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A Robot With Coffee-Balloon Vacuum Hands – The Future Is Upon Us!

You’d think that was a typo, but not so much. Scientists from Cornell, the University of Chicago and iRobot have created human-analogue hands using nothing but coffee grounds, party balloons and a vacuum pump.


Strollometer Helps New Moms Regain Their Pre-Pregnancy Shape

With all of the magazine covers featuring celebs who have given birth only weeks before and are now back in bikini shape, there is a lot of pressure on new moms to get back to their pre-pregnancy form.  However, if you have tried to get back your pre-bump bod and have not seen the results you were hoping for or cannot seem to keep yourself motivated then there is a new gadget that may help.   

8 Philips Products Receive 2010 Industrial Design Awards

This year, six of Philips' eight Good Industrial Designs just happen to make great holiday gifts, if they can be found for sale. Most of them are so new, that they haven't reached all of Philips many markets. But if you know an infant, a mother, an elderly person, someone who loves to cook, watch TV, or needs motivation to exercise, you'll find a new gift here.

 

Picturing The iThought Around The Corner? Think Again!

Researchers at the University of California have made progress in the utilization of brain-controlled interfaces (BCIs) by getting subjects to picture what they wanted.

Finally! A How-To Manual For The Budding Evil Genius

Evil geniusing comes to the masses with Robert Iannini's book "Electronic Gadgets for the Evil Genius: 28 Build-it-yourself Projects"

Fridgeezoo Animals Help Keep Your Fridge Chilly

If you are sick of your kids, spouse or roommate leaving the fridge door open then you should take a look at the Fridgeezoo creations out of Japan.  These cute animal friends come in a milk carton shaped form and are meant to be placed inside your refrigerator.  They start out friendly enough, greeting you when you open the fridge, but quickly turn on you if you keep the door open for too long.

Sony Retires Their Walkman Cassette Player

Due to the emergence of new technologies, Sony says their Walkman is outdated and can no longer compete in a digital market.The last Walkmans were shipped out of Japan in April and once that batch sells out, the Walkman is offically retired. 


Dreamoc Applies Incredible 3D Hologram System to Coca Cola Bottle

This amazing display of 3D graphical animation was built by a company called Dreamoc. A pyramid-like surface that's only viewable by 200 degrees allows Dreamoc to combine breathtaking animation to a real life product like this Coca Cola bottle.

I Can See Your Halo – And It Looks Toasty

From designers Burcu Bag, Amalia Monica & Vinay Raj Somashekar comes the Halo flexible toaster concept.

Ergonomic & Electric: A Student Designs A 'Scooter' For Seniors

Thank heavens for grandchildren.  If we didn't have them, there wouldn't be many designers bothering about how new technologies can be applied to the needs of seniors.  Patrick Leyendecker is just one of the many young designers who are trying to moderate the pain and stress that comes with aging and having to adjust one's ways to so many of life's daily needs.