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    Vandalijst, a concept picture frame that encourages you to doodle on it

    We’ve all indulged in a bit of vandalism from time to time, be it school text books, library books, magazines, or for the few bolder ones, outdoor advertisements. Well, you now have a chance in your favorite pass-time without being … Continue reading


  • Smart sock and smartphone application help monitor infants remotely

    Infants need to be well-monitored to ensure their well-being and a healthy upbringing. Parenting just got easier, with this brilliant new touch of technology given to socks. Designed and developed by Owlet Baby Care, these smart socks allow parents to … Continue reading


    The Elevated Bathtub lifts off the ground to help disabled users get in and out!

    People with mobility restrictions have loads of troubles doing everyday stuff. One of these tedious tasks for the disabled is getting inside and outside a bathtub. Designed by Zhang Jiangpeng and Zou Tao, the Elevated Bathtub is an answer to … Continue reading


    Award-winning plaster tests blood and recognizes blood types!

    Not everybody’s comfortable with visiting a blood bank to draw a little blood to understand one’s own blood-type. There are fairly a few people around the world who still are ignorant about the type of blood that’s pumping through their … Continue reading


    Creative Ways to Get Your Business Started

    If you’ve had a great idea for a business but never knew how to get going online, you’re in luck. Building an online business has never been easier, thanks to great tools that can smooth the path for you. Two … Continue reading


    HoloVision brings hologram technology to your living room

    We all know what holograms are, or at least, the ones who do watch their fair share of sci-fi flicks know this technology. One of the few ‘futuristic’ technologies that have actually been developed and brought into the real world, … Continue reading


    Margot Krasojevic develops a 5 Star hotel that attaches to a plane

    Not a lot of us are privileged enough to fly first class, or live in 5 Star hotels. Well, there are a few lucky people who do these sorts of things quite often and we’ve come across a concept recently … Continue reading


    The Mouse Trap home in Paraguay keeps thieves and vandals at bay

    Ever wondered how it feels like to be a mouse trapped inside a mouse-trap? Step inside this home that derives its influences from the box-and-stick mouse trap. Designed by Laboratoriode Arquitectura, the house isn’t very large and isn’t as claustrophobic … Continue reading


    Rhino Skin backpack doubles up as a bullet-proof vest

    There are places around the world where normal day-to-day life is mixed up with civil tension and military action. At times like these, protecting oneself from the onslaught of bullets while stepping outside is obviously crucial and designer Hila Raam … Continue reading


    Inflatube temporary homes are inflatable and easy to deploy

    A lot of us love the outdoors and we do free up our lives from time to time to live closer to nature, away from the urban jungle we call home. Instead of packing the conventional tent however, future outdoorsy … Continue reading


    Echo-free room enables visitors to listen to their own heartbeats

    There are wonders of architecture that have pretty much left us astounded before. None of these have really matched up what we’ve come across recently, a room at the Technical University of Denmark that’s literally echo-free! Called an anechoic chamber, … Continue reading


    IKEA develops flat-pack polymer refugee shelters with solar panels

    When it comes to designing practical furniture for modern homes, IKEA knows best. The furniture retail giant has recently extended this knowledge in design to building deployable homes that can work as refugee shelters in disaster struck areas and relief … Continue reading


    Clothing that reacts to the wearers emotions developed for introverts

    We’ve seen some pretty astounding pieces of clothing in our lifetime and then again, we’ve spotted some we simply wouldn’t want to be caught unawares in. Designer Lilian Hipolyte Mushi’s recent development however has left us somewhat amused. Designed for … Continue reading


    3D printed Cortex casts could soon be the next best way to heal bone fractures

    The next time you decide to do something incredibly silly and wind up fracturing your arm, you probably won’t have to wear those heavy itchy plasters. Instead, this concept by Victoria University of Wellington graduate Jake Evill could pretty much … Continue reading


    The Stairway Cinema, an unconventional step to public entertainment

    Human beings come up with numerous ways to entertain themselves and we, being a part of this illustrious species, have been continually checking out new means to entertainment. While doing so, we stumbled across this extremely unconventional cinema, set up … Continue reading


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