It takes a whole lot of special effects to bring a comic book to life on the big screen. So what does a movie like Sin City: A Dame for Kill look like before all the after effects are applied? The answer is basically nothing like the actual film. See the trailer below.
Fred & Friends is selling these Slide Whistle Straws. Cool, but seems like it could get real annoying real quick. "Wet My Whistle is an awesome reusable drinking straw that also works like a slide whistle!"
The HyperLip was created by French designer Sascha Nordmeyer back in 2009 as an art project. Now they’re back and are being used at the Olympus Photography Playground traveling exhibition, with the next event taking place in Cologne, Germany on September 11th to October 5th, 2014.
A Collection of Classic American Automobiles by popchartlab. big pic! "Take a drive down memory lane with this chart of all-American motorcars and automobiles. Perfect for pistonheads who never lack an opinion on the manifold matters of rack and pinion, this chart of cherry rides (and a few legendary lemons) is ambrosia for all appreciators of American craftsmanship—and just like the cars it depicts, this print is produced right here in the USA."
Image via Noonee Essentially a pair of mechanical pants that can lock in place, the Chairless Chair acts as a brace that any weary worker can wear at all times, and then simply lock into place and lean on when the opportunity presents itself. "We are a startup offering you a low cost leg exoskeleton that allows you to sit anywhere - the Chairless Chair. A chair that walks with you."
According to a recent report from The Verge, Microsoft will be holding a press event on the 30th of September, and the company will be showing off a Windows 9 preview. The company is also reported to be working on another new version of Windows, which is a combined version of Windows Phone and Windows RT, Microsoft recently announced their plans for one major platform, with cross platform apps for all devices. I just use window 7...
Utilizing electroluminescent (EL) materials, these helmets are surrounded completely in an attention-getting glow. It powered by a small controller that has three mode selections: constant glow, blink, and off. The controller uses two AA batteries and lasts 13 hours when using 2000 mAh NiMH rechargeables. The controller easily clamps onto the helmet via the space between the shell and the padding or via a curved adhesive mount. All LightMode controllers mount to the right side to keep the left side free for Bluetooth communication devices. It is currently up for funding on kickstarter.