If you ever wanted a super detailed action figure of Autobot leader Optimus Prime, well this is the Ultimetal Transformers Optimus Prime. At first I thought this was a April’s Fool Joke by TFsource, a Transformers website, but it’s not. It’s available for pre-order at TFsource right now. The price tag is super hefty, there goes my kids college fund!
In Hong Kong and Asia, when Kids Logic launched their Hasbro-approved big head Optimus Prime action figure it sold like hot cakes. It was a solid piece of toy fun for collectors and Transformers fans. Now hot-off the Kids Logic Facebook page, they have revealed more action figures for their Transformers line-up!
With the LEGO movie hitting the multiplexes February 7th, 2014, there’s bound to be a bunch of license products, like these LEDLite LEGO Movie Keychains. From HK company IQ, the LEDLite line-up announced so far will be Emmet, Uni-Kitty, Lord Business and Bad Cop.
Everybody wants eco-friendly devices in the home, well here it is from iLumi Solutions with their super-efficient LED light bulbs with built-in Bluetooth. The iLumi bulbs not only can last for around 20 years, but you can use your Smartphones to control many different lighting moods, security options, proximity settings, and other neat lighting options. There are currently 4 different models and prices start at $60.00USD and up to $90.00USD.
For more info on this green tech, go to: iLumi LED Light Bulbs.
Water – Light – Graffiti by French artist Antonin Fourneau:
This project uses thousands of LEDs and the LEDs will light up when touched. It’s like a really cool techno-inspired Etch-A-Sketch.
For more information on this project and images, go to: Digital Arti – Antonin Fourneau – Water Light Graffiti.
If you are in a car accident at night, a natural disaster, or maybe just camping outdoors – why not give this a go? It’s the world’s first solar inflatable LED light!
I tell my friends I’m buying these lightsaber chopsticks for my son but seriously, we all know this is for me. This is the newer version by Kotobukiya with LED lights glowing while you eat. You never know the next version might have an actual laser instead of an LED light. Imagine how cool that would be – just press the button and the lightsaber will slice your food.
The only way to get these Star Wars Lightsaber Chopsticks in the States at the moment is through ShopNCSX.com.