I should've known.
This heart-shaped pendant, made to look like computer parts, has LEDs that flash in coordination with your heartbeat. In the future, the pendant will even be able to log data regarding your heartbeat.
A sterile microchip clean room is just about the last place you'd expect to find juicy cultural remnants. That's why Intel's photo archive is all the more interesting.
We're all going to get old and wrinkly one day and it's a terrifying thought to most of us. That's why I really want to believe that these freaky Japanese rubber goggles will somehow make wrinkles disappear.
There aren't many details about how an iPhone is controlling the LEDs embedded into this jacket, but there is a video showing how quirky and fun it looks. There's also a claim that you can purchase it this fall.
Someday humans and computers will meld together to create cyborgs. But instead of waiting for it, Martin Magnusson, a Swedish researcher and entrepreneur, has taken the first step and created a wearable computer that can be slung across the body.
There's a theory* that geeky shirts, robots, and beer could not be any more awesome than they already are unless somehow combined. Naturally, someone had to test this theory. The result is surprisingly useful.
Sure, this girl certainly looks happy in her frilly dress made of recycled VHS tapes, but don't forget that a precious collection of movies may have been destroyed to create the garment.
I don't know what the point of making a skirt with panels that light up when facing north is, yet I just can't help but smile while watching the garment's creator hop and dance around with happiness about the design.
We've seen concept videos for apps that let us try on watches, but now we've finally got something we can actually play with. Now we can try on watches without ever having to put on pants and leave the house.
The lights dim as our evil genius slips on his jacket—only pausing briefly to admire the 200 laser diodes sewn into the garment. He takes a deep breath, exhales, and steps forward: "Pew pew." Everyone is blinded.
Ever try to slip a camera under a girl's dress? Just think of how much simpler amateur upskirting would be if you could just twist a knob to raise her skirt. Someone just needs to hurry and perfect this tech.
Once upon a time being alone meant you were unable to play a decent game of rock-paper-scissors, but now you can finally amuse yourself with just your own hand. Granted you'll have to actually make a glove like this first.
As a kid I had a pair of Barbie sneakers that lit up with every step. Sadly those aren't made in adult shoe sizes, so I'll have to settle for something like these slinky illuminated heels.