A little pocket knife built with the famed Damascus Steel, this little guy has the hallmarks of being a collector’s item. The handle of Swedish rose stainless damascus steel knife is carbon fiber. Costs $500.
So some enterprising person modded the livery of their PlayStation 4 to the NES.
Take a look at the Randommization aStore. Simply put, it is a collection of a few products selling on Amazon grouped and arranged by us. We have got a nice collection going there, that will of course keep on growing. Take a look at the collection and see if you like something. It is fresh out of the oven and still young, but it does have some very nice things for you to look at.
This dude is a pro. And he’s celebrating Movember in all its glory.
There are plenty of things we expect from the future. Hot cars is one of those things, and things not having ridiculous names is another. Mercedes Benz AMG Vision Gran Turismo Concept works very well with the former, but totally fails on the latter. Apparently, there is no having the cake and eating it too. The concept has a decidedly muscular and futuristic look, all packed in a boatload of curvy lines.
We have not really kept up with technological advances in fiction, a very glaring example of which is that we don’t yet have anything close to the hoverboard that Marty McFly showed off in Back to the Future. Though it is quite heartening to see that we are making progress on that score. Here’s a functioning 1:2 scale replica of the Hoverboard. Good news, it hovers. Bad news, you can’t even begin to use it the way Marty did.
Pebble’s e-Paper Smartwatch supports both iPhone and Android, looks rather rad and connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth. It can display texts, caller ID, email, your favorite apps, and can even control music playback through iTunes, Spotify and Pandora. The watch runs on a rechargeable battery and claims one full charge to be good enough for 5-7 days. Costs $150.
It may be just a desert shack, but it is one sexy desert shack. Artist Phillip K Smith III added mirrors to go with lumber that makes the shack to create an illusion that makes the shack seem transparent. Mirror panels alternate with lumber to create Lucid Stead, the name given to the shack. The effect of the combination is quite wondrous. If you align yourself well, it would be fair to say the Lucid Stead is transparent.