iFetch: Fetching Ball Fun For pets

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The iFetch is a hassle free pet toy that allows your pet to play fetching ball by itself. Easy to use, just plug the toy in or insert 6 c-cell batteries if playing outdoors, press the button on the back, drop special iFetch balls in the hoop, and fetching ball fun for your pets begins.

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Self Inflating Solar Parasol

Jul 25, 2014

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The Self Inflating Solar Parasol is a clever interpretation of the traditional sun umbrella. The cloud shaped canopy is the brainchild of Studio Toer, a design studio based out of Eindhoven, Netherlands, specializing in home accessories and spacial design. The design utilizes a durable nylon fabric to create an aerodynamic skeleton-less body that can withstand

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PhoneSoap: Sanitize your Phone While Charging

Jul 24, 2014

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As smartphones continue to develop, their use increases as we spend more and more time on our handheld devices. Unfortunately, this leads to a breeding ground for harmful germs that have transferred from our hands during use. With the PhoneSoap Charger, you can sanitize your phone while charging it! Harnessing the power of UVC, which

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Fujitsu Flexbook: Convertible Origami Tablets

Jul 23, 2014

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Taiwanese designer Hao-Chun Huang has invented the Fujitsu Flexbook, a convertible origami tablet. With his innovative design, Huang’s ‘flexbook’ was shortlisted amongst more than 1000 entries into a recent competition by the website Designboom in partnership with Fujitsu, called the FUJITSU design award: a life with future computing. The flexbook is in effect an extremely

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Atlas: Stackable Garden Bench

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Atlas is a seating solution created by designer Giorgio Biscaro of SLIDE, an Italian-based design company. Atlas is created out of a rotationally-molded polyethylene, a process which involves creating a hollow mould using heat. The result is a structure which is light and smooth without compromise to the forms durability. Atlas is equally a stackable

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Dew Drop Tree Tents

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Dutch designer and sculptor Dré Wapenaar designed the dew drop-shaped tree tents, which are very spacious and hang from trees. The tents make camping an luxurious experience while still keeping you in touch with nature. Made of a steel frame wrapped in canvas, these tents are topped with a cloth roof. Sporting a spacious platform

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Life Tips Of The Week #52

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#52-A: Keep tools organized and easy to reach when you need them by using a magnetic strip to hold them. (via Listotic) #52-B: If the tips of your shoelaces are worn off, simply cut the tip of the shoelace and dip it in nail polish repeatedly. (via Fieggen) #52-C: Reuse old jars as storage for

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Goji: Smart Lock

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Goji is a smart lock that gives you complete control over your home using your smartphone. Additionally, it sends you real-time pictures of your visitors to your phone. All activities are recorded and can be reviewed with your Goji mobile app. Another one of its features is sending access to your home to anyone that

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Scribble: A Pen That Can Draw Any Color In The World

Jul 18, 2014

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Scribble is a brand new invention that combines technology with artistry: a pen that can draw any color in the world. Inspired by the Bic multicolored ballpoints of our youth, Scribble functions as a tool to unlock your creativity. Using its RGB color sensor, Scribble picks up a particular color that you want to draw

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The Drinkable Book: Providing Clean Water

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Design for the developing world has yielded some incredible products around the problem of providing clean water. A team of scientists and engineers from University of Virginie and Carnegie Mellon have developed an intriguing solution to this problem with ‘The Drinkable Book’ – a tool that filters water while teaching techniques of proper sanitation and

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