While LEDs can be used in as something as small as as round, magnet-rich flashlight that looks like a deep-water mine, they are better equipped to make normal things, like dancing, look ridiculously awesome in the right situations. The Bionic Ballerina is a classically trained ballerina from Russia named Milena, who has been training to dance since she was only five years old.
There are many different ways out there for someone to put light where they need it. Usually, and in this case, it involves magnets, which let you stick your light source to a metallic source for easy positioning. But sometimes you just need your light to rest on the floor, and using a flashlight doesn't always work out. Having something small enough to fit in the necessary nooks and crannies, but still be bright enough to actually help, is essential. That's where the Striker Light Mine Professional comes in.
Here's something so tiny and light-up that I don't see how you could possibly resist. The Push Pin Light, straight out of the most glorious place for things you might never have thought of, Japan. One of my favorite stores for cute gift purchases, Strapya World, has these little beauties on pre-order now, shipping next week. They come in green, blue, orange, pink, and white, and have replaceable LR41 button batteries so you can use them forever!
As we get closer and closer to the holiday shopping season, you've probably already begun picking out particular gifts for certain individuals. But, what about the gift for that one person who's hard to shop for? Or is too picky? Your best bet is to get them something that seems to have no purpose, but just looks cool while doing nothing. That's exactly what the FLEXiT Light is, and you're in luck: it will be available during the holiday rush.
Dartboards are something of a national pastime for some people, and they're a stalwart competitive sport in bars all across the world. So, what do you do when you want to get better? Sure, practice may make sense to some people, but what if you keep practicing and you just aren't getting any better? That's where the Visual Assist Dartboard comes into play.
Being able to test the air that you breath on a regular basis is becoming a real thing that people worry about, so if we have to start doing it, of course we're going to find ways to make it so that it's cool to look at and use, right? And, if you can do it yourself, it just makes it so much better. In this case, all you need is some pretty big balloons, some LEDs, and air sensors, and you'll be good to go.
Every been out and about, and realized that you forgot your car charger? And then you realize your phone is about to die (or, maybe you realized both things at the same time). So, what do you do? Ask some store around you, or perhaps the person you're with, if they know what to do? Well, what if you had a small USB hub on you at all times? One that's solar powered, no less? That would just solve all of your problems, now wouldn't it?
We can't all be living in a video game. (Even if some of us wish we were.) And, because we can't just go hopping around dark worlds with brightly lit contours, we have to make due with what we have. And thanks to a British-based company called Night Bright Tyre, we can finally be one step closer to having our very own lightbikes. No, they may not be as streamlined as those from the TRON films, but hey, beggars can't be choosers.
When it comes to navigation, right now the best way to get where you want to go is to look at some other device. Even when you're in your car, you need to look at another piece of hardware, and take your eyes off the road, to make sure you're going in the direction you need to go. Sure, they get easier when the units talk to you, but for the most part you still want that visual certainty. Well, thanks to some engineers over in Japan, we might be getting closer to some Personal Navigation Systems (PNS) right on our glasses.
How many of you are still reeling from that Apple keynote this morning? We understand where you're coming from. Those features are a long time coming, but it looks to us that Apple has indeed made it worth the wait. Then again, you might have a different opinion altogether. Thank goodness we have the Daily Slash to distract us from all that Apple news, right? Right. And sure enough, we're going to make sure that we skimp the Cupertino-based news in tonight's edition. First up, with the Best of R3, we've got a seemingly confirmed release date for a pretty incredible device. And then we've got a giveaway to announce on EI. And finally, a little leak for the right moment. And finally, in the dredge net, we've pulled up a cordless light that activates based on movement. We've also got a pretty awesome invention that'll help you if you're lost in the woods. And finally, we get some more confirmation about two new devices from RIM and LG.