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The folks over at Tokyoflash tend to come up with some pretty inscrutable watches, but their latest creation, the Kisai 3D Unlimited, looks refreshingly… simple. Its cube-like, “3D” time display may not be conventional, but its mirrored LCD doesn’t require a degree in cryptology, either (the time displayed above is 12:34. See it?). The watch also features a pretty sleek, stainless steel design, with a case measuring just 8.5mm thick, and a fully adjustable strap that can fit even the daintiest of wrists. If you’re interested in grabbing one, you can choose from seven different colors at the source link, for about $120. Otherwise, check out some more pics in the gallery below, or slip past the break for a couple of demo videos from Tokyoflash Japan.

Gallery: Tokyoflash Kisai 3D Unlimited

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This simple and modern watch by designer Mickaël Chros presents a new perception on time telling. Minutes and hours are displayed on Revolutio’s rotating rings and are powered by a standard watch engine. The magnetic locking system is perfectly discreet. I’m really digging the center-less design- the loop, versus the standard circle, is an interpretation of eternity and reminds that time has no real beginning or end.

Designer: Mickaël Chrost

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Epic Meal Time makes meat cars

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Working cars into your daily diet used to be a bit of a challenge, unless you regularly consume race car birthday cakes or something. That is, until now. The Canadian YouTube sensations at Epic Meal Time have solved your car guy culinary crisis with their latest creation: meat cars.

The body of the meat car is something like a highly modified sherpherd’s pie, but instead of corn, they used macaroni and cheese. Bacon permeates everything the team does, from the ground beef and bacon skin of the shepherd’s pie, to the beer and bacon grease batter, to the bacon grease buttery mashed potatoes.

Keeping things rolling along is a set of four salami wheels wrapped in onion tires and garnished with a healthy dose of chrome. These may be cars made of meat, but they do actually roll. Top that off with a candy (yes, actual candy) paint job, and you have a stylin’, 23,266 calorie meat ride. Mildly NSFW language in the video after the jump.

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It’s been a while since we gave Harry Winston’s Opus watch any play, but some timepieces are just too lavish to pass up. Case in point: the Opus Eleven, designed by temporal taste-maker Denis Giguet of MCT. Aesthetically speaking, it’s probably a touch too steampunk for some, but the way it tells time is straight up fascinating. Giguet points out the movement enlists 566 parts, a good deal of which are exposed in the main face — the center piece displays the hour, while the upper right disc shows off the minutes. Now, it might look like a relatively minimal watch for Harry Winston, but its case is made of 18k white gold and sapphire crystal, and the Opus Eleven’s definitely got a Winston-worthy price tag, ringing in at about $250,000. So if you’ve got a quarter of a mill just laying around, this is a definite contender for that stack of cash. Want to see all those tiny pieces in action? Check out the video after the break.

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Zhongguancun Xiaosan Gate Diao Lili sex photos.

Some reports have named this “Zhongguancun Xiaosan Gate” while others have named it “Zhongguancun Sexy Photos Gate“. Zhongguancun is often called the “Silicon Valley of China” and is located in northwest Beijing’s Haidian District.

From Baidu Baike:

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Synopsis: In order to get revenge for an affair, the former wife of an IT company executive recently sent dozens of sex photos involving her former husband and the third party via email to many Zhongguancun companies [a technology hub in Beijing, known as the "Silicon Valley of China"]. The email not only exposed sex photos but also the “xiaosan‘s” true name, mobile phone number, MSN account, address, and many other personal information. According to the email, the “xiaosan” works in a Taiwanese software sales company.

The “wife” who sent this email said in the email that she and her husband had been married for 3 years, that their child is just over 1-year-old. After the child was born, she resigned from a foreign enterprise/company to become a full-time housewife. At first, the couple’s relationship was still very normal, but a little while later, her husband started to not return home at nights. After her husband began treating her coldly, this wife began checking her husband’s cell phone information and sure enough saw nearly 200 flirtatious text messages in his mobile phone. In order to be certain whether or not her husband was having an affair, the “wife” didn’t say anything, and under the guise of a headhunter called the number where the flirtatious SMS messages originated from, adding the other party on MSN, and even becoming “friends” with the other party. To investigate the truth, the “wife” several times even met the “xiaosan” for meals, and every time the other party swiped a credit card to pay the bill. Once while paying after a meal, the “wife” discovered that the pinyin [name] on the black gold credit card was her own husband’s name.

On day in 2010 December, the “wife” stealthily took the “xiaosan‘s” cell phone, and after looking through the text messages the “wife” discovered that the “xiaosan” was maintaining relations with multiple men, and that her own husband was just one of them. Also within the mobile phone were sex videos of the “xiaosan” with different men. After investigating the truth, the “wife” put the cards on the table with her husband, not expecting that though her husband appeared contrite, the “xiaosan” and her husband continued their relationship. This past Spring Festival, she and her husband signed a divorce agreement.

In order to get revenge on her ex-husband and the third party, after the Spring Festival holiday period ended, the “wife” posted dozens of sex photos involving her husband and the third party onto the internet. Amongst the aforementioned sex photos, many Zhongguancun white-collar recognized the female in the sex photos to be the female white-collar worker at the a certain Taiwanese software company in Zhongguancun whose real name had been exposed by the “wife” in the email. Many Zhongguancun company workers have named this incident “Zhongguancun Sexy Photos Gate”.

