Peep these two utterly ace wingsuit pilots, Reiner Ebert and Ludovic Woerth, hit more than 150mph as they step off a mountain and scream through the air above the Swiss Alps.
One's big, one's small and the other's a wristwatch? That's what Phil McKinney, CTO of HP's Personal Systems Group, seems to be holding in his hand. Could it be a legit webOS tablet? Pre 2? Or a *gasp* webOSwatch?
Funky, futuristic wrist pieces are a dime a dozen on Gizmodo, so it's completely refreshing to see one so manually operated and backward-thinking in its design. Look closely though. That's not the time it's giving...
Despite the maker describing it as a "Horological Machine" and the thing looking like a miniature airplane that the dog got at, the MB&F HM4 Thunderbird is for telling the time with. It is a watch.
Do you remember that TV show Out Of This World with that girl who could stop time (+100 obscurity bonus)? Probably not, but I always wished I could do that. It's also the inspiration behind this concept watch.
There aren't many watches out there that can draw a crowd, but Geoffrey Cooper's "Geocentric" has that potential. The passage of time is represented much like the Earth revolving around the sun.
The iPod Nano's camcorder is pretty okay, but it's just so obvious—what happened to the days of camcorders hidden in tie-clips and eyeglasses? The wristwatch camcorder is pretty sneaky and surprisingly not ugly.
When does a watch cost as much as a house? When it's the gravity defying $250,000 Louis Vuitton Tambour Mysterieuse Calibre LV115 apparently.
Urwerk, the same company that brought us the ridiculously cool UR-202 are back with a new watch appropriately titled "King Cobra."
The most innovative attribute, is its unique single-pusher planetary-gear chronograph with striking system. A single-push piece activates three identically structured planetary gears that control the chrono functions. A patent has been filed for this original interpretation of the chronograph. As if that is not…
The Storm Synth wristwatch conceals the current time by mixing in the real hands with six decoys (the time can be determined by locating the hands with pointed tips). Seriously, can't we have watches that just tell us the time anymore?
First there was too many faces, and now diesel has done a 180 with a watch with no faces at all. What's next? Putting the clock on the back of the watch?
At first glance this watch appears to be nothing more than a thick, gaudy silver bracelet. But tucked between the joints are LEDs that display the time at the push of a button.
We first told you about the QuantumGravity tourbillion back in January, but now this physics-defying watch is ready for consumption by 10 very, very rich individuals with messed up priorities.
Casio's taken the wraps off the latest wristwatch in its adventurous Protrek line, the PRX-2000T, and the thin little thing is basically a streamlined weather station for your wrist.
Most of us now check the time using cellphones, but there's still a stalwart few that insist on wearing watches. With the Freestyle solar watch, they can cling to old technology while being eco-friendly.
To be honest, I'm not sure what I'm looking at here. But, the manufacturer assures us that it is a watch—a watch that can defy "all laws, including that of logic and most of all, of gravity."