For £640,000 the makers of the Bellagio's fountain will happily create a smaller version you can call your own. Or, you can save yourself £580,000 and go with Brando's tiny desktop alternative instead.
Though it looks the part, this stool isn't a training potty — but it will take the piss out of your kids. It's actually a giant sand timer designed for time outs, sequestering rowdy ruffians for a calming five minutes.
By some estimates, Santa has to travel 3,000 times faster than the speed of sound to deliver billions of gifts in one night. So it's not surprising that even he needs to log some time in a sleigh simulator.
While YouTuber bkraz333 claims this contact lens with an embedded LED he made was an attempt to add a rudimentary VR display to his eye, I think I know the real inspiration behind it — Terminator cosplay.
Upping the ante when it comes to rotating cube frustration, these lawsuit skirting IQ Cubes from Brando are the same size as a standard Rubik's Cube. But further segment the sliding pieces into 3x3x7 and 3x3x9 configurations.
Unless you're a home theater idiot-savant, you probably forget what HDMI port your Xbox or Blu-ray player is connected to, requiring you to randomly cycle through inputs. A task that's now a lot easier with InstaPrevue's live video thumbnail previews.
I've been at war with fingerprints on my iPhone since day one. And if fingerprints are enough to annoy me, sticking it in this eMirror dock and seeing it subjected to sprayed toothpaste would probably drive me insane.
Digital cameras now dominate the market, but there's still a place for the art and aesthetics of film cameras. Even if they're only used as a source of inspiration for a set of retroriffic throw pillows.
I find it ironic that the company who now holds the record for world's smallest flash drive is in the business of promotional trade show tchotchkes. Because there's absolutely no room to brand this drive except for a hanging tag.
Relying on satellite imagery collected from the internet instead of a camera, artist Hubert Blanz created these mind-bending images of airports for his X-planation collection. I rarely get motion sick, but browsing through these images makes me want to puke.
The problem with real fireplaces is they're usually impractically far from a couch to be used for anything other than heat. However, without the need for a chimney, this ethanol powered flame can be dragged wherever your marshmallows need toasting.
Shooting paper targets will improve your aim, but they don't quite capture the experience of emptying a shotgun into a zombie's chest. Not like these lifelike—or should I say undeadlike—zombie targets that bleed like real flesh.
YouTuber yamamo2 hasn't created the world's first perpetual motion machine with this high-performance double pendulum. But he did create a hypnotic way to lose 22 minutes of your life staring at your screen.
They've been around for at least a year now, and all my research points to obscuring your brake lights as being very illegal. But I don't care. This is the closest my hatchback will ever get to being the batmobile.
Think you're looking at some gnarly surf off the coast of Hawaii? You're way off. These curled peaks — known as Kelvin-Helmholtz wave clouds — actually formed over the land-locked city of Birmingham, Alabama, USA.
For £10 a newton's cradle provides about 10 minutes worth of distraction at work. If you want piss away the whole day, you'll need to spend a bit more. Like the $125 (£80) pledge needed for this Ferrite ferrofluid toy.