Facing bullets was probably the last thing this Xbox 360 plagued with the red ring of death hoped for. Since it wasn’t much good anyway, students at a local college near Kansas City decided to end their semester by putting the console in front of a firing squad. We guess it’s a great pleasure to shoot out the Xbox with the feared and hated red ring.
Time flies, and what better way to show it than through the magic of a time lapse video. The video shows the year 2009, but years tend to get less relevant with the flight of time, especially when you can see through one in just a couple of minutes.
A match of opposites as it may seem, looks like water guns can have a day with flame throwing as well. All that’s needed is filling the water gun with kerosene and having a candle handy.
Openaire may seem like a heavyweight laptop case, and that would be true. It is a hybrid of a laptop carrying case, a work surface and a chair. When you feel like it, you can transform this laptop case into a full workstation, or leave the chair out if you intend to keep it light. Openaire has been designed by Nick and Beau Trincia.
iTwin is a USB device that can be split into two parts, and each part can be attached to a computer. Once ready, both devices can share files easily over the internet. To keep the data safe, iTwin makes use of 256-bit AES encryption. The units will start shipping as a limited edition, with only 50 available in the first run. Available in Lime Green and Gunmetal Gray, the device costs $99.
Daft Punk are well known for their futuristic-looking helmets that they wear to concerts. All those years they’ve been around, the helmets have of course undergone a transition to match the age and time. The image here shows the transition of the Daft Punk helmets through the years.