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Star Wars Parkour - Jedi Free Running

By Ben on Wed Jul 31 2013 |
Gear | Video
The Jedi free runners are Jeremy Carpenter and Sinjin Cooper.
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Smartwatch lets you control it using simple gestures

By Ben on Wed Jul 31 2013 |
Gear | Gadget
The Hot Watch smartwatch is a device that allows you to control some of its functions via simple gesture controls. With just a wave of the hand, the smartwatch allows the user to answer a call, reject a call, or dial a favorite number. With Patent Pending Hands on Talk Technology that redefines what you can do with a watch, enabling you to send and receive messages while allowing you to make private calls without touching your phone. In addition to calling functions, the Hot Watch also supports apps for SMS messaging, as well as weather, stock, pedometer, and social networking. There's also a function that automatically dials an emergency number if the wearer suddenly falls down. The device will cost $169 for those not pledging early support on the company's Kickstarter campaign, the campaign at the Kickstarter.
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Outlaw Soaps

By Ben on Wed Jul 31 2013 |
Outlaw Soaps
Gear | Men
These awesome smelling handmade soaps come in manly fragrances like “Fire in the Hole” (campfire, gunpowder, sage, whiskey and bacon) and “Hair of the Dog” (whiskey and coffee).
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iPhone Fan

By Ben on Wed Jul 31 2013 |
iPhone Fan
Gear | Gadget
Fan attachment for your iPhone, features flexible blade material. At thinkgeek($13) and Amazon($3).
  

William Trubridge - Freediver

By Ben on Wed Jul 31 2013 |
Gear | Video
William Trubridge dives deep on a breathtaking journey into the big blue sea while by land breathing the zen of freediving. William Trubridge is a world champion and double world record holding freediver from New Zealand. He was born in the UK but moved to New Zealand when he was 18 months old.
As of 2013 Trubridge held the world record in the free immersion and the constant weight without fins disciplines, and was the first to break the 100m barrier unassisted.
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"Bodyscapes" by photographer Carl Warner.

By Ben on Wed Jul 31 2013 |
Bodyscapes by photographer Carl Warner

Bodyscapes by photographer Carl Warner

Bodyscapes by photographer Carl Warner
Gear | Pic
"Bodyscapes" by photographer Carl Warner.
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Baby Stroller from ŠKODA car AD

By Ben on Wed Jul 31 2013 |
Baby Stroller from  KODA car AD

Baby Stroller from  KODA car AD
Gear | AD
It is much taller than any conventional baby carriage, at two meters high and has wing mirrors, hydraulic suspension, oversized brake calipers, anti-stress grips, headlamp beam and 20 inch alloy wheels. It also has adjustable lumbar support and nice upholstery. This Baby Stroller is from the new Octavia vRS advertising, a high performance family car by Skoda. I want a baby stroller like this.
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16-Bit Iron Man 3

By Ben on Wed Jul 31 2013 |
Gear | Video
It started as an art project, but quickly grew into a full blown homage to Iron Man 3, retro-games, and the 1990s.
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Magical Bottle Opener Can Pour Wine Without Popping the Cork

By Ben on Tue Jul 30 2013 |
Magical Bottle Opener Can Pour Wine Without Popping the
Gear | Tools


A new opener from Coravin pours a glass of wine without the need to open the bottle. No, this is not magic or osmosis at work here, but rather, a thin hollow needle is used to pierce the cork to get to the precious fluid inside. The science behind the system is a simple matter of preventing the inevitable chemical reaction between wine and oxygen. Normally, when you pop the cork on a bottle, the wine tannins inside the bottle begin to interact with the oxygen in a process called oxidation. Now, by combining a wine preservation system with an opener (or at least a pour spout), wine enthusiasts can enjoy wine by the glass without sacrificing the bottle. The device clamps on to a bottle of wine and the needle is inserted through the cork simply by pressing down on the unit. Argon is then introduced into the bottle through the needle and the resulting pressurization forces out the wine into a waiting glass. No oxygen is let into the bottle during the process and the needle is small enough so that the cork naturally seals itself upon removal. The Coravin 1000, the price is $300. 
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Incredible & Crazy Sky in Upper Michigan!

By Ben on Tue Jul 30 2013 |
Gear | Video
The video was taken by Jason Asselin in Michigan and it's a visual mind trip. The bubbles of orange cotton candy clouds are actually known as Mammatus clouds, which basically means cloud pouches (the bubbles) that hang underneath the base of a cloud.
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