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Animatronic Triceratops

There isn't really a good way to describe this Animatronic Triceratops ($350,000). (Looking to construct your own Disneyland boat ride? Have a Michael Jackson-like obsession with childlike things? Don't have the money to pay for CGI on your indie Jurassic Park remake?) So, instead, we'll tell you that it's 20 feet long, weighs over 1,300 pounds, tracks your movements with its camera-eyes, has tons of digital tech and a 1,000 watt speaker inside to let it move and sound like the real thing, and totally won't grow cognizant of its surroundings and tear through your home like a bull in a china shop.

  • ZionEyez Video Recording Glasses

    Attention all lifestreamers: Ever get tired of holding up a camera all day, or worse yet, wearing some sort of incredibly dorky, Wi-Fi enabled video helmet? ZionEyez Video Recording Glasses ($150) can fix all of that. These semi-stylish shades feature an integrated 720p video camera, Bluetooth to instantly transfer the stream to your iPhone or Android device for uploading, and 8GB of flash memory in case you need to off-load your recordings later, secret agent-style. As a bonus, they come with clear and shaded removable lenses, so you don't have to worry about looking suspicious with your sunglasses on after sundown.

  • Bottle Key

    No matter what you keep in your pockets or bag on a full-time basis, odds are you have some keys. Now you can add a bottle opener to that list. The Bottle Key ($11) is a lovely, distressed-looking blank key made from antique brass with a bottle opener built-in, meaning you'll never be bumming openers or destroying someone else's Bic again.