If your into shredding, you know that being the camera guy is the least fun part of your day. You have to slowly ride ahead, get set up in the right spot, and film your boys killing the park, or slashing the freshy that your watering at the mouth to carve into. God forbid your boys want to do a follow along segment, you pretty much have to pray you have them in focus and in the frame, because looking at the camera, the mountain, and other riders never really works out too well, until now.
The 355 Camera Snow Goggle is part of the new Summit Series of ski masks with integrated cameras. The hands-free snapper has a 5-megapixel image sensor that’s also capable of recording 720×480-pixel videos with audio. Controls are laid out on the right side of the snow goggles and are large to facilitate users wearing gloves. The eyewear has 16MB of internal memory which can be expanded via the microSD/SDHC card slot.
The 335 Snow Camera Goggle has an estimated retail price of $149 and should be showing up in June.
How many times have we seen around the internet the news of some awesome concept car that may or may not be hitting the streets sometime around 2090. It all seems like a fantasy, and most of the time it is, basically because these concept cars are not practical. 600K for a concept Audi? A million for the new Lambo? Who can really afford these things? Well not to be outdone, the Motorcycle manufacturers decided to cook up a little day dream of their own. Below are some of the newest and most unique concept cycles that we have ever seen. A Mad Max bike? A bike by Jaguar that looks like a Jaguar? These bikes are enough to be considered auto porn, and we condone that. Just the looking part. You can check out this link for all the descriptions.
Developed exclusively for the RDT by JMJ Wetsuits, these one-piece full suits feature iconic uniform colors & rank insignias from Star Trek: The Original Series. These wetsuits are not novel gimmicks, they are the real deal, made using the highest quality materials and expert craftsmanship. Each individual wetsuit is custom made and tailored to your exact measurements for a perfect fit and unmatched performance. This is the ultimate in warmth and exposure protection when exploring strange new worlds!
These red wine glasses are based on the 7 deadly sins. Each glass encapsulates a sin, which is revealed through the ritual of drinking. The ‘7 Deadly Glasses’ are about celebrating passion and encouraging the user to be sinful in a theatrical fashion.
Handmade in England. Limited Edition. Available to order here at the designer’s, Kacper Hamilton, website.
Detroit designer Bob Turek’s been focusing his work on “transforming the way we view the objects we make music with”. He also happens to have made a stereo from naked people and that’s what the Body Stereo is all about.
It’s easy to take his latest piece as titillation but actually I’d quite fancy having this 36″ x 18″ x 12″ audio art creation sitting on my shelf. I don’t suppose sound quality was the first thing on his mind but provided he’s put some reasonable drivers in, it should be ok.
No mention of whether or not he’s managed to jam a sub-woofer where the sun don’t shine and I’m a little curious as to what that second jack is at the front – anatomical correctness, volume control or just another input?
French fashion giant Hermes has recently teamed with a Monaco yacht builder Wally to create probably the most badass yacht the world has ever seen. The eco friendly yacht is full of windows to allow natural light along with solar panels that cover the roof and sides to generate energy that is projected to save 200 tons of diesel fuel a year. This boat is more like your own movable island rather than a yacht. The price tag is 90 million if you feel like picking one up.
If you’re looking for the world’s fastest car, this very well could be it. It’s called the GT9-R, and it’s the latest product from Porsche tuners extraordinaire 9ff. Although based loosely on a Porsche 911, little of the end product is shared with the existing sportscar. Instead the GT9-R packs as much as 1120 horsepower in a lightweight custom body for a top speed in excess of 414 km/h (257 mph), making it arguably the fastest car in the world – faster even than the Bugatti Veyron. Only twenty will be made at an undisclosed price, but considering the “base” GT9 cost half a million euros, make sure you’ve got enough left over for gas and tires.
The world’s best dog collar has arrived. The Bark4Beer dog collar features a retractable bottle opener and dog collar combined. That means no more searching for a bottle opener when at a party or sitting on your couch, just call over your 4-legged best friend and start popping bottles. Now all you have to teach your dog is how to actually get in your pickup truck, drive down the street, and pick you up a 12 pack of Natty Light. Buy one today for $14.95 at their website here.
Given the outrageous alcohol prices at sporting and concert events, we’re not blaming you for sneaking in a little flask of Jim Bean. Sometimes it’s better not to take a chance getting your prized flask taken away going through security though, that’s where Disposable Flasks come in. These 7.5 oz. reusable foil pouches are portable, freezable, pocketable, and easily disposable, and feature airtight plastic lids that won’t leave tell-tale leakage marks on your clothes. They will run you $15 for a set of three and you can purchase them here.
One of the largest corporations on the planet, not to mention the world’s largest beverage company, Coca-Cola is a brand unto itself. Selling one of the most popular drinks ever, Coca-Cola could easily rest of its laurels, but the company is constantly evolving and transforming itself.
Despite the company being founded in 1892, the actual Coca-Cola formula and brand was bought in 1889, three years after it was invented by John Stith Pemberton. Today, Coca-Cola is so popular it is estimated that 1.5 billion Coca-Colas are served each day. However, with the company owning other drinks such as Oasis, Sprite, Fanta and Minute Maid, the company sees over 50 billion of its products served each day. Unsurprisingly, the companies profits are enormous – in 2008, they were estimated to be in excess of $1 billion.
The infographic below looks at the facts which make up the amazing world of Coca-Cola.