"This plotter is made entirely out of cardboard, welding rod, rubber bands, adhesive tape and super glue. The digital memory is a little book with plenty of different drawing codes, which are written down as coordinates. In this video I’m entering the first code, which makes the plotter draw “hello world”."
The silicone storage bags are reusable and durable. The leakproof seal prevents spills and keeps contents safely stored inside. The bags even can be used to steam, microwave, freeze and marinate food. Each is only $20.
Lasso is a pair of flat-packed slippers, which are made from one piece of wool-felt with a leather sole and laced in the colour of your choice. Just slip the colorful laces through the holes and you’ve got a pair of slippers. So easy!
Chuck by Natascha Harra-Frischkorn is a flexible wall shelf made up of 4mm thick wooden floors and two stainless steel sleeves. The result is a combination of flexibility and stability. The result is an individual, practical piece of storage furniture.
The Wellness Ball Active Sitting by Technogym is a new dynamic chair that allows you to exercise whenever and wherever you are. The ball chair can help you to maintain correct posture, prevent back problems and improve your general health. The chair comes in 2 sizes: 55 centimetre diameter: recommended for people from up to 170 cm in height; 65 centimetre diameter: recommended for people taller than 170 cm. The cover can be removed via a nylon zipper.
Karma is an amazing steel statue by Korean sculptor and installation artist Do Ho Suh. The statue presents countless men sitting atop one another while shielding each other's eyes. The statue ascends into the sky like a human ladder. The design makes one question whether the idea behind it is to present the figure of a man blindly following in the path of his ancestors before him, who have risen a step closer to the heavens with each new successor in the lineage.
"It's a basic human desire to separate an OREO cookie. Humans love either cookie or creme. And sometimes a man just needs to invent a machine to do the hard work of separating the two. Today, that man is physicist and cookie-part preferrer David Neevel. Watch him operate the machine he created that separates OREO cookies"
FabCafe in Japan is offering the service to create a gummy replica of yourself for the White Day. "They will be holding a 2-part workshop at their Shibuya location where males will use a 3D body scanner to create gummy humans in their own likeness."