We all remember playing with the Lite Brite as kids. But have you ever wondered what a toy like this would look like if it was blown up to take up a full wall in a house? Well the LiteZilla aims to find out. A super sized version of the classic game, this is a giant LED light-up board featuring larger pegs that you can use to create unique and eye-catching pixel art. The Litezilla comes in four standard sizes: medium (4 x 5 feet), large (6 x 5 feet), XL (8 x 5 feet) and XXL (8 x 6 feet) with custom, larger sizes available as well. Prices start at $10,000 and orders are being filled now.
CeramicSpeed - A Chainless Bicycle Design
The 2018 Eurobike Expo has just wrapped up and there were a handful of super exciting concepts unveiled. One of our favorites was from CeramicSpeed with their introduction of a chainless bike that utilizes a drivechain concept often seen in motorcycles, but to date never integrated into bicycles. The CeramicSpeed 'Drive' system is still in the prototype phase but early models are extremely promising and may give way to a new genre of biking. CeramicSpeed has dubbed their innovation the world's most efficient drivetrain and the judges at the Eurobike convention agreed, naming them winner of this year's Best in Show award. We'll keep a watch on this company and be sure to post any updates to this exciting advancement in riding tech.
HemiSERE Titanium Lapel Knife
As a blade nerds who also love spy movies, whats not to like about the new Label Knife from HemiSERE? The knife is made from a titanium/ceramic composite, has a non-slip grip with a wharncliffe blade profile to maximize cutting ability and weighs in at less than a nickel, allowing you to easily conceal under your label without impacting your performance. The HemiSERE created what they dub 'glue dots' which are attached to the back of the knife and allow you to directly conceal under your label, sleeve, under a credit card or even in a slim phone case. Finally, the overall design and crafting of the blade is modeled after the same tools used by Agent of the Office of Strategic Services, a precursor to the CIA. Pretty badass, right?