If you enjoy your baths but candlelight isn't quite the right mood for you, this cool little planetarium is definitely great for those that are in need of mood lighting. With this you can lay back as it casts pretty starry skies onto your walls.
It makes me wish I could sit still long enough to soak in the tub, however, I just tend to enjoy showers way more. For those that aren't as squirmy as I am, you can also flip the planetarium over and have it cast different colors and designs into the water itself.
The Homestar Spa from SEGA Toys is being sold for $70. It might also be cool for those with hot tubs to give different lighting than the boring colored bulbs that are usually featured in hot tubs.
Don't get me wrong, I'm all for ergonomics but I do wonder whether ErgoMotions' new Workstation design might remind potential buyers a little too much of a dentist's chair to make them entirely comfortable. Featuring an industrial rack-mounted PC, twin 19-inch monitors on a custom, speaker-studded retractable arm, VoIP and fully adjustable chair with memory presets, the Phase 1 prototype is intended to make long-term computer use compatible with the requirements of both our bodies and health & safety legislation.
Now building a computer into a desk is, when you think about it, a pretty daft idea. Not only are you saying that you don't need the flexibility of a laptop, but you're saying you'll always be using your PC wherever your desk is. But there's something about the Art Deco design of Gareth Battensby's Sync concept that has swayed me.
Nothing quite like a nice sit down on a Saturday, and if you're of a geeky mindset then this could be the seating for you. The work of Bond. multi-disciplinary design collective member Joe Doucet, the Scape Modular Seating System consists of a whole array of pixel-like adjustable columns. Back trouble? Tweak the rods up into an upright bench. Entertaining your latest paramour? Flatten them down into a slick couch.