one local carrier outlet is aiming to make its customersâ deep pockets even deeper. A photo going viral on Weibo depicts a tailor at a China Unicom branch in Shanghai adjusting pant pockets to accommodate the oversized iPhone 6 Plus. From Nony
Man Shoots Down Drone, Lawyers Scratch Their Heads - Shooting down a small drone is hard. But determining whether people should be allowed to do so may prove more difficult still. A man in New Jersey fired a shotgun at his neighbor's drone, and as the quadcopter crashed to the ground, the incident raised new legal challenges about when and if itâs okay to shoot a robot. From cw
Get bent: The shocking history of bent smartphones - Bend-Gate is slowly taking over the Internet this morning as Apple fans discover the startling fact that when pressure is applied to an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus frame, it bends just like every other smartphone ever made of metal. From Nony
Cuchini Camel Toe Pad ~ As Seen on Keeping Up With the Kardashians and The Doctors! : Beauty - The Cuchini is used to prevent and eliminate what is commonly known as Camel Toe. Camel toe is a very common wardrobe challenge for women and occurs as a result of wearing tight fitting clothing such as fitness apparel, pants, shorts or swimwear. The snugness of the fabric may result in the outline of the female anatomy taking on the unsightly appearance of the forefoot of a camel, thus the name, camel toe. From Nony
Japanese company creates the next generation adult dolls (25 Photos) - The Japanese have always been innovators when it comes to high speed low drag technology. Well this time, it seems they have outdone themselves by creating life-like sex dolls. These dolls are made of high quality silicon and look and feel realistic. How much do they cost you ask?? Well, right now the dutch wives (Japanese term for sex doll) currently run around 1000 Euro or 1,600 USD because they are so life like and can be easily customized to fit oneâs personal preference. From Nony
Toilet Paper Embossed with 24 Carat Gold Sells for $246 per Roll - At the Tissue Design workshop of Fritz Loibl in Grafenau, Germany, the production of gold embossed toilet papers change the way toilet papers are viewed. Each gold toilet paper roll is being sold worldwide at a cost of 179 euros or 246 U.S. dollars. From Nony
Man Hole Photo Circular Doormat - What a unique doormat this is! It will bring a little character to any house or floor area. A wonderful conversation piece, and good qualityâŠ. sure to please! From Nony
101 Gadgets That Changed the World - 101 Gadgets That Changed the World
It had to be something you could hold in your hands, mechanical or electronic, and a mass-produced personal item. The rest was up to the judges. From Popper
DVD Rewinder.com: Home of the fastest DVD Rewinder! - Never pay another DVD rewind fee again! Compatible with all disc formats: DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, CDR, CDRW, Audio CD, VCD. Multi-region, code-free rewinder capable of rewinding all 6 region DVD's including RCE/REA encoded discs. NOTE: this product is intended as a novelty. All disc and MP3 media are direct access and do not truly require "reqinding." However, it is very fun to hear the sounds, and watch the lights of this product. We have tested the DVD Rewinder with the next generation disc media including Blu-Rayź, and HD. The DVD Rewinder also works with Sony Playstationź, XBoxź, and other disc based console system media.
Furry Light Up Bra. Color Changing with LED%u2019s - There is a controller hidden in a side pocket.Choose what color you would like the bra to be form 20 different colors, using this controller.There are also 19 dynamic modes so your bra will change colors on it own. These modes include Fading, Flashing, Blinking and many more! You can even control the speed at which the colors change. From Nony
Human Leather Exclusive Products - Exquisite Wallets, Belts, Shoes - Human Leather is made from real full thickness human skin. Just like animal leather products, produced from lesser animals, our raw human skin is transformed into the finest grade human leather by using a traditional tanning process. However, human leather is the finest grain leather that is obtainable. It is free from defects and has the smallest grain size which makes it the smoothest, softest leather on Earth. From Nony
This Is the Most Awesomerest Feature in Apple iOS 7 - Redesign, schmedesign. Apple's designmeister Jony Ive can harp all he wants about harmonious grids, elegant typography and the holy essence of genius contained in Dieter Ram's underpants. But the fact is that the most oooh!-aaah! feature in his new iOS 7 is the parallax effect you can see in this animated GIF. It's like magic distilled from squeezed rainbow unicorn ponies sandwiched between glass and metal. From Nony
Durex app makes cybersex a real thing | News.com.au - IN creepy sex toy news, Durex has invented an app that lets people have cyber sex "with touch" over the internet.The company designed a pair of "fundaware", men and women's undies which are equipped with technology that mimics human touch and is controlled by the app. From Nony
Memoto - automatic lifelogging camera - The Memoto camera is a tiny camera and GPS that you clip on and wear. Itâs an entirely new kind of digital camera with no controls. Instead, it automatically takes photos as you go. The Memoto app then seamlessly and effortlessly organizes them for you. From Nony
Google Glass Tech Specs Revealed - Google has released the specifications for Google Glass, its upcoming wearable computing technology. Some things you may notice missing are the actual display resolution, the processor specs, network connectivity information, warranty details, and price. Nonetheless, here is what we know based on the post. Behold! The Google Glass tech specs: From Nony
Phantom Keystroker | Geeky Stuff - When you attach this cool little prank device to your victimâs USB port it will make a random mouse movements and it types out random weird text and phrases. You can even choose how would you like to annoy your victims, with keyboard garbage typing, caps lock-toggle, annoying mouse movements or all three. From Anawaram
Mini USB Powered Fridge | Geeky Stuff - How many times did you want that cold beverage while sitting at your computer but were too lazy to go and get it, or even worse how many times did you bring a can of soda and forgot about it until it warmed up? From Nony
The iPhone 5s Impossible Design Comes at a Very Real Price - When you hold the iPhone 5 it feels, frankly, unreal. It's lighter than it has any business being, it's thinner, it's smoother. Regardless of how you feel about Apple, its latest phone seems too good to be true.
