Why would only humans make use of eco-friendly technology?
We designed a birdhouse with a solar panel on its roof.
During the day, sunlight feeds the solar panel, charging a small battery.
At twilight the transparent stick will light up and cast a tiny light on your garden.
This light attracts an easy nighttime snack for the bird — all she has to do is stick her beak out of the hole and wait for the buzz.
7.1" x 3.5" x 3.5".
Archer recently released their own featuring three scents that will appeal to most men and a small minority of women: European Sports Car, Distillery, and Hunting Lodge.
European Sports Car
worn leather, excessive horse power, and a hint of aftershave. Bold, handsome, and perhaps a little overconfident at 140 MPH
charred oak, sour mash, and enough bourbon to kill an elephant. warm and inviting, but what isn't at 80 proof?
hearth stone, gun powder and damp timber. It smells just like it did 120 years ago, because it hasn't changed in 120 years. Other than the flatscreen and microwave
They’re available online for $14 each.
"The device consists of a bulb shaped container with the glass below. When the amount in the glass decreases, a constant amount is poured from the tank into the glass. The wine will never overflow because of the balance between air pressure and water pressure."
It is $419!!
"The Chumbuddy Sleeping bag looks just like a giant shark and in order to sleep inside, you must slip your body deep into its belly. Will you return in the morning? Maybe. Will you be cozy and comfortable? Yes! Chumbuddy is a stuffed toy, a sleeping bag, and a shark. Each Chumbuddy Sleeping Bag is handmade to exacting standards and YES, it will fit adults, even tall ones. The interior length is a little over 6.5 feet, so Chumbuddy can fully swallow children and average height adults and eat everything but the head (or feet) of a taller adult."
"The Fitz Roy Climbing Wall is a DIY item that makes Patagonia's famous peak accessible for kids." says Schindler. "We used a 2500 x 1250 x 15 mm plywood-board and painted it. The hole pattern for the image and the holes for the climbing holds were drilled with an old CNC 3-axis-router. Although the pattern looks complex, there was no scripting involved and everything was prepared with standard software tools."
"First we selected a nice image, in our case we decided for an image of Fitz Roy in Patagonia. Then we created a surface with the 'heightfield from image'-operation in Rhino, choosing a height of 3mm. The milling is done with Plunge Roughing, a standard CAM operation. In Plunge Roughing, the tool makes a series of plunges to remove cylindrical plugs of material."