Each brand and product category always has a niche for high-adrenaline users. You’ve got gaming laptops and accessories, sportscars, monster trucks, action-movies, nitro-brew coffees, energy drinks, it’s high time the scooter got its own version worthy of the ‘hyper’ prefix. Designed and developed by London-based D-Fly group, the Dragonfly is the world’s first and only hyperscooter.
Now I wish we had more images of this product, given how uniquely weird and impulsive it is, but there’s just the one. I’m thankful, however, that Lewis Hilsenteger (better known as Unbox Therapy) made this video displaying exactly what the Levitating Sneaker Stand from HYPELEV is, and who it’s for. The Levitating Sneaker Stand is, to simply put it, for the person who can afford a $350 levitating stand because they just casually spent a fortune on a pair of sneakers.
Almost as if the DualShock 4 wasn’t good enough, Sony’s upcoming controller attachment extends an already-iconic device’s functionality. Meet the DualShock 4 Back Button. Its name isn’t particularly gimmicky, but it describes exactly what it does
Perhaps the most appropriate way to describe the Arc Pen is to use the phrase “What if a pen was somehow a combination of simple and advanced?” With a form, interaction, and experience that makes it the Apple of pen-design, the Arc Pen comes from Germany-based multiple-award-winning design studio stilform. Known for working with simple shapes and subtly beautiful magnetic interactions, the Arc Pen follows suit with a magnetic click-to-lock pen cap that automatically aligns in place as soon as you hold it near either end of the pen. However, it isn’t simply the use of magnets which makes the Arc Pen delightful, but rather a combination of design and engineering.
I think we can all agree that one of the most vital elements in the kitchen is a stove. Not that I have much use for it, since I hardly cook, but for the rest of the world a good stove is really important
The harsh reality is that our lives move at the speed of light, and finding a few moments to unwind is practically impossible. Disheartened by such a lifestyle, Christopher Noerskau and Corvin Lask joined forces with watch designers May Margot and Gabrielle Guidi to create a line of ‘Slow Watches’. And their iconic and original Slow Jo watch is out to make sure you enjoy life
IDEAZ is a team of designers, engineers, and visionaries who share a common goal – to have a positive impact on you, your business, and your customers.
Regular chairs have backrests and armrests, the Petal Chair, well, has petalesque forms that double as backrests and arm-supports.
Anna Piasek’s issue with eating takeaway Asian food was that unlike burgers and pizzas, Asian (particularly Japanese) cuisine was always about different components that came together to make a whole. Different types of sushi, soy sauce, wasabi, the meats, the rice, the noodles, everything needed to be parceled together, but separately. In one simple order, you’d end up with 5 different plastic boxes filled with small portions that came together to form one meal.
While the Instagram Move II camera remains a concept, it’s a rather fitting one for a company that’s dominating the visual social network space. Just like Snapchat has the Snap glasses, the Instagram Move II makes sense for the company to go into the hardware side of things… who knows, it might be a better idea than Facebook’s camera, the Portal… and may just give the social network an edge over TikTok if popular users began adopting it