Lets call it-- blink-bling, this LED belt buckle is quite, well, bold. You can store up to 6 messages with up to 256 characters per message while controlling both the brightness and scrolling speed. I guess if you have something to say while your out at the club this is the best way to do it. Your statement will surely not be missed. You can expect to stand out with this one; the diamond bezel is a very nice touch.
Paris-inspired booties and an LED watch from a sixth-generation Berlin shoe brand
by Victor Reznik
Known for inventing four-in-one and two-in-one zipper shoes, Munich's Nat-2 shows a simpler side of shoe design with their new desert boot-inspired line created just for girls. The suede Marais booties, named after the Parisian neighborhood, combine...
NightCove Circadian Clock
by Ami Kealoha
Designed by French company Zyken to promote healthful sleeping with ambient lighting, the NightCove is scientifically proven to increase energy levels and lucidity in the morning and to overall result in better sleep. Two years in the making, the...
LED Art Fan
by Ami Kealoha
Much like the 3-D display in our latest video, this LED art fan displays moving images on a rotating blade in 2-D. We've seen similar versions before, but this makes strides with color and programmability. With 42 LEDs mounted on the blades...
Light and Motion Seca 700 Cycling Light
by Brian Fichtner
Crossing the Williamsburg Bridge on my second night using the Seca 700 cycling light, I overheard an oncoming cyclist say to his friend, "Now that's a light." And what a light it is. Designed and manufactured in California by Light and...
Spoke POV Kit: Custom Bike Wheel Lights
by Ami Kealoha
While the Pac-Man themed version of this mobile LED light show is pretty genius, the programmable kit allows for any number of other clever combos or other bitmapped images for animated self-expression on wheels. Adding safety to boot, the DIY project...
Craig Dorety: Division
Light animation sculptures inspired by ocular migraines that examine our visual limits
by Nara Shin
Opening on Saturday, 19 April 2014 at Oakland's Johansson Projects is an exhibition of hypnotic sculpture animations that will have your eyes watering—after you realize you haven't blinked in a few minutes. In "Division," San Francisco-based artist...
Link About It: This Week's Picks
Pot-infused pop, Ferrari's four-wheel drive, in-eye 3D displays and more in this week's online round-up
by CH Contributor
1. A Capsule Summary From Riviera Club's grown-up surfer wear to Fair Isle and stripes by Norse Projects, The Moment styles a shoot with menswear picks from the recent Capsule show held in NYC. 2. Two Men, 25,000 Ping Pong Balls, and a Rabbit...
OK Go x Moritz Waldemeyer at Design Miami
by Josh Rubin
Blending design, technology, music and fashion on one stage, German designer Moritz Waldemeyer and Silvia Venturini Fendi (of the fashion label that bears her name) created an interactive performance for the hard-working band OK Go. Wearing suits...
Lucetta Magnetic Bike Lights
Compact and clever LEDs designed by Helsinki-based Emanuele Pizzolorusso for Palomar
by Graham Hiemstra
While many brands have begun to offer attractive bicycle lights in recent years, few offer the ease of use that Lucetta does. Designed by Helsinki-based Emanuele Pizzolorusso for Italian design company Palomar, Lucetta is a set of small LED lights...
The latest wearable activity monitor features a low-energy Bluetooth sync and streamlined design
by Josh Rubin
Personal activity monitors are among the most common wearable computers, though their sophistication has advanced significantly since the days of the pager-like pedometer. The best of these devices have migrated from the hip to the wrist and offer...
MB&F Horological Machine No.2
Maximilian Büsser, the mastermind behind the rule-breaking HM1, recently offered me the rare privilege to have first look in person at his new child, the Horological Machine No.2, before it went public. Since going public, it's been far and...
Retrowerk Steampunk Watches
Known for its durability, style, quality and efficiency, Retrowerk's watch is both tech-savvy and ultra Army-strong. Featuring compasses, portholes, steel pistons, crown covers and revolving jump hour discs, the German watch is prepared for any...