If you've got an apartment that has more than one bedroom, or it's anything bigger than a studio, then you probably won't need this (unless it just interests you that much). But, if you've got a cramped place you call home, then perhaps putting all of your appliances into one is exactly what you need to save on some space. That's where Moshi's kitchenette comes in. Designed for the smaller apartments out there, it's specifically created to bring together all of your most-used appliances.
We all get caught out in the rain on occasion and have to break out the umbrella. I know at my house when the umbrella is all wet we leave them on the front porch. The downside is that with the thunderstorms here in Texas often packing high winds I frequently have to trek through the field next door searching for the umbrella when it blows away.
At the beginning of the year, we showed you a concept for a new keyboard, called the Miniguru. With plenty of features to make typing purists out there happy, we were pretty excited about the possibilities it brought to the table. But, alas, today we are reminded all too well that a concept is just a concept, and they can come to an end all too quickly. Just months after its debut, it looks like the Miniguru keyboard isn't coming.
Have you ever purchased some clothing online? Have you ever purchased clothing online that you had never tried on before? If so, or if not, then you probably know that it can be a bit tricky, considering you don't get to see how it looks on you, or if it will even fit in general. So, what should you do? We'd say that you should look at Fits.me, the shape-shifting mannequin, but . . . It's a shape-shifting mannequin.
When you get married, you want everything to be special for you and your partner. And while the dress may be unique, the wedding itself may be just like someone else's in the past. Especially when it comes to rings. For the most part, there seem to be only so many different variations you can have out there, unless you start thinking outside of the box, that is. For one man, he definitely thought out of the box, and managed to design a ring that's probably one of the coolest little gadgets we've seen in a long time.
This is probably one of those concepts that, unfortunately, won't ever make it past the concept stage. As big, bulky, and loud as our current generation of washing machines are (even if some of them are remarkably quiet, you get the point), seeing something as super thin, and lightweight enough to hang on a wall is pretty cool in of itself. Of course, there's a few questions that have to be asked when seeing something like this, and unfortunately considering the conceptual nature of the idea at this point, those answers probably just don't exist right now.
As the world embraces technology, some of the world's population is still trying to catch up. While there's plenty of elderly out there that take to the advancements of our phones, computers, and even our eyes, there's just as many out there that find the whole situation far too complex for every day usage. Thanks to the Kompott Robotic Agent, students are bridging the gap between connectivity, technology, and the generation gap.
Apparently it's Summer or something, because bike safety is taking a front-and-center approach the last few days. But that's not a problem, especially when the concepts are some of the coolest things out there. In the latest effort, we've got a concept from designer Steve Hunt, which manages to attract our eyes in its shiny aesthetics, our curiosity with the features Hunt plans, and just the name alone gets us all intrigued.
As you sit in your abode, looking around and at all the shiny gadgets you've got lying around, where's the one place that just seems to be lacking in the out-right ridiculousness of the tech industry? Sure, there's plenty of smart bathtubs, and entire bathrooms, out there, but what about just the faucet? We've got faucets with capacitive touch controls, sure, and there's plenty of concepts out there to make our future-selves pretty happy. But what about the here and now? Say hello to the Renshui Faucet, coming straight out of China and ready to blow your socks off.
Do you remember the iWatch? It was a concept from ADR Studio, and it was something that they wished Apple would unveil at this year's WWDC. Obviously none of that happened, but that doesn't mean the concept from the studio wasn't out-right awesome. But, it didn't look like Apple was interested in doing anything that small with touchscreens. Until now. Thanks to some leaked images, it looks like Apple is busy working on something that utilizes a touchscreen measuring only 3x3cm.
Thursday night -- the night before the end of the work week. We can feel the excitement. Can you? Well, unless your work week is just getting started, or doesn't even start until this weekend. Then we feel your pain. But let's try to focus on the fun tonight, shall we? Welcome to tonight's edition of The Daily Slash. In the Best of R3 Media, we've got a new release date for the Vibrant, Apple may have used their kill switch, and Opera Mini's been updated. And then in the Dredge 'Net, a solar plane flies 26 hours, AQUA2 is another aquatic robot, and a foldable bike exists.