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GPS Embedded Shoe Lights Up To Show Direction to Wearer

Written on September 19, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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The "No Place Like Home" shoes features LED lights that light up in the direction of the wearer needs to go.

British inventor, Dominic Wilcox has designed a unique pair of shoes that is embedded with a GPS receiver and lights up to show the direction where the wearer wants to go. The shoe was created in collaboration with interactive art technologist, Becky Stewart.

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Concrete Stand Serves As a Laptop Cooling Pad

Written on September 11, 2012 by Lulu

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"Foundation" concrete laptop stand keeps laptop from overheating

Canada-based designer, Greg Papove, has created a unique gadget that is made of concrete and serves as a laptop stand and cooling pad. The “Foundation” laptop stand is made of unfinished concrete slab.

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Keyboard Features a Built-in Screen for Faster Typing [Video]

Written on September 05, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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Smartype keyboard help users to improve accuracy by being able to see what they type on its display screen

It’s so hard to type anything without committing any mistakes. Most people glance at the keyboard while typing, just to check if their pressing on the right keys. Fortunately, a company has come up with keyboard concept that improves a user’s typing skills.

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Surf The Web While Showering in a Touch Screen Shower Room

Written on August 25, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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‘Le Terme’ is a shower room that combines technology with luxury

Designer Fei Chung Billy Ho has come up with an innovative concept, ‘Le Terme’, a high-tech shower room that allows techies to enjoy a luxurious showering experience with the help of technology.

It features a stainless steel structure that has a touch sensitive, see-through display panels which can be synced to any tablet or smartphone. It lets users to browse through websites, listen to music, even make phone calls while showering. It also has a cypress wood base that is hygienic because it naturally kills bacteria, viral infections, and fungus.

Ho’s creative design made him a finalist in the Reece Bathroom Innovation Award.

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Camera Accessory Provides Editing and Photo Sharing Option

Written on August 19, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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Kicstarter project, CameraMator, is a tool that equips cameras with viewing, editing and sharing ability

Photographers can now have the option to edit, view and share photos without the need to plug their cameras to a computer. Creator, Usman Rashid has came up with his concept, CameraMator, an accessory that provides wireless functionality to cameras.

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Food Printer Lets You Print Food Scented Postcards

Written on July 31, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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Concept printer allows a user to print postcards that smell like food. Makes use of an aroma sensor to mix aroma inks stored on the machine.

If you’ve been longing to capture the memory of your favorite food and be able to share it with your loved ones, you can now do so with a concept machine created by an Industrial Design Student in China.

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Cardboard Radio Goes With Built In Speakers

Written on July 05, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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Paper Radio can play music from your mobile phones

Have you ever heard of a radio that is made of a regular cardboard? Well designer Christopher McNicholl created one, that is portable and fully functional for London store, Suck UK.

This lightweight paper radio features an antenna, speakers and a radio dial. It also goes with an input jack where you can plug-in your smartphones, to play music. It can be powered by a DC adapter and can also run on four AA batteries.

The Cardboard Radio can be purchased online via Suck.com for $39.

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Apple, to Release a Curved-glass iPhone 5?

Written on May 23, 2011 by Adam Eve

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The iPhone 5: To curved cover glass or not to curved cover glass?

As reported by DigiTimes, industry sources claim that Apple is planning to adopt ‘curved cover glass’ for its next generation iPhone. In relation to this, the company has already purchased 200 – 300 glass cutting machines to be used by glass makers.

Though it is hard to point out what type of design a ‘curved cover glass’ the iPhone 5 would adopt, the report is definitely contradicting to recent rumors that the next smartphone will have general similarity from iPhone 4 — but with minor modifications. However, it can be possible since Apple used curved glass to its previous generation of iPod Nano.

Do you have any idea how an iPhone 5 with curved cover glass would look like? Drop your insights at the comment box.

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