Turns out, that's because it is. And the thousands of workers charged with fulfilling that impossible vision are breaking down under strain. From Popper
The Anti-Facebook Mask - t's no secret that Facebook (and the U.S. government and god-knows-who-else) use facial recognition technology to, among other things, scan uploaded images, spot bad guys in a crowd and help you tag photos from your last rager. Many people might be only dimly aware of this Facebook feature, but it's a default setting: If you don't want the company to use facial recognition technology on you, you can opt out. But how to escape the digital Eye of Sauron everywhere else? Well, there's this lovely mask, just in time for Halloween. From Nony
15 Real Sex Toys That Will Give You Nightmares - Back in 2008, I changed your life by listing off 25 of the most disturbing sex toys I could find on the Internet. A year later, I gave you 18 more, because I'm a giver, and because I desperately hoped someone would just hold me and tell me I could stop.
Remotes may disappear in new work order - The days of the humble television remote control are all but numbered, thanks to the new generation of "smart TVs" on the market. Some of the latest models spring to life with the voice command "TV on", others change channels with simple hand signals - and some super-smart TVs will even recognise the person standing in front of them.
While there's no doubt TV technology has evolved dramatically, the basic functionality of the standard-issue TV remote control has remained largely unchanged in almost 60 years, dating back to the first wireless model, the Zenith Flash-Matic, released by the Zenith Radio Corporation in 1955. From Popper
Privacy monitor hacked from an old LCD Monitor - Finally you can do something with that old LCD monitor you have in the garage.You can turn it into a privacy monitor! It looks all white to everybody except you, because you are wearing "magic" glasses! From Nony
Japanese Robot Never Loses Rock-Paper-Scissors - In the ongoing battle between man and robot, the robot seems to have the upper hand when it comes to the game rock-paper-scissors.
Researchers at the University of Tokyo have developed what amounts to a mechanical hand that is guaranteed to win the age-old game 100 percent of the time. From Popper
blink(1), the USB RGB LED by ThingM %u2014 Kickstarter - blink(1) is a super status light: it packs three dimensions of information (color, brightness and pattern) into a single tiny package that fits into any USB port on nearly every device. It makes it incredibly easy to connect any data source in the cloud or on your computer to a full-color RGB LED so you can know what's happening without checking any windows, going to any websites or typing any command.
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3-Fins custom mermaid tails. - Home - They are created to fit your unique size and include a comfortable, durable and sturdy custom made mono-fin. They are made to SWIM IN as the material used is top of the line swimsuit fabric. Colours currently available are: green, red, blue, orange and fushia-pink. Each of the fabrics are very sparkly and reflective, and look beautiful, when worn in and out of the water. Make a girls Mermaid dreams a reality with a gorgeous custom made tail. A special and unique gift that will bring happiness and fun times to all who wear it!
Sharp unveils 'world's biggest' LED TV - But with a 90-inch screen, Sharp may have just rolled out the biggest LED high-def television on the market. Despite all that, Sharp brags, the set is less than 5 inches thick and weighs 114 pounds. It could be yours for $10,999.99. Seriously. They tacked on the extra 99 cents. From Popper
Top 25 Crazy Old Inventions - We have revolutionized our livings and our standards to a great level through technology and innovation. Things adopted and created by scientists changed our lifestyles. Humans have always been ambitious in creating new things, we daily find hundreds of research work and inventions through out the world. Its the creativity in us gifted by God which doesnt let us sit idle. Looking in present is all what we have, thinking for future is what we humans have always been doing but lets have some time to Peek in past where we existed. Technology is an unstoppable beast which will keep growing and spreading. Faces will change but the inventors will always exist among us. We collected a bunch of technologies or implementation of technology in past. Have a look at the various such creations in past decades:
Top 10 Most Complicated Watches -
Top 10 Most Complicated Watches
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A watch might only tell time on the face but the beauty of it is really hidden away behind the dial. Sporting a complicated watch is a sure way to grab attention of those who know, but behind all the show off is elaborate and breathtaking work of engineering. Today, we take a look at 10 such ultra-complicated watches.
How NASA Solved a $100 Million Problem for Five Bucks - A few years ago, back when the Constellation Program was still alive, NASA engineers discovered that the Ares I rocket had a crucial flaw, one that could have jeopardized the entire project. They panicked. They plotted. They steeled themselves for the hundreds of millions of dollars it was going to take to make things right.And then they found out how to fix it for the cost of an extra value meal. From cw
kottke.org - home of fine hypertext products - Since Google released the video for their augmented reality glasses the other day, people have been busy making videos that show a more realistic (or cynical) portrayal of how the glasses might work. Here are a couple of the better ones. First a version of the glasses with Google ads:
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sOccket - This is a very cool idea, currently beyond "concept" and into mass production.
The sOccket harnesses the kinetic (motion) energy of the soccer ball during normal game play and stores it for later power needs. After play, small electrical appliances, like an LED lamp, can be plugged into the sOccket.
