Entertainment

Like Football Or Hockey? Check Out These Collectors Helmets

If you're a hockey or football (American football) fan, you'll appreciate these collectors helmets from AMORI STEELE. Two collector's hockey masks and 6 collector's football helmets, covered in eye-popping art work, make up AMORI STEELE's Prestige and Home of the Brave collections.

Hark All Ants: Solar-Powered Backpack Converts Into Picnic Table

Meet the Technopicnic solar-powered backpack made in Spain that converts almost any urban space except  for maybe a highway into a picnic table. Read on for more on this clever and innovative wearable tech design.

Shockproof And Waterproof, The Photive HYDRA Is One Rugged Speaker

If you're an outdoors person, who loves their technology, then you'll dig the Photive HYDRA Speaker. Listen to your music while hiking, camping or rafting and don't worry about the shockproof and waterproof speakers. They'll hold up under extreme conditions.

Rage Room: Smash Random Objects, Not Your Husband, Following The Ashley Madison Controversy

It's pretty fun to smash things, and the world is catching onto the trend as businesses designed to help people relieve anger have been sprouting up like wildfire over the past few years. Smart entrepreneurs know that passive aggressiveness just isn't enough of a release for the frustrations of today's society, and they're giving people a fun and cathartic outlet. Today's technological advancements make services like this one more necessary than ever - especially following the Ashley Madison scandal.

Frito-Lay Japan Jumps On The Minions Bandwagon With New Banana Cheetos

The billion-dollar grossing film Minions has made the titular characters a worldwide phenomenon while endowing products they promote with a rare appeal... or should that be a peel? Case in point: Banana Cheetos from Frito-Lay Japan.

Hallucinogenic Sunglasses Render A Sober LSD-Style Kaleidoscope

If you are so inclined, dazzling visuals can be yours without the negative aspects associated  with hallucinogenic drugs. if you are wondering how, read on to learn more about Hungarian deisgner, Bence Agostin, and his unique pair of psychedelic mood sunglasses.

Tesla Meets Knight Rider: The Youxia X Electric Sedan

Youxia Motors' striking X sedan might look like a Tesla Model S but its inspiration according to the company's CEO is KITT, the talking Firebird driven by David Hasselhoff in the hit 1980s television series Knight Rider!

Electric Runway Closes Gap Between Fashion and Technology

The boundaries separating fashion and technology are only limited by the confines of the human imagination. Read all about Toronto's Electric Runway and how its recent showing explores the integration of these two important elements in modern life.

TeaBagging Tea Bag Breaks Stuffy Tea Drinker Molds

If you are a devout tea drinker who is tired of being perceived as rigid and uptight then you’re in luck. Letting it all hang out has finally come to the world of tea sipping. The teabagging tea bag is the perfect way to let onlookers know that you don’t fit their cynical molds.

Fractal Design Builds "Sleek And Elegant" Home Theater PC Case

With an exterior that will "fit in any space or room", Fractal Design's Node 202 enclosure promises to combine a low-profile, low-noise design with enough room for fast graphics cards. Those who dislike the Corsair Bulldog's aesthetic ought to take a look at this.

Corsair Bulldog: Console-Size, 4K-Capable Living Room Gaming PC

With a strong focus on 4K-res gaming, Corsair has brought together their PC case, cooling, and power expertise for their Bulldog DIY PC kit. It'll handle some really high-caliber hardware, all while being small enough and quiet enough to fit into your home theater setup.

Hyperkin Smart Boy Morphs Your Smartphone Into A Game Boy

Time to dust off those old GB cartridges. Hyperkin's Smart Boy smartphone cradle intends to make your iPhone or Android phablet into Nintendo's circa-1989 handheld console, going so far as to include a working cartridge slot.

St Louis' Grown-Up Friendly Playground

It's summertime, and as far as I'm concerned the season is all about fun and adventure. Travel may not be in the budget, but that doesn't mean you can't have new experiences that make 2015 a memorable year. It's easy for adults to fall into the trap of "acting like grown ups" or putting all the focus on creating fun times for the children. But there's nothing wrong with letting loose, getting back to basics, and having the kind of fun you may have forgotten you can have as an adult. One business has made playtime happen.

Robot Turtles: A Board Game To Teach Preschoolers Computer Programming

A growing trend in children’s games is the combination of technology and traditional toys. Toys like Avakai, apps like Osmo, or video games like Bloxels require children to play with actual wooden dolls, puzzle pieces, and blocks in order to get the most out of their smart toys and iPads. This is because inventors know it is best to learn with tangible concepts and toys. Computer programming is fair game too. Robot Turtles is a board game which teaches kids the fundamentals of programming and coding.

Swim In Movies: A New Take On The Retro Drive In Concept?

Every summer, many Americans flock to the drive in movie theaters to see their favorite retro flicks or new blockbuster releases. Although drive in movies are still popular today, there are far fewer operating theaters than there were a few decades ago, and some things have changed. Speakers no longer have to be pulled through your car's window as was once necessary (now, audio is available through a specified radio station), for example. What hasn't changed are the kids in pajamas or the pickup beds loaded with blankets and teenagers. But now, one concept could totally reinvent the drive in - and driving isn't even part of the equation.