Roly Poly can either be considered the ultimate prank gadget, or one that's perfect for long distance relationships. If you choose the former, simply gift someone without telling them what it does, and then start making it move on its own at the most random of times. Unfortunately, there's no word yet on pricing or availability. Click here to view the first image in this week's internet trolls gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing why you should never snoop on your child's mail.
The Loch Ness Monster is a mystical creature who reputedly inhabits Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands. The most common speculation among believers is that the creature represents a line of long-surviving plesiosaurs. Ototo of Animi Causa has created a Loch Ness-inspired ladle called "Nessie" that will let the monster invade your soups when it's released in February. Continue reading for more pictures and the product link.
First came the Leatherman Wave, now the company has unveiled the Tread, which is basically a wrist-worn device that packs 25 different tools incorporated directly within its links. Each of the Tread's 11 links incorporate 2-3 tools; there's box wrenches, drivers, a cutting hook, glass breaker, screwdrivers, hex drives, and the clasp even comes with a built-in bottle opener. Continue reading for a video, more pictures and additional information.
SkyMall, the famous in-flight shopping catalog, filed for federal bankruptcy court protection in Phoenix on Friday, seeking a court-supervised sale of their assets. During their heyday, SkyMall catalogs could be found in the seat-back pockets on just about every airline flight. Xhibit (parent company) Chief Financial Officer Scott Wiley said: "With the increased use of electronic devices on planes, fewer people browsed the SkyMall in-flight catalog. The substantial increase in the number of air carriers which provide Internet access, and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration's recent decision to allow the use of electronic devices during take-off and landing, resulted in additional competition from e-commerce retailers and additional competition for the attention of passengers, all of which further negatively impacted SkyMall's catalog sales." Continue reading to see some of their strangest items ever.
Let's face it, plugging in a USB device can be a real pain, but this innovative design aims to solve that issue by including two connector plates inside the head. Simply insert the device and one side will be pushed down, with the other securely locked into the computer. This would be perfect for the USB-C port on the new 12-inch Macbook Air. Click here to view the first image in this week's demotivational poster gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of twins who have mastered the game of peek-a-boo.
Monster 24K Headphones might look like they cost a thousand dollars, but these can be head for under $270. Featuring swiveling ear cups, ControlTalk Universal, which lets you conveniently switch between songs and incoming calls, along with a loud aggressive sound profile. The ear cups are made of plush memory foam that provide ample room inside the circumaural (around-the-ear) design for your ears to breathe. Plus, there's a detachable cable that connects to the left ear cup, and the package includes an extra wide coiled cable for DJs. Product page. Continue reading for a video review, more pictures and additional information.
Officially known as the "Millennium 1200", this custom-built turntable is based on a Technics SL-1200 and fitted inside a Star Wars Millennium Falcon toy from 1977. Musical instrument repairman Marco Garza bought this old toy for a mere $2 and gathered additional parts from Green Guy Recycling. After all was said and done, it took approximately 9-months to transform this from toy to turntable. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an absolutely massive flock of birds in the Netherlands flying around
HoloLens by Microsoft is basically a futuristic headset with a transparent screen, enabling users to see the hologram in front of them while also seeing the real world a la augmented reality. Manipulating the holograms can be achieved through gestures and voice commands. Developers can use HoloStudio to 3D print the objects they've created in their holograms. NASA will be using HoloLens to view 3D holograms of Mars using images sent back by the rovers to let scientists feel as if they are walking on the Martian surface. Continue reading for a video and more information.
Anker's Rubik's Cube Bluetooth 4.0 Speaker is currently being offered for only $44.99 shipped with coupon code: DYGNZ6QR, today only, originally priced at $79.99. Powered by a 4-watt, 2-inch driver and topped off with a bass port, experience the clarity and volume of a boombox, without the bulk of one. Product page - be sure to enter coupon code: DYGNZ6QR during checkout for the additional discount. Continue reading for more images and information.
Experience your tunes in high definition and surprising fullness realized through a 4W / 2in driver and bass port - outclassing other similar-sized portable speakers.
Unrivaled 15 to 20-hour playtime powered by a built-in rechargeable 2100mAh Li-ion battery.
Automatically connect to the last-connected device when turned on enables one-step music streaming. Compatible with all
Bluetooth-enabled devices (2.1 and over). 3.5mm audio port for non-Bluetooth devices.
Outstanding connection range of up to 33 feet. Built-in microphone with a 2-feet pickup range allows the speaker to double as a speaker phone.
Revmedx, a company based in Oregon, has invented XStat, a small syringe that can seal gunshot wounds in seconds by releasing small rapidly-expanding sponges into the wound that exert pressure and stop blood flow. Available in two sizes (30mm / 12mm in diameter), it stops hemorrhaging and meant for wounds too deep to be compressed externally or with a tourniquet. Once the homeostatic material is inserted into the wound, it then expands from the inside out and stops the bleeding by creating pressure. The sponges found inside these syringes are all coated with homeostatic agent and contain a radiopaque marker for easy detection via X-ray. Continue reading for a video and more information.