As technology innovations accelerate the elegance of our electronic devices will increasingly resemble the minimalist beauty of tools like the Eye of the Storm faceless watch.
For the purists among us who think sci-fi sequels are for the non-believers, this Tron 1.0 motorcycle helmet is a priceless piece of retro futurism.
If we're lucky the future of fashion technology will not only give us clothes that change color, but also more outfits that move while we move like the new Fluid Dress.
True old school geeks would be excused for snapping up promotional Tron Legacy swag in the run up to the movie sequel, but why not burnish your tech cred by creating your own Tron gear that actually works.
Besides having a decidedly sci-fi friendly name, the Pseudomorph self-painting dress is possibly the last ball gown a woman would ever need.
If the master of bling, Liberace, were still alive the Vanilla Jacket "k", an LED studded coat controlled by your iPhone, would be almost certainly be his garment of choice.
Reports say that this has been one of the hottest summers on record, which means that breaking out something like the USB Necktie Cooler 3 is now more necessity than geek show off piece.
Lighting on footwear is typically limited to those blinking LEDs on little kids' sneakers. But these illuminated high heels are a different — and much more chic — animal.
Designer Gabriel Dishaw has come up with a fashion-meets-tech project that recycles our old devices and Nike sneakers into pure circuit-laced cool.
It's not often that sneaker geeks and tech nerds get a bonafide mashup, but thanks to British designer Daniel Reese, this unholy union (Nike vs Twitter) has become a reality.