If you enjoy repairing damaged objects around your home instead of simply discarding them, you need to check out this product called Sugru. It’s a self setting rubber material, that can be molded to a desired shape [like play-doh] and used on things to make them work again.
Artist builds a fascinating paper city, adding one paper crafted model each day, to the ever growing collection. Buildings, vehicles, towers, windmills and lots more are there to be explored in the white city!
Samsung and The Economist put together a small microsite with some interesting studies about the future of enterprise technology. The infographic on the future of wearable technology within the enterprise business community seemed fascinating.
Since it’s called the desk bucket, you can infer that’s it not of the typical size. In fact it’s a smaller version of the same and allows you to organize your stationery while also creating an incredible illusion!
What if R2-D2 from Star Wars was transformed into a geeky polygon art? It would resemble something, like the one, you see in the picture above. Now imagine it to have it for your home. Wouldn’t it be fantastic?
Who’s up for a light solution that plays with your mind? Meet Living Light, a lamp crafted to produce an illusion, as if light were liquid that occupied the entire container at some point of time, to slowly flow away from it.