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    Clever billboard tells the weather in real time!

    We’ve come across some pretty innovative billboards earlier. Recently, one cheeky designer came up with this innovative, clever and tongue-in-cheek billboard for MetService. This billboard is capable of showing weather conditions in real-time. How? Well, it’s pretty simple! The billboard … Continue reading

  • LED lights transmit data at speeds of 3 gigabits!

    Gone are the days of the traditional bulbs that lit up our living spaces. The world is now relying heavily on the use of more energy-efficient lighting solutions, or simply put, the revolutionary LED. But lighting up spaces isn’t all … Continue reading

    The Lizard Umbrella keeps thieves away by “shedding” its handle

    There are a bunch of day-to-day items that are usually subjected to the wrath of thieves. One of these is the jolly good umbrella, particularly during the monsoon season, when some individuals decide to walk out of their homes without … Continue reading

    Painless Recruiting Technology Perks

    One of the hardest parts of being in human resources or even the sole owner of a business is hiring new employees. It can be a time consuming process that ends up with little results, even though a lot of … Continue reading

    Middle-eastern scientist develops future-predicting technology

    Yes, we’ve all been dreaming of time machines, and there simply is no denying the fact that we’ve all spent a considerable amount of time wishing we could step into one and fast forward into the future or walk back … Continue reading

    The Baby Stroller concept sports storage space too!

    Looking for the way to take your cheerful infant out for a stroll? Designer Ana E. Oropeza based in the United States of America seems to have come up with the ideal solution! The designer has crafted this fantastic stroller … Continue reading

    Shams1 largest solar plant on Earth dazzles in Abu Dhabi

    The Shams 1 Concentrated Solar Plant (CSP) in Abu Dhabi is the largest of its kind in the world. Shams1 is a development of 258,048 parabolic trough mirrors that produce enough energy to power 20,000 homes. It cost $600 million … Continue reading

    KLM introduces new retro-styled World Business Class cabins

    KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has recently unveiled pictures of its swanky business class, giving fliers a peek at what’s coming up ahead. The retro-styled World Business Class will have the first completely flat bed, enabling fliers to lay back and … Continue reading

    Hotello concept, a makeshift office and hotel room

    Artist Robert de Luca and designer Antonio Scarponi seem to understand space crunches best and have together come up with a portable and transportable room that can easily function as a make-shift office or office room! The designers collaborated to … Continue reading

    Morph folding wheel is portable and detachable

    What makes a contraption meant to aide travel even better? Portability! Vitamins Design came up with this fantastic concept called the Morph, a detachable wheel foldable wheel that can be used for wheelchairs. Measuring 60 centimeters across with a volume … Continue reading

    Eye-catching LED Mushroom Lights illuminate your workspace

    There are desk lights that light up your workspace and then there are lamps that simply add an unmatched touch of beauty to your table top. One of these is Yukio Takano’s LED Mushroom Lights. An innovation right out of … Continue reading

    Yahoo Japan’s Face Stealer application gives you a creepy makeover

    Yahoo Japan has come up with an interesting application that we also found to be downright creepy. Called the Face Stealer, this clever application maps your expressions and head movement. It then creates a virtual mask for by superimposing features … Continue reading

    Robotic bees to help flowers pollinate

    Gone are the days when we could simply rely on the natural pollination of flowers. Scientists from Harvard and Northeastern University are currently sculpting a bunch of robotic bees that will aide flowers in pollination processes and will replace the … Continue reading

    Archelon Emergency Capsule concept keeps people safe during disasters

    During emergencies, particularly natural disasters, the lives of people are put at risk. To address this situation, Picomdesign came up with the Archelon Emergency Capsule concept. This structure works as a refuge for people during times likes earthquakes, tsunamis, floods … Continue reading

    The carbon and glass fiber pavilion made by robots!

    Robots might not be taking over the world anytime soon, but these machines sure as hell are turning into architectural geniuses! Recently, we had the pleasure of viewing this robot-built pavilion, sculpted ground-up from carbon and glass fiber. The Institute … Continue reading

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