• Earl Thomas Will Be Throwing Bone Crushing Hits in These Jordan VII Cleats On Sunday

    This Sunday Earl Thomas will be sporting his staple Air Jordan VII’s, but this time with a little more flair. Thomas is known as one, if not the best defensive player in the entire NFL and this weekend he’ll be looking to secure that notion. The Thomas exclusive Air Jordan VII cleat features an action green and navy upper, the Air Jordan VII cleat is certain to shine under the bright lights. A chrome plate nods to the ultimate prize, the championship trophy, and an updated Air Jordan VII graphic on the tongue and heel pays homage to the brand’s award-winning history.

  • Imgur’s new GIF tool is the Future of the Internet

    Imgur’s latest installment in it’s attempt to recreate the GIF is finally upon us. Their new video to GIF tool is actually quite simple, quickly select a clip from a streaming video like YouTube, then turn it into a GIF. Imgur’s new format of GIF is called “.gifv,” which is essentially the same thing with some key differences, like it’s playback and save feature. This makes for a very high quality looping video, that’s a relatively small file, but if you’re looking to embed the video onto a site or email, makes it difficult. For page embedding, it’s no different than embedding a streaming video, but email is much more tedious and probably not worth the effort. Here’s an example of the quality preserved when using the format. The steps are as easy as uploading a link to the streaming video – chopping the video to your liking – waiting a few minutes for conversion – then copying an embed link. Unfortunately, you can’t remove soul patches. There are definitely some hiccups with the tool, that will no doubt be worked out in the near future. The text overlay feature has some bugs and it’s always unclear whether you’re going more »

  • The Leatherman Multi-tool Tread is Man’s New Best Friend [Watch Wednesday]

    The Tread bracelet is a new man-bracelet from the minds of Leatherman. A multi-tool bracelet that was thought up after the president of Leatherman was denied entry at Disneyland “I was stopped at the gate by security for carrying a knife, when what they had actually seen was my Skeletool. I was unwilling to give it up, so they made me take it all the way back to my hotel room. I knew there had to be another way to carry my tools with me that would be accepted by security.” After the concept of the Tread was thought up, The Leatherman team thought of adding a time piece element to the product. The Tread QM1 will feature a unique Leatherman-designed and Swiss-made timepiece with precision quartz movement. A shock resistant sapphire crystal ensures scratch resistance for heavy duty wear, and the curved watch limits reflection and increases outdoor visibility. Available Fall 2015

  • Use This Map To See Where Google Fiber Is Going Next

    Google said Tuesday that it will bring its fast Fiber Internet service to four additional metropolitan areas, but not necessarily every neighborhood in those regions. The new areas are Atlanta, Charlotte and Raleigh-Durham, N.C. and Nashville, Tenn. The service offers speeds of one gigabit per second, about 100 times faster than the average broadband service in the U.S., in Kansas City, Austin, Tex. and Provo, Utah. Google had said it was considering expansion to nine new metro areas. The four new areas incorporate 18 cities. Google said it is still considering whether to bring Fiber to the other five metro areas: Phoenix, Portland, Ore., Salt Lake City, San Antonio and San Jose, Calif. Many investors and analysts consider Fiber an expensive experiment, or a ploy to encourage other broadband providers to upgrade their networks. However, Google executives say Fiber is a real business and the company is trying to build its service more efficiently. Read Google’s side of the story and see all the maps on WSJ >

  • This Device Transforms Your Phone Into An Instant Camera

    With the ubiquity of digital cameras, there has been a death of actual physical photos. Printing out photos at home never turns out all that great and finding a place to get your digital photos professionally printed isn’t always convenient. But now a San Francisco-based company has solved these issues by putting a new spin on the old technology of instant cameras. Prynt is an instant camera case with a modular design that fits a variety of phones. The case has its own battery, so it won’t drain your phone’s, and no ink is necessary for the prints. A 10-pack of photo paper will retail for $5. And most impressive of all, the Prynt software captures video while you are snapping your photo and after the print is completed, scanning it results in the captured video playing on any phone, not just the one that took the picture. The impressive tech recently hit Kickstarter with a modest $50,000 goal. With 34 days remaining, over $100,000 has already been pledged. Reserve yours now starting at just $99 with shipments expected to begin in August.

