These eyesores aren't going to take home any design awards for style. But I bet that physicists and other science types would love to have one in the office because they're created by extruding plastic with a super-sized magnet.
In the grand tradition of Calvinball, this four player table tennis setup looks like it borrows elements from other games. Including ping pong and billiards; mashing them up into a new creation that's ready to destroy friendships.
With a wired and wireless version of Apple's aluminum keyboard on my desk, I'll often find myself typing away on the wrong one. And that's exactly the problem Matias is trying to solve with their new line of One keyboards.
Whether you're at home or stuck in prison, dropping the soap in the shower is something you'll want to avoid altogether. So once again magnets have improved the human condition with this soap holder that ditches the rope.
CES saw the release of a few new additions to the extreme action cam genre, but the theme this year was buit in wi-fi letting jackasses and thrill-seekers stream their adventures. Including Liquid Image's new Ego which does full HD.
Social gaming was a big part of Facebook's success, so in a continued effort to get more people using Google+, the search giant has created a promo video for an upcoming game that turns their maps into a playable labyrinth.
Eye drops were an important part of our CES toolkit while we stared at thousands of TVs in the desert. But these mentholated FX-Neo drops from Japan sound like the worst thing you could ever put in your eye.
Unless you work for the MI5, the key locks on your desk drawers are probably easy to compromise. So with their new Covert, the folks at Quirky figured that a drawer lock can't be picked if it can't be found.
Thanks Prada for once again completely befuddling me when it comes to high fashion. Because while I certainly love the designs of classic American automobiles, I would never have thought to apply their iconic spoilers and taillights to high-heeled shoes.
A South African burger chain called Wimpy's wanted to bring attention to the fact that they've just introduced menus for the visually impaired. So they worked with ad agency Metropolitan Republic to create burgers with sesame seed braille messages on top.
Wow, I am blown away by this! A programmer over at Visual Idiot has created a perfect simulation of Photoshop that runs in your web browser. It's only been tested under Chrome, but it should work in other browsers too.
The same folks who brought you the Pleo robot dinosaur have decided to put their expertise with automatons into designing a pillow that provides a good night's sleep, no matter what position your body ends up in.
Bring your home into the 23rd century without costly renovations with this motion sensitive Star Trek-inspired door chime from ThinkGeek. It's like being on the Enterprise, without having to worry about attacks from those pesky Klingons every other day.