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Archive for July 2013

MetalCore Vinyl Door Decals: Hack to Open

MetalCore Vinyl Door Decals: Hack to Open
Ever wanted to live in a futuristic spaceship just so you could have those cool metal doors on all of your rooms? While that might just be a pipedream, you can easily transform your current abode into a science fiction/video game set thanks to these new door decals.

Ohita Fresh Air Module Concept Would Generate Clean Air on Demand

Ohita Fresh Air Module Concept Would Generate Clean Air on Demand
Fresh air has become more scarce with the continued, rapid urbanization in many countries, particularly China. Recent issues with smog and germs have even forced residents to wear masks for their protection. The first wearable air purifier concept we encountered was the Hand Tree, which was basically a bracelet that purified air for its wearer.
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360 Electrical Rotating Outlets & Power Strips: Power from All Angles

360 Electrical Rotating Outlets & Power Strips: Power from All Angles
Like the Pivot Power, 360 Electrical’s products allow you to cram in electrical plugs and adapters that would otherwise not fit in one outlet or power strip. But unlike Quirky’s power strip where the whole body is adjustable, 360 Electrical’s products have sockets that rotate in place.

Star Wars Suitcases: Pack Your Bags for a Galaxy Far, Far Away

Star Wars Suitcases: Pack Your Bags for a Galaxy Far, Far Away
These Star Wars suitcases are a great way to pack for your next trip to sunny Mos Eisley, wintery Hoth, swampy Dagobah or even the Death Star resort in orbit.

Human Speaker: Manual Auto Tune

Human Speaker: Manual Auto Tune
There are dozens of ways we can modify our voice, but designer Nic Wallenberg made a silly device that bypasses the vocal chords altogether to make unusual sounds come out of one’s mouth. Hence the name Human Speaker.

Life-sized Cardboard Gremlin: Never Get it Wet

Life-sized Cardboard Gremlin: Never Get it Wet
Why would anyone ever own a Mogwai? You are just asking for trouble. Have you not seen the movies? Those cute little furballs turn into Gremlins. They are like tribbles, but deadly. Don’t ever own a Mogwai people!

Barbie Gets Real

Barbie Gets Real
Teens struggle with body image and weight issues every day, and it doesn’t help that media flaunts images of size 0 and below models on their screens every few minutes or so. But if you think about it, toymakers are partly to blame because of the toys they’re churning out of their factories.

Lernstift Vibrating Pen Making a Buzz on Kickstarter

Lernstift Vibrating Pen Making a Buzz on Kickstarter
Earlier this year we heard about Lernstift, a concept for a pen that helps kids spell and write correctly by vibrating to point out mistakes. The folks behind this promising invention have now launched a fundraiser on Kickstarter.

Clap-Off Bra Deserves a Standing Ovation

Clap-Off Bra Deserves a Standing Ovation
Here’s an invention that would go well with the Clapper: a bra that unclasps when you clap. Now that’s a reason to turn the lights down low. You’d think this gadget would be a hit on the Internet, but its Kickstarter was actually a massive flop.

Custom G36 Coilgun Energy Weapon: Bang to the Future

Custom G36 Coilgun Energy Weapon: Bang to the Future
I always find Star Trek’s utopia future pretty dumb. The human race is never going to be perfect and live in harmony. Because… This thing. This gun from the future is all kinds of bad-ass. It looks like Smith and Wesson made love to TRON and left this bright glowing and deadly baby on our doorstep.

Star Wars Mickey Mouse Ears: LucasHats

Star Wars Mickey Mouse Ears: LucasHats
Sure, we can all laugh about these Star Wars Mickey Mouse ears and point and say “Those merchandising fools. That’s ridiculous.” But remember, Disney now owns Lucasfilm, and therefore Star Wars. I wouldn’t be surprised if people wore this stuff in the next movies.

Chalkboard Car Invites Street Art and Graffiti from Passersby

Chalkboard Car Invites Street Art and Graffiti from Passersby
Ever snickered as you walked past a car that vandals drew stuff on with soap? That laughter will disappear as quickly as it came when you reach your car and see that they’ve done the same to you.

Hibermate: See No People, Hear No People

Hibermate: See No People, Hear No People
Sleeping eye masks can only do so much. Because while they black out the real world from sight, they don’t block out the sounds that might cause you to toss and turn in bed. If you really want to drown out the world, then you need to block out the sounds and the sights.

Nerdtendo Gamebooze Flasks: Press A to Barf

Nerdtendo Gamebooze Flasks: Press A to Barf
We all could use a little nip of booze now and then. Life is stressful. But you want to drink stealthily. That means hiding your flask so it doesn’t look like you are drinking. This awesome Nerdtendo Gamebooze should do the trick.

Stand Tall with Star Wars Wedges and Superhero Pumps

Stand Tall with Star Wars Wedges and Superhero Pumps
These wedges are made for walking, but you can also just display them for good measure because they look more like collectible works of art than actual footwear. These Star Wars wedges, for example, feature the most noted characters from the hit franchise, from Princess Leia and Luke Skywalker to Darth Vader and several of his Stormtroopers.

3D Printing with Liquid Metals at Room Temperature: One Small Step for Terminators

3D Printing with Liquid Metals at Room Temperature: One Small Step for Terminators
We’ve seen a 3D printer make objects out of soft materials, and one that uses titanium powder.  This 3D printer made by researchers at North Carolina State University is somewhere in between: it uses a liquid metal alloy that is stable at room temperature.
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