Google Maps mash-ups are just the breast, aren't they? Especially when they're as time-sucking as James Bridle's Rorschmap, which turns satellite images of the world into kaleidoscopes worthy of being stuck at the end of a plastic tube.
OK Go, the mastermind musicians behind the awesomest music videos, recently revealed their latest creation: All Is Not Lost. It puts the camera underneath a glass panel to get a trippytastic and revealing view of people in skin-tight body suits.
I fear you may get sucked into the Kaleidoscope watch if you stare at it too long. Though it may take you the full length of the video to work out how to tell the bleedin' time on it.
Annamika is a neat new iPad app that lets you run any image of your choosing through an animated kaleidoscope. That includes screenshots of other iPad apps. Ready to get meta?
Kaleidoscopes: Fun for five minutes when you were a kid until you discover the joy of the opposite gender. KaleidoVid, however, is fun for considerably longer, because it involves your phone!
Even if this tent were just a tent, it's fashionable enough to seriously covet. But because it's a concept with ubertech, the tent produces enough electricity to power a small town and connects to the internet wirelessly.