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Wrote Hakkens, "Usually there is no interaction with a robot vacuum. I created a little friend just rolling around, which you could push or kick in a direction to clean. It has no troubles with cables or anything like that, is strong, and when it rolls before your feet you just kick it out of the way."
Created by Dave Hakkens.
"Most of our classic bars of soap are being replaced by soap pumps. However, a lot of these pump soaps contain a lot of chemicals. Not only the soap itself, also its packaging. The main reason to use a soap pump is because it's more hygienic and easier. I wanted to give the classic, more natural bar of soap the same features so we could start using it again."
"The block contains different sizes for different needs. Dirty hands? Just use a bigger piece."
Brief: "To remind people of the problem of being stuck in the wrong job and to reinforce Monster.com as the best platform for finding the right job."
Solution: "In a pack of tiny toy soldiers, a ballet dancer is found taking up the role of a soldier. The ballet dancer is completely out of place. This reminds everyone not to get stuck in the wrong job and that Monster.com is the best platform for finding the right job."
Price: $100 (Kickstarter contributions start from $25.
"The AugustaWestland AW609 is currently undergoing flight testing, with the goal of getting its FAA certification by 2016, allowing you to buy one. Unlike the V-22, the AW609 is designed with comfort in mind, featuring a pressurized cabin that can hold six VIPs in style. It can land anywhere a helicopter can land, but it also has a top speed of about 300 mph and a range of over 800 miles, making it much more versatile than a helicopter would be."
Images: Glaw, F., et al., PLoS ONE