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Hands-Free Video Camera

This gadget is for all of the adrenaline junkies out there that love to push the limits with action sports. Take it while your snowboarding, mountain biking, skiing, wakeboarding, etc. Well, maybe not wakeboarding.

Strange Holes in the Ground Discovered in Siberia

Residents of Novoselovo district in the Krasnoyarsk region of Siberia have discovered some strange holes in a field some 100 meters (about 400 feet) away from a major highway. What they are and what they mean remain a mystery. Read on, if you dare.

New Cure For Dog iPhone Envy: The iBone!

Let's face it: Buddy's getting less attention these days, now that Mom and Dad have iPhones. iPhone® is now the child that they never had... the child that Buddy used to be.

Origami Post-it® Notes Fold Under Pressure

Stuck with sticky notes and tired of trashing them? SUCK UK has the solution to problematic Post-it® notes: fold them up into neat origami designs anyone can do!

Audi’s All Electric Vehicle Will Not Be A1 Based

The rumors about Audi's all electric vehicle have been around for a while now and until just recently, they were just rumors. However, during a Q and A session at the Paris Motor Show Audi confirmed that they were in fact working on developing their own electric vehicle and they went on to share a few more details.

The Next Must Have Mobile Device: The PicoP™

Tech reviewers are still writing about the fuzzy line between mobile devices and personal computers. Yes, it's a fuzzy line. Get over it; the line's about to get fuzzier.

The House Made of Cellophane

Trying to hide from the neighbors? Well you definitely wouldn’t want to live in the cellophane house.

Another "Project" for Mustang Fans

New Mustang designs have been rolling out of the design studio faster than most dealerships can sell them. Thankfully, that may not be the case for the "Project B" Mustang that is set to make its debut at this year's SEMA.

Russian Boob Ceilings: For The Interior That Has Almost Everything

No, you did not read this incorrectly nor is this a typo of any kind. Suspended boob ceilings are all the rage in parts of Russia. Read on and sort of find out why.

The Car Show of the Future

Each year at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, three graduation shows are held to showcase some of the different work that the college had a hand in creating. For the summer semester this year, a presentation was created that showed the work of 10 students that were graduating from the Bachelor of Science - Transportation Design program. These are just a few of the designs that made an appearance.

Mood Variations on T-shirt: S.A.D

Graphic designer Keith Hancox has a friend who suffers from seasonal affective disorder (s.a.d).

Also known as winter depression, S.A.D. is a mood disorder whose sufferers experience normal mental health throughout most of the year, but experience depressive symptoms in the winters.


Single Cup Desktop Coffee Maker

Are you sick of getting out of your desk to go and get yourself something? Are you falling asleep at your desk, but have no time to go and brew a pot of coffee? Do you want coffee on hand at all times? Do not fear the desktop coffee maker is here.

Decorative Stuffed Animal Chairs By Campana Studio

Moss design store, known by many a design reviewer as, "the best design store in the world," has many extraordinary creations by world renowned interior and industrial designers. I got caught up in browsing through some chair designs on the Moss website, particularly the stuffed animal chair designs of Brazilian brother design team of Fernando and Humberto Campana.

A Track Ready Roadster for Under $25,000

Over the past year or so we have seen an increase in the number of small track cars being introduced, with no complaints of course. It looks like France decided it was time to jump in with a design of their own, called the Secma F16.

Instructables’s DIY Halloween Contest Includes Green Category

DIY contests are definitely increasing in popularity. This year Instructables has teamed up with many other crafty sites to bring you the 2008 DIY Halloween Contest. Contestants have had all year (since November 5th, 2007 until November 9th of this year) to send in their Halloween Instructable, photos, or videos.

Buckypaper: A Future Material for Airplanes to TVs

Researchers from Florida State have taken a step toward making commercial-grade buckypaper - an ultra-strong, ultra-light material that could be used in a wide variety of applications. Ideally, buckypaper could be 500 times stronger than, but 10 times lighter than, the strongest steel we have today.

The Personal Gadget's Gadget: The Sanctuary

Here layeth the stuff you brought home tonight, an array of gadgets and personal carry-withs like wallet and keys. Do you lay them all on the kitchen counter? Or on your night stand? Or do you scatter them throughout your home?

The Insecta Takes Green To A Whole New Level

For the past few years, nature has been at the heart of many vehicle designs. Not just eco-friendly either, so many of the naturally occurring colors and smooth simple lines have made their way into the auto industry. A perfect example of this comes from Shao Yung Yeh, a design student who recently completed a project while working with Hartmut Ginnow-Merkert.

Bubble Wrap®: Useful For More Than Popping!

Your Bubble Wrap could be worth thousands. There's only one catch - you can't pop it.

Control Of Fatty Acids May Lead To Alzheimer's Treament

Scientists at the Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease and the University of California may be on the trail of a new treatment of Alzheimer's Disease... a diet and drug to reduce fatty acids in the brain!