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Tweet Sleeve lets you wear your “mood”

Posted in twitter by Conner Flynn on April 26th, 2010

Wearable technology and social networking is just getting started. The other day we told you about Ping, the hoodie designed to keep your Facebook profile updated. Today we have the Tweet Sleeve.

It was designed by Vanessa Sorenson and visually displays the moods of your twitter stream on your sweatshirt. The Tweet Sleeve tracks your mood and emotions by scanning your tweets, lighting up LEDs on the sleeve display.

Individual Washer sorts your clothes

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on March 11th, 2010

This was bound to happen. Here’s a washing machine that will make it easy for those not skilled in washing clothes. The Individual Washer concept works differently than the typical washer. This upright washing machine has three compartments that will sort and wash your clothes together simultaneously.

Just put your whites in one section, reds in another etc. You won’t have to worry about color bleeding or bleaching and you’ll be saving water and electricity since it uses just one cycle.

Doctor Who Tardis zipperrobe

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on March 7th, 2010

So where does the Doctor keep his clothes? It’s a little known secret that he keeps them in this Tardis zipperobe, which is tucked away in a quiet corner of his actual Tardis. So he has a Tardis within a Tardis. True story.

Sorry, if you are on the large end of the spectrum, putting your clothes into this Tardis zipperrobe will not make them larger on the inside than on the outside. You will still need to lose weight.

Twitter: Follow Me Stockings

Posted in twitter by Conner Flynn on January 18th, 2010

Do you have sexy legs? Are you a Twitter addict? If you answered yes on both counts, then you can now show off your Twitter addiction by wearing these Follow me stockings. And with legs like that, yes… Yes I will follow you. At least until you turn around, scream “stalker” and kick me in the nads.

These white thigh high stockings feature a black “Follow Me Tatttoo”. They tell the world that you want more followers. Just don’t be surprised when guys actually start following you. One pair will cost you $23 on Etsy.

Equalizer Music Hat

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on October 25th, 2009

Equalizer Music HatHere’s a great Equalizer Music hat, just in time for winter. This equalizer hat features blue luminescent displays in either side, which light up to the beat of your music, so pump up those jams and keep fashionably warm.

Just plug in your MP3 or music player with a headphone jack to show off your tunes right on your head. It will cost you about $30 and will apparently make girls look cute as a button. It’s also a great way to annoy those around you on your commute.

Star Wars Jedi Bath Robes

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on September 27th, 2009

Star Wars Jedi Bath RobesCheck out these Jedi Bath Robes. They’re perfect for all of the nerdy Jedi secret meetings you and your friends have. You know, the ones where you re-enact classic scenes and spank each other with lightsabers saying. “Thank you sir, may I have another?”

Good times no doubt. And you’ll remain comfy through all of your shenanigans, since these Jedi robes are made of soft 100% cotton velour. Of course, the Jedi logo is embroidered on the front. And the hood is large enough that you can hide your face in shame when you wear it in public.

Vending machine for Jeans

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on August 27th, 2009

Vending machine for JeansYou can find a vending machine for almost anything these days. We’ve seen our share of strange vending machines, from weird to just practical. We aren’t sure which category this one fits into.

I suppose it would come in handy for the traveler who has soiled his Jeans and has to look presentable in a hurry. It’s from Hamburg based Closed jeans who set up a vending machine in Florence, Italy to test the concept. If it goes well, they will introduce it in train stations across Europe.


Buttcam is a girl’s best friend

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on August 26th, 2009

Buttcam is a girl's best friendWomen are always so concerned about what their butt looks like in new clothes. Rightly so. After all, us guys do our fair share of checking them out. Well now women have the Buttcam to help them out in dressing rooms, so they won’t have to ask “Do these pants make my butt look big?” At least in Australia, where the Buttcam has made it’s debut.

Aussie retailer Jeans West took simple video camera technology and created a way to let shoppers decide for themselves just how big that butt looks in pants. It’s a simple solution to a common woman problem.

The Baby Mop makes tots earn their keep

Posted in Humor by Conner Flynn on February 16th, 2009

The Baby Mop makes tots earn their keepWhy did I not think of this? With the Baby mop, having a baby means never having a dirty floor again. It’s brilliant! They call them rugrats because they are always crawling all over the floor anyway. Junior can make himself useful while he’s whining about that overflowing diaper. Put some elbow grease into it, give it a little drool for that extra shine.

It lets you get on with neglect while baby learns a work ethic. Child services may not like it, but I bet their floor is filthy. Too bad there’s no purchase information. Probably just a gag. Too bad, cause I think some swiffer pads on the opposite side would complete the suit.

