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It’s been a decade we have been talking about 3D printers, 3D images, 3D movies and so on but has anyone ever imagined of using a pen in day to day life to create 3D drawings. I am sure market must be loaded with similar pens but what makes the pen that we are going to talk about here most exclusive is that it is the world’s first 3D pen that uses cool ink instead of hot melting plastic.
As tablets become more valuable and integrated in the mobile community, tech giants such as Apple and Samsung are in constant search of innovative means to put their creative content on the map. The Business Insider said that these gizmos are expected to exceed the mobile budgets in the next four to five years. While 2013 has been witnessing a profound improvement in terms of tablet innovations, mobile developers and analysts are still showing a glimpse of the near future, with a large potential of changing the dimension of the mobile ecosystem.
The superfast Hyperloop transportation system, 3D Printers, solar powered planes and the crash proof cars. All above mentioned modern world innovations fail when compared to the just-add-water beer. That’s right. A brewer from Alaska has invented a concentrated form of beer that you can use to make your own beer in seconds, just by adding water to it.
Now here’s something worthy of a Sheldon Cooper ‘BAZINGA’! Holographic Displays which generate richly textured images in thin air have so far been imagined to be restricted to sophisticated labs and studios. But HOLHO aims to bring that same experience to us all owning smartphone and tablets with HOLHO holographic displays.
Coolest accessory for your wrist can be a watch. But not unless you have the new Tokyoflash Kisai Neutron Watch that tells you the time through LED’s stuck on its face. The watch features a futuristic design and comes equipped with a motion sensor that enables a wearer to see the time with a flick of wrist. Time is presented via flashing LED’s and can be set to be displayed in a wavy or fade mode.
Make me a drink, Bartender! This is something that you would probably say to a barman. However, if you enter a German bar called “Robots Bar and Lounge,” you’d be astonished to see a robot who’s just gawking to take your order. The Robots Bar and Lounge in Ilmenau, eastern Germany doesn’t has a human to serve your drinks, instead it has a robot bartender who is popularly known as Carl.
Wall posters…they are colorful, abstract, inspiring, ornamental, musical… wait musical? Yes, well apparently this one is! Novalia has blended simple picture approach with the modern-day artistic motif by adding interactive platform to the poster. A little about Novalia: it is a group of seven people from UK comprising of scientists, designers as well as programmers. The team has made its debut venture with a musical drum kit poster.
The Royal College of London has recently devised a unique breed of clothing with enhances joint power. The design students behind the invention say that although in prototype stage, the air-powered clothing uses a series of connected air bags placed over the limbs which initiate the physical lift.
A team of researchers in National Taiwan University, Taipei has created a sensor that can be embedded into your tooth and can diagnose your health. The sensor fitted with an accelerometer collects data and sends it directly to your smartphone. It can send feeds of how many times you smoke cigarettes, how much do you eat, your drinking habits, coughing and even speaking.
Another amazing masterpiece by Star Wars passionate fans has come into limelight. A life-size model of the ‘Tie Fighter’ spacecraft has been created by a team of German Star Wars admirers. The 1:2 scale replica of Tie Fighter has been crafted using plastic, wood and steel which took almost 2 years for completion. The Darth Vader’s Tie fighter was publicized in Eichenzell, Germany and has become a hot topic of discussion among Star wars fan since then.
Weltall1028, a Flickr user has created an awesome replica of Nintendo Entertainment System using LEGO bricks. LEGO NES is imitation of actual NES featuring the exact same size and dimensions. Color theme also matches the original NES console i.e. black and white. Top of the console can flip open to place in it the actual NES cartridge.
The backpack that we will be talking about here is not simply a rucksack but could prove to be a life saver, especially in the war prone countries where violence and commotion are part of daily life. The unusual creation christened Kelvar rucksack is the brain child of an Israeli designer Hila Raam who is a graduate from Hadassah College, Jerusalem. To make the backpack do what it has been intended to do, Aramid: a fiber used for creating bullet proof military vests, has been brought into use.
Carrie Segal, a 27 year old Makebly user has built a brass and glass USB keyboard that’s absolutely dissimilar to any regular keyboard. The image you see here is not a techie weapon instead it’s a keyboard consisting of all 36 vital writing keys. The keyboard called Hemisphere Keyboard looks like a sphere with multiple spikes. Each spike is having a glass ball at the end with letters encrypted on top.