SeeSpace InAiR is an HDMI add-on for HDTVs. It searches online for information related to what you’re watching, and displays it as a floating overlay. It also connects to your social networks. The 3D version can float info in front of the TV.
The x12 bed can analyze its user’s sleeping habits. It also has many customizable options, including firmness, articulation and even massage settings, all adjustable via a remote control or via voice control. Available this year for $8,000+.
Candle scale models of famous skyscrapers. Designer Naihan Li said, “I’m tired of modernity. I like watching these buildings burn and melt into artistic pieces. I light these for fun, I think I’ve burnt 20 sets just myself.”
Designed by Andy Hilton, SwingLab is a modular porch swing. It has two removable backrests that you can attach on notches along its four sides and even on the middle of the seat. It’s handmade out of cypress, aluminum and steel cables.
The Bedjet can warm or cool your bed better than room heaters, air conditioners or even electric blankets can. It can heat your bed in as little as three minutes and can be toggled via its remote control or a mobile app.
According to our calculations, you won’t be using a crystal bowl to hold your treats for another 30-40 years. Until then, place your mini candy canes, keys or extra coinage into this fun handmade cast iron skull, and savor your youth.
An easy to transport prefabricated home with a cement wood board exterior. The 290sq.ft. home has a bedroom, a living room/kitchen area and a bathroom, and comes with the necessary wiring and plumbing. Video here.
A coffeemaker designed with elegance and simplicity in mind. It has one-button operation and a capacity of 40oz. It automatically adjusts its settings based on the amount of water left in its tank. Video here. More here.
Rumpl is a blanket made from durable and water-resistant ripstop nylon, the same material used in outdoor jackets, vests and sleeping bags. It’s rugged and light enough for outdoor use but is equally welcome at home.
True Emporium sells entire room furnishings that fit in military style footlockers. There’s a living room, a dining room and a wine bar set. The furniture are handmade and built partly out of reclaimed wood and steel.
Made by Legrand, the Adorne Pop-Out Outlet is a replacement for the traditional wall socket. It gives you a three-socket cube that stays flush with its cover until you need it. Just give it a slight push and it pops out.
Made by garage storage maker Gladiator GarageWorks, the Chillerator is a heavy-duty and energy-efficient 19 cu.ft. refrigerator. It has a stainless steel body and 5″ solid rubber casters for easy cleanup and transport.
Kikkerland’s log-shaped cushions are filled with micro beads and come in oak, sycamore and birch designs. Sleep like a log with pillows that look like logs. These pillows put the lumber in slumber. Okay we’ll stop now.
Remember Corning and Microsoft’s visions of the future? Well, they’re coming true. A company called Posh View is working on the iMirror, which is basically a large touchscreen device and mirror. Another demo here.
An easy solution for managing cable clutter. Hide your wires, chargers and adapters in the spacious CableBin. It has openings at the side and on top and has adhesive hooks for attaching power outlets and other devices to the side of the bin.
Click Clips are handy substitutes for magnets, pins and tacks. Their adhesive sticks to any smooth and non-porous surface such as steel, glass, wood and ceramic. They can be peeled off and stuck again over and over.
Are you always losing your socks? Pair them together with this affordable and easy to install buttons. Sock Snappers will keep your socks – or any clothing – together even in the washer. One pack contains 10 pairs of buttons.
Formerly exclusive to theaters, Tremor FX is now selling its sound-activated butt-shaking recliners to home users. It works with any video player or game console that has an HDMI output, and doesn’t require content to be specially encoded.
For gamers and workstation users. It has seven USB 3.0 ports, four 110v power plugs, a DVI plug, jacks for headphones, speakers and mic. Built from metal with “carbon fiber” vinyl, LED ambient lights, and a tower PC platform.
John Z. Blazevich is selling his 50,000 sq. ft. home in Rolling Hills, CA. Zoning restrictions forced John to keep the house a single level above ground, but underground it’s a different story. Five stories to be exact. More here.
CerealBoxes is a hilarious collection of cereals meticulously preserved and framed as if they were jewelry or ancient insects. We love the tongue-in-cheek descriptions for each “specimen box.” Sadly the prices are a joke as well.
Cush Design Studio makes custom consoles for your record player setup, with space for vinyls and speakers. It’s made of corrugated cardboard and walnut. You can also order one with a new player and speakers included.
The Pocket Pillow is a throw pillow with two pockets on one side. Use it to hold small objects like a bottle or a remote control (unless your remote control is also a pillow). We prefer the plain version – it’s not too gaudy.
Circle lets you supervise and limit the online activity of your family members. Use it to forbid access to certain websites, schedule offline times for individual devices, monitor online activity, block ads and more.
The customizable Haiku’s LEDs are 80% more efficient than standard light bulbs and last 3 times longer than CFLs, all while emitting less heat. They also have 16 dimmer settings. It’s also more efficient than standard ceiling fans.