Dave Forbes’ LED-TV Lab coat set for Burning Man

by Mark R

I’ve seen attempts at mixing displays with clothing before, and they usually end up being a stiff screen on loose clothing. Yeah, it isn’t really a good fit, but Dave Forbes has created a 160 x 120 LED video coat that somehow plays video all over. You can watch a video of it after the jump, and you can see how it works. You can see that it is pretty …

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21-Day Litter Box

by Edwin

Cat owners will know that kitty poop can be quite devastating to one’s nose, and as a dog owner who has had cats in the past, I can vouch for that. Somehow, dog poop seems to smell less putrid than cat poop, but I guess other people with different breeds might beg to differ. To each his/her own, and cat owners might find the 21-Day Litter Box to be heaven …

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LEDMaps lets you use glowing pins

by Mark R

Some of us might have maps on our walls, with pushpins in them to show where we have been or where we want to go. Sort of like Julia Stiles character in The Prince and Me. Yes, I have seen it, and I prefer the original ending where Julia puts a pushpin in a map and doesn’t marry the prince. Perhaps the studio would have kept the ending if she …

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The Tsunami Escape Pod

by Mark R

I’m sure that some of our readers are still dealing with the damage of the Tsunami that hit Japan. It is difficult to prepare for a catastrophe like that, but two Boeing engineers are working on a way with the Tsunami capsule. I realize that the picture here is a really bad mock-up, but you can see how it would work. It is essentially a 7-foot ball that is made …

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Munich basketball court is in unnecessary 3D

by Mark R

Just so you know, you are seeing a basketball court, but this one is in 3D. As you have probably figured out, it is not NBA regulation. It is a regulation size, but some designer apparently had a lot of fun morphing it into a blob shape. If you want to see it for yourself, this orange-red tartan covered court is in Munich.

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Fujifilm Instax Mini 50s to capture impromptu moments

by Edwin

Yes, we know that summer is the time when you spend your time outdoors instead of being cooped up at home, zapping aliens and saving the earth yet again from another extra-terrestrial threat. For those who know that summer days can be extremely fleeting, it makes perfect sense to capture all those wonderful moments using a camera. Granted, most of us already have a digital camera in some way or …

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Summit iPad 2 cover from iFrogz

by Mark R

I have reviewed a lot of products from iFrogz before, and I usually think of them as iPad, iPhone, and iPod accessories for the masses. However, after seeing the iPad 2 Summit Case, I’m seeing a case that is quite classy. Seriously, if I was ever at a party full of rich people in tuxes and women in fancy dresses, I wouldn’t be surprised if the people in attendance had …

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Review of the VueZone System

by Mark R

I have been wanting to try out one of Avaak’s VueZone Systems for a while, and I finally got my wish. For those who aren’t aware of this technology, VueZone uses tiny cameras that you see to the left of this photo. These cameras are wirelessly synced to the “gateway” that you see on the right of the photo. All you need to do is set up the cameras, which …

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