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Tag: Green

Sennheiser EcoVinyl Turntable Concept: Environment-Friendly Wiki Wiki

Sennheiser EcoVinyl Turntable Concept: Environment-Friendly Wiki Wiki
I don’t know where Fast Co. Design got this statistic, but apparently “only 10% of regular headphone consumers” know about the audio company Sennheiser. Industrial designer Matthew Lim thought of a way of helping the company boost it’s popularity, primarily with the 24- to 35-year old demographic.

Xbox (360) Supreme: The Big Green Monster

Xbox (360) Supreme: The Big Green Monster
Would you believe that what you’re looking at here is an Xbox 360 console? Yeah, me neither. But it is. A modder going by the name Kier created this mean green machine using a modified Lian-Li PC-XB01 case, loaded with extras.

Kinetic Power Suit Ready to Charge Your MP3 Player AND Make You Look Foolish

Kinetic Power Suit Ready to Charge Your MP3 Player AND Make You Look Foolish
One thing that always bugged me was when my iPod would run out of power while I’m on the treadmill or cross-trainer. Like a lot of people, I rely on a lot of upbeat music and my trusty workout mix to get through days when I just don’t feel like hitting the gym.

Recycled Newspapers Could Be Tomorrow’s Fuel

Recycled Newspapers Could Be Tomorrow’s Fuel
A lot of time and resources have been devoted to finding an alternative means of fuel, since the world is fast running out of fossil fuels. Some say that we’re already past peak oil, while others say that we are quickly approaching such point before the rate of petroleum extraction enters a terminal decline.

Print A Forest: 100 Documents = 1 Tree

Print A Forest: 100 Documents = 1 Tree
A lot of offices are going paperless to show that they’re trying to be more green (the good, environmental kind) and eco-friendly. However, there are still many instances where physical copies of documents are still required.

Chevy Volt Plugless Power Charger Needs No Wires

Chevy Volt Plugless Power Charger Needs No Wires
The Chevy Volt is a cool car if you are into the green vehicle movement. You can charge the batteries in the car up at night for full EV driving for short drives. The cool part is that you don’t have to worry about being stranded because the Volt has a gasoline motor that recharges the batteries when the driving range exceeds the charge.

Flower Grenades: For Peaceful Eco-Terrorists

Flower Grenades: For Peaceful Eco-Terrorists
When you see a vacant lot that’s fenced off and no one seems to care about it all that much, why not throw some grenades at it? No, not the ordinary explosive kind – but instead use some Flower Grenades.

Eco-Friendly Sprout Watches Are Bright, Colorful, and Biodegradable

Eco-Friendly Sprout Watches Are Bright, Colorful, and Biodegradable
I consider it extremely wasteful when parents allow their kids to just discard their old stuff even though they’re still working or in good condition, just because they’ve gotten tired of it or bored with its look.

Orphiro Electric Motorcycle is a Cruiser, not a Racer

Orphiro Electric Motorcycle is a Cruiser, not a Racer
Back in January, I mentioned the Mission R electric racing motorcycle that was so cool and looked really sexy too. If that sort of racing motorcycle isn’t what gets your green geek lust stoked, perhaps this cruiser from Orphiro will get you excited.

Vax Ex Cardboard Vacuum: Clean and Green

Vax Ex Cardboard Vacuum: Clean and Green
Think you’ll be seeing a lot of disposable appliances and tech in the future? Loughborough University student Jake Tyler thinks so. He designed this concept, and it was then picked up by European vacuum maker Vax.

Piezoelectric Keyboards Could Power Your Laptops by Typing

Piezoelectric Keyboards Could Power Your Laptops by Typing
Imagine using your laptop and powering it up by simply using the keyboard. If you think about it, it starts to make sense because if the power typing could be harnessed, it could be used to generate electricity.

Green Siemens Airplane is the Chevy Volt of Aviation

Green Siemens Airplane is the Chevy Volt of Aviation
I have always wanted to learn to fly, since aviation is an interest of mine. It’s been very interesting over the last few years to see the giant push for green vehicles in the automotive sector spill over into aviation.

Japanese Maglev Train to Run at 313 MPH!

Japanese Maglev Train to Run at 313 MPH!
The crazy cats in Japan have all sorts of cool gear that we will never see in the US. One of the coolest technological accomplishments in my book is the high-speed bullet trains that can cruise at up to 150 MPH today.

Pixel Qi Shows Off Solar-Power for Tablets

Pixel Qi Shows Off Solar-Power for Tablets
Anyone that owns a gadget of any sort wants the thing to have the longest battery life possible. Batteries that can pack in more energy is the way many of us expect tech to evolve. You can also get batteries that charge faster making them easier to live with and if we can reduce the power the gadgets need, they will run longer with smaller batteries.

Philips Unveils World’s First Direct LED Replacement for 75W Incandescent Bulbs

Philips Unveils World’s First Direct LED Replacement for 75W Incandescent Bulbs
I understand that changing your light bulbs in the home from the normal incandescent to more efficient CCFL or LED lights can save you a bunch of money. The problem I have always had with LED bulbs is that the color light tends to be weird and the bulbs are just so damn expensive.

YikeBike Fusion: A Geeky Bike for Less

YikeBike Fusion: A Geeky Bike for Less
Way back in 2009, we first talked about the then new YikeBike that was an electric bike make from carbon fiber. The bike has a very geeky design, and if I might say – makes the rider look really weird riding it.

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