There are things where shooting once isn’t quite enough for your peace of mind. In such cases you obviously have to work with something like this crazy double glock. The design of the thing means you’d be holding it sideways, which implies the aim won’t be quite as good and neither would be the recoil from firing two guns held sideways. Meh, who cares about practical use anyway; this thing is badass, we’ll leave it at that. Also, we don’t want to mess with the dude wielding these guns.
Tembo Trunks earbud speakers are like passive amplifiers to those tiny earbuds. And boy, do these things amplify music… According to designers Mike and Scott Norrie the rubber speakers work as horn-speakers, pulling out sound from the tiny earbuds to something like 80dB. That would be loud enough for any respectable speakers. Since these are made from rubber, they are easy to carry around and are virtually indestructible. If you like the idea, you can back the project on Kickstarter.
Earloomz has come up with Bluetooth headsets in two deliciously nerdy flavors, Star Trek and Star Wars. You get to take your pick from five designs spanning the two genres. Themes for the headsets have Live Long and Prosper for Star Trek and Boba Fett, The Dark Duel, Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker for Star Wars.
If there’s something that the entire human race can agree to, is that we want almost all of our work done without putting in much of an effort. Skataz electric skates promise to take the effort out of walking. Powered by an electric battery, the skates can roll on, taking you to whatever direction you desire to move in. The skates are just prototypes as of now, but the designers are looking for investors to put the skates into production.
Whatever use you may put Excel to, or howsoever useful it may be, I never get along with spreadsheets. Which means I’m quite surprized and intrigued that someone took the time to painstakingly create this Mario and Yoshi art on a spreadsheet.
Who says you can’t carry along a piece of your passion even while doing serious business. The aluminum business card holder case from Takara Tomy Arts has been created into the liking of the original Play Station. Quite a faithful copy, the case shows the CD-ROM drive lid, open, power, reset buttons and the original Play Station logo. Costs $12.
Sprinklers aren’t quite supposed to light up your lawn, though we guess that would be quite a nice addition. Water and Light Show is a misting system that attaches to sprinklers and uses its five colored LEDs to light up the mist in different, probably attractive colors. The LEDs get their power from the water hose, so no additional power or batteries are necessary. Costs $50.
When you’re out biking somewhere, coffee isn’t quite the drink you can hope for. But if you really want that cup of coffee, the Airpresso would be more than willing to help. Airpresso makes use of air pressure from your bike’s pump, ground coffee and hot water to create the 120ml shot of espresso you were craving for. Costs $180.
Ladies and Gentlemen, meet the “EX Trike.” The trike has a bare frame and the sitting position may not look all that comfortable, but you don’t need to concern yourself with such petty details. The star of the trike undoubtedly is the engine, and it hogs all the limelight. EX is powered by two 18-Volt screwdrivers that can propel the trike to speeds up to 30kmph. Numerous components for the trike have been sourced from motorbikes, while some happen to be custom milled on CNC machines to run the crazy ass vehicle.