These are the light-up LED pasties by Sasswear [ Amazon link ]. They cost $32 a pair, are rechargeable, come in a variety of different shapes, colors and flashing patterns, and are the perfect pasties to give a strip club patron a seizure. The included batteries last over 20 hours and are replaceable when tapped. Sasswear also notes that their LEDs light up the pasties' entire surface area, and their rainbow flash of colors can be seen several blocks away. Wow.
The Prynt Case turns your smartphone into a Polaroid camera. It’s a case for Android and iPhones that will contain a tiny printer and up to 30 sheets of paper. The current prototype takes around 50 seconds to print one picture, but the hopes are that by the time all the hardware elements are properly integrated, this figure will be cut down to about 30 seconds. Prynt CEO Clément Perrot says that the case will only cost $99 when first made available via a Kickstarter early next year and will be able to support flagship phones with ~4.x-inch screens.
Food Ministry’s Cake in a Can. Cake in a Can is available online for £5 (about $9). "A stylishly designed can containing chocolate cake ingredients. Make a delicious cake in the can in about 15 minutes simply by just adding water."
Mike Wilson, a professional parkour and freerunning athlete, wanted to do something special for his 5-year old son Jayden, who was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumor. Mike writes." "I had a replica Spider-Man suit made so i could surprise my son on his 5th Birthday. Unfortunately he has been diagnosed with a Grade 4 Brain Stem Tumor with an average of 1 yr to live. I'm so proud i managed to do this for him, and secretly filmed the surprise with my Go Pro 3+ :) Today he is still with us fighting it all the way, but at least he has Spiderman to take care of him." Here Jayden's Support Facebook Page.
This video from Hoonigan, featuring Ken Block, is one of the most crazy wonderful tours of Los Angeles I've ever seen. The custom Mustang is also wonderful. This video is 12 minutes long but felt like 30 seconds. It’s definitely worth a watch.
By Chinese pop star Wang Rong. "(translated by Google) Wang Rong latest Divine Comedy “chick chick” MV premiere! In the creation of this song, the song of the concert, there is a very daring stunt, lyrics melody part from start to finish no more than five words, chickens, hens, rooster, cuckoo day. Singing subversive uses a variety of sounds were imitating animals, listening to really feel the joy when the farm and see the animals in the song and dance group."