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Tag: Concept

LG Smart Activity Tracker Wristband Takes Aim at Nike+ FuelBand

LG Smart Activity Tracker Wristband Takes Aim at Nike+ FuelBand
It seems like this is the year that many manufacturers are trying to get into the fitness tracking wristband market, which has been largely dominated by the Nike+ FuelBand since it came out. Now LG has outed a gadget which seems like a mashup of many different devices, all put onto your wrist.

PaperTab Thin and Flexible Tablet: Paper 2.0

PaperTab Thin and Flexible Tablet: Paper 2.0
In the future, we may not have any problems with carrying even full-sized tablets in our pockets because they’ll be as portable as plain old paper, as shown in this prototype technology called PaperTab. It was developed by Intel, Plastic Logic and Queen’s University’s Human Media Lab.
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Subway Signal Light Could Reduce Train Door Accidents

Subway Signal Light Could Reduce Train Door Accidents
It might sound funny when you hear about some poor commuter getting stuck in the door of the subway, but it’s actually pretty dangerous. I know I wouldn’t want it to happen to me. It’s something that can potentially happen to any one of us – especially on a crowded train – and designer Hyun Ju Park thinks he can tackle it with his Subway Signal Light concept.

NVIDIA Project Shield Mobile Gaming System Revealed

NVIDIA Project Shield Mobile Gaming System Revealed
Taking aim at the multi-billion dollar gaming industry, NVIDIA today revealed its own mobile gaming console, codenamed “Project Shield,” which is designed to combine the best of Android handheld devices with the best of console gaming.

Aladdin USB Key Makes Passwords Easier to Use (and Steal)

Aladdin USB Key Makes Passwords Easier to Use (and Steal)
Passwords are one of the weakest links of online security. Or rather, people who have weak passwords are the weakest links. I personally know of a couple of people who use dead simple passwords because they’re afraid that if they use more secure but more complex ones that they’ll just forget those and end up locking themselves out of their own accounts.

LEGO Iron Man Mk. VII Concept: Brick Man

LEGO Iron Man Mk. VII Concept: Brick Man
A few months ago Mike McCooey wowed the Web with his poseable LEGO Spider-Man. Now he’s back with another poseable LEGO superhero, and with your support, perhaps LEGO can make it an official product. It’s an amazing build of Tony Stark in his Iron Man Mark VII armor.

Qii Roll-up Mobile Keyboard: Cool Design, But Will It Be Made?

Qii Roll-up Mobile Keyboard: Cool Design, But Will It Be Made?
There are plenty of options for people who prefer to get stuff done on their mobile devices using an external keyboard. While I do have a bluetooth keyboard for my iPad, I rarely use one for my iPhone.

MakeBlock Construction Platform: Aluminum LEGO

MakeBlock Construction Platform: Aluminum LEGO
What if your tools and toys had interchangeable parts? What if you could build robots and electronics without knowing how to program? That’s the concept behind MakeBlock, a construction platform that its inventor Jasen Wang describes as “LEGO for adults”, a statement that will surely endear him to millions of adult LEGO and LEGO Technic enthusiasts.

Bubble Outdoor Room: You Could Just Use a Tent

Bubble Outdoor Room: You Could Just Use a Tent
The weather can be such a pain sometimes. One minute it’s warm and sunny out, the next it’s raining cats and dogs. Normally, I don’t mind, but it becomes a problem if I’m heading out to meet up with friends or attend some sort of outdoor gathering.

Sneaker Speaker: Sock Rockin’ Beats!

Sneaker Speaker: Sock Rockin’ Beats!
Are you the kind of person that likes to share your tunes with people, no matter if they like them or hate them? Check out the Sneaker Speaker, which will allow you blast your beats wherever the go, without missing a step.

Nebula 12 Indoor Weather Station Makes Clouds: No Need to Look Out the Window

Nebula 12 Indoor Weather Station Makes Clouds: No Need to Look Out the Window
Here in the Philippines, we have no real need for a weather app. It’s this simple: the weather here is great. If you’re a plant. I’m not a plant, so I just accept that the weather sucks.

Clip Mouse Concept: Now Why Didn’t I Think of This?

Clip Mouse Concept: Now Why Didn’t I Think of This?
If you’re like me, you loathe the idea of using a trackpad on your laptop. I grew up using mice, and I’m about 1000 times more efficient using a mouse than a trackpad. So whenever I hit the road, I carry a mouse everywhere I go.

Affectation: Interchangeable Clothing Uses Magnets to Quick-Change Your Look

Affectation: Interchangeable Clothing Uses Magnets to Quick-Change Your Look
A girl can never have too many clothes. That is, if she has unlimited funds and unlimited closet space. Unfortunately, that happens to be false (on both counts) for regular working girls like you and me.

Guardian Concept Uses Lasers to Tell Pedestrians When to Cross

Guardian Concept Uses Lasers to Tell Pedestrians When to Cross
Thousands of people lose their lives each year to car accidents. The sad thing is some of these deaths could have been prevented, had they taken more care when crossing the road. We can only do so much by raising awareness.

Chew on This: Keyboard With a Plate in the Middle

Chew on This: Keyboard With a Plate in the Middle
Keyboards are every computer user’s best friend. For one, you can’t really do much on your laptop or computer without one. And if you happen to have a tablet, you’ll have to endure the pains and inconveniences of a virtual keyboard if you don’t have a physical one.

Freehand Concept Turns Anything into a Remote Control, is Even Easier to Lose

Freehand Concept Turns Anything into a Remote Control, is Even Easier to Lose
The first TV remote control was released in 1951. The couch potato’s best friend has seen some improvements since then, but mostly in terms of its performance and capabilities e.g. no wires, more buttons and wider compatibility.
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