Pardon my ignorance, but I'm just not seeing the practical purpose of this gizmo. The Sonic Nausea device is an electronic gadget that can actually make people around it feel sick to their stomachs out of the blue.
The device is meant to be placed in a specific location and then it will send out high-frequency signals of all sorts, which can apparently make people that get within range feel nauseous. All of the varied soundwaves this thing outputs makes it difficult for a person to process directional source information, resulting in sweating, nausea, vomiting, headaches and irritability. Well, that's just lovely. I mean, is it supposed to be a gag (pardon the pun) device, or what?
We're thinking crowd control or something like that. Perhaps a Tazer alternative? Regardless of this thing's purpose, the Sonic Nausea device will cost $29 and runs on a single 9-volt battery.
[via The Red Ferret Journal]
I think just about everyone has found themselves out and about somewhere looking to take a picture, only to realize that they need a tripod. But since most of us don't tote around tripods, we end up with shaky, out of focus and generally crappy pictures. But the Bottle Cap Tripod makes the best of a bad situation.
Oh, there's nothing like what's produced when people have too much time on their hands. Take this Big Daddy costume based on the bulky characters from the Bioshock video game. On the one hand, it's nerdy but on the other, completely awesome!
I'm well aware that having light shoot out of your fingertips is pretty much useless, but it's cool, nevertheless. That's why when I set eyes on these Laser Finger Beams, they immediately went on my wish list.
This is officially the doorknob that will end all of those strange black eyes. No longer will women be running into doors and achieving black eyes. Alright so domestic abuse might not be all that funny, but I've always found that excuse incredibly comical. Me being one of the clumsiest people I know, if I can't manage to get huge facial bruises from doors, then no one can.
I have over time gotten a bit bored of my bedside lamp. Yes, it shines on my nightly read, but it's just so normal. It doesn't move, do tricks or even have a geeky flare. However, I think my search is over, this hang man is perfect for my bedroom.
Yes, it might creep out anyone who spots it, especially in the bedroom, but it's just too morbidly fascinating to pass up. The table lamp called Colgao was handmade by en Pieza! studio.
The materials used were electric wire and iron which was treated to prevent corrosion. It was created sometime in 2007 but the site does not state how to get a hold of the product or when it might be released.