The guys at TechRadar envision a world in which Microsoft and Sony put aside their differences to collaborate on the ultimate gaming console. One which not only plays next-gen games, but games from past-gen systems.
Similar to the Tick Clip, Why The Friday’s Instant Table are tall clamps that can be attached to any suitable material to make a table or perhaps a bed. The resulting furniture can easily be disassembled.
Playground Inc. presents its ideas for Google Glass apps. The company says that all of these can be made today, but they can’t be implemented with the current battery technology and the API for Glass. More here.
Lamborghini’s gift to itself for its 50th birthday. Inspired by the Apache helicopter, the Egoista has a single-occupant cockpit, a 5.2L V10 engine, stabilizing flaps and aircraft-like LED lights. Makes the Veneno look downright sane.
Prototypes from the Adobe XD team. The pen can be used to draw and transfer images between devices. But the real innovation is the ruler, which adds guidelines on screen to make it easier to draw lines and shapes accurately.
Designer Thibaut Rouganne came up with the Envol, a portable desk for frequent travelers who could use a workspace on the go. The Envol can be used on a table or while in bed. It also doubles as a briefcase.
(NSFW) Durex wants to make long distance relationships more bearable with its concept underwear. Available for both men and women, the underwear has actuators that are activated using a mobile app. Learn more about it here.
The Omni is an omnidirectional “treadmill” that can track when a user walks, runs or jumps, the perfect companion to the Oculus Rift. Virtuix will launch a Kickstarter soon, with pricing expected between $400-$600. More demos here.
The Concept GLA is a compact SUV designed to take you off road and pamper you when you get there. Its headlights have projectors built-in and it has two cameras mounted on its roof. Good luck finding a flat screen in the wild.
A concept for multipurpose furniture by Julia Kononenko. It can be converted from a sofa into a dinner table for six people. The cushions turn into stools while the double-layered backrest turns into a tabletop.
Federico Bianco suggests features for the next Apple iOS. Some are borrowed from jailbreak apps – shortcuts to settings, SMS quick reply, downloading files in Safari – but the half-open mode for apps is a novel idea.
Hello Europe! is a plan to install large screens with webcams in different cities all over Europe. Every 30 minutes each screen will randomly switch and connect to another screen to maximize their reach.