slashpalooza:

thefunniestpost:

gimme-souls:

lickypickystickyme:

The Levitating Wireless Computer Mouse “The Bat” by Kibardin Design.
A set that consists of a base - mouse pad and floating mouse with magnet ring .

One of the goals of this product is to prevent and treat Carpal tunnel syndrome.

The Bat, eh?

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reblog 30%  for the amazing device and 70% for the Batman gif

ventdrummer:

biteswhenprovoked:

harshethic:

amroyounes:

Industrial designs ideas part III.

Checkout out the grey water into toilet one, now that is brilliant and environmental.

Solar powered solutions and smartphone pocket for your jeans!

This is badass

I love these.

All of this is so damn practical and amazing!

Again brought to my attention via Patrick Burgoyne. With over 1.1 million people in the world who don’t have access to clean drinking water, water-borne pathogens are a huge problem for the environment and for human health. Fortunately a clever little design has come to the rescue in the form of the Lifestraw The cigar-sized plastic tool is both a feat of engineering and an inexpensive way to deliver potable water to those who need it.Lifestraw delivers the most basic needs and purifies water from potential pathogens like typhoid, cholera, dysentery and diarrhea, becoming one of the icons of humanitarian product design- by the time the water hits your lips, it’s completely safe and potable. The Lifestraw is one of the highlights of the Cooper Hewitt’s Design for the Other 90% exhibition, which highlights products, architecture, and technology that benefits under-privileged demographics across the globe.

lokisredledger:

anniephantom:

basiliskblackberry:

aerophonophiliac:

nostopdasgay:

thebigkuma:

gamebroreviews:

exhalelight:

Toast Messenger by Sasha Tseng

Honestly, I would just use this to make the most passive aggressive sandwiches 

i would write the usernames of tumblr people that make me mad and then eat them

I’d draw yaoi on mine.

WOULD YOU CALL THESE…

…TOAST-IT NOTES?  

TOAST-IT NOTES

SO MANY FEELS TODAY

TOAST-IT NOTES

[I want this because of reasons.]


I’m limited by the technology of my time, but one day, you’ll figure this out. 

thatgirlannabagelhead:

alexob:

AmoeBAND became a 2012 IDEA Award Finalist by innovating every possible aspect of the plaster (band aid).

The design revisions were:  

- Strategic cut-outs shape to fit fingers in such a way that it is easy to bend them and not disrupt the bandage.

- An intelligent dressing material allows you to regularly check wounds from the outside, without upsetting the healing process.“According to research, the when an infection of a wound is detected, the pH value is between 6.5 and 8.5. AmoeBAND’s indicator cross turns purple, alerting the user needs to change it immediately.

- Since the bandage material used exudes a leather-like feel, availability in different skin-tones helps it blend in, without overly highlighting the injury.

- The packaging has been redesigned to a matchbox style and includes Braille instructions.

Hat tip to designers Tay Pek-Khai, Hsu Hao-Ming, Tsai Cheng-Yu, Chen Kuei-Yuan, Chen Yi-Ting, Lai Jen-Hao, Ho Chia-Ying, Chen Ying-shan, Weng Yu-Ching and Chung Kuo-Ting

omfg where have you been all my life

markmejia:

An entirely different person.. but interesting.

I feel guilty admitting that I think that the after photos are way more attractive that the before…

cassjaytuck:

all1sees:

she-draws—duh:

mandaj101:

so yeah dear santa.

give

fensti:

brotherjames:

bluenosed:

angry-comics:


The Quietest Place on Earth Will Drive You Insane Within 45 Minutes
There’s a small room in Minnesota that blocks out 99% of all external sound. That’s an impressive number! Also impressive: nobody can take more than 45 minutes alone in the room before they go nuts.
The Daily Mail describes Orfield Labs’ anechoic chamber—perfect for making extremely sensitive audio measurements. But also perfect for sending you into a hallucinatory hell so hellacious you’ll need a chair:

‘When it’s quiet, ears will adapt. The quieter the room, the more things you hear. You’ll hear your heart beating, sometimes you can hear your lungs, hear your stomach gurgling loudly. ‘In the anechoic chamber, you become the sound.’ And this is a very disorientating experience. Mr Orfield explained that it’s so disconcerting that sitting down is a must. He said: ‘How you orient yourself is through sounds you hear when you walk. In the anechnoic chamber, you don’t have any cues. You take away the perceptual cues that allow you to balance and manoeuvre. If you’re in there for half an hour, you have to be in a chair.’

That sounds swell. Just the serene quiet of you, your thoughts, and the unceasing pounding of the human heart. Your brain can’t take it, apparently, and begins to fabricate sounds that aren’t really there—completely delusional noises meant to block out the churning of your own horrid biomass.
(Source)


I find this really interesting.

As someone who hates living in a semi rural area because its so quiet this is basically hell. 

I’d love to take a seat in it. :)

fensti:

brotherjames:

bluenosed:

angry-comics:

The Quietest Place on Earth Will Drive You Insane Within 45 Minutes


There’s a small room in Minnesota that blocks out 99% of all external sound. That’s an impressive number! Also impressive: nobody can take more than 45 minutes alone in the room before they go nuts.

The Daily Mail describes Orfield Labs’ anechoic chamber—perfect for making extremely sensitive audio measurements. But also perfect for sending you into a hallucinatory hell so hellacious you’ll need a chair:

‘When it’s quiet, ears will adapt. The quieter the room, the more things you hear. You’ll hear your heart beating, sometimes you can hear your lungs, hear your stomach gurgling loudly. ‘In the anechoic chamber, you become the sound.’ And this is a very disorientating experience. Mr Orfield explained that it’s so disconcerting that sitting down is a must. He said: ‘How you orient yourself is through sounds you hear when you walk. In the anechnoic chamber, you don’t have any cues. You take away the perceptual cues that allow you to balance and manoeuvre. If you’re in there for half an hour, you have to be in a chair.’

That sounds swell. Just the serene quiet of you, your thoughts, and the unceasing pounding of the human heart. Your brain can’t take it, apparently, and begins to fabricate sounds that aren’t really there—completely delusional noises meant to block out the churning of your own horrid biomass.

(Source)

I find this really interesting.

As someone who hates living in a semi rural area because its so quiet this is basically hell. 

I’d love to take a seat in it. :)