Jonas Damon has created a support for iPod and iPhone that converts your device into an old school alarm clock. Wood Areaware Jonas Damon Alarm Dock for iPod or iPhone is used to charge your mobile at night and gives your mobile phone the lookof an old radio clock.
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This system allows you to extend or remove the module safely and to configure and create a modular multi tap as per convenience. This basically provides a good solution for managing devices and configure your system and create your modular multi-touch.
This USB Hub that looks like a green peas necklace is a self-powered and contains four ports each in their own pod. They come in different colors, including pink and other wholesome hues, plus a really drab black. Read More…
Developed by Neurowear, the ears can be controlled with your thoughts, just concentrate to make them stand up. The wearer concentrates or sees something interesting and the ears stand up. And when you relax, your decreasing brain activity makes the ears fall down. Advertising it as a new communication tool that “increase the human body and ability”, the website introduces the product as a fashion item and gadget that uses brainwaves and other biosensors.
The Kawamura Ganjavian’s Twist&Brush is a toothbrush which has its own supply of toothpaste. This toothbrush concept is pretty smart, you just twist the bottom to move the toothpaste up from the reservoir to the bristles. Read More…
Buckyballs launched 3 new Executive Editions. The new editions are GOLD, These new colors will offer you make more cool shapes and patterns. You can mixture balls with different colors and make more cool patterns or just make original Buckyballs cube. Each Buckyballs set comes with 216 rare earth magnets that can be molded and stuck together in whatever shape your heart desires.
How many times have you begun to study for an exam and after 15 minutes get distracted and move on to doing something else. The Study Ball is a prison-style ball and chain that you can program to keep track of how much time you spend studying. Once you’ve selected the desired duration, you chain the ball to your ankle and the manacle won’t come off until the schedule study time is up.
A red LED indicator displays the “Study Time Left” and keeps you informed as to how much longer you’ve got to keep studying.
Originally a part of the ThinkGeek’s April Fool’s prank stock, when the company has traditionally showcased fake products that are completely over-the-top and absurd, the 8-bit Tie received such an overwhelming response that the company actually decided to produce the product for real.
Designed by Zhuo Wang, this chair has a pot incorporated into one of its rear legs. When the plant grows, it becomes one with the chair Maybe not so practical because I’d hate to kill a plant by sitting on it but it’s so pretty.
In Japan, regularly cleaning your ears is an essential habit of personal hygiene, as important as brushing ones hair and teeth. Some maid cafes even offer ear cleaning as one of their featured services.
The “Elephone” for want of a better word, has an anti-bacterial coating and features a clear plastic cover that screws onto the base of the earpick trunk. An integral phone strap allows you to attach the charm to your cell phone, provided it’s of the Japanese style that has a case grommet.
md4 200 in size and appearance may resemble to a toy – and the fact that it can squirt a jet of water on to unsuspecting people’s heads may add to that impression.
md4 200 is made in Germany by microdrone GmbH. It reach an altitude of 400m and stay in the sky for 30 minutes. A remote-controlled and almost silent miniature helicopter, the “Microdrone” can act as a police commander’s eye in the sky, capturing images with both a video and an infra-red camera and instantly transmitting it to operators on the ground up to 500 yards away. Barely the size of a dustbin lid – around two feet across – the tiny drone is nonetheless armed to the hilt with crime-fighting technology, including a squirt-gun which can fire jets of a liquid called “SmartWater” which can be identified by police.
Zing Laser created for fans of laser engraving can do amazing mods and customizations. With this laser you’ll be able to mod more things than you might imagine. The Zing Laser, one of the first fully functional low-cost laser etchers on the market, has 25 watts of cutting power and can engrave designs into wood, acrylic, plastic, leather, cork, glass, treated metals and more.
Here’s a video of an iPhone getting carved and the laser cutting through wood.
When hooked up to a personal computer, the Zing is recognized as a printer.
This calendar is dedicate for those who love to pup this bubble wrap. Stephen Turbek came up with the Bubble Calendar after much development and working through production issues. Two different calendar are finally available; they come in both horizontal and vertical versions, and are backed on clear acetate or on white paper.