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Audífonos con cierre e imanes: ¿Cómo no se nos ocurrió antes? Esta es una de esas ideas tan simples que da rabia que no se le haya ocurrido a uno antes. El mayor problema de usar audífonos es desenrrollar los cables. Guardas los audífonos y cuando los sacas, sin importar cómo los hayas guardado, están enredados. Lo que hizo fue cubir los cables de los audífonos con los extremos de un cierre. La otra gracia del concepto desarrollado por Matsui es que le puso un pequeño imán a los audífonos, lo que hace que cuando no estén en uso, se mantengan juntos. Link: Tangled Earbuds?

Monkey Light Pro turns bicycle wheels into colorful, animated displays There are plenty of interesting ways to deck out your bicycle, but MonkeyLectric may have come up with the ultimate way to make it stand out on the road. The company's new Monkey Light Pro is a set of LED bars that attach to a bicycle wheel and can be programmed to play colorful animations. This isn't the first light-up bicycle wheel system we've seen, and MonkeyLectric itself has produced other models in the past, but none have been as elaborate as this. Over the last two years, the company has been hand-making prototypes of the newer system for special events and projects. The Monkey Light Pro features four bars sporting a total of 256 full-color LEDs, which fit together inside the spokes and display bright images over the entire wheel when it's in motion. It's designed to fit any 26 in (66 cm) or larger bicycle wheel, and includes a stainless steel anti-theft strap to keep it secure. MonkeyLectric is currently running a Kickstarter to finalize the design and bring it to production.

Swiss Army Unisex Watch 24720: Swiss Army: Watches This Awesome Urn Will Turn You into a Tree After You Die | Design for Good You don't find many designers working in the funeral business thinking about more creative ways for you to leave this world (and maybe they should be). However, the product designer Gerard Moline has combined the romantic notion of life after death with an eco solution to the dirty business of the actual, you know, transition. His Bios Urn is a biodegradable urn made from coconut shell, compacted peat and cellulose and inside it contains the seed of a tree. I, personally, would much rather leave behind a tree than a tombstone. Editor's Note: The Bios Urn is a patented design of Estudimoline, the design company of Gerard Moline, a Catalan artist and product designer who designed Bio Urn for animals in 1999.

BHEESTIE Bag® - dry out a wet cellphone, iPod® or other small electronic. Drop it in...Dry it out! Design Probes - Bio-light {*style:<b>How we could use it </b>*}Bioluminescence produces low-intensity light, more suitable for tracing, warning, ambience and indication than functional illumination. Its speed of generation, being dependent on chemical reaction, is slower than most conventional light sources and the life form itself must be kept alive. But it needs no wires and is independent of the electricity grid. The living nature of the material provides interesting possibilities for changing, unpredictable, environmentally responsible ambient effects. {*style:<b>Some possible uses might include </b>*}• Night-time road markings, e.g. bioluminescent plants that indicate where the edge of the road is • Warning strips on flights of stairs, kerbsides etc. • Informational markings in low-light settings, eg. theatres, cinemas, nightclubs • Diagnostic indicators, e.g. a colored body health map in the home apothecary, pollution levels, local bacterial ecology etc. {*style:<b>Far-future design concepts

LapTouch: a conceptual laptop for creative minds The LapTouch concept is targeted at the creative community (Image: Amir Labidi) Image Gallery (8 images) Einstein famously maintained that a cluttered desk is a sign of a brilliant mind. View all As a daily user of a graphics tablet and computer, Labidi says the concept was derived from the difficulty he found positioning a tablet and PC together to be able to press keys while using the pen. Though hybrid touchpad laptop models are already available, Labidi’s concept for the LapTouch is aimed at a specific market. Labidi hopes that if the new Panasonic tablet or Wacom Cintiq prove to be beyond your price range, then his idea may meet tactile drawing requirements in a cost-effective manner should the concept be realized. With its good looks and bundled features, the LapTouch concept has been shared on social networks and is currently undergoing a patent application. For the time being at least, the creative world will have to stick to a cluttered desk and its suggestion of a brilliant mind.

luxury garden office pod Post-apocalyptic Tokyo scenery 19 Aug 2010 The illustrations of TokyoGenso (a.k.a. Tokyo Fantasy) depict a post-apocalyptic Tokyo devoid of people and overtaken by nature. Shinjuku skyline [+] Tokyo Big Sight [+] Rainbow Bridge [+] Moai statue at Shibuya station [+] Kabuki-za Theater, Ginza [+] Mode HAL iKO Building, Shinjuku [+] Poster for "The Book of Eli" (Japanese title: "The Walker") [+] Gundam // Tokyogenso Robot Tokyo Sky Tree [+] Sofmap Akihabara [+] Haneda Airport [+] Cover of Liberal Time, September 2010 Akihabara [+] Saigō Takamori statue, Ueno Poster for "The Book of Eli" (a.k.a. Osaka street scene - Tsūtenkaku Tower [+] Osaka street scene - Billiken [+] Osaka street scene [+] Hato Bus [+] Tokyo Monorail [+] Shibuya station (Fukutoshin Line) // Seibu Shibuya "Manneken Pis" statue at Hamamatsuchō station Ueno [+] Tokyo Tower [+] Shinjuku station [+] Hanayashiki amusement park, Asakusa [+] McDonald's [+] Yoyogi station [+] Nakano station [+] Akihabara [+] Shibuya [+] Wako Building, Ginza [+] [Links: tokyogenso blog, pixiv, deviantART]