An Italian 3D printer maker called WASP has unveiled the largest 3D printer ever made, or at least it claims that it is the largest. The printer has a massive 40-foot tall frame that is 20-feet in diameter.
English company Terry Lifts has a small elevator designed to be an alternative to chairlifts. The Lifestyle Home Elevator lets residents, especially old people, shuffle between their floors with ease. It’s also a hilarious way to make an entrance.
The elevator has a capacity of about 550 lb.
When Superman’s not busy saving the world from impending doom, he’s out and about making sure that people’s books don’t fall or topple over. At least, that’s what it seems like with Israeli design studio Artori Design’s brand-spankin’ new Book and Hero bookend.
The bookends seem to defy the laws of physics, but the secret to the flying effect is just clever design: the stand for the books is angled, which makes it look like the pile of books is above to slide down.
Door locks that use Bluetooth or fingerprints have been around for years, but the makers of Ola appear to have combined both functions in one easy-to-install door lock.
Similar to recent smart locks such as Lockitron, instead of using keys you unlock Ola over Bluetooth using your mobile device.
When you think about over the top buildings, houses, and cars, one of the places that comes to mind is certainly Dubai. There is so much oil money in that country that people can afford to do just about anything you can dream up.
What’s something that you wanted as a kid, but never got to have? The list might be long, and the reasons are many: it didn’t exist; your parents wouldn’t allow it; you didn’t have enough cash; and so on and so forth.
If you are away from home a lot and want to keep an eye on your house, you might get a security alarm installed. The problem with those alarms is all they do is alarm when a window breaks or a door opens, they are far from smart.
Extension cords can be an eyesore. But they’re a necessary eyesore if you want most of your appliances and electronics to keep functioning, especially if they’re located in parts of your home that are far from a wall outlet.
How many hours a day do you spend working on stuff on your computer? If you have desk job, then chances are you spend the bulk of your day seated, whether it’s crunching numbers on Excel or doing other paperwork.
Can’t get your kids to do their chores or clean their rooms? Just strip them of their Internet access, and they’ll most likely be ready to do whatever it is you’ve been trying to get them to do in a jiffy.
Bookworms will be pleased to know that there’s another way to store and display books aside from shelves. In addition to furniture that incorporates space where you can arrange your books (like the Sunflower Chair), there are installations like the Hanging Book Rack that lets you do it with more flair.
Aren’t we all just wishing we had gotten our hands on some Bitcoins before they became really big? While that ship has sailed, there are still a lot more opportunities docked at the pier – it’s just a matter of studying them, weighing your options, and getting lucky with your next investment.
Her was an interesting movie, to say the least. It’s difficult to understand how someone could fall in love and develop a relationship with an operating system, but we might just see more of that happening with the release of EmoSPARK.
Do you find it hard to stay warm during winter even with the heater on? Well then I envy you, because it’s always hot and humid where I am. But Mark Aramli knows that feel bro, which is why he and his colleagues Scott Milligan and Shaun K.