Bizarre tech: Gifts and gadgets

Bizarre tech: Gifts and gadgets

Summary: Ever wanted to know what 'unusual' tech creations are out there?

TOPICS: Emerging Tech

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  • Wearable LED lights

    Fashion encompasses everything from fur to metal, but can LED lights really make a mark in the industry?

    The LED Eyelash project aims to do just that. Whether a gimmick or not, Soomi Park's wearable LED eyelashes certainly make an entrance. 

    Perhaps best suited to the neon-bedecked raver, Soomi calls the wearable tech a way to cater for female desires of having larger and more expressive eyes. Instead of relying on eyeshadow and mascara, the model above is connected up to a pair of fake eyelashes, explained as such:

    "It features a sensor to turn on and/or off. The sensor can perceive the movements of the pupil in the eyes and eyelids. If you wear it and move your head, LED Eyelash will flicker following your movements. It is as simple to use as wearing false eyelashes and as easy to remove as taking off a piece of jewelry."

    Via: Soomi Park

  • The Marriage-Hunting Bra

    A new type of functional clothing that hails from Japan, the Marriage-Hunting Bra (Konkatsu Bra) has been designed by Triumph International.

    If time's ticking on and you're looking to tie the knot, marriage-minded women can purchase this bra and set the LED display timer in the middle of the garment to display a countdown -- relating to when the lady hopes she'll be married.

    The white-lace bra also has a ring holder and pockets for a pen and official stamp seal if the LED display isn't hint enough. 

    Via: Pink Tentacle 


  • Wiggly evil

    Out of every odd USB stocking filler you could find, the "Wiggly Evil" Squirming Tentacle is up there in the top ranks of weird and pointless.

    For $14.99, you would be forgiven in expecting an element of storage. But no. It simply.. squirms once you've plugged the product into a USB port. 

    Via: ThinkGeek

Topic: Emerging Tech

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  • That cat is just scary !!

    Thanks for the article, where can I get my tentacle ??? it's great, and yes, some memory in it would help sales.
  • I guess some people have too much money

    Silly items to say the least