About 20% of the people in the world have no access to electricity; they can spend 10-30% of their resources on kerosene for fuel. The sOccket ball allows them to redeploy some of those funds. In addition, the ball is durable (3+ year lifespan), and replaces substitutes like the "ju-ju ball," made by tying plastic bags together. From X Isle
Double-barrel pistol reinvents the meaning of double tapping - Don't cry to us when the Mayan Apocalypse comes with a horde of brain-dead zombies because we'll just shake our heads at you for not stocking up on Arsenal Firearms' double barrel handgun that fires two bullets with every trigger pull. From cw
red dot online: design concept - AIRE is a mask that converts wind energy (provided by the wearer's breath) into electricity for the recharging of small electronic devices.The consumerist tendencies of todayâs industrialised society make the use of gadgets increasingly common, either by necessity or hobby. Though many of our gadgets offer benefits, they tend to consume a high amount of electrical energy. This may cause problems for the environment, especially if the energy used by these devices is derived from non-renewable sources.The use of renewable energy sources is the most important step we can take for the minimisation of environmental damage. Harnessing energy from human activities and transforming it into electrical energy is possible, and is a great solution to such energy issues.AIRE offers a way to do this. It is an electronic mask capable of converting the wind energy provided by the wearer's breath into electrical energy. Inside the unit there are small wind turbines that make the conversion and the energy is transferred through a cable to oneâs small electronic device.AIRE can be used in any situation, indoors or outdoors. It can be used while you sleep, walk, run, or read a book, for example. Besides saving energy (and contributing to environmental preservation), it also encourages the practice of physical exercise. Its energy is available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. From X Isle
A new, high-definition iPad from Apple - Apple rolled out a high-definition iPad on Wednesday with a faster processor, a better camera and a display screen that promises to be dramatically sharper than the current model, the iPad 2.
"It is amazing," Apple CEO Tim Cook said at a San Francisco unveiling. "We've taken it to a whole new level, and we are redefining the category that Apple created with the original iPad." From Popper
Shtox glass - YouTube - The Shtox glass is the only one in its kind whisky tumbler that can be set into spinning with a single movement of your hand. It can rotate around its axis on any smooth horizontal surface for about 20 seconds.
From X Isle
How to Build a Speech-Jamming Gun - Today, Kazutaka Kurihara at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology in Tskuba and Koji Tsukada at Ochanomizu University, both in Japan, present a radical solution: a speech-jamming device that forces recalcitrant speakers into submission. From cw
ThinkGeek :: Infectious Disease Stress Balls - People deal with stress in different ways. Some of us prefer shouting curse words. Others go out for a smoke. Still others head to the kitchen for a snack. All of these are bad habits, of course. We have a solution for the stress eaters of the world. From Nony
Motorcycle-Inspired Toilet - Plant your feet firmly on each side of toilet. Insert knees into the padded grooves of the contraption to support weight comfortably. Support your weight on the bottom half of your body and lean forward at a 45 degree angle. Rest elbows in a suitable position. Release. From Nony
ThisIsWhyImBroke.com - - ThisIsWhyImBroke is where you'll find cool gift ideas, unique products, and awesome birthday and christmas gift ideas. With hundreds of reasons to spend every penny you've got, ThisIsWhyImBroke features amazing products you can buy on the web. From Nony
Announcing the FLORA - Today weâre announcing our new open-source wearable electronics platform and series of accessories. We rarely announce something until itâs shipping to customers, but youâll see a lot of these out in the world from our testers as they show off some projects â so we wanted to post about this now. From Nony
wenger giant swiss army knife review - YouTube - this is the currently biggest swiss army knife made, its an wenger giant sak. its less for use but as a display or conversation piece, if you are interested in that sak please contact me. From Nony
Apples First iPhone Was Made in 1983 [PICS] - The first iPhone was actually dreamed up in 1983. Forget that silly old touchscreen, this iPhone was a landline with full, all-white handset and a built-in screen controlled with a stylus. From Popper
Carrier IQ Detector Released - Earlier this week we gave our take on Carrier IQ, the mobile network diagnostic tool that has seen an increasing amount of scrutiny recently. Since that time, we've heard from a number of our users that are increasingly concerned that their handsets may contain Carrier IQ's software. While there are a number of blogs that have posted instructions on how to detect and/or remove Carrier IQ software, these are largely technical in nature and difficult for the average user to follow From cw
Buy Holga iPhone Lens Filter Kit for iPhone 4 SLFT-IP4 Online - Holga have now decided to cast a little of the photography magic on the iPhone world with this awesome special effect lens kit. Simple to install this kit slips onto an iPhone 4 or 4S just like a case. But a case with a difference! Once fitted you now have access to 9 different and crazy special effects and filters without any software or app installed. Cunningly designed like an old school telephone just dial in your preferred special effect and behold the Holga craziness that follows! This Holga Kit is available in a choice of Red, Blue, White, Black or Silver. The full list of special effects/filters are listed below. From Nony
Ian Sample: Kindle makes for heavy reading - One of the original selling points of Amazon's Kindle was that the device weighed no more than the average paperback. In the brave new world of the e-reader, bibliophiles could load their gadgets with the complete works of Proust, Tolstoy and Dickens without fear of spraining their wrists on their way to work.So imagine the consternation among gadget fans when it emerged this week that the Kindle actually weighs more when it is fully loaded with books. From cw
Apple Employees May Have Illegally Impersonated Police Officers Looking For iPhone 5 Prototype - This oneâs nuts. Remember how there were no police reports about the missing iPhone 5 prototype, even though CNet reported that police offices had actually searched a manâs house looking for it? The guy whose home was searched in search of that lost iPhone 5 prototype says the officials werenât actually police officersâŠ they were Apple employees impersonating them. From cw
The Pentagon's 13,000 MPH Ride - While some in Washington may be focused today on stock market gyrations, defense geeks are glued to their computers for a different reason: the countdown to the launch of the Falcon Hypersonic Technology Vehicle 2, or HTV-2, an unmanned aircraft that could hit speeds of up to 13,000 miles per hour, fast enough to travel from New York to LA in 12 minutes. From Nony
Original Canned Air from Prague - The "AIR from PRAGUE" is becoming a very popular souvenir and gift from Prague, Czech republic. We are offering an original product, a middle-sized can filled with the spirit of the city, a piece of world heritage. Whether you are visiting or trying to save the good memory of your trip, this is a great gift for anybody. From Nony
Wrongulator - No one really likes to be told how much the bill is, how far under target, or by how much you have overspent! So if your job has a lot to do with maths, then we hate to be the ones that break it to you, but youâre probably not the favourite person in the office. Unfortunately for you it gets much worse! Now you need to ask yourself who gave you your calculator and does it look like the one in the picture above!?The Wrongulator is no ordinary calculator, its actually the worldâs worst calculator as it never gives the right answer, ever! If your calculator has been exchanged for this one then every single calculation youâve entered in it has been wrong. It is perhaps the cruelest practical joke you could inflict on your office colleague and the chances are, without being told, they'll probably never guess...well not before it's too late anyway!
