Arts & Design

BabySim infant emergency simulator for blossoming nurses

BabySim is a new technology being used by nursing students at Canterbury Christ Church University. Nurses are often called upon for duty for the birth of a child with emergency medical needs. The portable BabySim is an anatomically correct infant doll which is meant to simulate the real-life needs of a newborn. Using this technology, which also comes with software ...

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Tryane II: The handmade wooden car

The Tryane II is a completely handmade wooden car by creator Friend Wood (real name!), which is said to be built similar to the way boat builders build boats. The wooden car frame was made by laying several dozen strips of mahogany, sealed with epoxy resin, all triple layered over a male mound. When the car is running, it is ...

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Bracelet Phone design concept

Why fill up precious pocket space with a cell phone when you can just wear one on your wrist? The Bracelet Cellphone concept design by Tao Ma allows for that simple luxury. When receiving a call or message, the bracelet vibrates lightly. You answer by pressing one of the strategically placed diamonds. The big downfall? No screen display or typical ...

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First ever Universal Phone Charger

We no longer live in the time of one device call management. People these days own up to four phones sometimes because of their crazy work habits! Crazy, yes, but we’ve seen it happen. The first ever Universal Phone Charger is being shown this week at CEBIT. The AnyFix charger is the product of Prof. Luigi (fitting name for one ...

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Smitten surgeon leaves her number in a way the patient will never forget

This is almost as scary as waking up in a bath tub with one of your kidneys missing. Or I guess the most romantic idea ever depending on your point of view. Handsome and wealthy Kurt Fulson never expected to have his surgeon creatively flirt with him. After taking a spill snowboarding, Fulson needed to have surgery performed to reconstruct ...

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Coughing Screaming Ash Tray scares you into quitting

Smoking is a dirty and dangerous habit, yet one of the toughest and most popular ways of killing yourself. Cut out the extended suicide of cigarette smoking by buying your beloved smoker this Coughing Screaming Ash Tray. Every time they light up and start to ash into the tray, the fleshy lungs starts emitting a retched coughing fit and screams ...

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Retro gamer belt buckles

Productdose has put together a cool little collection of retro gamer themed belt buckles which we would be honored to sport on our waists. Included are Pac-Man, Mario, Atari, and Space Invaders, plus a few more. Our favorites are pictured here, but we are in love with all of them so we recommend checking out the whole bunch.

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The giant multi-touch digital treadmill helps you innovate

For all of you world travelers or French readers, if you happen to have a chance to be in Paris, you might want to take a run by the Adidas Sport Performance Store and see this awesome looking treadmill they’ve got running. The Paris outlet has a mi Innovation Center where athletes and sneaker fans alike can go for a ...

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Romain Jerome Watch made from Titanic remains

Romain Jerome is taking notes from fellow watch designers Krone, and starting to base a series of watches based on iconic events in history. The first model in the series is the Titanic DNA watch. The watch is made of oxidized steel from the remains of the Titanic, and titanium from the future Titanic II being constructed at Harland and ...

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The magical suspended in air Towel Rack

Bath towel racks are a dime a dozen. Your standard towel rack is a metal rod attached to a wall which a towel can be lazily thrown on. Here is a rack that is similar to other new gadgets which seem like they are in danger of falling in front of your eyes. Umbra has just launched this new shelf ...

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