DIY Toy Piano shirt

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on December 9th, 2008

DIY Toy Piano shirtEveryone is into fancy musical shirts these days. Shirts, shirts, the magical fruit, the more you wear ’em the more they toot. Or something like that. You can make yourself one of these wearable toy piano shirts if you have the know-how. This one was made by a crafty and crazy modder who gutted a toy electronic piano and then sewed it into the fabric of a shirt. Of course that includes the batteries, speaker, and circuit board.

It was shown at the DIY Festival in Zurich and it looks pretty sweet in a Tron sort of way. I’d be happy with just the shirt, minus the piano parts. Yes, more outer space wear please.

Immersion Scarf: When you absolutely, positively need to look like an idiot

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on November 2nd, 2008

Immersion Scarf: When you absolutely, positively need to look like an idiotThe Immersion scarf will instantly make you look like Snuffleupagus, wearing what amounts to a long erect snout on your face. The idea is that you will always be able to see those important text messages, even in direct bright sunlight. You could probably also play your PSP, or watch the iPod videos too.

Just understand that the humanity around you will be thoroughly creeped the hell out. Seeing one or two of these snout creatures on a park bench would freak me out and make me run home, where I would try to figure out if I was really in some tripped out David Lynch movie or not.


W-41: Your Social Media Identity on your clothes

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on October 26th, 2008

W-41: Your Social Media Identity on your clothesThe W-41 is a high tech shirt that not only holds BO, but soime interesting data as well. See that logo€? If you capture it with a cellphone, you’ll be whisked away to that person’s MySpace page, Blog, or other social networking site. Here’s how it works. You buy one of the pieces of clothing on the site that has this logo, which is unique to only you with your personal info. Then just wear it and do your thing.

If someone in the know passes by and they have downloaded the software on the site for free to their phone, they capture it. Your blogs and virtual identity are revealed and they can leave you messages or check out your social networks. You can get T-shirts and sweatshirts for women and men in vintage white, vintage black, and vintage brown. T-shirts are $49 and $56 for sweatshirts. Pretty cool idea. It kinda makes stalking that much weirder. Does this make stalking a bit more acceptable or not? I’m confused. We’ll if you have the shirt, I’ll be taken a pic. What about when the shirt gets worn? Will it take me to someone else’s page?

The LEGO Brick backpack holds schoolbooks, LEGOS

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on September 1st, 2008

The LEGO Brick backpack holds schoolbooks, LEGOSThe time is now for a LEGO backpack my fellow geeks. What with back to school and all. Obviously it’s awesome because it looks like a LEGO brick, but just think, it not only will carry your schoolbooks, but you can also fill it up with LEGOS so you can easily transport all your bricks and build something cool wherever you go.

I know what you’re thinking. Won’t I look uncool? Won’t I get beat up if I wear that? You just might and that’s not my problem. But I figure if you’ve got nerd nads enough to buy this thing, you probably have no problem wearing it whatever the consequences. Each of the little “brick nipples”(Hey, what do you call them?) is an individual zippered storage compartment, so it’s got plenty of storage.

LumiTop Bras highlight what you’re already looking at

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on August 17th, 2008

LumiTop Bras highlight what you’re already looking at
Want your girlfriend’s boobs to look like a luminous butterfly from a drug commercial? So does French design house Lumigram. Meet the Lumitop bra. It will illicit responses like “I’m up here!” as it seems to hypnotize you not with what lay behind it for once, but with it’s bright luminescent shine. Because there’s nothing sexier then a futuristic, luminescent babe right?

The bras are part of Lumigram’s new collection – light for style. It’s powered by 1.5V replaceable batteries, which will cause boob-shine for more than 12 hours and sports a small on/off switch. Current pricing is from 100 to 170 Euros. If I may, in my current state of euphoria, paraphrase from a Neil Diamond song. “Turn on your bra-light. Let it shine wherever you go. Let it make a happy glow, for all the world to see…”

Google Sari: Your search reveals lady parts beneath

Posted in Google by Conner Flynn on June 19th, 2008

Google Sari is searchable by a good frisk
The Sari is a traditional piece of clothing originally worn by Indian women. The Google Sari is a designer’s attempt at being clever. Of course, if Google doesn’t appreciate it, your Sari may turn into a genuine sorry. It’s from designer Satya Paul, who showed the Google sari in one of his recent shows. Very clever. Or maybe not. I can’t decide. I can’t wait for his next attempt, which is probably iPhone inspired and called the Safari Sari or something. Maybe a see-through sari called Microsoft Touch. That one would be trouble.

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