This must be the kind of calculator the republicans use From Nony
USB Typewriter - The USBTypewriterâą is a new and groundbreaking innovation in the field of obsolescence. Lovers of the look, feel, and quality of old fashioned manual typewriters can now use them as keyboards for any USB-capable computer, such as a PC, Mac, or even iPad! The modification is easy to install, it involves no messy wiring, and does not change the outward appearance of the typewriter (except for the usb adapter itself, which is mounted in the rear of the machine). So the end result is a retro-style USB keyboard that not only looks great, but feels great to use. From Nony
Incredible HULC powers army of the future - IT has been the stuff of science fiction for generations - a wearable exoskeleton that gives human beings super powers.And now the US Army is one step closer to realising that dream after it began testing its latest hi-tech war fighting gadget.The human universal load carrier, or HULC, is a wearable exoskeleton that allows soldiers to carry up to 90kg for more than 20km on a single battery charge. From cw
Flying sphere goes where humans fear to tread - Its Japanese developers call it the "Futuristic Circular Flying Object" and it's designed to go where humans can't.The radio-controlled sphere, roughly the size of a basketball, was built for search and rescue operations: to fly in and out of buildings weakened by earthquakes or other natural disasters, using its onboard camera to transmit live images of whatever it sees. ...
Fumiyuki Sato, at the Japanese Defense Ministry's Technical Research and Development Institute, invented and built the vehicle for roughly 110,000 yen($1,390) with parts purchased off the shelf at consumer electronics stores.
Only $1,390? The Pentagon would have spend at least about 5,000,000,000.00! How can you expect a $1390 gadget to work? Too cheap. From Nony
A Camera That Lets You Refocus Photos Later - To achieve this feat, the camera uses a light field sensor to capture all the light that is moving in all directions in the view of the camera. All Things D's Ina Fried explains that the camera does this by "positioning an array of tiny lenses between the main lens and the image sensor, with the microlenses measuring both the total amount of light coming in as well as its direction." The end result is an image that can be refocused once it's made the move from camera to phone. From cw
Crazy Gag Calulator - Flip the switch one way and it's a standard calculator. 2 2 = 4. OK, no big whoop. BUT flip the switch the other way and 2 2 = GIMME A BREAK! That's right, when in "crazy mode" this brilliant math toy will give the user nothing but smart aleck answers. You can send the geek in your life over the edge as he tries to do the most simple of math problems and the Crazy Calculator is doing nothing but giving them a hard time. They will be greeted with such answers to their mathematical formulas as: From Nony
Prism 200c Through-Wall Radar Backpack Clearly Designed For Cool, Nonchalant Spies - Cambridge Consultantsâ Prism through-wall radar product line has been around for a few years now, but the latest version, the 200c pictured above, is one of the more inconspicuous iterations. Using ultra-wideband signals the device is able to see through walls made of wood, concrete or bricks and provide a 3-D view of human movement and positions from front, side and overhead angles, making it easier to determine a threat situation before entering a building. From Nony
Flynano - Everyoneâs dreamt of flying free as a bird. Nano is for the fun of flying â no passengers, no cargo - just you, Nano and the endless blue. If youâve ever had a pilotâs licence youâll fly Nano right out of the box. The rest of you will need to learn the simple rules of the air. Minimum red tape â maximum thrills. From Nony
BLOCK - Valve amplifier BLOCK is designed according to HI-FI audio rules. Components which spread most electromagnetic interference (AC, power transformers, chokes) are placed in closed compartments further away from audio lines. The main sound board rises on hinges to enable dusting electronics without the need to disconnect anything. The amplifier is made from stainless steel and aluminum. From Nony
Mini Crossbow - Though claimed to be intended as a high-quality jewelry piece by jewelry designer T. Shamir, this miniature crossbow is quite functional and looks like itd cause some larger-than-miniature damage. Built entirely out of sterling silver and 22k gold, with the bow and string being made out of solid steel, the crossbow is four times stronger than a regular-sized crossbow. Just in case users were afraid the miniature bolt variety was lacking, the crossbow shoots three types of handmade aluminum bolts: steel-tipped, ramming, and flare. From Nony
LELO: The leading designer brand for intimate lifestyle products. - LELO is a Swedish designer brand that prides itself in offering only the most stylish and luxurious intimate lifestyle accessories. Starting with intimate massagers, and now encompassing everything from cosmetics to apparel, the company has come a long way since 2003, but the commitment to quality and design remains as strong as ever. From Nony
Candyman: Making Underwear FUN! | A Men's Underwear Blog - If you are a long time reader of this blog then you know we have covered Candyman for a while. Ever since they came on the scene we have brought you some of the fun and wild creations they come up with. This year is no different. They have some really creative and fun pieces that include underwear and underwear costumes. From Nony
Dunhill%u2019s biometric wallet protects your money while looking stylish - this high-tech wallet protects your money using high-tech security Biometric security. The card features a biometric that detects your finger before allowing you to open it. Thieves and robbers who manage to steal the wallet off you will be hard pressed to get to the cash without the use of your finger. From Nony
Western Electric Products - Picturephone - The first Picturephone test system, built in 1956, was crude - it transmitted an image only once every two seconds. But by 1964 a complete experimental system, the "Mod 1," had been developed. To test it, the public was invited to place calls between special exhibits at Disneyland and the New York World's Fair. In both locations, visitors were carefully interviewed afterward by a market research agency. From Nony
Spooks' secret TEMPEST-busting tech reinvented by US student - Tristan Lawry, doctoral candidate in electrical and computer engineering (from my old school :), has developed equipment which can transmit data at high rates through thick, solid steel or other barriers. Significantly, Lawry's kit also transmits power. One obvious application here would be transmission through the steel pressure hull of a submarine: at the moment such hulls must have hundreds of penetrations for power and data cables, each one adding expense, weight and maintenance burden. From cw
