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Coffee Joulies use phase change material to make your cup's temp just right People who drink coffee know how much it sucks when you grab a cup from your local coffee shop, take sip, and recoil from the burning hot liquid you need so badly to start your day. If only there was a way to cool your coffee down quickly, without sticking ice cubes in it, or leaving the lid off for 5 minutes before you can take another sip… Fortunately, two guys named Dave have created a solution to this common problem with a product called Coffee Joulies. Dave Petrillo and Dave Jackson spent the past nine months working from opposite ends of the country to develop Joulies with the intent of creating the “perfect coffee drinking experience.” The Joulies absorb extra thermal energy in your coffee when it’s too hot, and cools it down to a drinkable temperature three times faster than if you sat and waited. Joulies also releases that stored energy back into your coffee, which keeps it at the right temperature for twice as long.
Bud - Multiplayer Tabletop Game by Joshua Chao The Bud reminds me of the Vulcan game of Kal-toh. Players take turns joining one twig to another but the connected ends must be the same color.
Imagine using half as much space for a doorway yet being able to open it in both directions – and all on smooth invisible track with concealed inset hinges that doors seem to float on air. This brilliant door hinge system is so simple and useful it seems uncanny that similar home hardware not used in every house in the world. Push or pull and the Ergon door will spring to the side as it moves in or out, ending up flush and perpendicular with the adjacent door frame. From the offset paths it traces as seen from above it is impressive how much space is saved either way. The inset hinge and steel slider system sit inline with the door and are thus invisible most of the time and minimalist when exposed.
Dial Phone - Mobile Phone Concept by Jung Dae Hoon Phone Fashion
Coffee from my Pocket icoffee by Gerda Hopfgartner
Stuff I want to make
Print That Screen, Literally! Document Extractor – Combi Monitor is a screen that doubles up as a printer as well.
Napkin PC It is the time of CES and the media is currently filled with a lot of very interesting products - but here is one that you will not see (unfortunately).
Dumpling Inspired Backpack Here’s a slightly different take on the backpack.
Try Air To Stay Dry
Bin Ball Not a Trash Ball
Rain Drum Posted on May 3, 2010 by saya Rain Drum, a recent work from a South Korea-based designer Dong Min Park, has been very popular on the Internet, and deemed as “an interesting amusement for boring rainy days”. The shade of the umbrella is made up of five different wax cloths, to imitate the different frequency of the hi-hat, crash, tom-tom, bass and snare.
A Clean Shirt Everyday I actually enjoy doing laundry because the results always leave me in some warm, cuddly, lethargic relaxed state. Washing Machine-in closet