Back in simpler, snowier times in January at the Sundance Film Festival, The Big Pony Fragrance Collection by Ralph Lauren made its digital debut with a fragrant twist on sound and cinema. The opening-night celebration showcased a short film developed by filmmaker and photographer Bruce Weber, as well as a live performance by OneRepublic, the pop rock band whose hit song "Secrets" serves as the soundtrack to the film.
Michael Jackson may be dead but his legend -- and more importantly to his next of kin, his earning power -- lives on. And now thanks to the awkwardly-colonless Michael Jackson The Experience for Wii, you can dance like the King of Pop. Without the shame having to dress like Corey Feldman circa 1989.
I know. It's been no fun at all to shoot or watch any home movies ever since Avatar (or possibly Piranha 3-D) blew your mind and changed the way you looked at images. But don't despair! Now there's a portable and affordable HD camcorder that actually shoots in 3-D.
For the first time in years, Jeopardy! is back as a great console game. Alex Trebek is re-imagined as a snarkly little Mii in this game for the trivia lover, and you're allowed to answer questions in multiple-choice or in voice-assisted auto-complete format. Fabulous and educational. All your tech-savvy geek kids will appreciate it.
If you've ever listened to friends (or Movieline employees) say that they could sing better than Cory Monteith, now is your chance to have them prove it by gifting them with the perfect addition to any Gleek's (parent's) entertainment studio.
The Optoma PICO Pocket Projector hooks up to your iPhone, iPod or anything with a composite AV out and projects a 60 inch image... and it weighs about 4 oz. Obviously it's an ideal gift for anyone who's always talking about preparing a "presentation for clients" or for those who do more than a bit of public speaking. But actually, pretty much anyone can have fun with a miniature projector.