Cool Balloon Gun For A Quirky Deathmatch


Though we do not promote violence, but having some harmless fun with a gun isn’t a bad idea. And if you’ve always wanted to be a part of a death match, without actually killing yourself or someone else, the Russian Roulette Style Balloon Gun should be the weapon of you’re choice. Go ahead challenge your friend or enemy to a death match and you have one in six chances to live for another day or at least you could just pretend and have some cowboy style fun.

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Super Power GSM Jammer


Isn’t it irritating when someone uses a cellphone in a movie hall , library or even in your home and you cant do a thing about it. But now you have the power of jamming the cellular signals altogether. Super Power GSM Jammer can block all cellular signals for a maximum 120 meter range. Before you go out to get one, remember the law in some places doesn’t really take kindly to the use of jammers.

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A Suitcase That Drags Itself


When traveling, you may unwittingly end up with a whole load of stuff in your suitcase and that needs to be hauled around. The task gets simpler with this self propelled suitcase from Hammacher Schlemmer. If there’s at least 15 pounds of load in the suitcase, and you’re tugging it at the right angle, electric motors will set into motion to make your task easier. It’s not that easy to own though, coming in at a whopping $1300.

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Get a Terminator Avatar With ‘Terminate Me’ iPhone App


Ever wondered what you would look like in a terminator avatar? If yes, you should give the Terminate Me app a try. Warner Bros have released the free app as part of the promotional event for the upcoming Terminator Salvation movie. Take your photo, and touch the screen to select where you want the terminator endoskeleton to be displayed.

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Conductive Ink Allows Human Body To Conduct Electricity, Minus The Shocks


Created by students from Royal College of Art, “Bare” ink can be applied on the human body to create custom circuits, without any fear of shock. According to the creators, the non-toxic and removable paint can be put to a number of uses.

From BareConductive:

Application areas include dance, music, computer interfaces, communication and medical devices. Bare is an intuitive and non-invasive technology which will allow users to bridge the gap between electronics and the body.

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