"Victoria" saddle bag designed by Ian Mahaffy for Brooks(€160). Ian Mahaffy designed a whimsical handbag with the iconic saddle shape, and the portion of the bag that fits on the nose of the saddle. "By initially observing how women carried their bags while cycling and the problems associated, along with the problems of using existing saddle bags in inner city environments. We started to think about how a bag could be more integrated with the bicycle, make for an easier ride and be easy to add and remove."
Eye Asteroids is the first eye-controlled arcade game, created by Tobii, a company that develops eye-tracking tech. Debuting at New York's Dave & Buster's arcade this week, the game has just one button, and you only press it once to start. Once you do, the game uses a strip of infrared sensors below the screen to scan your eyes and calibrate the system. The Earth stands in the middle of the scree, all you have to do is look at an incoming asteroid, pause slightly to shoot and move on to the next target. You can watch the video of it in action. Each machine costs a reported $15,000, and there will only be 50 made.
Most of us will never know what it's like to be in the cockpit of a vehicle driving at 462 mph. But the team behind the Speed Demon have given us motoring mortals a tiny idea of what it might be like by recording a recent run with a collection of Replay XD1080 cameras mounted inside and outside the vehicle.
This is a $165 Solid Grey backpack. Made out of single piece of rigid polyprene (plastic) and would look even better painted like a ninja turtle shell. "These unique bags feature a folding hardshell design, EPDM foam lining and straps for keeping your tablet or laptop safe and secure, two interior compartments for keeping small items handy, a built-in document clip -- so your papers don't end up smashed at the bottom of the bag -- and a flexible fit, which means your back will like it just as much as your eyes do."