LEGO bricks are some of the most awesome things on earth. They’re incredibly versatile for building all kinds of structures, and you can make some pretty impressive machines with them when you combine them with Technic and Mindstorms parts.
So you are aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise on a five year mission and you beam down to a planet to do some geological studies, when suddenly Trelaine aka The Squire of Gothos, turns everything on the planet into LEGO creations.
Not all backpacks are created equal, and while some of them are made to carry specific gear, they aren’t always that well designed. Cote & Ciel’s Coated Techno Canvas Flat Backpack looks to be a thoughtfully-designed pack for carrying your laptop and other gear.
While to many people, bike tech doesn’t seem to evolve much, there are refinements every year making bikes somewhat more efficient than just a decade ago. But that doesn’t stop some people from wanting a quantum leap in tech advances.
This over-the-top wall clock has way more gears than it really needs – but it’ll definitely draw stares from anyone who tries to tell time with it.
Homeloo’s Jumbo Gear Clock has not 2, 3 or even 10 gears.
Unlike a normal clock, this funky modern timepiece keeps its hands stationary, letting the numbers on its dial rotate around the hands to tell the time. A simple gear-drive mechanism moves the outer ring around the clock mechanism.
The desk clock gets it’s name, “Pisa” from it’s eye-catching leaning tower design.
The guys over at dutch design firm OOOMS are best known for their wooden memory sticks, but here’s another interesting contraption that they also are responsible for.
Looking like a treadmill on wheels, the Speedy Rollator uses a special gear drive system to multiply your walking efforts and increase your pace.