Concentrate - Pre-chiewed Pencils - Pre- chewed pencils!!! We know it is a bit daft but - hey! No need to spend time chewing your pencil - Just get down to some concentrated thinking and who knows what you might come up with. From Nony
The latest royal wedding swag: barf bags - Are you already sick of the royal wedding? If the hype and hoopla surrounding the nuptials have got you feeling queasy, a graphic designer has created just the thing for you: royal wedding barf bags. From Nony
New Batteries Smaller than Salt Grains - Lithium-ion batteries have become ubiquitous in today's consumer electronics, powering laptops, cell phones, and portable music players. Now research funded by the Department of Defense's research wing, DARPA, is pushing the limits of this technology in trying to create some of the tiniest batteries on Earth, the largest of which would be no bigger than a grain of sand.
These tiny energy storage devices could one day be used to power the electronics and mechanical components of tiny micro- to nanoscale devices. From Popper
Lunch bugs | Gadgets - Whether your favorite brown-bagger is full-grown or pint-size, hereâs a way you can add some zing to their lunch break â just pack their meals in Lunch Bugs, the sandwich bags with a supersized creepycrawly printed right on the front. These reusable zip-to-lock storage bags are big enough for a two-handed sandwich or bagels From Nony
Apple Finally Starts Production of New iPad 2 - According to its sources, The Wall Street Journal claims that production of Appleâs new second iPad is now underway. The newly designed iPad 2 is expected to have several new features such as a front and rear facing camera, improved graphics performance and a thinner and lighter body design. From Nony
Revolving shotgun - Using chambers cut off 12 ga. scrap barrels and a new $10 bbl for an Italian auto shotgun, the only other gun part is a scrapped hammer from a 1857 Remington perc revolver. Loads like a SAA Colt but underlever rotates and cocks it. Blow-by is negligible, hardly noticeable with normal shirt sleeve. From Nony
How Steve Jobs 'out-Japanned' Japan - Jeff Yang muses on how Apple managed to beat the tech titans of Japan by playing their game, only better
The better part of a month has gone by, and most pundits have already weighed in on this year's CES -- the global gadget extravaganza that makes Las Vegas the gravitational center of the geek universe every January. The consensus? Meh.
All The Rage In Japan: Light-Up LED Teeth - LED teeth attachments: they glow when you smile and can change colors. Plus they make an electric "buzz" whenever they light up. Alternatively, chew on a glowstick. Which I've actually done before when I was rolling (OFL, silly!) and ended up drinking. SPOILER: the green ones DO NOT contain superpowers. From Nony
A gadget's life: From gee-whiz to junk - Web-connected and 3-D TVs are the buzz at this yearâs Consumer Electronics Show, but it hasnât even been that long since TV went digital. Hereâs a look at which gadgets have gone from obscure to ubiquitous over the past 30 years, and how their prices shrank along the way: From Nony
Millennium Falcon As Fully Functional Star Wars-themed Electric Guitar - Gizmo Watch - Figures from Star Wars and other sci-fi incarnations have often fallen in the awesome zone of nerdy craftsmanship, this one of a kind Millennium Falcon guitar by Travis Stevens is just another example of the same. The fully functional Star Wars-themed electric guitar made over the course of about a month, has a Millennium Falcon toy filled in with wood to make the ship sturdy enough to support the guitar strings. The top and the bottom of the guitar has been decked up in LEDs, while the entire make and the paint job are impressive enough to lure us suckers into buying one. From Nony
Five billion people to use mobile phones in 2010: UN - The ranks of cell phone subscribers will swell to five billion people this year thanks to the growth of smartphones in developed nations and mobile services in poor nations, a UN agency said Monday. From Popper
MrSexist t-shirts - MrSexist.com sexist t-shirts - MrSexist t-shirts look elegant but smart. The font is just the right size - not too big, but not too small. You will impress people in your immediate area without advertising to the whole block. From Nony
IPhone and Android Apps Breach Privacy - Few devices know more personal details about people than the smartphones in their pockets: phone numbers, current location, often the owner's real name even a unique ID number that can never be changed or turned off.These phones don't keep secrets. They are sharing this personal data widely and regularly, a Wall Street Journal investigation has found. From cw
Wolf's Project Files - Pilot Valve Air Cannon - From the projects page: This was my first [successfull] attempt at building a custom pilot valve. It's similar to my first "compact" air cannon, the LAW I but 6" shorter and 30% lighter courtesty of the internal valve. From cw
For Azprick: Make Your Own Sex Doll - Want a custom sex doll, but don't have $7,000 to shell out? No problem. You can build one with off-the-shelf parts for a fraction of the cost. Is this the ideal love doll or Bride of Frankenstein? Weâll let you be the judge. From Nony
Your Very Own PlayBoy Collection on a USB Hard Drive - This is why BONDI DIGITAL recent release of a very special 250GB USB hard drive containing EVERY issue of PlayBoy between 1953 and 2010 (in other words, the entire collection up to NOW!) is so intriguing (that is 53 years and over 100,000 pages!). The Playboy Cover to Cover Digital Archive, may not be the first time a magazine archive has been delivered in digital format, but it certainly is one of the first that will interest people OUTSIDE of academia! From Nony
TikTok LunaTik Multi-Touch Watch Kits - TikTok and LunaTik simply transform the iPod Nano into the world's coolest multi-touch watches. The idea to use the Nano as a watch was an obvious one ever since the product was announced. But we wanted to create a collection that was well designed, engineered and manufactured from premium materials and that complemented the impeccable quality of Apple products. Not just clipped on a cheap strap as an afterthought. We wanted to create a product that your friends and strangers would stop you and ask "WTF is that??? And where can I get one?!" From Nony
Full Of Life : Solar Powered Talking Bible - This remarkable Solar-Powered Talking Bible speaks all books of the Bible, Old and New Testaments, in a real human voice. You can move from book to book and chapter to chapter with the press of a button. Hand-held unit is perfect for the visually impaired, seniors, or anyone on-the-go who wants to hear the word of God. Features large crystal-clear speaker, volume control, pause button, bookmarking, move ahead or back in 15 sec. intervals, easel back, and earphones. Recharges by the sun or a bright light source and plays up to 14 hours on a full charge. Manufacturerâs one-year warranty. Weighs only 4 oz. 2.5"W x 4.25"H x .75".
