This here is a $300 belt buckle that doubles as an iPhone case, because of course it is.
Well, this is the best: Andrew Salamone hacked a knitting machine to turn it into a sort of sweater printer, allowing him to "print" images right into a sweater as its being knit. So of course, he made a sweater with Bill Cosby's face on it.
If you take your jogging as more of an obsession than as a light workout, then you probably have experienced running out of juice on your MP3 player during one of your more intense runs. Now someone has come up with a green energy solution that could help you to keep rocking out even during a long marathon.
Never go thirsty ever again. Hyeona Yang and Joshua Noble's "Raincatch" raincoat isn't your everyday poncho. The "Raincatch" collects rain and then purifies it, allowing wearers to drink that delicious water from the heavens.
NYC's Adafruit Industries is coming at you with another piece of eye-catching geekery: the iNecklace. As cringe-worthy as a piece of Apple-themed jewelry should be, it's actually really cool.
Equipping the visually impaired with new tools to navigate our world is a problem many tinkerers are working on but few have come up with such slick solution as the Tacit glove.
A research team at the Georgia Institute of Technology is proving that you don't need to be bitten by a radioactive spider or be dumped into a vat of mysterious chemicals to enjoy superpowers. In fact, having an enhanced sense of touch could be as simple as wearing a glove like this.
The Mithril Kevlar Jacket is a softshell jacket made with Kevlar, that synthetic material you'll find in bulletproof vests. It can withstand pretty much anything you throw at it.
Aside from having a cool name reminiscent of the God of Thunder, Thorunn Arnadottir's neatest trick is combining influences from several cultures to harness the power of QR codes in fashion.
Looking for a way to keep your pants up while also projecting to the world that you're a little bit awkward? This mouse belt should do the trick.