Tag Archives: technology

Weird Decision Maker to choke your brain

We do not know what is the logic and principle this Decision Maker follows to make you get the right decision. But it can be a fun gift, and if you look at the available decisions units, it seems yet another navigator to let the destiny play its role and replacing the tossing coin game altogether. However, it is being publicized for those who have many things to deal with such as VIPs and leaders of communities. And it helps through these decision units: maybe, reorganize, no, tomorrow, sit on it, yes, today and pass the buck. With 75% off, it is available for $6 at Chiasso. Via: gadgetizer

Instablogs expands its gaming channel with Portagames Blog

Welcome open-heartedly our new launch portagames.org that is an attempt to wrap-up the huge gaming world into the small blog with latest launches in the portable gaming industry. The blog comes with information regarding new console launched in the market, updations in the equipments and other hot stories that will never let go outdated. Your precious ideas are invited in to serve you the best.

Geek-a-Cycle for fitness freak geeks!

Do not think that it will ride you somewhere. However, it does adds a bit of action in your monotonous sitting posture. Geek-a-Cycle offers an opportunity to have some exercise as you pedal miles on it without even thinking about it. A light exercise at your computer improves blood flow and increases oxygen level in all the parts of your body. It stimulate your cardio-vascular mussels and increased heart rate strengthens your heart, thus inhibits blood clot development. I want something similar for cellphones also  Available for $350 like ipad 3.

Onion Goggles to guard you against grating onion vapors

Definitely, technology has answers to almost everything, and this time it melts the nauseating onion vapors which you face each day. Here comes the Onion Goggles, constructed with comfy foam seal, it fits well on eyes and keeps off onion vapors or onion-related parts from getting up into your eyeballs. White colored goggles comes with a storage case for $19.95. Via: gizmodo

Wacky DVD Rewinder

The DVD rewinder is here to drive you crazy and do experiments with music as you wish with its exclusive Centripetal Velocity Spindle. The tracker spins discs backwards and plays a sound "rewind" with the option of your voice sounding "rewind". The DVD Rewinder can rewind all types of disc CDs, DVDs, and even Console Games. It also has an additional MP3 port and a built in slot for disc cleaner. However, it’s use is up to you. The novelty costs $16.49. Via: blogofwishes

USB Buddha laughs as your system crashes

A wacky idea by a nerd who had lots of time in his hand. He/she took a bronze statue of laughing Buddha and incorporated in it a chip and a USB port. What does it do? It laughs at your misery. How? When your window crashes the Buddha will laugh. Windows known for its crashing abilities means lots of laughs by this fat Buddha. Well, this thing never hit the selves of the market but it can be a good do it yourself project. Anybody interested. Via: Therawfeed

Helmet that will help you to smile

Want to smile when you cant here’s the remedy. Here a helmet that will make you smile as someone approaches you. Pretty weird! It has a sensor fitted on the top that detect anybody within a 2 meter range at which point the mouth is pulled into a broadest grin ever by a small servo motor and some concealed fishing wire. Check out the video here. If you do not want to smile just keep away from the 2 meter range The helmet is a must have thing for all those persons who are in service business like such as air-stewards, receptionists and politicians. The helmet addresses the facades of social interaction and explores our responses to affected expressions. It is modeled by Brendan Walker. Via: Ubergizmo

Sense your mobile calls with Egg Clock Mobile Phone Sensor

Eggs may be the best meal of your breakfast, there is a gadget that will encourage adding lots of eggs to your banquet. The Egg formed digital clock is not only a time piece but detects incoming mobile phone call signals, in a radius of 2 meters, through the aerial on the top of its head. Now you may put your mobile on silent mode and watch the Egg shaped table piece jumping up and down to indicate your mobile phone calls. You can own the cool piece for $18.94. Via: techtickerblog

Day Clock: A clock that does not shows time

You must be shocked? But it’s true this is a clock which counts days of the weak instead of hours. And has proved to be very use full for people like me, who are particular about the hours, minutes and seconds but often mess up with days due to very busy schedule. More over it feels much better when u see the days of the week passing in this clock and it makes you aware of approaching weekend. I think I can spend $40 for this product have the pleasant feeling of my approaching weekend. What about you? Via: shinyshiny