No, the bracelet isn’t controllable by remote, it is the remote control, for your TV, VCR, I would assume whatever you could program into it. Its just a design, but it looks pretty cool.
If it weren’t for its bracelet form factor, it could probably be unisex, but it is in the shape of a bracelet, and it is designed by a woman, for a woman. Chloe Fung is the genius behind this design, and although I have no idea exactly how it would work, but I would assume that at least some of the buttons have tactile feedback, while the others might be touch sensitive.
Sure you can’t have an AK-47 fully customized ala Hello Kitty style. It won’t only cost you $1072.95 for one.
It is pretty funny though, the crocheted butt stock cover really sets it off. Well, that and the purple plastic covering with the Hello Kitty sticker at the end of the pretty purple plastic banana clip.
Laptop bags of all styles pop up, but sometimes it can be hard to find those eco-friendly types. Especially if you're looking for a certain style. Well here is one more choice to consider, and they are made from decomissioned sails. The perk behind using a bag made from old sails is it would be extremely durable.
I've not really been a fan of digital picture frames (unless they can be hacked to do more than just display pictures) or most keychains. Keychains tend to annoy me because they make my keys hard to fit in my pocket. Currently I carry around a USB drive and a holder for my D20 (yea, I'm a dork) with my keys. While I probably wouldn't add anything else to my keychain, this is a pretty cool idea.
When you Google your name, how many results pop up? Personally, I get 1,790,000 hits. That's not really much of a surprise since both my first and middle names are rather common. It's also not a surprise that many of them do in fact have something to do with me, as I'm a tech writer. If I were the kind of person that actually cared about numbers like that, I'd think this fancy ring was pretty cool.
Gamer fashion shouldn't be designated to quirky jewelry and t-shirts, you can't wear t-shirts all the time. This Mario Mini Skirt is hot enough to turn even non-gamer's heads.
Want to know how not to send a message about war in the name of god? Make a freakin’ badass tank with a badass medieval church on top of it.
Some Russian artist by the name of Kris Kuksi was trying to get a message across about how war in the name of god is bad, wrong, ill-founded, whatever, it looks awesome and I fully expect to see it in a video game some time in the very near future. Its just a model, with dimensions of 8x4x10 inches, but I’d totally push that bad ass whip through the desert if it were real.
Remember when you were a kid and you got those little spy kits that had the 3D writing thing where it supposedly hid the message, even though you could read it as long as you didn’t try and focus the two? Same concept, but with a clock.
The Seeing Double clock from ChillyChilly has the hours and the minutes transposed over each other in red and green. The hour and minute hands have different color filters on them, the hour hand is red, the minute hand is green, so when the minute hand is over one of the 12 locations, only the red shows through and its whatever minute marker that is, 5, 10, 15, 20, you get the idea.
First LG partnered with Prada, now they are apparently doing deals with Rolex. For those of you that recognize the name but can’t put a face to it, look to your wrist if your are upper management and your boss ever gifted you a watch.
Yes that’s right, now LG is working with the watchmaker to make a new phone. They recently showed it off, but photos were prohibited, so all you get is a Rolex logo for now. But, there is apparently a centerpiece on the phone which is a real Rolex watch face embedded in the casing and surrounded by luxury leather on the outside.