UK-based Tech 21 have devised a real-life, mailable, flubber-esque gel that becomes rigid on impact. This substance dubbed "d30" is used to safeguard an iPhone or iPod Touch from owners with buttery fingers.
When our own Brian Lam beat up a blonde at Nextfest to test D3O soft body armor, we were...well, a little weirded out, but also impressed and a bit proud. But Brian, being the upstanding citizen that he is, refused to see the woman hit in the head.
Click to viewHere's a video of an attractive blonde woman being hit by a shovel wielded by another blonde. I swear, this is not merely lesbionic, but gadgety, too. She's wearing a knee brace reinforced with that D3O body armor gel/foam/flubber that gives her a +10 bonus against blunt weapons. No damage! [D3O via …