Justin Timberlake's new video Tunnel Vision has just hit the internet and was initially banned from Youtube for its NSFW content. Youtube later backed off stating that they now viewed the nudity as art. In the video Justin's clothing is entirely from the AllSaints line. About 2:25 in you will see the outfit above. It's understated but sharp. Taking classic lines and fusing them with modern cuts like the pipe cut on the Chinos. Just in case you haven't seen it here's the. And it's definitely not safe for work.1. Shirt: Duncan denim shirt ($145) 2. T-Shirt: Resident Crew T-shirt ($68) 3. Pants: dark gray Pipe Chino pants ($128) 4. Shoes: black Trap boots ($248) 5. Watch: DLC Black Submariner Rolex ($TBA)
The Deus Ex Machina Grievous Angle Motorcycle ($TBA) started off as a Yamaha SR400. The Yamaha is one of Deus Ex Machina's favorite platforms to customize. This particular bike is a slimmed down cafe racer with a cool retro look. Customizations include a Nitrohead's ducktail solo seat and tracker tank, K&N pod filter kit, CV carb, bead blasted engine case, gold brake calipers, and AVON Speedmaster tires. If you want a bike like this shoot them and email on their site.
The new 2016 Mercedes-AMG GT ($120K) is a bad boy. Mercedes' in-house performance shop has created a real powerhouse to challenge the likes of Porsche, Jaguar, and Aston Martin. The AMG GT features a 4.0 liter biturbo V-8 that pushes 503 horses and 443 lb-ft of torque. This will get you from 0-60 in about 3.7 seconds. The engine is paired with a seven speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. The interior comes with a huge touch screen infotainment center. I personally think it would look better without the screen. It sticks out like a sore thumb.
I spent the last weekend cleaning out my son's closet to prep for some new organizers. After going through the piles of junk I came across a small plasma globe we must of gotten from Five Below. At most it's 3 or 4 inches in diameter. He threw some batteries in, it and we can't stop playing with it. It's one of those things you just mesmerized by.So of course I jumped online to see if we can find something bigger to go with his new decor and came across Plasma Globes By Aurora Plasma Design ($499). The company says these are museum quality globes that are 22" tall, have a globe that's 15" in diameter and sit on an 8" inch high stained & lacquered natural maple veneer base. They offer a multitude of plasma effects to match your taste, and stand behind their work with a nice 1-year manufacturer's warranty. Right now I'm trying to decide between the Tyrian Purple, Genesis Series II, or the Emerald Fury.
Will Leap Motions' 3-D Gesture Control Device ($80) be a mouse killer? Only time will tell. The Leap is a small device that sits in front of your computer screen, plugs directly into your USB port and calibrates with a single step. The leap allows you to do a wide range of computing tasks like navigating your OS or browsing the internet, to creating and manipulating 3-d models. What's cool about the Leap Motion is that it allows you to fine-tune sensitivity, create your own custom gestures an string multiple Leaps together to create a larger interaction space. If it can handle document editing and standard mouse gestures accurately, such as selecting sections of text and right and left clicks, Leap my just turn out to be the king of the hill. Check out this [video_lightbox_youtube video_id=mQkKyOOyLSs width=640 height=480 anchor=video] of the Leap in action.