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Print your own ‘mini-me’ at the Omote 3D phot...

The best designs are often the most simple. Take the latest 3-D printing technology, combine it with Japanese tradition and what do you get? A unique pop-up photo booth producing miniature human replicas. The concept for Omote 3D Shashin Kan came from by PARTY, a 'creative lab' with studios in Tokyo and New York producing hyper-versatil...

‘BOLDKING’ top quality razor blades at a fair...

Sometimes you come across a company and you think: "Why did I started that?". Such a company is BOLDKING. What they do is sell razorblades at a fair price. Well that not that special, but the way they do it is: [dontsplit] SELECT YOUR PLAN Do you shave every day? Or just once a week? Choose a personal plan that suits your needs. [...

‘Morphees’ phones that morph on demand

Morphees are thin, electronic displays capable of automatically changing shape to perform certain functions. Researchers say that if brought to market, the devices could usher in a new era in mobile computing, breaking down the physical barriers that have traditionally defined smartphones, tablets, and gaming consoles. Scientists in Europ...

‘KIBARDIN’ a levitating wireless computer mouse.

KIBARDIN presents a new product - levitating wireless computer mouse. The Bat is a set that consists of a base - mouse pad and floating mouse with magnet ring. One of the goals of this product - to prevent and treat the contemporary disease Carpal tunnel syndrome (Median nerve dysfunction / entrapment). Мany active computer users can be ...

How It Feels through ‘Glass’

Want to see how Glass actually feels? It's surprisingly simple. Say "take a picture" to take a picture. Record what you see, hands free. Even share what you see, live. Directions are right in front of you. Speak to send a message, or translate your voice. Get the notifications that matter most. Ask whatever's on your mind and get answers with...

Lumino Kinetic + Beyond

A media project explores the properties of light and perception of space, for the purpose of digital media art and product design, presented at IDAS (Hongik University) as my thesis project.

‘Google Time’ a simply beautiful way to watch

With wearable tech a bit of a buzzphrase right now and talk of a possible Apple/Intel smartwatch doing the rounds, this concept for what a Google watch might look like is right on cue. Using Google’s latest design language, this ‘Google Time’ concept by Adrian Maciburko is a nice idea for a super-simple take on the kinds of feat...

“Lapka” the Personal Environment Monitor

A precise and beautiful set of devices designed to measure and play with the hidden qualities of your environment. "IT’S REALLY AN ACCESSORY… IT’S ANOTHER PAIR OF SHOES, OR ANOTHER BAG, OR ANOTHER PAIR OF NICE GLASSES." Although Lapka was designed in Moscow, Marmeladov and co. decided that the US would be a great place to launch ...

Hi, I’m ‘Romo’ The Smartphone Robot.

Best of all, you can play with me... from anywhere in the world! Play Together Invite friends and family to control Romo from anywhere in the world, using a simple, private URL invite. Grandparents can play hide-and-seek with grandkids! Evolving Behaviors Help Romo grow. The more you use him, the more he learns. Unlock new featu...

‘Philips hue’ app-controlled lightbulbs

Dubbed "the world's smartest LED bulb," the new Philips hue is an iOS application-controlled lightbulb that will be available only in Apple retail stores. The hue app also features what Philips has called "LightRecipes," which are four pre-programmed lighting settings based on the company's research regarding the biological effects that lighting...

‘hop!’ the following suitcase

Hop is a suitcase that follows the user. Represents the next generation of luggage, the following. The suitcase contains three receivers that are able to receive, identify and triangulate different signals coming from the user's cell phone. A microcontroller interprets these signals calculating the phone's position regarding to the suitcase. The...

‘No Place Like Home’ A pair of shoes that wil...

Dominic Wilcox has created a fully functional prototype pair of shoes that will guide you home no matter where you are in the world... "I was commissioned by the Global Footprint project in Northamptonshire, a place famous for shoe making, to create some shoes. I decided to make a pair of shoes that can navigate you to anywhere you wish to tr...

‘StreetPong’ a Traffic Light Lets You Play Pong

A very modern and amazing traffic crosswalk in central Germany that allows you to play a game of pong with someone on the other side of the street while waiting for the light to change.

‘Instacube’ is a frame that streams your Ista...

It’s quite obvious that Instagram plays an undeniably important role in our digital culture, and well, culture in general. It will soon be possible to integrate it into our daily lives even further with the help of Instacube, a cool connected gadget powered by an Android OS. Instacube will constantly stream your Instagram feeds directly to the...

‘Facedeals’ let’s you check-in with you...

Facebook check-ins are a powerful mechanism for businesses to deliver discounts to loyal customers, yet few businesses—and fewer customers—have realized it. A search for businesses with active deals in our area turned up a measly six offers. The odds we’ll ever be at one of those six spots are low (a strip club and photography studio among...

Is it a bird? Is it an airplane? It’s ‘Google...

Google Fiber starts with a connection speed 100 times faster than today's average broadband. Instant downloads. Crystal clear HD. And endless possibilities. It's not just TV. And it's not just Internet. It's Google Fiber. The next chapter of the Internet starts here. Google Fiber starts with Internet speeds 100 times faster than what ...

The ‘Chrome’ Story so far…

Chrome launched in September 2008, and its journey has been filled with inspiring & beautiful achievements of developers using the modern web. Google is just getting started though, and we can't wait to see where you take things next!

‘Simple’ rethinking banking

Maybe you’ve heard about Simple, the banking startup that’s got Silicon Valley (and everyone else) begging for an invitation. The company has recently started rolling out invitations to those who have been on their wait list. That a bank has a waiting list in this era is already remarkable to us. But their invitation proofs that they are ...

One day with ‘Project Glass’

We’re all well aware of this product and if they do it right it could be as revolutionary for computing as the iPhone was. Google’s ambitions for it include people being able to see the world through your eyes via image and streaming video and also—which is probably the most important one for most of us—providing you with the functionali...

‘Iris’ lets you take a picture by blinking twice

Never worry about adjusting ISO, shutter speed, or aperture when taking pictures again because Iris, a new concept camera from American product designer Mimi Zou, takes pictures of exactly what you see through your eyes. To capture an image, all you have to do is focus on an object through the lens-shaped camera and blink twice. Since her recent...

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