Few cameras command the sort of cult attention that follows the Ricoh GR. With four digital versions to date, the fifth—announced today and simply named the GR—looks only to enshrine this status. The advanced compact category is full of point-and-shoots that come in around the $900 mark, with nearly every major manufacturer hoping to find a holy grail model that will marry portability and performance. The new GR comes as close as any we’ve seen.
To start, the body is structurally stunning. Even more discreet than the minimalist style of theNikon Coolpix A, the GR seems to be hoping to beat competitors at their own game. A slightly pebbled finish on the metal body adds grip, which is helpful given that the GR is lighter than it looks—there’s nothing worse than accidentally flinging your camera when you go to frame a shot
The Lego Block Bag is a scale replica made from yellow 100% cotton denim which has an unbleached creamy yarn running through it. Little flecks of cream and brown give the denim a lovely variation throughout the surface. Dimension: Height = 6 3/4”- 17 cm; Width = 9 1/2” - 24 cm; Depth = 4 1/4” - 11 cm
In 2010 Recon released the world’s first Heads-Up-Display-enabled snow sport goggles, capable of displaying real-time statistics like speed, altitude, time and temperature on a full-color micro LCD screen. Now, three years later, the innovative company introduces a faster, smaller, more advanced version of the Heads-Up Display (HUD) on a specifically engineered pair of polarized sunglasses. Driven by a miniaturized dual core processor, the Jet features everything from Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ANT+ and GPS to a high-def camera, dedicated graphics and a comprehensive suite of location-based sensors. Essentially, the Jet is as powerful—if not more so—than your iPhone.
By Ben on Tue Apr 30 2013 | Gear | ToyJapanese mech factory Sakakibara Machinery Works is out to make mecha lovers all over the world drool again, and wish they were a Japanese kid with a rich dad. The mecha manufacturers are rolling out, fresh from the factory, a relatively pint-sized ride-able mech for kids. The catch? It’s worth a bit of money and then some, at US$20,000. “The Landwalker” features a cockpit that fits one person, and walks on two legs.Source
C’UP reversible coffee cup
C’UP is a reversible coffee mug or more. Coffee, wine, liquor… You choose how and when to use it. Whether alone or in company you will give a new twist to one of life’s everyday pleasures. Enjoy! C’UP was born as a distinctive new piece to blend in with the home, a double cup or wineglass, in which you can choose the size you prefer