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06-11-2010, 02:58 PM #1
Some more amazing stuff!!!
22 Person Nike Foosball Table
Nike’s 22 person foosball table(11 vs 11), located at their Nike Stadium Milan store in Italy.
"We love playing foosball here in Italy. We usually play it 2 vs. 2. Well, at Nike Stadium Milan we play it 11 vs. 11. Our doors opened with an outstanding foosball table, so we can play the game with all our favourite National Teams."
Papervore Coffee Table
he Papervore Coffee Table is made from a single piece of powdercoated aluminum that’s been bent into an arch, and with the clear acrylic bin to hold the shredded documents. Custom colors available, 16"h x 31"w x 16"d.
"Turn your junk mail into recyclable mail. The Papervore is hungry for all of your printed leftovers. With a turn of the crank you too can put that gas bill off until next month."
Iron Man 2 Comic Chest T-shirt
Iron Man 2 Comic Chest T-shirt from Play.com
Fingerprint Security Briefcase
Open your briefcase with your fingerprints, good idea!
This Fingerprint Security Briefcase from China Vasion, featuring covered with supple Nubuck leather, lined with soft suede and a fingerprint reader that supports up to 12 different users and 2 administrators and can store 2 different fingerprints for each user. Now since it’s not a mechanical system the fingerprint reader does need to be occasionally charged via USB (the lithium-ion battery is good for about 600 scans).
"What really sets this briefcase apart from the rest is biometric fingerprint security functionality which keeps all your valuables safe! Slide the latch sideways to expose the fingerprint panel. Lightly press your finger against it, and the latches open to give you access to your stock certificates, Swiss Bank statements, blueprints for world domination, etc. "
Simulated swimming pool with room inside
Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich created this fake pool called The Swimming Pool, for The 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan. Leandro put two clear acrylic glasses about a foot apart and filled the space in between with water. The top surface is also filled with about 4 to 5 inches of water so that it looks like a realistic pool. Watch the video, cool!
Mug with a temperature sensor
Mug with a temperature sensor from Art Lebedev. You will find the silhouette of a battery symbol on the outside, a temperature strip become visible only when the mercury rises to 36 degrees Celcius (96.8 Fahrenheit)
"The image becomes visible if you pour a drink hotter than 36 degrees Celcius (96.8 Fahrenheit)."
Reevu MSX1 Rear View Mirror Helmet
The Reevu's MSX1 Helmet has a rear view mirror which uses a entirely mechanical mechanism rather than rear-view cameras. It look similar to the car's rear view mirror, with the small mirror in front resting just outside the rider's line of sight. The Reevu MSX1 is the world’s first patented rear-view helmet range that gives the wearer that all round vision. Reevu say the added functionality no way effects the safety performance of the helmet.
(£249 about $380)
One Sixth Scale Obama
One Sixth scale Obama ("1/6 Scale Truetype Body - African American Advanced TTM-15") is preorder at BBTS for(3rd Quarter 2010).
"The 1/6th scale new generation TrueType Male body set specially features:
l Newly sculpted head
l Newly developed body
l Two (2) neck styles
l Muscular arms and thighs with detachable thigh muscles
l Two (2) sets of bendable and interchangeable palms
- One (1) pair for holding gun
- One (1) pair of relaxed palms
l Over 38 points of articulation
l Suitability for 1/6th scale fabric costume and accessories "
Circular Walking Bookshelf
The Circular Walking Bookshelf, Cool, I don't know who made it.
[ Update: ] This bookshelf is part of a series called the Archive series, by architect David Garcia
The awesome steampunk animal sculpture by Ron Pippin.
Steampunk Professor Xavier Wheelchair
The Steampunk Professor Xavier Wheelchair by Daniel Valdez was made from a Victorian rocker from 1875, a Permobil C300 powered wheelchair, some pistons from a steelworks, an Arduino-based audio kit, and a drinks dispenser.
The MiniGuru keyboard has three layers of functions designed to keep your fingers on the home row.
"Meaning the index fingers resting on the F and J keys. Editing on a regular keyboard forces the right hand to constantly leave the home row for the cursor keys. Then find the home row again to continue typing. It takes time. And it’s not convenient.
The Miniguru puts the editing keys where they are in direct reach. On a second layer that is thumb-activated by the swirl keys. Fast and convenient. Only second layer keys are active when the swirl is pressed and there is a one key distance to the modifier keys and Enter.
Reaching for the mouse is another leave frome the home row. An integrated pointing stick helps with this. The buttons are at the front of the space bar, pushed with the tip of the thumb. "
Canon EOS Rebel T2i
Canon has officially announced their new 'cheap' DSLR, the EOS Rebel T2i. Featuring an 18 megapixel CMOS sensor, it can capture 18.7 megapixel stills at 3.7 fps and the ability to record Full HD video at up to 30 fps, along with 720p at 50 / 60 fps. Other features a 3 inch LCD display, an expanded ISO range of 100 to 6400, a 9-point AF, and the 1080p video shooting at 30 / 25 / 24 fps. The Canon EOS Rebel T2i will hit retail in March for , with a EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens kit at $900.
3M Littmann Bluetooth Stethoscope
3M has partnered with Zargis Medical to develop a Bluetooth-enabled stethoscope with recording capabilities that can help physicians get more out of an exam. By being able to transfer recordings to a computer, one can assemble a historical set for analysis at a later time or share selective sounds with colleagues for a second opinion. It is the stethoscope that utilizes Bluetooth, both stethoscopes feature 24x sound amplification and proprietary Ambient Noise Reduction (ANR) Technology, which reduces, on average, 85 percent of ambient noise that can interfere with the auscultation experience.
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