If Canadian lumberjacks came up with a stove to heat their cabins deep in the wildeness, that stove would probably do a good job in the majority of todays homes. The Bullerjan ($2000+) is a convection oven built on the stoves devised by lumberjacks. But not only is it highly functional, buts its a beautiful piece for any room in your house. You can get the Bullerjan in five different sizes (6 kw to 45 kw) and three different styles.
Luna sandals are made for the outdoors. I don't mean just strolling around the park, but made for hiking and running. The Luna Venado ($65) is a considered a street sandal. It's perfect for all of your outside activities including running on paved surfaces and ever so often some off-roading. Luna also offers other sandals which can take on any trails you throw at them. The Venado is handmade in Seattle. Has a 6mm Vibram neoprene sole and two footbed options. The MGT footbed is made for wet and muddy conditions and improves traction and durability. The Pittards High-Performance Leather footbed adds comfort and helps your sandals form to your feet. So whether you're looking for an everyday shoe or something that can take on the roughest trails, Luna has a sandal for you.Related: 23 Of The Best Men's Sandals
Unless you've been living under a rock, you're starting to see the start of the virtual reality phenomenon. We've mostly seen it used for gaming. But google wants to change that. The Google Tilt Brush ($TBA) gives you the ability to paint in 3D. Google's tagline for Tilt is," Your room is your canvas. Your palette is your imagination. The possibilities are endless." The program will be released with the HTCThe program will be released with the HTC Vive ($829) virtual reality headset, which is available for preorder now with shipping expected in May. To get it working all you have to do is setup the Vive, install Steam, launch Tilt Brush, start creating your masterpiece, and share with the world.
Ferrari just unveiled its Ferrari California T ($205,000) just prior to the Geneva Auto Show and it's packing a little surprise. For the first time in a long time a Ferrari will have a turbocharged engine under the hood. The engine is a 3.9-liter Twin-Turbocharged V-8 that makes 552 horses and 557 lb-ft of torque. This setup takes the California T from 0-62 mph in just 3.6 seconds with a top speed of 196 mph. It also features a folding hardtop that can close in 14 seconds.
The Rezvani Beast ($119,000-$139,000) is a beast of a machine. Based on the Ariel Atom, the Beast has been released in two versions; the 300 & 500. The 300 comes with a turbo charged 2.0 liter the puts out 315 horses. The 500 switches things up with a supercharged 2.4-liter engine that pushes 500 horses. The 300 will get your from 0-60 in 2.9 seconds, while the 500 will get you there in an even more amazing 2.7 seconds. The fact the car only weighs 1,470 lbs helps a lot. Additional features include a carbon fiber body, rear diffuser, removable windshield, and 19-inch PUR RS05 wheels. If you have a hundred grand you're almost guaranteed to have the fastest ride on the block.
If you have a Honda CBR1000rr laying around then you'll want to pay attention. Bill Webb, an industrial designer with Huge Designs has created the CBR1000rr "Cafe Fighter" Bolt On Kit ($TBA), making stripped down cafe fighters out of the iconic CBR's. Bill says, “I wanted to embrace modern technology and create a refined streetbike with a minimalist, cafe racer philosophy". Bills kit includes a single seat tail assembly, mounts for critical sensors and gauges, and much more. Bill says if people like the design of the bike he can produce kits for 2009-2015 CBR1000rr's. So if you're interested make sure you head over to his site and let him know. You can read the complete article over at Bike EXIF.