  • Style Watch: The Lyin’ King

    This winter, dress exactly like your favorite stylish liar. With a few simple fashion tips you’ll be able to replicate the hottest trend for this year’s northeast casual wear. Whether you’re having drinks with a few friends in the heart of Boston or giving an impromptu press conference, a knitted crew neck sweater complimented with a light cotton tee, warm winter boots, a retro style knitted cap and some close to the hip jeggings are all you need to sweat through this winter’s hottest lie season. Patriots quarterback, Tom Brady followed these style tips perfectly at a local press meet up earlier today. J. Crew Solid Graphite Crewneck Sweatshirt($69.50) Hanes Classics Men’s Traditional Fit ComfortSoft($11.99) New England Patriots New Era Navy Blue Classic Sport Knit Hat ($24.99) Super Stretch Jeggings ($59.00) UGG Men’s Classic Short Boot ($170.00) Nike Ball Pump ($10.00)    

  • The Mouse-Box Is The Future Of Portable Computing

    For the last decade, computer manufacturers have offered flat-screen monitors with built-in computers that you just need to plug a mouse and keyboard in to. It’s a great way to save space, eliminating the need for a tower and clearing up precious desk and floor real estate, but for portability, it just doesn’t work. After all, how often are you going to tote around your monitor? But now a Polish inventor has managed to fit a computer into the smallest peripheral–the mouse. The Mouse-Box contains a 1.4GHz ARM processor, 128 GB of flash storage, Wi-Fi connectivity, two USB 3.0 ports, and a micro HDMI port encased in a mouse. Just connect a monitor and keyboard, and you’re good to go! And in a world where cloud computing is more and more commonplace, these specs are good enough for most day-to-day office work. The device is still in the prototype phase and a price has yet to be set, but the team behind the Mouse-Box insists it will be cheap and available globally. We can’t wait.

  • Sell Your House and Buy This Panerai Luminor Submersible 1950 Carbotech [Watch Wednesdays]

    Impress your friends. Impress your boss. Impress the world with this Panerai Luminor Submersible 1950 Carbotech Watch. It’s the same classic Panerai design introduced in the 1940s, but oh-so-much better. The massive 47mm case is molded out of a beastly carbon fiber based composite that make’s the Carbotech the absolute first of it’s kind. Utility features include a rotating dial for immersion time, water resistance down to 300 meters, a P.9000 calibre automatic movement, a screw-on titanium back with a hard black coating and the envy of everyone around you. It’s a beautiful thing. How else could you be expected to spend a cool $19,500. Mortgages are for the birds and birds don’t dive 300 meters into the ocean, because that’s what you’ll use it for. Panerai Luminor Submersible 1950 Carbotech

  • Nike Unveils Full Super Bowl XLIX Collection

    Nike celebrates the road to Super Bowl with the new NFL Nike Super Bowl XLIX Collection. As an official on-field uniform, sideline, baselayer and practice-wear supplier to the NFL, the collection mirrors the electric atmosphere of the championship game, drawing inspiration from the shifting expression of the Arizona sky.

  • Explore The Andromeda Galaxy In 4K [Video]

    A couple weeks ago, the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope captured the largest and sharpest picture of the Andromeda Galaxy. The full image, capturing 100 million stars and thousands of star clusters across 40,000 light-years, is 1.5 billion pixels and would require 600 HD screens to view the full image. We don’t know about you, but we don’t have that kind of set-up. This video allows you to explore the image on your small single screen. But pump the quality up to 4K and watch it fullscreen and we guarantee you won’t be disappointed.

  • The Original Apple Watch Resurfaces After 20 Years

    When you think of an Apple Watch today, your brain most likely jumps to the images you’ve seen for the coming smart watch, but that wasn’t exactly the companies first time piece. The Original watch was a promotion timekeeper given out in 1995 as an incentive for users to upgrade their Macintosh OS. The original design has been given a second production series and is now available for purchase online and you don’t even need to upgrade to grab one. 

  • 85 Iconic Photos Of Buzz Aldrin On His 85th Birthday

    Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin was born on January 20, 1930 in Glen Ridge, New Jersey. Aldrin turned down a scholarship to MIT in order to attend West Point, where he graduated with a mechanical engineering degree in 1951. He served as a fighter pilot during the Korean War, flying 66 combat missions in F-86 Sabres. Aldrin was selected as part of the third group of NASA astronauts in 1963. He was a pilot on Gemini 12, the final Gemini mission, in 1966. In 1969 he made history along with Apollo 11 crewmates Neil Armstrong and Michael Collins, when they reached the moon. Aldrin retired from NASA in 1971 and retired from active duty in the Air Force in 1972. Since then, he has made a rap video with Snoop Dogg, voiced cartoon versions of himself on The Simpsons and Futurama, and explained the Apollo 11 mission to Optimus Prime in Transformers: Dark of the Moon. The photos in the gallery are from the Apollo 11 era. There are photos of training exercises before the mission, photos captured on the lunar surface during the mission, and celebrations after the crew’s safe return. For hundreds of more incredible photos, check out the Apollo more »

