The Cicret Bracelet ($TBA) allows you to interact with a projected image of an android interface right on your arm.The bracelet is made up of a pico projector, a row of proximity sensors, an accelerometer and a vibration module. 16 and 32 GB are expected for storage options. It connects to the internet via wifi, bluetooth, and a mUSB port.A twist of your wrist activates the projector which allows you to do most of the things you can do on your smartphone like reading emails, browsing the web, and playing games.Right now the makers of Cicret are trying to raise enough funds to make it a reality. They expect the first prototype to by ready in the next few months.
If I were to describe the Y-3 QASA B-Ball ($435) with one word, that word would be funky. Y-3 is a line from Adidas, and this new basketball high-top will definitely grab some attention. The upper is made from neoprene, leather and mesh, with a cage-like TBU piece running from the base to the collar for additional support. Additional features include Yohji Yamamoto branding on the side of the outsole along with a "Y-3" patch on the tongue. [gallery royalslider="1" type="slideshow" ids="10840,10839,10838,10837,10836,10835,10834"]
I didn't believe this car was real the first time I saw the picture, but it is and it's scheduled to come out later this year. The Volkswagen XL1 (~$60,000) is supposed to get upwards of 260 mpg with a range of 680+ miles. But if you looking for top of the line performance to go with the great looks, look elsewhere. The XL1's 47 hp diesel two-banger along with its 27 hp electric motor will get you to 60 in about 12.7 seconds and tops out at 100 mph. More details are expected March 5th at the Geneva car show.
An entire flight crew taking ill during a flight and an ex fighter pilot with a drinking problem and a fear of flying taking control doesn't exactly sound like the perfect ingredients for a comedy, yet Airplane ($5) is a true comedy masterpiece. Directed by Jim Abrahams and David Zucker and starring Leslie Nielsen, Robert Hays and Julie Hagerty, this laugh fest will have you in stitches from the very beginning. Still an outstanding comedy 34 years after its original release, chances are you will still be splitting your sides and remember;
If you're thinking about renting office space or are looking for options for the in-laws, then you need to take a look at Cover Backyard Studios ($60,000+). These studios are structures built to your specifications to meet your unique needs. You can get started for just $250 where you will receive detailed designs and pricing information. When you're ready to build, Cover takes all of the hassles and guesswork out of the equation. Because they take care of everything including designs, permits, manufacturing and installation. Just sit back and relax. Cover Backyard Studios can start out as small as just a bedroom and bath, all they way up to a 2 bedroom unit with living and dining areas, a kitchen, 2 bedrooms, and 1-2.5 baths.
Here it is, the buying guide you’ve been waiting for – our guide to the best everyday carry (EDC) tactical essentials. Why so exciting? Why so important? Well, these tools and pieces of equipment are exactly the kind of thing that you need to have with you at all times. That’s why they’re essential. But it’s more than that. The items are also oh-so-cool, totally useful, and they make the best gifts (to a loved one, or even to yourself). They’re versatile, handy to have around, and they don’t cost the earth. Why wouldn’t you want these tactical essentials with you wherever you go? From watches to wallets, backpacks to flashlights, and much more, this is the only guide you need.