Monday, October 5, 2009
Here is a futuristic watch concept that uses a modulated laser scanner to projects the time onto the surface of your wrist. Designed by Andy Kurovets, the Invisible Shot Laser Watch uses only a low-powered laser beam so that it won’t cut your skin off. I want to purchase this watch, but unfortunately it is only a concept.
External looks and performance are two essential aspects that a buyer considers more than other things before buying a vehicle. But, if you are one of those who give preference to the performance over looks, the WaterCar Python is an amphibious car that moves on both land and water with ease. Powered by GM-sourced V8 from the Corvette ZR1, the Python can reach from 0-60 mph in just 4.5 seconds with a top speed of 100 mph on land. Featuring a Dominator Jet Drive propulsion unit, the WaterCar can reach a maximum speed of 60 mph on water as well. Claimed to be the fastest amphibious car in the world, the WaterCar Python weights 1,725 kg and comes custom-built to meet your preferences with 60,000 exterior and 4,000 interior color options.
This modern Digital Peephole Viewer will soon replace the old optical peephole in your house. You can easily replace your existing peep hole with this viewer in five minutes. The device is easy to use. You just need to press the button to view, and then press it once again to zoom in. The Digital Peephole Viewer requires a couple of AA batteries that will last about 1,700 views. The Digital Peephole Viewer is priced at $138.
DSquared² brings a shoe that is specially designed for every woman out there who knows how to appreciate high fashion and couture. With unique charms and fabulous layer of pearls, I’m giving cosigning up for this shoe only for around$1,096.
Supra offers yet another new colorway in their popular Society high top, the signature design from team rider and pro skater Terry Kennedy. Created for their Holiday 2009 footwear lineup, the sneakers feature a full grain leather upper with a nice combination of black and blue hues. Retailing for $136 USD, they are now available through the Factory 413 online store.
Labels: Stupid kicks
Friday, October 2, 2009
Exemode comes back to the digital photo frame market by releasing the Yashica DVF828. It is actually a digital photo frame that comes with a built-in scanner. The gadget comes jam packed with an 8-inch (800×600) display screen with a 1GB of internal memory, a memory card slot for storage expansion, and a USB port. The scanner can accepts up to 10cm x 15cm pictures at a 1200 × 1800 pixels resolution. Exemode will launch the Yashica DVF828 on October 24th, 2009 for 24,800 Yen ($277).
these two colorways of Supra’s beloved high-top, the TK Society, weren’t expected to hit retailers until the end of the year. Lucky for us, the models have been released ahead schedule, hitting CCS and other skate shops earlier this week. If the Burgundy leather and Black suede models meet your sneaker fix, you can grab a pair for around $135.
Thursday, October 1, 2009
The latest timepiece from Casio comes in the form of the Casio Cubic Puzzle Watch. Available in blue or black, the water resistant watch features a long case with a custom designed LCD display, and buttons that are arranged in a Tetris like layout. Other features include a rubber case and band, and a built in stopwatch. If you are interested, you can pre-order the Casio Cubic Puzzle Watch for $89.95 each.
People use different kinds of print and electronic tools, including newspapers, books, online newspapers, weblogs and forums, as a source of information in their day-to-day life. Amalgamating the features of print and electronic media, the “Infinite Book” by designer Ewald Neuhofer is a new form of media that transforms paper into digital media. A missing link between the digital and analog worlds, the Infinite Book lets you scroll through a digital book or media by flipping pages, like a normal book, so you could read the digital book with analog navigation. Touting a touchscreen interface, the electronic device combines the clip and “infinite folding,” allowing the users to fold it for easy storage as well as transportation.