Water-propelled jetpack for under $100,000 a piece

This water-propelled jetpack called the JetLev would soon be in production starting March 2011. The max height reachable is 33 feet while the max speed would 22 mph. You too can feel like James Bond. All you need is to write a check for $99,500 and this thing will be yours to keep.


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The biodegradable mouse from Fujitsu

Check out this eco-friendly mouse introduced by Fujitsu. The mouse with the usual two buttons, scroll wheel and usb plug & play features not only has a 100% bio material covering, but even comes with a PVC free cable. Thus the model M440 ECO has the same features as that of a normal mouse device with the exception of being a ‘compostable’ one.


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The cursor shaped mouse

You would call it awesome but we would like to name it Cursor-some! What you are looking at is an optical mouse with dual buttons that “not only controls the cursor on the screen, but looks like one, too ! Called the Mus2, these are compatible with both Mac OS X and Windows. The Mus2 is the improvised version of the original model called Mus [pictured below] which had a single button.


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The revolutionary 3D Food Printer

We have already come across products [lighting fixture, shoes etc.] that were created by 3D printing techniques. Now it is time  to get ready for the 3D Food Printer which prints out food for real. The 3D Food Printer which was an ongoing research project at Cornell University is now being used at the French Culinary Institute in Manhattan to print out a variety of edibles.


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New Rule is a measuring tool for people with poor eyesight

New Rule is an improvised version of our old school ruler that assists in lending a helping hand to people who have problems in seeing markings as small as a cm/mm.  Firstly to make the graduations easily visible, the New Rule has been made to have high contrasting measurement marks [white nos. on black background].


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