  • These Abominable F-Bom Goggles Defrost on Their Own

    Foggy goggles are the worst. The bane to every down hill daredevil’s existence. These new Abominable F-Bom Goggles aim to rid the world of fog forever. The trick; they use a Klair technology made of heat conductive transparent film and sandwich it between two-part Carl Zeiss lenses. They’ll run for up to 7 hours in active mode, or up to seven days in on-demand Boost mode, are available in a variety of colors and with a variety of lenses, and take only one hour to charge up over USB, get yourself an external USB charger, and your fog problems are over.$250 F-Bom Goggles

  • Face-Hacking is Real and it’s an Insane Sight to See

    PSFK recently published a video on a new type of facial recognition technology dubbed facehacking. Facehacking combines face movement with 3D projection mapping in real-time, basically a projector casts an image onto a real time face while a tracker keeps that image fixed on the owner even while in motion, the motion tracker follows the owner’s facial movements and can even blink on demand. “Facehacking works by coordinating the face tracker to specific points on the wearer’s face, which lets it track its lines, contours and position. Using those points as reference guides, it’s possible to project an image onto the face that both fits and follows with pinpoint accuracy. In this way, it’s similar to the motion capture outfits with the ping pong balls you readily see in “making of” documentaries.” Though Facehacking is still just a concept, it’s amazing to see where the world of CGI meets reality is going. Check out the full Vimeo video here or check out a quick sample below.

  • Omega Speedmaster Grey Side of the Moon [Watch Wednesdays]

    Omega’s newest Dark Side of the Moon Edition Speedmaster has gone Grey. The Moon edition pays homage to the astronauts who’ve landed during the Apollo missions. The Process for acheiving it’s grey color is pretty insane. The 44.25mm grey ceramic case that’s subjected to an insane 20,000º C for three hours in a plasma chamber to achieve the correct color, and continues with a sand-blasted 950 platinum dial that serves as an elegant backdrop to the black plated hands. Available TBD at Omega

  • Meet The Boy Genius Whose Mind Controlled 3D Printed Robotic Arm Shook The Hand of President Obama

    Teenage pop singers and movie stars can go kick rocks because Easton LaChappelle is the most interesting teenager in America. That’s not even an exaggeration. There are things in this world that people take for granted. Tying your shoe. Driving. Walking on a slippery kitchen floor. For people with prosthetic limbs every day life is like a climb up Everest in the middle of January but if 19-year-old robotics engineer Easton LaChappelle (@eastonlachappel) has anything to do with it his 3D printed robotic limbs will change the world in the next decade. This is his amazing life story in 6 minutes (or less).

  • We’re Giving Away this Bern x Wu-Tang Brand LTD Helmet, So you Can Protect ya Neck ( And Head)

    From the mountains to the mean streets of Shaolin Bern Unlimited has collaborated with Wu-Tang Brand LTD for arguably the most bad-ass protective helmet on the market. The limited edition Bern Watts helmet offers comfort and protection plus a unique Wu-Tang design throughout. We liked the collab so much we reached out to Bern for an official RSVLTS x Bern x Wu-Tang Brand LTD giveaway for our readers to have the chance to be a part of the killah-bees. Don’t forget to find out what your Wu name using this Wu-Tang Name generator. Whether you’re on your board, bike, the slopes, or in the water, the Watts, will have a model to match your needs.  The Wu-Tang’s infamous W logo is set on the back right of the helmet with a ghosted Wu-Flag and beehive honey comb pattern on the back as well. The Clan’s signature yellow is accented throughout the strap and colors on the matte black helmet. a Rafflecopter giveaway The EPS/Thin Shell model is a certified helmet for both bike and snow. This model uses a thin ABS shell lined with EPS Foam to create a burly lightweight lid. A certified helmet is designed to crack and more »

  • Science is About to Replace Mixologists With a Less Smug Machine

    Mustache wax and suspender stocks plummeted recently after news that the Somabar had surpassed it’s Kickstarter goal. The Wi-Fi connected craft cocktail appliance created specifically for the home kitchen has once day left on it’s Kickstarter page, but it has already reached nearly 6x it’s goal of $50,000. Mixologists across the globe, be afraid. This is only the beginning. It can make over 300 drinks. How does it work? Simply, fill the Soma pods with your favorite ingredients – alcohol, juice, syrups – and you’re ready to start experimenting. It’s static mixing technology ensure’s your cocktail is thoroughly mixed before it is dispensed into your glass, then, boom. You have yourself a perfectly mixed cocktail. The only thing missing that look of distain you’ve become accustomed to when asking what it recommends.

