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3.19.14

3.19.14

By Peter

Project Morpheus VR – First it was Oculus Rift on Kickstarter, then there were rumors about Gabe Newell and Steam going into virtual reality, but that’s enough conjecture because Sony just unveiled their foray into the world of VR. Project Morpheus VR is made to work hand-in-hand with the (spoiler alert) PlayStation 4, and the current PlayStation Move motion sensor. Development began all the way back in 2010, and all that hard work has specs that include 1080P display, 1000Hz motion detection, positional head tracking, and external video output (so other geeks can see what the gamer sees). So far the talk has been all about hardware, but hopefully soon we can all learn what games will be supported.

Source: Sony

Saucony 3 Dots Pack – The Saucony Grid 9000 is one handsome running shoe. The upper paneling is a bit complex with the blend of leather, nubuck, plastic and mesh, however the result is a runner perfect for the Spring weather. The gum soles give it an extra sporty appeal, and the lacelocks are a nice throwback performance touch. The Grid 9000 will release in two new colorways to comprise the upcoming 3 Dots Pack. Expect the green and red colorways to be available in stores soon.

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10.Deep Spring 2014 “Victory” Lookbook – 10.Deep has taken on a number of themes and their latest is inspired sports. The “Victory” lookbook for Spring 2014 is takes notes from the nostalgic imagery of the Olympic games, but with a streetwear twist. The patterned stars are a reminder of the vintage US uniforms, while other pieces hint at track and field events. The collection is well thought out. While most brands may only focus on a couple of staple pieces, 10.Deep went in. From the embroidery to the color-blocking, the collection defines an area of sportswear that any Olympic fan can recall.

Source: 10.Deep

 

Common Projects Backpack – There has been a lot of speculation that the luxury sneaker maker Common Projects may offer a backpack, but the rumors can be put to rest with the arrival of two clean leather backpacks. The backpacks have a simple daypack design and utility: a large compartment with an additional oversized zipper pocket. But, it’s the small details that make these backpacks from Common Projects different. The bags are crafted from premium leather, and are buttery soft to the touch. The interior is re-lined with another layer of leather, and the hardware is all metal. The backpacks are available in black and an off-white, and both should age handsomely.

Source: Revolve

Herman Miller “SAYL” Chair – If you ever have to sit in an office all day, then you know how important a good office chair means. Herman Miller revolutionized the game with the “Aeron” chair, but at $700 its a tough sell. The “SAYL” chair is the gateway into good seating. At under $500 the chair offers similar award winning ergonomics, superior engineering, and sophisticated styling. The “SAYL” was designed by celebrated designer Yves B'ehar, and can be custom ordered in a combination of colors.

Source: Herman Miller

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