Next time the cops pull you over, you might want to avoid the urge to answer calls on your iPhone if you put it in this case. Junior Tan has shared this 3D object for all to enjoy over at Thingiverse.
German designer Frederik Podzuweit has created Music For Deaf People, a concept collar that uses electricity to transform sound into vibrations felt in the userâ€™s neck, shoulders and collarbone.
Matthias Pugin’s concept adds a bit of motion and magic to the digital clock. The digits of the Switchital concept clock are made up of magnetic bars that hide and rearrange as needed.
The guys at Coca-Cola have been scheming to quench our thirst in a whole new way thanks to their new Freestyle machine, which lets you mix your own sodas from over 100 flavor combos.
These headphones offer a striking steel design, but their lightweight construction puts minimal pressure on your head. A pair of 50mm dual-diaphragm drivers push frequencies from 5Hz to 30KHz.
We had no idea so many celebs had jumped on the Android OS bandwagon. The guys over at Celebrity Android Sightings have cataloged some of the more famous Android celebs.
When you aren’t actually using these elegant, solid concrete USB drives from Shu-Chun Hsiao, they make great paperweights. Bonus: the weight of the block is similar to the capacity in terms of grams.
Finally, someone’s filled the need for an electrical socket with USB ports. The U-Socket has two 5-volt USB ports in additional to two standard three-prong ports. It fits into any existing wall outlet.
This awesome new app lets you create complex 3D models by sculpting them out of virtual clay, then painting them. Best of all, the app is totally free. Sorry, Windows only :(
Universal Hovercraft’s UH-18SPW Hoverwing is a flight-capable hovercraft kit. Yes, a flying hovercraft. It can go as high as 10 feet off the surface of the water, and a max speed of 75 mph.
The latest of HPs TouchSmart portables, the tm2-2050 wields a zippy Core i3-330UM CPU, and features a 12.1 capacitive touchscreen which can flip between laptop and tablet modes.
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Feeling evil? This pocket-sized device will wreak havoc with your friends’ TV, randomly turning it off without human intervention. Just make sure you let ’em know the truth before they call tech support.
This just-announced software and hardware combo will lets you search content from the web, cable, satellite or media library from your TV and control it all with an Android phone or Harmony remote.
Basic universal remotes are a dime-a-dozen, but programmable touchscreen modesl require deep pockets. The L5 converts your iPhone or iPod Touch into a high-end remote for just $50 bucks.
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