- Tempescope – pictorial whether forecast
- Saddle for dad
- Digital statoscope “Eko Core”
- Your kid will mop the floor!
- Banza Pasta – the new superfood!
- Pen… spoon, fork, knife!
- You`ve changed your plans? Change the heel!
- Safety Truck: taking care for those who are behind!
- Slippers for lunatics
- Garden in your pocket
- Thinx – 2 in 1
- Drinkable Book: purifying through knowledge
Each year the brilliant scientists invent an enormous amount of different stuff. All of this stuff can be divided in two categories:
A. “How have I lived without it?” and B. “In what situation I might need it?”.
But both of these inventions can be surprisingly funny and even moving!
Tempescope – pictorial whether forecast
Japanese architect Ken Kovamoto invented the device that visually indicates tomorrow’s weather. If the storm is expected there will be mini lightning inside the glass cube, and the drops of water mean that it will rain.
But unfortunately the device cannot show the snow.
We’re now crowdfunding on Indiegogo! https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/tempescope-a-box-of-rain-in-your-living-room/x/10950397#/story Here’s a new video for our crowd funding campaign!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aw0kWmMFv4g Tempescope is a physical weather display that visualizes the weather by actually reconstructing the weather conditions inside a box. http://tempescope.com Follow me to receive updates on the project: http://twitter.com/kenkawakenkenke All of the schematics, source code, etc are available on the website.
Saddle for dad
Saddle for Dad just had to appear someday, because who had not ridden on Daddy`s shoulders. Baby saddle is a new invention that allows fathers to free their hands to answer the phone or make photo, so everyone is happy.
www.SaddleBaby.com SaddleBaby is a new patented and uniquely simple product that enable parents carry their children on their shoulders hands-free. It supports parent-child bonding making outdoor experiences more enjoyable for both. All this in a very compact and powerful package!
Digital statoscope “Eko Core”
Heartbeat sounds can also be recorded on a smartphone. Special application will analyze the sound of the heart and compare it to the data kept in the cloud storage.
This way the doctors can hear changes such as noises and other abnormalities, identify the problem and try to fix it. At the moment, scientists led by Dr. John Chorba, test Eko Core in the lab of the University of California in San Francisco.
If successful, the device will significantly reduce the number of medical errors in diagnosis, which in turn will allow patients to save on expensive tests such as echocardiography.
The Eko Core is now available at www.ekohealth.com.com. Eko Devices (Eko) is launching the Eko Core, an FDA-cleared next-generation digital stethoscope designed to help address a cardiovascular disease crisis that affects 1 in 4 people worldwide. Using the Eko Core, clinicians can now amplify, record, analyze, and securely share heart sounds.
Your kid will mop the floor!
If a small child is constantly crawling on the floor – let him do it, realizing the importance of his pastime! In this special suit “Baby Mop Suit”, he will do it with pleasure!
A baby mop outfit allows infant to polish floor while crawling. Housework moves down a new notches on the ‘important things to do’ list for new parents. Well betterthanpants.com is offering mommies and daddies a break with a new baby mop suit.
Banza Pasta – the new superfood!
Protein content in this pasta in 2 times exceeds the amount in regular pasta, and the content of fiber in it is 4 times more. At the same time, compared to the usual pasta it has far fewer carbohydrates and it is gluten free!
It is made not of wheat, but of chickpeas, which makes it a healthy food. Some may think that Banza is not very delicious pasta, but statistics suggests the opposite – a year ago it was sold in 2 stores, and today it is sold in 1700 stores throughout the United States.
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Pen… spoon, fork, knife!
For those who is always ready to have a meal – even on the road: pen turns into the cutlery. A great thing for a hike! And for the office as well.
Watch Baron Bob’s slightly mad, spoke’s guy, Sam I Am rant on the Dine Ink unusual pens. http://www.baronbob.com/dine-ink-pen-cap-cutlery.htm
You`ve changed your plans? Change the heel!
“Tanya Heath shoes” are shoes with a set of interchangeable heels.
Ingenious invention by designer Tanya Heath, allows women to have a pair of shoes that might turn from an option for driving a car into elegant stiletto shoes for evening reception, plus many other options depending on the style of clothes and situation.
Designer Tanya Heath has started a line of high-fashion shoes with removable heels. Are these the shoes working women everywhere have been waiting for? Tanya Rivero reports.
Safety Truck: taking care for those who are behind!
To avoid accidents, which trucks often get in, Samsung in cooperation with the advertising agency Leo Burnett has invented a new technology.
The new system transmits video from cameras mounted at the front of the truck on 4 large monitors installed behind. This allows the cars that are behind the trucks to see what happens ahead of the truck.
In the first test Safety Truck drove over 1000 km in 3 days and did not hit any traffic accident.
This initiative was created by Leo Burnett / Buenos Aires for Samsung’s Argentinian corporate office to promote road safety.
Slippers for lunatics
Do you stroll about during a sleep or just at night? Do not let the monsters catch you by surprise! BrightFeet are the slippers with backlight for the most coward ones.
Direct Response TV commercial for the Bright Feet slippers. Light up your path at night with the patented Bright Feet Slippers. Personal night lights that move with you anywhere. Automatic light sensor, no buttons to push. No more stubbing your toes or struggling to find the switch! Makes the perfect gift!
Garden in your pocket
Wearable plant is a mini garden in a pendant invented by designer Colin Jordan.
He offered this alternative to traditional jewelry for those, who nourish a special passion for nature and “prints” their mini vases using a 3-D printer.
Colleen Jordan’s Easter egg-hued vases are the perfect springtime accessory. Built in miniature, her creations are sized to carry small succulents or pocket-sized flower arrangements on one’s neckline, lapel, finger, or bicycle handle. The Atlanta-based designer and artist recently made Wearable Planter her full time gig, and each piece is influenced by the many places she has lived-including Sweden, Hawaii, and South Carolina.
Thinx – 2 in 1
These panties created by sisters-twins Miki and Radha Agrawal (Miki and Radha Agrawal) from Sri Lanka and their business partner Antonia Dunbar have 4 restraint layers of antimicrobial fabric that are able to detain a moisture.
After use they can be washed and used again as a regular underwear.
Drinkable Book: purifying through knowledge
The pages of this book can be used as water filters. According to testing this invention in Bangladesh, Ghana and South Africa, it became clear that they are able to detain up to 99% of harmful bacteria.
At this stage, scientists check the ability of book to delete pollution, eliminating water from viruses. They have already found investors who are willing to launch a mass production of a filter book.
http://www.WATERisLIFE.com Donations: http://waterislife.com/donate The Drinkable Book is a life saving tool that filters water and teaches proper sanitation & hygiene to those in the developing world. Each book is printed on technologically advanced filter paper, capable of killing deadly waterborne diseases. Each page is coated with silver nanoparticles, whose ions actively kill diseases like cholera, typhoid and E.