Ghost is set to change the way you blog. Blogging has essentially changed the way news and events are reported over the last 10 years, but the way we blog, surprisingly, hasn’t changed at all. Most platforms are complicated to operate, closed to newcomers or simply too expensive for new bloggers to take advantage of.
The Interactive Fish Tank is an experiment in design and public interaction, blurring the boundary between the real and the virtual by placing virtual fish under real water.
When most propose to reinvent the wheel, they manage to fail, but The Loopwheel is a success. It combines all the best characteristics of the wheel we are all familiar with but the Loopwheel adds something extra, it features built in suspension. [Read more...]
Play-Jam have developed the worlds most portable gaming controller – the Game Stick. The video game industry thrives on open platforms and Play-Jam wanted to bring that school of thought to TVs. The Game Stick can be carried around in your pocket and is able to transform any television with a USB port into a gaming console.
Imagine a device that allows you to interact with all of your smart devices, from your television to your gaming. That’s what the EGO! Super Mouse allows you to do, from playing computer games and even storing and transferring data between different computers. Lauren Sapiens, the company that developed the smart mouse, is currently running a Kickstarter campaign to crowd fund the development and production of EGO!.
Ultra Ever Dry is the driest coating ever, its super hydrophobic (water) and oleophobic (hydrocarbons) coating that will completely repel almost any liquid.
The AutoMee S Robot Screen Cleaner is a little robot developed by Takara Tomy to clean the delicate screens on tablets and smart phones. The Automee S comes in your choice of 4 colours, blue, white, pink and orange and uses the same technology as the Roomba, the automated vacuum cleaner.
It was inevitable for 3D printing to develop into this, a pen that draws in the air. The 3Doodler was invented by Pete and Max out of a desire to have their drawings manifest in 3D, right in front of them. 3Doodler uses ABS plastic, the material used in many 3D printers, and is compact, easy to use and requires absolutely no software.