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09 Jun, 2015

Tech Tuesday: The Wrist Buddha

  This week's Tech Tuesday presents WellBe, the lightweight bracelet crafted from eco-friendly cork that monitors the user’s heart rate via a patent pending algorithm to both, analyze and provide stress and calmness levels based on time, location and the people that the user comes into contact with. In a nutshell, this wearable device tracks the wellbeing of its users. WellBe syncs with...

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02 Jun, 2015

Tech Tuesday: Next-level Smart Car

  Tech Tuesday presents the EO smart connecting car (EOscc) 2: the smart car created by German artificial intelligence researchers that can spin 360 degrees, drive sideways and link up to form trains. This micro vehicle was designed to be megacity-ready with awesome space-saving features. Check out the video demo below:   

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26 May, 2015

Tech Tuesday: Miito- Reimagine the Electric Kettle

    Miito has introduced a simple yet awesome idea/invention.  This water saving kettle could have been featured on Sustainable Sunday as well, but is more appropriate for Tech Tuesday because of their innovative technology.  I'm not sure how the technology works, but the concept is genius and I definitely want in on this device once it is available for retail....

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19 May, 2015

Tech Tuesday: The World's Cheapest Computer

  This week's Tech Tuesday presents C.H.I.P., the world's first $9 computer that's as tiny as a credit card. C.H.I.P. has it all: built-in wifi, bluetooth, applications, etc. So with C.H.I.P., you can do it all: play music, games, surf the web and even learn some basic coding. You can use C.H.I.P. with LibreOffice to edit spreadsheets, create word documents,...

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12 May, 2015

Tech Tuesday: Jetman - Jetpacks in Dubai

   Watch as two men explore the city of Dubai from an aerial view.  These guys are putting their life at risk doing something that hasn't been done before; you have to respect it.  Could this be the next step in flight for humans? Could jetpacks see the retail world? Hopefully, because it looks like tons of fun.      ...

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06 May, 2015

Wall-to-Wall Wednesday: The Living Cube

  This week's Wall-to-Wall Wednesday presents "The Living Cube," by Switzerland-based designer -- Till Konneker. On top of the cube is a flat space large enough to fit a queen mattress, while the inside contains up to twelve different discrete spaces for storage. Konneker first designed the Living Cube for himself, but now offers it via his website. Check out the video below,...

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05 May, 2015

Tech Tuesday: Sleep in a Smartbed

  Optimize your bed for sleep and other activities with Luna, the fully automatic mattress cover that adjusts temperature, alarm systems, and lighting based on your sleep behavior. Luna sends push notifications to your phone once it recognizes a patten, unlike most trackers that require you to monitor your data or extrapolate sleep trends. Having raised over 1 million dollars on...

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03 May, 2015

Sustainable Sunday: Plant Friends

  This week's Sustainable Sunday presents the adorable Plant Friends, created by designer -- Dickson Chow. Plant Friends is a plant environment monitoring system made up of two sub-systems: wireless, battery-operated sensor nodes and a base station. The sensor nodes are in the form of laser-cut bamboo characters—a bunny, a robot, and a dinosaur.     Plant Friends serve as the perfect assistant botanist, taking...

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21 Apr, 2015

Tech Tuesday: Virtuix Omni- Grand Theft Auto V

   I don't know whether to be impressed by this footage, or scared.  This looks wayyyyy to realistic and I'm sure when you are actually playing it feels wayyyyy to realistic.  Being a sucker for video games, having this in my crib would be a dream come true.  This is one of those things you bring out during the holiday...

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14 Apr, 2015

Tech Tuesday: The Hackaball

  What appears as a simple plastic ball with a rubbery exterior, actually contains a built in miniature computer, gyroscope, accelerometer, vibration motor, 9 LEDs and a memory for sounds. This week's Tech Tuesday presents Hackaball, the smart and responsive ball that teaches children as young as age six the basics of game design with the help of a programming app....

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12 Apr, 2015

Sustainable Sunday: Earth Hour Highlights

  This year, Earth Hour was celebrated in 172 countries, with over 1400 landmarks switching off lights on the 28th of March between 8:30 and 9:30 PM EST. Did you remember to celebrate?        To promote sustainable use in honor of Earth Hour, Environmental charity, Do The Green Thing, teamed up with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF-UK) to launch -- the Everyday...

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07 Apr, 2015

Human Powered Theme Park

    Sometimes making technological advancements requires taking a step back from modern thought.  Thats exactly what this small theme park accomplishes.  "Ai Pioppi" is completely powered by human effort.  It is quite obvious that this is the type of theme park that is not meant for the lazy couch potato; it takes a lot of effort to create the thrill you want....

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