  • Liquor Bottles Find New Life As Light Fixtures

    What do you do when you finish a bottle of booze? If you’re in college, you probably keep the empty bottle as a trophy to be displayed atop your refrigerator for some odd reason. If you’re just an old alcoholic like me, you amass a secret collection then quietly take them down to the recycling bin in the middle of the night so nobody can ever know how much of a lush you truly are. But apparently, instead of being ashamed, we could have been transforming the empty bottles into awesome light fixtures. Moonshine Lamp Company recycles booze bottles into all sort of lamps, sconces, and chandeliers. When you think about it, it makes perfect sense. Distillers spend big bucks designing uniquely-shaped bottles and throwing away these works of art is ridiculous. And truth be told they make for better fixtures than the run-of-the-mill, mass-produced junk you find at big-box retailers. Check out the incredible selection from Moonshine Lamp at their Etsy store. And if you don’t see your favorite bottle, be sure to request a piece at Moonshine Lamp Company.

  • You Can Own An Impressive Replica Of The President’s Desk

    We’ve all dreamed of being President of the United States at some point in time, but then we remember all those beer bong and keg stand photos that are still on our Myspace accounts that we can’t remember our passwords to and realize that the public would never accept such shenanigans. Oh well. But even if you can never be Leader of the Free World, you can at least own a replica of the President’s Resolute Desk. The story of the desk begins in 1852 when the HMS Resolute was abandoned by its crew while searching for the Northwest Passage. It was eventually discovered by American whalers and the American government purchased and refurbished the ship before returning it to Queen Victoria as a gift. The HMS Resolute was broken up in 1879 and Queen Victoria had its pieces used to construct a desk gifted to US President Rutherford Hayes. Since then, the desk has been used by every President aside from a decade-long exhibition by the Smithsonian Institution following the assassination of President Kennedy in 1963. Now an impressive, museum-quality replica of the iconic Resolute Desk is available to class up your personal Oval Office. Available in solid oak more »

  • The New Ford GT is The Best Car Detroit Ever Saw

    Ford has just unveiled the absolute best care that’s ever donned the Ford emblem. The GT supercar which is an ultra-high-performance car, set for a 2016 production date, features a new twin-turbocharged Ford EcoBoost V6 producing more than 600 horsepower, advanced light-weight and aerodynamic technology. The GT is one of more than 12 new Ford Performance vehicles coming by 2020. It joins Focus RS, F-150 Raptor, Shelby GT350 and Shelby GT350R in the growing Ford Performance lineup.

  • Shure Is Bringing Professional Recording To iPhones and iPads

    Smartphones and tablets are capable of so many things, but because so much is crammed into a small device, they don’t excel in any area. Recording is one such example. If you’re just making a quick voice memo, that’s one thing, but if you need to capture quality audio, the built-in mic just won’t cut it. Have no fear, the number one name in mics is here to help you out. Shure has announced MOTIV, its new line to enhance mobile recording. Featuring three different microphones, the devices are Shure’s first made for the Lightning connection on iOS devices. The $149 MV88 is a digital stereo condenser microphone that comes mounted on a 90-degree hinge. The $199 MV51 is a digital large-diaphragm condenser microphone with headphone output for monitoring and a kickstand. The $99 MV5 is a smaller digital condenser microphone also with headphone output. Also available for $99 will be the MVi digital audio interface which will allow you to connect XLR mics and 1/4-inch instrument cables from guitars or keyboards to your PC, MAC, or iOS device. The Shure MOTIV line will be available this summer along with ShurePlus Motiv Mobile Recording App, allowing for easy recording and more »

  • Bullet Bottle Opener Crafted From a Real .50 Caliber Round

    Crafted from a real US Military 50 caliber Browning Machine Gun bullet, this bottle opener is badass. It’s expertly machined and polished to last you years and years. And if you’re just a little goofy like us, you can stick googly eyes over the hole and it’ll look like your Bullet Bottle Opener has lots of personality!

