Volvo's inflatable child car seat, Cool. "Rather than being constructed out of rigid plastic and metal, their seat uses heavy duty drop-stitch fabric--the same stuff you’ll find in outdoor gear such as inflatable rafts. So you can pull that car seat out of a bag, and watch it balloon into a seat. It does this amazing feat in 40 seconds, thanks to a silent internal pump. "
The Johammer J1 Electric Bike looks like you're riding a terrified snail, cool! It is the first electric bikes to boast a 200 km (125 miles) range when fully charged. This can go anywhere from 30-60+ miles an hour, which isn’t too bad compared with most. About the price, it is not cheap, J1 models ranging from $31,860 to $34,630 for that 125-mile range option.
These are the images of perfect male and female bodies, according to polled British men and women. The results come from a poll taken by London lingerie manufacturer Blue Bella. According to the data, men clearly prefer, ahem, “sturdier” curves (Kim Kardashian’s breasts and Kelly Brook’s hips), while the ladies like to see women with slighter builds (Jennifer Aniston’s breasts and Emma Watson’s hips). Jump more see the big pic.
With this G-PAD, a slide-on silicone sleeve which turns your smartphone into a Game Boy. Created by Aws Jan who's currently trying to raise $16,000 on Indiegogo to put it into production, the G-PAD is designed to work with an iOS Game Boy emulator called GBA4iOS that doesn't require iPhone users to Jailbreak or hack their hardware to install. The sleeve slides up and onto an iPhone so that it perfectly covers the emulator's on-screen controls. There's no additional software needed and no Bluetooth connectivity. This idea looks cool.
Japanese studio h220430 has created a chair that seems to be suspended in mid-air by ten helium balloons attached by strings to a floating seat. The balloon is constructed out of fiber-reinforced plastic (FRP) and a cord that are connected to the ceiling by hidden anchors giving the chair the illusion of weightlessness. The piece was "inspired by feelings of floating that the main character felt in the French movie, Le Ballon Rouge (1956),"