Create a mini-photo vignette of your favorite moment with the Lomo Oktomat 35mm Camera ($30). Eight sequential images appear on one single 35mm negative when you press the capture button of this camera. The sequence of the shots spans 2.5-seconds. The camera is lightweight and comes in a fun red color with spider-like eyes.
Being a DJ is a blast — you get to add your own touch to music you love. Now you don't need a huge mixer to do it. The Pacemaker ($TBA; Fall 2007) is a pocket-size DJ system featuring a line out crossfader, headphone crossfader, bend and pitch, and more DJ-specific controls. From a technical standpoint, the device rocks a 120GB hard drive, a signal to noise ratio of more than 100dB, 18 hours of music playback, 5 hours of DJ operating time, and support for MP3, AAC, WMA, OGG Vorbis, WAV, as well as for Mac and PC. [via]
One of the downfalls of playing guitar is the pain of lugging your instrument all over creation. Now you can cut that pain in half with the Centerfold ($3370), the world's first folding electric guitar. Thanks to an innovative design, the Centerfold can go from folded to unfolded in about 20 seconds. Features include a Honduras mahogany body, a maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, DiMarzio PAF classic humbucker pickups in the bridge and neck, and nickel hardware. Yes, it's expensive, but it's also a folding electric guitar. Enough said. [Thanks, Hjalmar]