Put one in your car and you will never ever have an accident ... trust me LOL ... a real human voice ... wow! wonder what that sounds like From Nony
The Container Store > Drinking Glasses - Seeing is believing! These playful "eyeglasses" actually serve as a fully functioning drinking straw. Wear them on your head and take a sip - you'll see the contents of your glass swirling before your very eyes! They're washable in warm, soapy water. Our Drinking Glasses are a fun gift for the young - and young at heart. From Nony
Cum-Thru Penis Plug - The Cum-Thru Penis Plug gives you the pierced look without the piercing. The hollow design allows you to still spew out your hot liquid all over your partner. The device can be worn 24/7 but we recommend you take out for cleaning on occasion. The unique design allows for easy insertion and once the device is inserted the unique design helps keep the plug in place without it slipping out.
Original Models: A Look at Iconic Tech Prototypes - If necessity is the mother of invention, trial and error is the father. In these prototypes of now-iconic products, you can still glimpse the sweat and ingenuity it took to bring them to life. From cw
Zeta Paws - Azprick will love this! - We are an adult toy company that specializes in the creation of toys modeled after animals. We do also offer several models not modeled after animals too, so be sure to check those out. From Nony
The Window Phone - This new Window Phone is the concept mobile phone, which is able to transform its appearance like a window as per the weather. The phone is designed as a thin, clear and transparent plastic sheet, which remains clear during a sunny day, becomes humid during a rainy day and takes a dump outlook during a snowy day. From Popper
Sarah Palin Bobble Head Dolls - Wild Billâs Nostalgia Store in Middletown, CT is offering a new Sarah Palin Bobble Head Doll, made for the company by Funko. The doll is seven inches tall, and Funko terms them, âWacky Wobblers,â because of the way the head bounces around. Funko has featured George Bush and Bill Clinton dolls, among other presidents, in the bobble head format. The Sarah Palin doll is an exclusive for Wild Billâs, and given the political climate in the country today, it looks like a sure winner for independent retailers. The unit wholesales for $6.50 and the suggested retail is $12.99. From Nony
Inflatable Silicone Dog Dildos - # Meticulously hand crafted, canine (K9, dog, animal shaped) dildos individually fashioned by skilled artisans using the highest quality materials and medical grade silicone.
Facetime on Iphone 4: Vanilla unencrypted STUN and SIP - Well heck, good job Apple! I just tested facetime and did a quick check on its protocol. No hacking needed just an on the wire black box inspection its just plain SIP and STUN for firewall discovery. Apple plans to make this protocol public, and they seem to have done an excellent job. And thanks for showing the world that you donât need complicated encryption and proprietary tunneling tricks for an excellent experience. You need a good codec set, a good media stack that can adaptively switch codecs and manage buffers and a good âpoint-of-presence network for the most part. I am just going to restrict this post to an overview of the flow.Enjoy: From cw
Biometric ATM gives cash via finger vein scan - Poland's cooperative BPS bank says it's the first in Europe to install a biometric ATM -- allowing customers to withdraw cash simply with the touch of a fingertip.The digit-scanning ATM, introduced in the Polish capital of Warsaw, runs on the latest in "finger vein" technology -- an authentication system developed by Japanese tech giant Hitachi. From cw
Hands on: Apple iPhone 4 review - Thinner, sharper, HD video recording - Jobs has unleashed the big guns
After the WWDC keynote on June 7, media were invited backstage to get hands on with Apple's new iPhone 4, including access to the upcoming iOS 4 operating system, and a brief demo of the FaceTime video calling.
We left with our credit cards burning rectangular shapes in our wallets, already yearning for its June 24 debut.
