Contest: Win Any Tokyo Flash Watch You Like!

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You know those fancy Tokyo Flash watches that are so advanced and futuristic you’ll be the only one capable of telling the time on it after you study the manual? Well, they do look awesome, and their actually not that hard to use. So we’ve teamed up with Tokyo Flash to offer our readers this great contest.

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Lumus OE-31 Transparent Wearable Display (Video)

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We have seen it in many spy movies, but there’s a possibility that you might play with one sometime in the near future. At this year’s CES, we saw the Lumus transparent wearable AR display and the company revealed a new optical engine at the Mobile World Congress. The Lumus OE-31 see-through wearable display can be integrated in regular glasses. As you can see above, the eyewear in the picture comes with an embedded MP3 player; the OE-31 is on its left side.

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Capture Your Body Heat, Charge Your iPhone with Power Felt

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A big part of going green has to do with capturing what would otherwise be wasted. That’s why they say coffee grounds can make good fertilizer, or even green lego blocks, and that’s where the idea for regenerative braking in hybrid electric cars came into the picture. But what about you as a human being? What wasted energy could be recaptured from you?

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The Old Man Suit By MIT Makes You 75 Years Old (Video)

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There are already sympathy suits out there for men who want to know what it’s like to be pregnant, so why not invent a suit that lets everyone know what it’s like to be old? It’s not quite like the fat suit Tom Cruise wore in Tropic Thunder, but someone at MIT was thinking that the AGNES suit could give us an understanding of what its like to be, well, old.

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The $100,000 wearable Martin jetpack lifts off next year

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The Martin jetpack with a two-stroke custom gas engine is finally going to be available in 2012. The jetpack is classified as ultralight under FAA standards, so you won’t need a license either. It is limited to 30 minutes of flight and a max speed of 63mph, and it can be yours for a sum of $100,000.

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