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Air Conditioner and Blinds in One.

Air Conditioner and Blinds in One.

There is a super good idea coming from this invention. Coming from a Californian who recently moved to Florida, this is a good idea. I want to be able to enjoy sunlight at all times because it is beautiful here; the weather just makes it hard. Even just opening the blinds in the house can(…)

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DSLR for your phone!

DSLR for your phone!

Ever have that super annoying thing happen when you are trying to take a super cute picture with your friends, or a “selfie” on your cell phone, and you cant take that perfect picture you want because you cant find the right way to hold your phone? Yeah, me too. The Pictar is here to(…)

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The Great Ocean Fan

The Great Ocean Fan

I don’t think that it is a secret to the majority of us that our oceans are becoming more and more polluted. We could be doing so much more to help prevent such a thing from happening, so why aren’t we? This long term coast guard could take a huge part in the clean up(…)

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MIT students showcase innovative ideas

MIT students showcase innovative ideas

Students’ innovative IDEAS Global Challenge projects combine entrepreneurship with the passion to help others around the world. Close to 40 MIT student-led teams lined the Stata Center’s Student Street on Friday night to pitch their innovative ideas to a panel of judges as part of the IDEAS Global Challenge, an MIT Public Service Center program.(…)

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A creepy robot sensor that watches you sleep

A creepy robot sensor that watches you sleep

Mother is a peanut-shaped robotic sensor hub that watches over you and your family. It measures how well you brush your teeth, it knows how much you drink and it watches you when you sleep. The idea behind Mother is that you can have everything in your home constantly monitored. Affix a sensor to your(…)

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NASA designs ape-like robot for disasters

NASA designs ape-like robot for disasters

When we imagine the robots of the future, they often look and move like humans, standing up on two legs and using a pair of arms to grab and move objects. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory is working on a different kind of robot for disaster response that’s designed to move like an ape. Headless but(…)

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WALLET WOODCRAFT

WALLET WOODCRAFT

As easy to use a a clothespin, Wallit is the first wooden clip wallet of its kind. A simple press on the bottom opens the wallet allowing the cards and bills to be removed or replaced. When the Wallit is closed the content is fastened by the 4 silicon knobs that also protect the cards(…)

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Samsung SUHD with Quantum Dot display review

Samsung SUHD with Quantum Dot display review

This year’s line of Samsung SUHD TVs are deceptive. At first glance, maybe it seems like little has changed to these 4K, HDR-ready pixel portraits. But look harder at the curved, bezel-less screen and completely seamless back on Samsung’s new KS9500 TV, the flagship SUHD Quantum Dot Display, and you’ll start noticing how much work(…)

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The headphones of CES 2016

The headphones of CES 2016

From biometric earbuds to audiophile headphones, it’s been a busy show The best way to start the year as a techie is with eyes glued to what’s going down in Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show. For the audiophile things have kicked off in style with some of the most stylish headphones we’ve seen in(…)

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Carry a Tune

Carry a Tune

What if you could backpack in the wilderness but still be able to listen to your favorite music and share it with your friends? If you’re a music lover and a traveler, you know that portable Bluetooth speakers are a great accessory, and pocket-sized speakers are perfect. By taking innovative audio features, as well as(…)

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Pop-A-Tool

Pop-A-Tool

What if you could have the Pop-A-Point rainbow pencil from schooldays, but as a much more grown-up tool kit? Definitely as fun and ingenious as it sounds, the clever company mininch has designed the Tool Pen to contain many different tools in one pen-sized holder. You may have heard about the Tool Pen some time(…)

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Fly Like an Eagle

Fly Like an Eagle

Set in the not-too-distant future, this new concept plane features an astonishing layout that resembles a bird in flight. And not only does it look like a bird, but it is good for the birds; by using quantum mechanic technology, it would produce zero-contaminant emissions. Designed by Oscar Viñals  the AWWA-QG “Progress Eagle” Quantum Airplane could brighten(…)

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Jump Smart

Jump Smart

Jumping rope has become one of the hottest types of workouts lately, as it provides amazing overall body building as well as great cardio. It also fits into the modern lifestyle because it can be done at any time, almost anywhere. But staying motivated and knowing how many calories you’ve burned can be 2 drawbacks(…)

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Do You Wanna Go Sledding?

Do You Wanna Go Sledding?

Sledding is a great pastime for kids or adults, but carrying and storing sleds can prove difficult because of their bulkiness. To take all the stress out of sledding and offer better portability and storage options, the designers at Maarno have created the Folding Sled! Snow sleds are a common household item for people who(…)

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Re-shaping the Commodore

Re-shaping the Commodore

Anyone who remembers the classic Commodore 64 computer is going to fall in love with this new concept phone. Harkening back to the pioneer PC that featured 8 bit music and graphics, this phone proves that the 64’s loyal fans are still willing to buy anything related to this system. The designers at GivingShape have(…)

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