Anyone who has ever dealt with a rigid, bulky U-Lock might agree that the Foldylock is exactly the type of innovation they have been looking for in bike security. The 35.5″ sturdy lock folds down for easy stowing on a mount or in a bag.
Do you hate making your bed? Does a bunched up, misaligned and/or loose hanging top sheet really bother you too? This snap-together duvet and sheet design that reduces bed making time just might be a dream come true.
The Ministry of Supply has designed their Atlas dress sock prototype using strain analysis, pressure mapping, thermal imaging and a robotic knitting process (think 3D printing) to create these impressive-sounding foot covers.
The Stair-Rover is a skateboard with 8 wheels and a V-frame chassis. It lets you skate over rough terrain and even down flights of stairs. Designer Po-Chih Lai is ready to mass produce his invention, but he needs your help.
We initially thought of their SoloWheel as the world’s smallest Segway, but Inventist’s skateboard size Hovertrax might take the title. It weighs just 9lbs and can travel up to 4 miles at a speed up to 6mph on a one hour charge.
Brooklyn-based designer Jack Sutter has an efficient idea for reducing wallet bulk in your pocket with his TGT (pronounced “tight”) Wallet concept – a stylishly skinny recycled leather and elastic number.
A side-scroller action RPG by LarryPixel, to be released serially like a comic book, as you take on a variety of tasks to survive life on the Moon. For $40 or more, you can be immortalized in the game.