Encoder Rings began as an investigation in how to store precious or personal digital information. The result is a series of rings that are decorated with tiny blobs and holes, that actually represent letters in binary code; the code used as the basis for digital information.
SPAcer is a movable Spa bath that can fold up against the wall to save floor space. The SPAcer is not just a bathtub but also is a spa, and combines the luxury of both in one elegant design. It is even designed with the human body in mind, and hence when you use the SPAcer, your body would feel secure and warm.
Zeppelin is an integrated iPod speaker system from Bowers & Wilkins, makers of the speakers used to monitor the recording of much of the music on your iPod. And those same B&W technologies and systems that world-leading studios depend on have found their way into Zeppelin. So it can fill your room with crisp, deep, lifelike stereo sound that may have you doubting your ears.
Expressionist Bass - nice looking desktop sub-woofers by Altec Lansing. The Expressionist Bass features twin desktop speakers with subwoofers built right in. That’s right, the bass is in the base of each speaker. Separate 1 ½” drivers deliver mid and high frequencies so vocals and details come through with brilliant clarity.
Sony released the newest gadget in their Odo line of green products - the Twirl n’ Take camera - a digital camera that is powered by kinetic energy! Roll the head for 15 seconds in order to generate enough energy to take a picture.
A toaster that can print anything onto a piece of bread from Swedish manufacturer Electrolux. designers invented a toaster that can burn pretty much anything onto your morning slice, including the news.
The Scan Toaster connects to a PC over USB and downloads everything from local weather conditions and the current time to the morning’s news headlines.
The Sensory Deprivation Skull is a chamber of sorts in which you can sit and essentially cut yourself off from the world. Created in 2007 by Joep van Lieshout of Atelier Van Lieshout, it’s comprised of reinforced fiberglass, measures 150 cm tall by 110 cm long and 137 cm wide and is available in a limited edition of 10.
Apple has unveiled its thinnest ever iPod nearly seven years after they first introduced the revolutionary MP3 player.
The fourth generation Nano features a new Genius function which allows you to create automatic play lists from the iPod’s library with the click of a button as well as a ‘shake to shuffle’ mode sending the gadget to shuffle mode with the flick of a wrist.