Geek Wear

The G-Man's Convertible Travel Jacket: Waterproof jacket with 40 pockets for all the gadgets you can carry

We all love carrying all our gadgets everywhere -   iPods, maybe one or two cellphones, a PDA  and may be even USB cables. So, when it comes a jacket that is good enough to carry it all and still look simple, the G-Man's travel jacket does the job very well. Read on and you will know why.
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Geek Jewelry - Theory of Relativity Heart 14K Gold Necklace

14K Gold Theory of Relativity Heart Necklace
Love is relative they say. No wonder then that this 14K Gold Theory of Relativity Heart Necklace from Suz Andreasen flaunts the theory of relativity (E=MC2) by Albert Einstein on it's pendant. Now, that's some geek jewelry for a girl. It's available for US$400 from here.

All in one Atomic Time Watch: Accurate Time Everywhere

atomic time with a watch that keeps perfect time in any part of the worldDo you travel around the world and want a watch that keeps accurate time everywhere? Then this atomic watch might be just what you need to wear.

Using NIST signals originating from Fort Collin in  US, JJY time signal in Japan, the MSF time signal in England and DCF77 time signal in Germany this all-in-one atomic watch can keep perfect time while you roam in US, Europe and Asia, without killing your style. 

In addition to the standard time keeping functions, the watch has a push button backlight display,  calendar, alarm and countdown timer functions and retails for US$39.99 from here . For an atomic clock we think it does look sexy, but if you are geek you might still choose the LED binary watch over this or maybe the Sony Ericsson Bluetooth Watch over this we think.

iBrella: iPod Controlling Umbrella

iBrella
The iPod is for listening to music. The Umbrella is to protect you from the rain.  At least that's the way it used to be, till someone got this wild idea to control the iPod with an umbrella.

 

The iBrella as it's called, emulates all iPod commands solely by physical interactions with the umbrella. Open the umbrella to play,  close it to pause and shake it wildly to select a random song. If you want to  change the volume or the track, rotate yourself or the handle of the umbrella.

What do we think? It's a great idea if you live in the Amazon rain forests or maybe Auckland, where you can carry the umbrella and the iPod together always.  Otherwise maybe we will chose the iPod controlling backpack 

How To: Make some LED Earrings for the Geek Girl


These LED earrings are easy to make and for less than $10 in parts glow well over 12 hours. We think they will be great for rave and geek parties with the new Lumalive T-Shirts from Philips - if you can get your hands on one i.e. Meanwhile grab the plans for building the LED earrings from here.

 

Philips Lumalive: Cool Light Emitting Shirts, Fabric & Textiles


This futuristic stuff from Philips is going to rock in rave parties. We want one of those shirts!
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