From NetEase:

Zhongguancun xiaosan‘s indecent photos exposed, Diao Lili’s 36 sex photos wildly downloaded [circulated by netizens]

Xiaosan Information:

Chinese name: Diao Lili, English name: Cissy

[Birth date:] 1982 November 2

[Address:] Maliandao East Street, Courtyard 15, Building 6, #202

Mobile Phone: 13811125027

QQ:627540445

MSN:

cissydiao@hotmail.com

cissydiao_ms@hotmail.com

Currently works at SYSTEX.

Diao Lili’s RenRen profile page and other photographs: (click to enlarge)

Diao Lili's (刁黎黎) Renren social network profile page

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Diao Lili photograph.

Comments from China.com:

皇室人:

She’s alright, except her cunt is too dark… emoticon

caikuang93:

It must be admitted, sometimes mosaics have obstructed the forward progress of humanity!

梦回帝国:

The face on top is nothing special, so I bet it is the mouth on the bottom that is more impressive.

小牛小羊:

None of my damn business; although, this wife is really incredible, investigating so thoroughly that she found out everything;

Comments from XiCi:

米苏gf:

A rather pretty girl, how did she become this way?

cmail:

Girls these days no longer have any moral limits.

青青小草儿81:

Faint, this woman is very fearless/wild, having relations with several men.

xuanxuanbaobei:

What are people thinking these days?

夏之清草:

This xiaosan is really incredible.

What do you think? If you were the ex-wife, would you have done this?

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Although all watches are watches of time, not all watches are floating watches of time. This watch is one that takes into account the first through third dimensions, plus the fourth, which designer Matej Korytar says is time itself. Ironically, this fourth dimension is displayed in the third. This display has the capability to display the time based on gravity or relative to the head of the person whose wrist the watch is around. Need to see the time? No more need to move your arm, just look down at it! So very simple.

Of course the time display is only one of several the user can download for the watch, all of the settings controlled by the two ball buttons on the sides. If only this technology could work with 3D to the degree Korytar describes it – it’d be just like the holodeck! Fabulous.

Designer: Matej Korytar

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Red Dot Concept Design has this niche category called Fashion and the projects seen here range from shoes to backpacks to watches. So what in the future for wrist bling? It’s a diamond encrusted digital edition and an eccentric analogue beauty! Hit the jump to find out more.

Eye of the Storm by Qian Yiran

The Eye of the Storm as you’ve guessed, takes its inspiration from the calm center of a destructive storm. It displays the time at the flick of a button and is otherwise a faceless clock.

OZO Watch by Anton Repponen

OZO is quite a cool looking watch. It displays time via two dials, the hours on the top and minutes in the bottom, both of which rotate at a constant pace. The time is read through the hourglass icon situated plum in the centre of the watch face.

Freflex by Lowey Lee

Freflex is a watch that takes advantage of nanotechnology and solar energy. The energy is stored in carbon nanotubes (a paper battery) at the base, which powers the components and the bendable OLED display. A protective thin plastic sheet (tinted to a dark shade and given a polyurethane coating to make it scratch resistant) encases the body. This is attached to a highly stretchable polyurethane band using ultrasonic welding, doing away with the need for buckles and snap-locks. The watch is flexible and can withstand shocks if dropped.

F-Moments by Kiran Pal Sagoo

F-Moments or Fluid Moments uses electroactive polymer (EAP) to create soft, organic needles that display the time. Normally the watch sports a transparent and invisible face, but a simple tap on it “wakes” it up to display the current time as fluid mounds that resemble clock-hands.

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Just when a Tokyoflash watch has reached the pinnacle of unreadability, it looks like the company has scaled things back slightly — very, very, very slightly. Kisai’s Wasted watch makes “your senses [come] alive” by turning the time display into a sort of psychedelic light show, one that it would take a modern day Timothy Leary to decode. It’s apparently supposed to simulate some sort of hallucinatory state, although we’re guessing that it’s much more likely to give you a migraine. Rechargeable via USB, and available now for $85 plus shipping. Turn on, tune in, and click the source link to get started — or peep the video after the break if you’re uncertain, man.

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(MOP) The UAE has vending machines for gold bars, Paris sells CK cologne with them, but what is on offer in the vending machines in Nanjing? The answer is… Hairy Crab! At Xinjiekou station on Metro Line 1, near where you come out at Dayuanpan, you can see a machine.

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From IFeng:

According to a report from Xinhua made on  December 25, this is another year of yellow  chrysanthemums and and fat crabs, and at Xinjiekou station on Nanjing’s metro, a machine selling the latter has appeared. From the first of October until now, local sentiment has gone from novelty, to suspicion, to the beginnings of acceptance, to welcome; the amount sold has gone from one a day to around two hundred.

This reporter saw that the machine at Xinjiekou station contained five rows of crabs, with different sizes being sold for 10RMB, 15RMB, 25RMB, and 50RMB. At the bottom of the machine there were even bottles of crab vinegar, being sold for 5RMB each. A lot of people couldn’t help stopping for a look, some even whipping out their cameras and taking photos. Nanjinger Cai Qun fed 200RMB into the machine, pressed the number corresponding to the crabs she wanted, and bought eight of the 25RMB size. She said: "Two days ago, I was passing by, and saw that they were cheaper than the markets. I was curious so I got two. They tasted alright, so I’m back today for more."

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