$3 Microscope Plugs into Cell Phones - A small digital microscope that costs just a few dollars can plug into a cell phone and perform basic medical diagnostics that would ordinarily require expensive lab equipment. The microscope, which uses no lenses, saves on cost and weight by using algorithms to get more information from images. The device can generate blood counts and identify disease cells and bacteria from simple images sent through a USB cord to a cell phone that uses software to processes the data. The latest version of the microscope integrates an interference-based contrast method to provide better images in addition to diagnostic information. From popper
Top 20 Fictional Gadgets - What do you get for that person who has everything? Or even the person who has nothing? If you ever watched a television show or movie and thought, hey that would be cool or I want one of those, then this list is for you. These are the top twenty fictional gadgets that we wish we possessed. Granted, not all of them are all that useful. But at least theyd be great to own. And no, the list isnt sixteen different versions of a time machine. We figure one time machine is good enough, so we tried to diversify the choices to gadgets that performed different functions. From Popper
Straw Mask - Happy HalloweenâŠ Oh, wait, wait, the Halloween is still a long way off. But the masks for that special day have already been selected for you! Itâs the Straw Mask, something that is totally made from one single straw. So youâll feel the beverage flowing around your face when sucking it from the cup. And still, these masks will glow in the dark, so theyâre especially perfect for Halloween. Weird but also unique! From Nony
Segway robots train snipers Down Under - How do you make sniper target practice more helpful and more fun? By shooting at Segway robots, of course.To train its snipers in realistic conditions, the Australian Department of Defence enlisted the help of Marathon Robotics of Sydney, Australia, to set up a course populated by Segways with plastic, 3D, human-size dummies onboard. From Nony
Hiroshi Ishiguro Unveils New Smiling Female Android - Japanese roboticist Hiroshi Ishiguro unveiled today his latest creation: a female android called Geminoid F. The new robot, a copy of a woman in her 20s with long dark hair, can laugh, smile, and exhibit other facial expressions more naturally than Ishiguro's previous androids. From Nony
Thanko Breast Warmer - Nothing can be worse than your breasts freezing over during the winter when you are out with your bff in a park checking out other friends' FaceBook page. The very thoughtful guys from Thanko Japan realized this dilemma for all of us living in the Northern Hemisphere and came up with this brilliant Breast Warmer. Tuck the 2 USB powered Breast Warmer under your bra and make sure at least that part of your body will never get pneumonia. Rock on Thanko, you create the most useful USB gadgets mankind has come to know! From Nony
Sandisk first to ship 32 gigabyte microsdhc card - SanDisk Corporation), the global leader in flash memory cards, today announced that it has begun shipping the world's highest-capacity removable memory card for mobile phones the 32 gigabyte (GB)1 SanDisk microSDHC card. From cw
Psyko Audio Labs, Psyko 5.1 PC Gaming Headphones - The Psyko 5.1 PC Gaming Headset is a radical departure from any other headphone on the market. For starters, the speakers are not placed in the ear cups. The speakers are placed above your head in the bridge of your headset. The placement of the speakers in the bridge enables three things to occur. From cw
Apple's Spat With Google Is Getting Personal - In the last six months, Apple and Google have jousted over acquisitions, patents, directors, advisers and iPhone applications. Mr. Jobs and Mr. Schmidt have taken shots at each otherâs companies in the media and in private exchanges with employees. From cw
World's Weirdest Travel Gadgets - Metal-detecting sandals, self-propelled suitcases, and bacteria-disinfecting wands are just a few of the quirky products available to the discerning traveler. From popper
Gaaglebot AJAX Controlled Roomba Robot For Indexing - GĂ„Ă„gleBot (pronounced /google-bot/) is a "home crawler" consisting of a vacuum roomba with an on board webserver and camera. While the vacuum goes about its business, it extracts text from the images it takes. The text is later put in a database on the roomba and searchable through a web interface. From cw
Universal Network Cable - * Provides 5 cable types in one connector
* Just rotate the center to the cable you need
* Cable options:
o ROLLED: Connect a host to a Cisco router or switch
o CROSSOVER: Communicate directly between computers without a hub or switch
o STRAIGHT-THROUGH: Use as a standard RJ45 patch cable
o ATM/LOOPBACK: Test if a network card is working by checking for link lights with no need for a hub or switch
o T1: Connect to DDS lines / T1 trunk lines
Japan Trend Shop | Dream Cat Venus - Yume Neko Robotic Cat - JapanTrendShop has long been on the forefront of making robotic pet technology available to the masses, starting with Sega's original "Near Me" through the upgraded "Dream Cat Smile". We now have the latest version, the Yume Neko Venus (Dream Cat Venus) available only from Japan for worldwide shipping! From Nony
PornConfetti - Thanks to PornConfetti it's possible to ensure a maximum of porn atmosphere! PornConfetti is produced by German Engineers in a secret elaborate chemical process and was rigorously tested for capacity, porn-activity and safety. It contains a mixture of highly effective ingredients with the powerful essence of German porn, Bavarian beer, Bratwurst and Ramstein. Discover the ultimative PornConfetti Effect now and find out how your party will change with PornConfetti.de From Nony
How Many Oranges Does It Take to Power an iPhone? - We've all seen clocks running off foods like oranges and potatoes, but what kind of citrus power does it take to charge an iPhone? This ever-so-strange, ever-so-enchanting video reveals the answer. From cw
Valentine: One Dozen World's Tallest Roses - Are you searching for the perfect, unique gift? These spectacular roses measure 5-6 feet in height. On an Ecuadorian farm nestled between two volcanoes at more than 9,600 feet, these stunning red roses grow naturally tall in their native soil. Days of prolonged sunlight and cool nights allow the oversized beauties to flourish beyond expectation. The ultimate in elegance and beauty, each stem boasts a large head which opens to an astonishing 3-4 inches in diameter, creating a sea of lush red rose petals that stay fresher longer.
