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    These grass leaf-shaped pens, called the Pooleaf, available in 3 different shade, give you the look of a natural plant when put together in a pen cup. $5.
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    Fashion designer Ying Gao brought in robotics designer Simon Laroche to help create (No)where (Now)here, two dresses that activate when someone looks at them. The dresses are equipped with eye-tracking sensors. When the dress detects a person's gaze, it moves and lights up in the dark. The undulating dresses are mesmerizing to look at. The fabric moves like gentle waves, making them look alive, like some strange ocean denizens. The interactive dresses' movements come from tiny motors. The lighting effect is generated by photoluminescent thread.
    Ying Gao’s statement reads: “A photograph is said to be ‘spoiled’ by blinking eyes — here however, the concept of presence and of disappearance are questioned, as the experience of chiaroscuro (clarity/obscurity) is achieved through an unfixed gaze.”
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    This Blue Claw table tennis paddle case is ideal for all players, this case will protect your paddle and hold 3 balls (3 star only of course). The liner protects moisture and lint from touching your paddle and adds a fun flare of color. The exterior is made of heavy canvas. $35
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    Inspired by the interaction between glass and the human hand. You can put the glass down, but it's not stable. Melodi Bozkurt and Erin Turkoglu, the creative duo behind Müzz Design, call their glass "Meld Wine."
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    Don't get cheated. It's an umbrella stand, just designed in the shape of sneakers. The stand can be placed at the foyer to hold umbrellas. It is made of pottery and real strings.
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    Burger King debuts a hand-free burger holder - Whopper Holder, to celebrate the chain's 50th anniversary in Puerto Rico. "The video featuring a 'hands-free' Whopper Sandwich holder was produced by an agency in Puerto Rico to celebrate the brand and the iconic Whopper Sandwich in a humorous way. However, the product depicted in the spot was not produced, or distributed to guests as some reports indicate," reads the short statement from Burger King to CNBC.
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    Designer Jiho Jang has created GIFTY, a  digital camera that integrates a Zero Ink printer that captures and prints animated GIFs as a little flip books. The GIFTY camera is only a concept and not yet available for purchase. Good idea!
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    Walhub is a dedicated location to store the objects that often come and go with you - keys, mail, umbrella, scarf... Walhub replaces your underutilized switch plate and adds practical function to a logical location.
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    Fun and beautiful apple carving by talented Culinary Arts student Lemony Lollipop.
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    The wearable wedding invitation card, called "Blinkers of Love", is designed by art director Renato Tata, the 2013 Greek Design Awards winner. The invitations are printed on cut-out paper that pieces together to form a pair of wearable glasses-inspired blinkers.
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    This Togo Burger package is designed to provide "a more convenient way of take-out for fast food industry as well as its customers by designing handy carrier for take-out burger meal consisted of a burger, french-fries, and soda."
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    Brazilian cheese specialized store Bon Vivant creates this creative miniature grater business card. The grater is made of light metal, and has the size of a classic business card. Grater card could grate all sort of cheese, that's why it became a great gift.
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    3D Printed Shoes by designer Alan Nguyen, and exhibited at the Milan Design Week in 2012 and the Maison et Objet show in Paris, again in 2012. The shoes were commissioned by Freedom of Creation for FreshFiber, a company that makes “personalized 3D accessories.” This 3D Printed Mashup Shoe celebrates a collection of the most successful iPhone cases from FreshFiber. This 3D printed mash up shoe holds your iPhone on the side, cool?
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    Tim Bouckley, Millie Clive-Smith, Mi Eun Kim and Yuta Sugawara, students from the Royal College of Art in London, have developed headsets that allow the wearer to adjust their sight and hearing in the same way they'd control the settings on a TV or radio (+ movie).
    The equipment, called Eidos, was developed to enhance sensory perception by tuning in to specific sounds or images amongst a barrage of sonic and visual information, then applying effects to enhance the important ones.
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    Dominique Zamora of foodbeast has handmade this Graduation Cap Flask for graduates of legal drinking age.
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    The tennis court business card by Denia Salu Tennis Academy is handed folded in half and, when opened, became a tennis court. Two models were produced: clay and hard court.
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    This is a wood ring on a leather strap from Japan, it looks like a subway ring for your kid to hold on, designed by rinao design.
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    Aqueduck Faucet Handle Extender fits most two-handle faucets and is easy to remove for cleaning. They are made from long-lasting soft, durable plastic that contains no BPA, PVC, or phthalates. The design encourages good hygiene.
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    Forget the traditional window mannequins along the busy streets and look at this mannequin wheel, which is rotational wheel installation by NEON.
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