Mimobot has been doing the character-based flash drive thing for a while now, focusing on superheroes and other fictional personalities. But their new Legends of Mimobot Series will instead feature the "stars of the human race," starting with Albert Einstein.
There are lots of recycling programs that will happily salvage the raw materials from your outdated electronics. But if you still can't let your old 386 go, maybe Rodrigo Alonso has another solution for you—turn it into gaudy furniture.
It is a crime against humanity, at least those who cook, that Meike Harde's beautiful Quix handheld mixer only exists as a concept prototype. Because it somehow improves upon every one I've ever used with a design that's actually simpler.
Designed to be a soft interactive toy for kids, rather than a protective case for your tablet, Totoya's plush creatures completely swallow and protect your iPad while providing a peek at its display through a couple of strategic holes.
Unless you're a master at 3D and compositing, digitally adding smoke to a photo is a lot harder than adding it practically while you're shooting. And with these instant smoke drops, you can easily create plumes without burning your studio down.
Remember when you first learned about the power of levers? And how (in theory) you could even use one to move a mountain? Well Kuhn Rikon has applied the same principles to a spice grinder, but on a smaller scale.
You don't expect the inflatable sofa you bought for your dorm room to last long. But Oskar Zieta's inflatable furniture will. It's actually made of steel you inflate yourself, making it impervious to drawing pins and other abuse.
Of all the tests we conduct when we review a phone, for some reason we've never checked to see how well a handset skips across a lake. But a Chinese man has, officially ending the iPhone vs. Android debate.
There's nothing like a good viral video to spread the word that you're hiring, and that's what Twitter hopes they've created with their latest recruiting effort that combines equal parts cheesy and awesome.
The limited capacity of batteries has made aerodynamics particularly important for extending the range of electric vehicles. So why have the makers of the Boxx electric bike completely thrown those principles out the window with their box on wheels?
The problem with a multi-user tabletop computer is that it's difficult for the software to keep track of who's using it. Unless you strap a Kinect sensor to the underside that lets it make note of their footwear choices.
Letting you easily go from the gym (or bed) to work without changing, Betabrand's drab gray dress pants are actually made from comfortable terry cloth. So you can relive your student days when it was ok to leave the dorm wearing pyjamas.
Everyone has that friend who grew up with a foosball table, or had one at uni, and is impossible to beat. To the point where it's not even fun to play with them, unless it's on this table that introduces handicaps.
Billed as the "lowest-tech accessory" for the iPhone 4, the limited edition Love Box lets you record both sides of a conversation through the use of a simple sliding mirror. Without the need for a special app or any post-production.
You already have a remote for controlling your TV, one of the focal points in your living room, so why not your fireplace as well? Kiwi company Escea asked the same question, but then went ahead and answered it with their new DX5100 model.