The smaller the dick the taller the roses? From Nony
AFP: Chinese company pre-emptively clones iPad - he unveiling of Apple's iPad tablet computer was one of the most anticipated technology events in recent years, but a similar looking device has been on sale in China for nearly six months.The touchscreen iPad look-alike marks a new milestone by Chinese manufacturers: cloning a product before it had even been announced, mused Shanghaiist.com, a Shanghai city blog, and Shanzhai.com, a tech blog dedicated to Chinese copies. From Nony
Electric Icarus: NASA Designs a One-Man Stealth Plane - A super-quiet, hover-capable aircraft design, NASA's experimental one-man Puffin could show just how much electric propulsion can transform our ideas of flight. It looks like nothing less than a flying suit or a jet pack with a cockpit. From cw
5 Reasons to Ditch Your Digital SLR - Thereâs a new camera category in town. Itâs EVIL, and itâs going to kick your DSLRâs ass. EVIL stands for Electronic Viewfinder Interchangeable Lens, and is our favorite acronym for cameras like the Olympus Pen, the Lumix GF1 and the Samsung NX10. These small, mirrorless, finderless cameras can fit in a pocket and outperform bulky DSLRs. Hereâs why your next camera will probably be EVIL. From Nony
Slant-ruled notebok - A lot of people sort of twist their notebooks when they write in them, this notebook has lines that are at a 45 degree angle- good if you have to write in a tight spot, like on an airplane. From Nony
Batten down the hatches. Augmented reality is on its way - a gadget designed for people who'd rather look at a screen than the real world, the iPhone inevitably plays host to several examples of this sort of thing. Download the relevant app, hold your iPhone aloft and gawp in astonishment as it magically displays live footage of the actual world directly in front of you â just like the real thing but smaller, and with snazzy direction signs floating over it. From cw
Torn Between 2 Phones: Nexus One vs. iPhone - To switch or not to switch, that is the question. Googles announcement of its Nexus One smartphone happened over a week ago and Im still receiving lots of Tweets and e-mail from readers asking the same question: Should they give up their iPhone for the Nexus One? From popper
CES in pictures: the good, the bad, the Elvis - CES 2010 was a much bigger show than last year's depressed affair. Attendance was up across the board, and we saw a ton of stuff that you just don't run into every day. Take a peek inside for shots of Lady GaGa impersonators, X-ray vision cameraphone apps, and augmented reality. From cw
Impact of iSlate Could Rival iPhone - You dont need a crystal ball, seer stone, scrying pool or any other spooky stuff to guess what one of the most talked-about design projects of 2010 will be. The tech blogs have been buzzing about it for months. Its the iSlate, iTablet, iProd, Magic Slate, or whatever else Apple finally decides to call its new tablet computer. From popper
Twitter WikiReader: Wikipedia on Your Pocket! - Wow, this is absolutely a great deal for those who love to snug their nose into the Wikipedia database because they now can bring the WHOLE Wikipedia contents (excluding images and multimedia files Text only) on their pocket, so they can browser for an explanation on the go. If you think $99 worth the text on the whole Wikipedia site, I guess you should hurry head on to Amazon for getting one. The Device WikiReader doesnt connect right to the nearest hot-spot to update the database, but you have two options to keep the WikiReader up-to-date.
Leaked Nexus One Documents: $530 Unlocked, $180 With T-Mobile - A tipster just sent in these Nexus One screenshots that supposedly confirms two things: that Google will sell it unlocked and unsubsidized for $530, and that Google will sell it by themselves. Plus, some other very interesting details. UPDATE From popper
Google taking on Apple in cellphone market - Google said in a corporate blog on Saturday that it has developed a phone based on its Android mobile operating system and distributed it to employees to try out. Soon after, pictures of the phone surfaced on the Twitter feeds of employees and outside bloggers with details that the device would be launched next month and sold directly to consumers. The new phone would be capable of operating on any network, according to a source close to the company who was not authorized to comment publicly. From cw
Vacuum Cleaner Senses Human Emotions - A specially-equipped Roomba robot vacuum cleaner can now sense human emotional states. University of Calgary researchers published their results in a paper titled "Using Bio-electrical Signals to Influence the Social Behaviours of Domesticated Robots." From cw
'A very good time to buy' electronics - Whether they're upgrading their home office or have a gadget geek on their holiday list, shoppers looking for deals on electronics should be feeling happy as average prices for a variety of gadgets have fallen to record lows. "Prices are the lowest they've ever been," said John Riley, electronics manager at Paulsen Appliance and Electronics in Sycamore. "TVs that were $2,000 to $3,000 are now selling for $800. This is a very good time to buy." From CC
Solar power technology takes its next step - The technology behind solar energy is constantly evolving. Portable devices that charge up gadgets from the sun are becoming smaller and more powerful.A new generation of portable solar chargers can plug straight into a laptop and provide up to a quarter of its power needs while in use. From cw
Asspeaker - This is the strangest audio device I believe Ive ever seen in my life. Its just bizarre. Its called the Asspeaker and its probably not for your average home. The main unit is the subwoofer and the control station. The smaller units are speakers and connect to the controller through bluetooth technology, they work as single cheek units and can be connected to store as one small butt. To activate the unit, one must tap the unit.
LED Light Eyelashes - Korean artist Soomi Park has come up with a fashionable use for LED technology â fake eyelashes. The LED Eyelashes features built-in inclination mercury sensors that turn the eyelashes on and off when you move your head. From Nony
Dyson Launches Air MultiplierTM Fan - The Dyson Air Multiplierâą Fan is a bladeless fan that looks so futuristic you wonder if itâs even real. But, oh yeah, itâs real. No dusty blades to clean, no grill, and itâs sleek and modern. When I say that this thing really works, I mean it blows as much as my current Hunter fan, but itâs quieter and I can stick my hand through it! Hereâs how it works: From Nony