Take a look at the new steel door that is now protecting one of the world's closest-guarded secrets, perhaps only second to Elvis Presley's current secret identity and location. It's the Coca-Cola vault, the new centerpiece of the World of Coca-Cola museum in downtown Atlanta.
Computer security researchers Mathew Solnik and Don Bailey from iSec Partners have discovered a way to unlock your car doors and start your car remotely using SMS sent from a laptop.
A "tall, burly" and "unruly" passenger on a Houston-to-Chicago Continental flight scared the shit out of his fellow passengers after trying to open one of the airplane's front doors. Maybe he just wanted to know what would happen, if he did that.
This worker at a snow resort has the right idea: don't squeegee an automatic sliding door if it can just squeegee itself. But don't ask me why she chose to wash it while it was still snowing though. [BuzzFeed]
When an Earthquake hits, what do you do? Typical Earthquake 101 tells you to run to the nearest doorway to protect yourself under the "strongest frame in the house". This bendable door is supposed to improve on that thinking.
Any secret door wins me over instantly, but a secret door that reveals Han Solo frozen in carbonite? Wow. Just wow. And it only cost $150 to install.
If you're going to have a door as elaborate and beautiful as this, you'd better have a damned impressive house for it to open into. Otherwise, it's all disappointment once you cross the threshold.
According to the the description, the man in this video is an engineering student in Pakistan. Anyone remember that old Far Side comic?
Oh the convenience of not having to use keys—that's what you get with a Bluetooth-enabled cellphone and BlueGuard, the automatic door opener.
The Revolution Door is a concept from New York designers Fluxxlab that puts otherwise-wasted kinetic energy from a revolving office door to good use—generating power. Fluxxlab's rationale is that humans exert a chunk of their own energy when pushing a revolving door around, and it may as well be captured via gears and…
It's not that we have any particular dislike for doors, it's just that, growing up in a barn, we never had any use for them. But with our current Balls-of-Fury-infused obsession, the Ping-Pong door is enough to change our minds. Housing a Ping-Pong table within an internal frame, the door...unfolds...for a quick…
Although normal locks are fine for the 20th century, these Samsung touchscreen door locks show that you're a man that doesn't settle for last year's technology. These locks, which come in black and silver for $180 (170,000 Won), have a Samsung cellphone-esque touchpad for easy number entry, plus aluminum alloy and…
For only $199, you can outfit your front door with a biometric fingerprint-recognizing lock that will remember up to 100 prints and is constructed out of stainless steel and PCB sealed with epoxy. In addition to the fingerprints, you can also get in via PIN number or mechanical key, which we guess is a fail-safe if…
Not the kind you're used to. This door has many slats with infrared sensors on their tips. When you walk up to it, the slats slide out of the way, conforming to your body. We've written about this, but here's a video of it in action.
After months and months of intense and rigorous research I have made a discovery. It is damn near impossible to get a key into a keyhole when sloshed into oblivion. It took a lot of work, but it is the truth—sorry, folks. This extremely cheap gadget—cheaper than what I would pay for a damn beer nowadays—will help…
If readers are anything like us—and we suspect you are, since you're reading this—the UPS guy comes to your door bringing goodies almost every other day. So wouldn't it be sadistic to scare the shorts off him with The Stranger door knocker? Yes, yes it would.