You know it’s true.
For more on the real Project Glass from Google click here.
Not sure if this year’s ThinkGeek prank products top last year’s Dhrama Initiative Alarm Clock, but they certainly come close. Pictured above is the Apple Store Playset from PLAYMOBIL. For $179.99 you get everything you see here: entire store with figures and over 60 accessories; the Store comes fully staffed with Apple Store associates; Ground floor of Apple store features product demo tables, software shelves and kids corner; Top floor includes Genius Bar and Keynote Theater with mini Steve Jobs figure; and you can even use your own real iPhone 4 as the screen behind Steve Jobs in the Keynote Theater. For an additional $49.99 you can buy the Line Pack to stage your own Apple Device launch party, a tiny Woz on a tiny Segway included! The Apple Store Play Set aims to introduce children to the magic of Apple technology, check it out in more detail right here.
And that’s not all. ThinkGeek is offering a wide range of new products today only and they include Angry Birds Pork Rinds (delicious crispy pork rinds made from dead pigs), Star Wars Lightsaber Popsicles, and the insanely popular Minecraft USB Desktop Nether Portal. Shop at the source link.
ABC is adding shows like White Castle, Mr. Sunsheen, and Brick Swan to their (faux) primetime lineup. Check ‘em all out after the break.
Remember that bizarre demonstration that featured Frenchman Francois Vogel simulating the 3D active shutter process by attaching two modules to the temples on either side of his head? Yep, it was fake. Doubts, confirmed. The culprit: 3D projection in post-production. It was an admittedly intriguing experiment wrapped in suspicion. Now here’s to hoping that someone will actually come up with a glasses-free 3D solution that isn’t so wildly disturbing to witness.
This is a mock up of what shopping at an Ikea store with an Apple tablet could potentially be like. And man is it slick. The experience is smooth, quick, and intuitive, just like we have come to learn on the iPhone. In fact, this device looks like a super-sized iPhone, and that is exactly what I expect the oft-rumored tablet to be. Jobs, we are waiting…
Created by Dubai-based post-production house Rolling Thunder.
Most likely fake, but very cool nonetheless. Just imagine.