  • Mercedes-Benz F105 Autonomous Concept

    This year will very likely be the year autonomous cars breakthrough into the mainstream, with Tesla, Google, BMW and now Mercedes delving into to the world of self driving cars. Though most claim to be street ready, most companies are taking baby steps toward fully autonomous, like a self braking or parking system. Mercedes newest concept, the F105 Autonomous concept is the newest to hit the floors of a car show near you. The lounge like interior features exterior LED fields to indicate control mode, a seamless, monolithic exterior, six display screens that respond to gestures, eye tracking, and touch. The electric hybrid system has a total range of 1,100 kilometres, including around 200 kilometres of battery-powered driving and around 900 kilometres on the electricity from the fuel cell. This enables the F 015 Luxury in Motion to cover distances similar to those of a comparable diesel-engined car, but purely on electric power with zero local emissions.

  • This Panasonic Smartphone Just Put Your Phone’s Camera On Notice

    As our smartphones grow larger and more powerful, many of us no longer feel the need to also carry around a digital camera. But the problem is that even the best smartphones have fairly mediocre cameras. They’re fine for Instagramming, but when you blow up your shots, the limitations of your phone’s camera are immediately apparent. Panasonic, however, is looking to change that. The Panasonic Lumix CM1 features a 1-inch sensor delivering 20-megapixel shots, a 28mm Leica lens, and full manual control of settings. Oh, and it’s also an Android smartphone with a 4.7 inch HD display, 2.3Ghz quadcore processor, 2GB RAM, and 16GB internal storage with microSD slot with up to 128GB support . But Panasonic has put so much focus on the camera that they are calling the device a “communication camera” rather than a smartphone. How does it compare? Although many consumers simply pay attention to the amount of megapixels, and 20 is damn impressive for a phone, it’s the sensor that plays a major part in image quality. And the Lumix CM1’s 1-inch sensor dwarves the competition. The iPhone6, for example, only has a 1/3-inch sensor while even the camera on the highly-touted Nokia Lumia 1020 more »

  • Montblanc Just Reinvented the ‘Smart-watch’ Wheel for the Better

    At this year’s Geneva watch trade show, SIHH2015, Montblanc made a strange announcement. They’d be diving into the smartwatch market, sort of. The luxury good manufacturer would release a new kind of watch (band) called the Montblanc Timewalker Urban Speed collection, with an interesting option called the e-Strap, a piece of wearable smart tech which features a high-end leather and carbon fiber strap with an electronic module made from DLC (diamond like carbon) coated steel or in gray steel placed at it’s base where a watch buckle normally sits. The e-Strap is a no frills piece of wearable technology that notifies it’s wearer of basic calls, texts, e-mails, calendars, social media, and reminder notifications, while also serving as an activity monitor/tracker with a a pedometer and accelerometer to measure data that feeds into an included iPhone or Android phone app. Montblanc claims that the e-Strap will offer five days of continuous use between charges with the internal lithium ion battery. It has a micro-USB charging port right in it. Montblanc claims that the e-Strap is shock resistant and splash resistant and will be available with all 42mm or 43mm wide Timewalker watches. It will offer a 0.9 inch monochromatic OLED more »

  • Your Snowboard Is About to Get Smart

    It was inevitable. Your snowboard is now a computer. Japan based tech company, Cerevo has released specs and information surrounding it’s sensor-enabled smart bindings. The bindings will attach to any board and track movements, foot and weight distribution as well as board flex. On top of all that nerdy info, pretty LED lights will ignite under your feet as you shift your weight from heel to toe, back to front. FUN! The XON Snow-1 app will also keep track of riding speed, GPS and video graphics to overlay your run. The configured data isn’t neccecerily meant to coach or guide you, but strictly informational so you can see what you specifically do as you ride. Pizza when you should be french frying. The XON Snow-1 will be available in the fall and will cost between $400 and $600 and come in small, medium and large sizes.  

  • The 1,234 Satellites Orbiting Earth [Infographic]

    If you’re wondering why no cool alien races have made their way to Earth, it’s probably because they don’t want to attempt to navigate through all the damn satellite traffic we’ve created. With the Soviet Union’s launch of Sputnik in 1957, humans have been sending these technological marvels into orbit for purposes of communication, research, and probably lots of spying. There are currently 1,234 operational satellites in orbit, with the oldest launched way back in 1974. And this infographic breaks them down by use and country. There’s a lot of info and if you’re having trouble reading, click on the image for the full-size version.

