I need to keep these kinds of apartment ideas in mind. I plan on living all across the world someday, and I need a few small apartments across the globe that are easy enough to manage. An apartment like this would work nicely for a future nomad like myself. Ok, back to making the dream happen!
Google just announced their new Music Beta web application that basically allows you to upload music and play it from your browser or android phone / tablet device over THE CLOUD (I hate saying that). I highly doubt this will happen, but if Apple allows the service on the iPhone, I might have to forget about Grooveshark. *gasp*.
Sometimes I wish our music here in the U.S. was as cheery and uniting as the video showcased above. I can’t imagine a spectacle like this happening in the U.S. Everyone is so cautious with their outward identity.
The band in the video is a Korean pop duo called Norazo.
Damn it, now I need to dig deep into my pockets to scrounge up some cash in order to buy the supplies needed to create this space aged scooter. FANSCOOTER, I just like saying that word. Someone start selling these online. ThinkGeek, I am looking at you.
They call it ‘Neroware.’ Here is the company’s description of the technology:
“Neurowear is the name of our project to develop fashion items and gadgets using brain waves and other biosensor with “Augumented Human Body” as the concept. Other than the first project “necomimi”, we are planning to development other various items.”
The concept of this technology is pretty cool, but would anyone actually use it aside from the core niche of furry cosplayers?
We saw the movie trailer for Real Steel. Now witness the technology that will give birth to the future that is ROBOT SPORTS. Soon, the Lakers will be replaced with giant 10 foot robots that will be dunking on baskets while their creators sign sneaker deals. It’s the future, guys. Just accept it already.
I ordered the Dead Space 2 special edition and was rather disappointed when I discovered that the Plasma Cutter toy that comes with the special edition was a scaled replica (I should have read the fine print). I have a hard time holding the toy correctly. It feels like I am holding the Noisy Cricket from Men In Black.
Apparently, YouTube user kipkay also thought the special edition bonus toy was lacking in awesomeness, so he went and switched out the LEDs with a set of high-powered lasers. Oh, snap…
What’s cooler than the zombie horde? A zombie horde proof fortress! Duh! And if you don’t own one yourself, you best map the closest fortress to your place of residence so you know where to run once it gets all 28 Days Later in your neighborhood. Also, remember to bring an offering with you. You don’t want to be empty-handed, pounding on the door of the fortress, whilst the man over the door intercom says they have no room for you due to low food rations.
The photos below showcase what we insane zombie movie nerds would describe as the ultimate zombie proof fortress. This “house” (as they are calling it) has the capability to completely seal itself off from the outside world with sliding / folding concrete covers. It ultimately transforms itself into a giant concrete block.
I imagine this is what the internet police looks like. That or some kind of zany new villain from Doctor Who.
The photo below showcases a new high-resolution night vision head set developed for the military (probably in 3D cause that’s all the rage these days). The details are boring, but if you want to know more you can read up on the press release over at engadget.