The Star Trek Clock is an ingenious piece of handcrafted ingenuity. This “We need more time, Captain,” has 12 vintage classic Action Fleet Micro Machine starships, warships and other vessels to represent numbers, and give an interesting aura overall. Looking at the images, it seems to be neatly done as well. No wonder it sold out, but if you want one, pre-order at Etsy.
Entecho’s Hoverpod employs the company’s drum fan lifting system. They portray it as a versatile machine that move over any terrain, land, water, snow or sand. Its ability to move over any terrain is possible because it flies at altitude slightly greater than conventional hovercrafts, moreover, the pod is capable of moving in any direction and reach top speed of 120 kmph. It weighs only 200kg and the prototype’s flying saucer shape is an obivous attraction.
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Who could have imagined, that kitchen sinks could be used as building cladding. A Dutch architecture firm has done so. A wonderful example of recycling and building. The use of such sinks is not only limited to building facade’s but can also be used as water tanks, open air structures and a lot more purposes.
Designer Jin Seok Hwang has created a skateboard that folds in half. Jin has made the design very tidy and has given the board awesome looks. Though there are other skate boards that fold but no one matches Jin’s design. Great work.
Aleksi Hautamaki has recycled, added some innovation and created typography lamps out of large characters which were headed towards the trash can. He adds a new transformer and LEDs to turn old, discarded signage into a designer lamp that is ready to use.
The magnetic water clock can work on anything, that holds water. Ideally, use a cup and a plate, put the red ball in the cup, the white one in the plate, and the arrangement on the ceramic box. The ceramic base holds two rotating magnets, that will make the red ball show the hours, and the white one show minutes. It will be fun for around 10 minutes, and then you will realize you could have a whole lot more fun with $299.
When everythings going robotic, why not the caddy. The shadow caddy faithfully follows the golfer, chugging behind, carrying all the clubs. For some, that may be a much better option. The robot follows the golfer by tracking a transmitter fit into the golfer’s belt.