Being eco-friendly doesn’t have to stop you having a stylish home. There are plenty of technology options that give your home a sleek and stylish look, as well as being extremely efficient. Whether you’re looking to heat your home, generate your own energy or just listen to the latest sounds, there is a piece of technology for you. Continue reading →
There is something very useful about a good carabiner as it has many uses from keeping keys safe, emergency tools and for keeping things together. However, sometimes there are designs that push the limits of normal. This is the Carabinsi it’s a carabiner but not just an average carabiner as this one comes with NFC Technology, bottle opener, wrenches, can opener and a whole host of functions combining these features.
Yet, there is more with this clever little thing as it can easily be personalised using photos, images or logos, simply cut to size and then just insert into the space provided for a cool personal look. The Carabinsi will be launching in the middle of the year, but they are taking pre orders now from $20 for the Billy or Jimi versions now.
Since the mid 70’s the Rubiks Cube has been driving people mad and to make it even worse there are those who are able to solve the square shaped puzzle in seconds. So it is only natural that some sort of revenge is needed on the brain teasing and tormenting Rubiks Cube. One such solution is to place a red hot nickel ball onto it, but make sure that you stand well back!
A red hot nickel ball placed on a Rubik’s cube. WARNING *For your safety do not attempt to recreate ANYTHING you see here at home!
Source: Cars and Water on YouTube
Imagine mashing together E Ink technology and jewellery then you would end up with something like the Tago Arc E Ink Bracelet! This is a clever design that offers the wearer endless design possibilities to match moods, outfits or just for the pure hell of it. The bracelet is a cuff design with an E Ink display built in; the image can be changed according to the user’s tastes using the Smartphone app.
The mechanics of the picture transfer are really this simple enabled by emerging technologies NFC and E Ink. We prefer to keep the tago arc elegant and smooth with #NObutton #NOcord #NOcharge. For more technical details scroll down to the #tago technology section.
It’s easy to get started too, there are designs to buy or you can create your own using the app, place the Smartphone near to the bracelet and tap to transfer. This is an amazing piece of jewellery that comes with endless designs that can be produced to match a pattern in the clothing in black and white. The Tago Arc will be launching by the end of the year, but you can pre order one now from just $259.
Source: Liber8 Tech
There are plenty of VR headsets around these days, but they come at price. So how about building your own head mounted display (HMD)? Sure, this sounds very technical and expensive which sort of defeats the object. But that is not what Odd Arne Roll thinks, because his design uses Lego and components that can be purchased online at great prices.
So all you need here is a pair of $16 lenses, enough Lego to build the HMD and an app, such as Durovis or 3dtube to complete the design. Once you have spent a bit of time on it, you now have your own VR headset that you built yourself and it did not cost the earth either. In addition, you have the added bonus of a cool looking Lego VR headset that everyone will want to have a go of.
Source: Odd Arne Roll On YouTube
Well its 2015 and there is one thing that really stands out with this year is Back to the Future II! There are two products that stand out, the hover board and the self lacing Nike trainers. Continue reading →
Whenever we hear about wearable technology we automatically think of watches, sensors and other small items that are normal connected to our Smartphone’s, but this is something completely different and amazing. Continue reading →
There are plenty of opportunities to get a cool design on your nails, but there are not many that allow the use to create a personalised design using photos store on their Smartphone. This is what NailSnaps has on offer, it is only available on iOS right now, but it is still an interesting idea. Continue reading →
For most things, a 3D printer is a useful and practical idea, but there is so much more to the humble 3D printer as the video below will clearly demonstrate to you. Not only can you reproduce things, you can create things that only exist in the movies such as the famous crossguard lightsabre as seen with the yet unknown Sith Lord who is spotted walking in a snowy and dark forest in the latest Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser trailer. However, thanks to folks over at le FabShop, they have come up with the design for this brilliant lightsabre design that some have criticised. Yet like many new ideas, the more you see it, the more like it and you want one for yourself! Now you too, could make your very own crossguard lightsabre or other design if you wish, although you might have to wait slighting longer for the more rarer models. Continue reading →
Most people take selfies, some more than others and so it stands to reason that you should have the right clothing for the situation. This is where the “This Is My Selfie Shirt” comes in, just take a selfie and the T Shirt does the rest for you, sorted. The T Shirt comes in a wide range of colours from blue to green to white, there are eleven to choose from so you could have your entire summer wardrobe sorted here. The “This Is My Selfie Shirt” T Shirt is priced at around $13. Continue reading →
There are plenty of map designs to found on clothing these days, but it is almost impossible to find a map that has a street that means something to you, unless you live somewhere famous or popular. However, with the Monochrome design you can choose the map that you want using the OpenStreetMap (OSM) service, this means that your home, work or favourite landmark location can become the printed pattern on your clothing. There are four styles of clothing to choose from; a tank top, flare skirt, pencil skirt and of course, the t shirt.
It is easy to get to started in your design, simply choose your location, decide on the that style of map and that is it, pay for it and wait for your cool new design to be delivered. The garments are made from an 88% polyester and 12% spandex fabric, the design will not fade during a wash, the garments are made in Canada and the back image will be the same as the front. According to the Monochrome website, prices for this cool clothing start from $45 for the Tank Top and rise up to $85 for the Flare Skirt. The whole process can take up to four weeks to complete.