  • Infographic Showing Top Websites Since 1996 Proves How Quickly Things Change Online

    In the mid-1990’s sites like Webcrawler, Netscape, and Excite probably thought they would rule the internet forever. How quickly things change online. It may seem Google, Facebook and others are indestructible this fascinating graphic by Washington Post takes us from 1996, through the heart of the dot com boom and into the social media age, to prove that although you might be the top site of the moment that probably won’t last forever. Expand the image here

  • Leave It To An Astronaut To Make The Greatest Space Time-Lapse Video Of All Time

    European Space Agency astronaut and geophysicist Alexander Gerst already put every other Twitter account to shame when he posted daily pictures of the Earth from the International Space Station @Astro_Alex. But that wasn’t enough for him. Although he returned to terra firma in November, he’s still dominating the Internet. Check out this time-lapse made by combining 12,500 images Gerst took during his six-month stay aboard the ISS. For best results, be sure to watch it fullscreen and in 4k.

  • Best Boots for This Winter

    This winter promises to be dastardly, yes like the villainous Dick Dastardly and his snickering canine sidekick, Muttley. I picture them reigning cold winds and snow upon the city when I picture the powers that be, responsible for terrible weather.  So what do you need to prepare for the worst of the worst, the inevitable frigidness of January/February? Boots. You need Boots. Insulated, cold weather proof, slush-kickin’ boots. So we’ve compiled a list of the best all purpose winter boots for the winter season. Timberland Eathkeeper The Earthkeeper is a great looking all-season boot that will last the test of time, in fact, will look better with age. Made with recycled/sustainably sourced materials, the Earthkeeper will do the job Timberland is renowned for without sacrificing looks A great commuting or shoveling water resistant boot. Timberland Eathkeeper $180 __ Native Shoes Jimmy This shoe is dry and light. If you want a minimalist boot with fleece lining and a bevy of great color combinations give this boot a try. With it’s sleek ivory signature sole, the Jimmy is both stylish and practical. And light, oh so light, don’t ever worry about slushing through the snow trying to pick up each leg with both arms. more »

  • The 60th Anniversary Vanquish is Made of Recycled Aston Martin Parts

    For the Vanquishes 60th Anniversary each limited edition Vanquish has been styled by the Design team at Aston Martin Lagonda working with the bespoke personalisation service: Q by Aston Martin. Each part of every car has been handpicked meticulously from each era of the last 60 years to create a final product that would make Dr. Frankenstein shed a single tear. The cars are limited to a quantity of just 6, so if you want one better call up uncle Rich (Branson).

  • The Limited Edition SPACELIFE “Astronaut” Jacket

    It’s every child’s dream to literally reach for the stars. Fly up in a space shuttle and float amongst the stars. We’ll there’s a very slight chance that dream is a reality today, but that doesn’t mean you can’t dress like your favorite astronaut. SPACELIFE‘s limited edition jacket will serve as not only a replica novelty item, but also a practical jacket made of the highest quality materials used for “Astro-fashion”. In anticipation of a full line of astronaut influenced gear set to drop next September, SPACELIFE released specs from their limited edition jacket. The design of the jacket takes inspiration from the classic spacesuit and offers many technical features as well as excellent protection from the elements . The exterior of the jacket is made from a unique trilobal fiber which is both waterproof and light-reflecting. The hood includes built-in speakers, controllable via Bluetooth® or via the integrated remote on your sleeve which also allows you to effortlessly control your phone. The jacket comes in a special SPACELIFE ambassadors kit, containing various space-inspired accessories. The jacket is currently available for pre-order at €1499 (approximately $1876 USD) and limited to 100 pieces. September 2015.

  • Jaguar Showcases Augmented Reality Windshields [Video]

    Jaguar Land Rover, the UK-based auto manufacturer owned by India’s Tata Motors, has developed an incredible new kind of windscreen or, as we call it in the President’s English, windshield. First of all, the 360 degree windshield eliminates any blind spots. The roof pillars that usually obscure the driver’s view are fitted with screens that show just what it looks like outside, offering the driver an uninterrupted view of their surroundings. Another bit of awesomeness is the “Follow Me” Ghost Car Navigation that displays a simulated car ahead of you so you can safely navigate without having to look down at your GPS. Hopefully further down the line Jaguar will offer some DLC that transforms the other cars on the road into Mario Kart characters.