It is the Stealth-X from Snolo Sleds, the carbon fiber snow sled that glides and corners like a rally racer. Fold it up, strap it to your back and hit the backcountry. "The Stealth-X has a seating position that makes you feel like you are sitting in a race car, it has steering ability, and it has speed. Early test runs on an average gradient slope showed it was capable of in excess of 65 km/hr (approximately 40 miles an hour), but uniquely for a sled it can also maneuver and stop in much the same manner as a snowboard using your feet and your body positioning."
From Christopher Nolan, Interstellar is in theaters November 2014. "In the future, governments and economies across the globe have collapsed, food is scarce, NASA is no more, and the 20th Century is to blame. A mysterious rip in spacetime opens and it's up to whatever is left of NASA to explore and offer up hope for mankind."
Gigs2Go is a credit card-sized pack of 4 thumb drives housed in a 100% post-consumer recycled paper pulp enclosure. When you need to share something, you simply tear one off and give it to your client or friend. The drives are mostly biodegradable. They come in three sizes: 2GB, 4GB and 8GB, the cheapest one being only $30 and the 8GB drives setting you back $40.
Richard Gottardo set out on a trip to Jasper National Park that ended up lasting two days and covering over 1000km to witness the awesome sight of the Rockies shrouded in fog. The end result was over 3300 photos shot over 18 hours put together into this timelapse.
The Vigo wearable energy gauge is developed to monitor a driver's eyes for drowsiness, alerting them when their focus might be lapsing. It works on a similar principle, yet aims to expand this to other everyday tasks that are likely to induce those heavy eyelids. The gadget uses a built-in infrared sensor, an accelerometer and an algorithm to monitor your level of alertness by tracking your blinks and your body's movement. When it detects sleepiness, the device "nudges" the user, alerting them to their drowsy state and prompting them to re-focus.
To ensure the act of cracking open a cold one doesn't cost someone the shredded shirt off their back, Austin, Texas-based Criquet has designed a dress shirt with reinforced tails that can handle the toughest twist-off while protecting your hands from sharp metal edges.