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Stanford University's Artificial Skin: Sensational Advance For Prosthetics

Read on for more about a new and exciting product that may one day in the near future may allow prosthetic wearers to feel sensation in their limbs.

You Can Go Back Again -- Crayola Launches Coloring Books For Adults

Coloring books have become a huge trend among adults lately. It is a chance to relive a small part of our childhoods and has been reported to be just as therapeutic as meditation for people. So it should come as no surprise that Crayola, the crayon giant, has come out with their own line of Crayola Color Escapes Coloring Pages for adults.

New 'Moon Parka' Made From Artificial Spider Silk

Japanese startup Spiber and the company behind The North Face products, Goldwin, have teamed up to create a prototype jacket they're calling the Moon Parka. It's cold-weather gear whose outer shell is made entirely from synthetic spider silk called QMONOS, courtesy of Spiber.

Invention Of The Week? Comet Is A Floating Smartphone

Well over 82.5 million smartphones have been destroyed by water. Good news smartphone addicts, Comet has just hit the market and it’s the first of its kind mobile device that is ideal for water savvy enthusiasts. Question is, why is Comet's team of inventors so 'hush-hush' on how they developed this new smartphone that loves water?

There’s Something Very Big About SMAL (Sharing Multiple Acts of Love) On Tsū

There’s a movement afoot in the Land of Tsu, the ecosystem many describe as the social network with a conscience. Only on the planet for one short year, this platform has not only scaled over 4 million users, but has also laid a solid foundation for motivating members to give to charities and other humanitarian efforts.

Gi FlyBike: First E-Bike To Fold In One Second

Gi FlyBike has just been developed by a team of inventors in New York City, NY. It’s an electric, smart, maintenance-free, folding bicycle with .26” wheels. The invention scripts a new chapter in urban commuting, especially in big cities. So, when are you getting one?

'World's Smallest' Rechargeable LED Flashlight Clips On For Hands-Free Use

LED lights have become the preferred method of illumination for a myriad of products, but especially flashlights and small, clip-on reading lamps. Now, somebody has combined the two into one handy clip-on flashlight featuring the power of LED that's also rechargeable.

'Mother Dirt' Product Does Away With The Need For Showering, But Would You Want To?

If you could go years on end without showering, would you want to? Well, that option is here. A new product called "Mother Dirt" has come out that purportedly eliminates the need for showering — for years!

Repellent Paint Splashes 'Pee' Back At Drunken Urinators

City leaders in San Francisco have found a way to combat public urination with a new repellent-type paint that makes public pee-ers think twice. The innovative product has seen success around the world at curbing a very real problem with funny, if not disgusting, results.

Invention Of The Week? Lucid Is A Consumer 3D VR Camera

There is a new camera that just hit the market and it lets you share exactly how you see the world with others. LucidCam captures 3D, 180° footage in full HD, and its team of inventors from Berkeley, California claim that it is the world’s first camera of its kind. So, what experiences are you going to share?