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Gunma Cycle Sports Center also showcases a collection of strange and unique bicycles
The Gunma Cycle Sports Center in Minakami, Japan may be considered as the world’s most eco-friendly amusement park. It features human-powered rollercoasters that are fun to ride.Read the rest of the article »
Enjoy listening to music while biking with POC's Receptor Helmet
Swedish sporting goods company, POC, has created a bike helmet that showcases a built-in headphones by popular headphones brand, Beats by Dre. The helmet model is called, the Receptor BUG Communication helmet.
The headphone is located on the neck roll. It features a smartphone-compatible remote control, that allows the biker to take calls, switch songs, adjust the volume from the cord.
The POC Receptor BUG Communication helmet will hit the stores this January 2013. It will sell for around $330.View Article Source »
The DSLR Wheel of Filters can be bought online via the Photojojo store for $40
Instagram users who are protesting over the new terms and conditions can now use their DSLR cameras to take vintage shots and share it to the world without worries. Thanks to DSLR Wheel of Filters.
This camera accessory contains a Holga base-lens that can be attached on a Nikon or Canon DSLR camera. It offers 18 different filters and prisms, that can be adjusted by simply turning the wheel.
The first wheel has colors, dual colors, even color surrounds. While wheel number two, has kaleidoscope lenses, macro lenses, and other lens effects.
The DSLR Wheel of Filters can be purchased online for $40 via the Photojojo store.View Article Source »
Let your dearly departed party, six-feet-under, with a music equipped coffin
Swedish company, Pause, has created the CataCoffin, a high quality coffin that is installed with a Catacombo sound system. This high-tech coffin is installed with two-way speakers, a custom-built 2.1 amplifier, tweeters, and 8-inch subwoofer.Read the rest of the article »
The People People's Transparent Speakers is encased in glass panels
People People, a Swedish industrial design agency has created a stylish, transparent speakers. It was introduced a year ago and is currently seeking for funding in the website, Kickstarter.com.Read the rest of the article »
The SkyTender trolley is a Robot Bartender that serves drinks in Airlines
Air Eltec has developed a Robot Bartender, to reduce staff costs and improve efficiency for Airlines. The “Skytender” features a high-tech drink cart that features 30 different drinks.Read the rest of the article »
The SATIS model toilets by Inax, is bluetooth enabled and can be controlled using Android smartphones
Japan is one of the most technology advanced country. One proof of it, is there line of high-tech toilets. Bathroom fixtures manufacturer, Inax, has launched their latest line of smartphone controlled toilets.Read the rest of the article »
The Qii is a full-sized keyboard made of thin, transparent film
The Qii is a full-sized QWERTY keyboard made of a flexible material. It can be easily rolled up for easy storage. It is made of a thin and transparent film, that has a flexible touch sensor which allows users to type in any surface.Read the rest of the article »
Japanese company develops disaster shelters that look like Dragon Ball space pods
Japanese auto parts manufacturer, Pond, has created an emergency shelter in form of a spherical pod that can save lives in times of a disaster. The pod called “Life Armour” looks like Dragon Ball’s attack balls.Read the rest of the article »
The Charge Cycle is a stationary bike where people have to cycle to charge their phones
The Charge Cycle was created by David Krawczyk and Navjot Kaur. It is a bike that is equiiped with a stationary bike and a charging dock. Those who would like to charge their phones have to bike in place, to work in powering their device.Read the rest of the article »
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