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Oblo Puzzle Sphere Takes Thinking To The Third Dimension

The Oblo Puzzle Sphere is a three-dimensional way to teach kids about hand-eye coordination, motor skills and an appreciation for this crazy multi-dimensional world we live in.

In-Box Cutter Blues - The Other Side Of Inventing

From a trio of designers comes the in-box Box Cutter concept - a great idea that probably isn't going to cut it.

Eric Be Nimble, Eric Be Quick, See Google's Founders Jump Over Eric's Shtick!

"Was it something he said?" Large infrastructures in the Silicon Valley can sometimes be an inevitable by-product of success. However, the ramifications of such an growth can also stymie a company from advancing, as the layers of decision-making become a bureaucratic juggernaut. Such is the case at Google and of recent date, the founders are seeking to remedy the situation by jumping back into the fray, displacing its previous CEO, Eric Schmidt.

Ultimate Relaxation: Yoga And Music Join Together In Perfect Harmony

Yoga and music together in one rollable package.

Orbeez Color Changing Lamp Lets Kids Glow And Grow

From the makers of Orbeez, creators of the grow-able, eco-friendly pellet system comes the color-changing Orbeez Mood Light.

GhostBot Knifes Its Way Into Aquatic Automation

Taking their cue from nature, researchers at Northwestern University have created the GhostBot, a robotic knifefish that can swim both horizontally and vertically.

Competitive Or Creepy: Brain Athlete Scans Your Brain Waves

Big muscles and ball skills will get you far, but games are won with superior game IQ and concentration. BrainAthlete helps you up your competitive stock.

Packaging Simplicity For Contact Lenses

Loving the simplicity of efficient design, I was naturally drawn to designer Rakel Ojeda's Contact Lens Case.  For anyone who has ever worn contact lenses, your acknowledgement of the presentation will probably be as instinctively positive as mine.

 


Human Snowmobile: The Skizee Keeps You Going

The Skizee takes skiing off the mountain and into the prairie. A wild cross between snowmobiling and skiing, this could be the most fun sport of 2011.

Starting Early: Inventor Gets His First Patent At 15

Thirteen when he applied for his first patent, Kansan Zachary Smith just received it at the age of 15.  His invention? A sports chair that comes with its own blanket and carrying case that apparently no one had thought of before.  Now, with patent in hand, Smith is looking to make the most of it.