Devin Graham and free runner Ronnie Shalvis worked together to create this "Assassin's Creed 3 Meets Parkour in Real Life ". This was shot all on a Canon 5D Mark III, and a Glidecam HD 2000. Making of video below.
Made in Manchester, UK, Swifty One scooter is a genuine quality British product. The unique and innovative folding mechanism allows users to fold it in 3 easy stages. Weighing only 7.8kg, it can be easily carried on and off public transport, and can be rolled on its front wheel while folded for easy manoeuvrability. It even folds flat against a wall for easy storage.
The KOLOS iPad racing wheel fits three 9.7" iPad models: 2nd generation Apple iPad 2 (2011), 3rd generation Apple The new iPad (2012) and 4th generation Apple iPad with Retina Display (2012). It can easily control games on your iPad without having to hold it ever again.
The Milk Truck was created by Jill Miller, an artist and faculty member from the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. "The Milk Truck is a combination of guerilla theater, activism and a little slapstick humor." The truck has a giant boob on the roof. The primary mission is to help hungry babies eat by providing a supportive environment for women to nurse their babies. Babies should be able to eat anywhere. And everywhere.
Emma Montague made these stylish but slightly creepy sunglasses. They’re constructed using real deer jaws, black horn and acetate. Montague was inspired by the relationship between the shape of the jaw bone and sunglasses.
Traffic Light designed by Chang-Chi Shih. "It uses LEDs and even hosts a camera for capturing street-view videos. They come handy in recoding traffic violations by motorists. The design is intuitive and the lights can be configured to show alternative signals."