Massive Multi touch screen in Las Vegas

September 10, 2009

This 18 x 4 foot “monster” was installed in the Hard Rock Cafe in Las Vegas and it is awesome.

3 HD projectors are beaming the content onto the glass.

but videos say more then words – I want one:

Keyboard Cat + Three Wolf Moon = Awesome

July 22, 2009

Three Wolf Moon is the most amazing shirt ever made, obviously. A shirt of unprecedented awesomeness that grants power, virility, “eternal life and the ability to displace time and space.”

OXEN is a two-headed design monster consisting of Shawn Harris and Emilee Seymour. A monster that decided to blend the World’s Most Awesome Shirt™ with the world’s most famous feline embodiment of schadenfreude, Keyboard Cat.

Behold the glory of Three Keyboard Cat Moon from Threadless.


Quoth Threadless:

Thank you, series of tubes for giving us "Three Keyboard Cat Moon." Once there were two separate Internet memes: Keyboard Cat – the loveable slapstick video closer, and Three Wolf Moon – the tee that launched a thousand satirical comments.

Now, you’ve morphed them together on Threadless via a design duo called OXEN to create a tee of historical proportions. In a matter of days, it’s become Threadless’ highest score ever, most votes ever, and most "I’d Buy It’s" ever. This tee is so ridiculous and amazing that we’re printing it now before the end of our scoring period!

Ironic jokes are just a fraction of what makes Threadless such an amazing place, and we thank you for weaving those tubes together to create the artistic diversity of our community.

Have at it!

– @bradyohalloran

Why I Love Japan #482

July 13, 2009

They build a life-sized Gundam. That lights up at night. And Moves.


Naturally, the internets are filling up with amazing shots of this thing. Particularly over at Pink Tentacle.

Why put up a giant Gundam? Oh, the 30th anniversary of the show or something. Not important. What IS important is that there is a GIANT ROBOT. In TOKYO. Hang on. This always ends badly.

Finally, the future is here!!

June 26, 2008

Mission Impossible: Astronauts will launch a paper plane from the International Space Station.

Finally, the Japanese have revealed plans to launch a heat-resistant version from the international space station and track its descent at up to 15,200mph.
All i can say is – about freakin’ time!!

Read the rest here.