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Remember slap wrap bracelets that got banned in the '90s? Well they're back, and someone decided it would be a good idea to slap them onto people's faces in the form of a pair of sunglasses. Read More >>
For longer hotel stays, it makes life easier to put all your clothes in drawers instead of rifling through a tangled web of t-shirts, shorts, and shoes. Or, you could make things even easier with a suitcase that transforms into a pre-packed wardrobe. Read More >
Bees are essential for food production, but around the world, populations have been declining for years. So Norway has built a sky-high highway just for bees to help them on their nectar-driven missions. Read More >
Self-driving cars are just beginning to creep onto the world's roads. But in the future, autonomous vehicles may dominate thm, freeing up their human passengers to engage in all sorts of other activities.
There hasn’t been much innovation in scissors recently, which is why Tamás Fekete’s Vector scissors are so exciting. They feature a unique flat edge design that allows you to cut perfectly straight lines with the help of the edge of a table. Read More >>
Kim Jong-un showed off the modern airport this week, which includes a rich cornucopia of duty-free goods, “espresso-based drinks,” and other luxuries. But the story behind the airport’s design is unmistakably tyrannical.
Mistakes aren’t always set in stone, and neither are these miniature versions of iconic architectural landmarks from around the world. They’re actually made from rubber, so you can use them as such. Read More >>
It's working on the assumption, of course, that the original ThinkPad design is not just iconic but loved, cherished and revered enough that it could be carried around coffee shop and board room again with pride.
Turning a cube into a rotating multi-coloured puzzle isn’t terribly difficult. For other shapes, though, you need to figure out the perfect way to ensure every sub-section can rotate freely. Thankfully there’s software that can do that for you. Read More >>