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Reactive EL Wired Gaming Mouse

By: on July 02, 2016
$65 - $99
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Game & rave, rave & game, dude. Like the electrical storm of a USB power adapter we saw a few weeks ago, the Reactor Gaming Mouse pairs the performance of contemporary tech with the eyeball allure of stuff that glows. Check out this GIF of it in action.

The Reactor uses an electroluminescent (EL) cable to illuminate both itself and its connected, cracked-pattern mouse in your choice of Titan Blue, Radioactive Green, or Inferno Red. The cable's visible current EL tech also makes it reactive, meaning its light flashes and sequences correspond to your actions during use. According to maker Pilot Electronics, "Each mouse input has a unique electroluminescent reaction."

The Reactor EL gaming mouse seeks Kickstarter crowdfunding through August 19, 2016. As with all crowdfunding projects, I would recommend those interested in backing the mouse do some research into Pilot Electronics, and read the project's Comments section prior to pledging. This campaign does have some curious / negative feedback from people who appear to have backed of another crowdfunding campaign the company ran. The Reactor Kickstarter page itself is also a little skimpy on product information, such as specs and production plan.

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GloFish Fluorescent Fish

$6.59 - $98.95 from GloFish »

One fish, two fish, GloFish, blue fish. Fluorescent Cosmic Blue fish. Or Starfire Red. Or Galactic Purple. GloFish are brilliantly bright fish that fluoresce, or glow, under blue light....

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MYO Telekinetic Armband

$199.99 from Amazon »

Well, telekinetic is only part of the story. Is telemusculokinetic a word too? Maybe that's redundant. Remote control muscles? Yeah, let's go with RC muscles. MYO armbands transform muscles--specifically the arm, or as...

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Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Classic Controllers

$199 from ColorWare »

ColorWare's Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Classic Controllers are pretty fly for a game guy. And also pretty pricey for a paint job. I don't care how precise and professional the controllers look, or how hard their red retro...

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PixelWhip Fiber Optic Dance Whip

Sold Out from Amazon »

FiberFlies' PixelWhip is more than just your color-changing fiber optic whip for the bedroom club. Think about all the fun you could have with it on the bed 4th of July. Especially if your girlfriend town isn't down with...

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Pip-Boy: Deluxe Bluetooth Edition

$349.99 from ThinkGeek »

Die-hard Fallout fans, avid gamers, and gadget-giddy dudes in general, I present to you: a working Pip-Boy Model 3000 Mk IV replica. Also known as: your Sunday morning hard-on. Sure, you could call ThinkGeek's Deluxe...

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Sound Activated LED Car Sticker

$14.89 from Amazon »

If you're looking for a way both to obstruct 90% of the view out of your back windshield and provide a beacon to po searching for cars to pull over, I am pleased to offer you one of AGPtek's bumpin' & grindin', sound...

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TinyScreen Video Game Kit

$74.95 from Tiny Circuits »

The Tiny Arcade goes handheld. Tiny Circuits' TinyScreen Video Game Kit gives DIY gamers the chance to build their own miniature console. At the heart of the kit is the TinyDuino processor board, an Arduino Uno board...

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Daft Punk Helmet Replica

This is just one of many amazing DIY projects undertaken by Harrison Krix, and documented on his personal blog. If you think these photos are cool, check out his detailed explanation of them, as well as his nifty time...

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Bat Levitating Mouse

Bat, a levitating wireless computer mouse, is currently in the research and testing phases for use in preventing and treating carpal tunnel syndrome, a median nerve dysfunction to which many mouse manipulators are susceptible....

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Teslasuit - Full-Body Haptic Suit

$1,100 - $3,665 from Teslasuit »

No, the Teslasuit is not for racing your Tesla. Or, more realistically, the Teslasuit is not a 3-piece Armani with embroidered logos and a gold-threaded pocket square to wear while cruising your Model S around the suburbs....

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The Rings of the Gauntlet of Power

$50 - $1,250 from Shapeways »

Some people find inspiration in nature. Some in music. Or love. Or lust. Jarvis Latteier speaks my kind of inspirational language though, finding his in the universe of Marvel. Here, Latteier has 3D-fabricated his interest...

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Lumus Ring

$99 - $130 from Kickstarter »

We've seen rings lined with whiskey barrels, dinosaur bone, and escape tools. But never before has there been one lined with Laser Luminance. Lumus Rings are titanium or carbon fiber outer bands