Behold the 3Doodler, the world’s first pen that lets you draw 3D sculptures in real time.
NO FUCKING WAY
…I had a friend suggest getting two dishwashers, so you never have to empty it. You just have one for clean dishes and one for dirty dishes, and when you are out of clean dishes you just run the full one so they switch roles.
I always imagine billionaires with solid gold cars, but now I know their secret: they have two dishwashers and never have to do the dishes
So I was fantasizing about having two dishwashers, and thinking it sucks to have to bend over to get dishes in and out of them - what if you made them floor to ceiling wall-sized? And at that point they’d be so big that you could step into them WITH dirty dishes to get everything clean at the same time!
Then I realized I’d invented the shower
What a cool chair. via FFFFOUND!
Combination television, radio & cocktail set. Chicago, 1951.
“There´s tools and colours for all of us,
to lend from nature to make the world
more understandable and beautiful”.
Oh my F•ck!! Currently on EBAY! Someone let me toss em off, for 9 grand? Best HJ you ever got. Promise.
Daybed by Manuelsaez
Just leaving this here in case any of y’all still need gift ideas for me…
THIS IS IT
Biomineralization expert Brent Constantz of Stanford University got inspiration from the way corals build reefs to make a new type of cement for buildings. The process of making this cement actually removes carbon dioxide – a greenhouse gas, thought to cause global warming—from the air. The company Constantz founded, called Calera, has a demonstration plant on California’s Monterrey Bay that takes waste CO2 gas from a local power plant and dissolves it into seawater to form carbonate, which mixes with calcium in the seawater and creates a solid. It’s how corals form their skeletons, and how Constantz creates cement.
Source: Fast Company
The Moses Bridge by RO&AD Architects
People who are deaf or hard of hearing have long complained that going to watch a film can be an unsatisfactory experience, with subtitled films on at unsociable times and often suffering from technical problems. But a solution could soon available in the form of special glasses which allow the wearer to see subtitles directly in front of their eyes, giving them the freedom of choice afforded to hearing people.
This is relevant to my interests!
if it can work on everyday conversations, even better.
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