UK-based Kahn Design is best-known for its striking alterations to
existing vehicles, which have resulted in creations such as the Land Rover Defender 6x6, the Aston Martin Vengeance and the 105 Defender Pick Up. The company's latest project, however, is being designed and built from the scratch – it's a retro-inspired racer,
code-named the Speed 7.
There’s a unique appeal to playing Battleship, with its two-sided vertical board hiding the face-to-face players’ fleets from one another. Now, Swedish retro tech designer Love Hultén has taken that same layout, and applied it to a new two-player gaming system. It’s time to check out the Battlecade.
Smartphone cameras are increasingly taking the place of stand-alone
consumer video cameras, and in a lot of ways that makes sense. A phone,
however, isn't nearly as easy to hold onto while shooting – its screen
can also be difficult to see in bright sunlight. Well, that's where the
Lumenati CS1 comes in. It's a videography case for the iPhone 6, and it
has the same form factor as a classic Super 8mm movie camera.
It's no secret that Star Trek fans are extremely into the technology
offered in the franchise. It's with that in mind that The Wand Company
has launched a Bluetooth replica of the Star Trek Communicator, just in
time for San Diego Comic-Con. Not only does it look just like the
beloved piece of technology, but it works.
We've seen retro arcade-style video gaming consoles that are tiny, as well as ones that utilize an iPad and that even serve beer.
The Pixelkabinett 42 has its own unique feature, however, in that it
looks like a vintage industrial wooden cabinet when not in use.
Royal Enfield is going from strength to strength in 2015, overtaking Harley-Davidson in sales and growing at a remarkable rate both in India, where the brand is a revered and well-loved icon, and abroad, where Enfield's classic looks and simple, rootsy approach to motorcycling is finding favour with old-school riders and younger fashionistas alike. The Continental GT cafe racer is the fastest, lightest and most powerful Royal Enfield ever built, but it's definitely not fast, light or powerful. What it's got in spades is character. Enjoy our full review and a very tongue-in-cheek video below.