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It comes from Michigan-based Inner City Bikes.
Said designer Joey Ruiter, "Our goal was to hit the reset button on bike design."
By George, I think they've done it. From Men's Journal,
"It is a sci-fi cycle with the essentials only: an aluminum frame, freewheel rear hub, 36-inch tires, disc brakes, custom-fit cranks, and a seat. Not even a chain or drive train."
Sony's personal 3D Viewer, the HMZ-T1, a wearable head mounted display for viewing movies or playing video games in 3D-enabled High Definition. Features equipped with a pair of 0.7-inch pair of OLED panels(1280 x 720) that are meant to reproduce the sensation of watching a 750-inch screen in 3D from 20 meters away, and a built-in 5.1 surround sound in the headphones. It will first be available in Japan this November for $600.
"Having a really fun skateboard to ride when the surf was flat became a family project.
Designing over dinner (pass the ketchup) trashing the garage, littering the yards with prototypes, searching anywhere and everywhere for the just right combination of wood, wheels, trucks, bolts and bearings that would bring that unique flow and feel.
It only took them 8 years or so to get it right (surfing every chance you get has a tendency to slow down projects)
The result is a HAMBOARD, which has a phenomenal similarity to surfing. "
"The camera attaches to your wall or ceiling using a magnetic mount that lets you swivel the camera to get the optimum field of view, then sends its signals wirelessly to your home network. Unlike other systems that require a running computer, and at least one webcam to operate, the iZON can stream audio and video directly to your iOS device. It can be configured to send push notifications when the camera detects motion or audio, and can even record what's happening directly to a private access only YouTube channel. "
Wow, the iNecklace($75), it is a aluminum pendant, and has an LED that pulsates when you connect the battery. It is not cheap, $75.If you want to save some cash and you're handy to boot, you could just make one yourself. Adafruit has posted all the instructions on what you need and how to do it here.
The CueLight is a interactive pool table system, using an HD video projector mounted above the table, and presumably a video camera ball tracking system feeding a PC rendering all of the real-time 60fps animations, the CueLight creates interactive digital effects on the surface of the table during a game. Check out the video.
"We began with a shared vision: creating high quality, elegant vibrators for women. Because when it comes to the products currently on the market, even some of the better ones are over-the-top—the kind of thing you hide under your bed, feeling like a teenager with a dirty magazine. Instead, we imagined toys so beautiful and discreet that they could live in your purse or your vanity. We envisioned elegant, discreet, and sensual products—ones that invite you to touch and experience instead of hiding them away. Because if anything deserves good design, it's the things we bring to bed with us"
Now they're up to $50,000 from over 430 backers, You can still pitch in: a $75 donation secures you the basic 8GB Duet (which Crave says will retail for $139).