Skyrocket Toys came up with something so deliciously genious. The Candy Craft Chocolate Pen lets you create unique, hand-drawn designs to complement your baked goods thanks to a cartridge tube with a built-in motor which uses melted chocolate as ink. Simply draw a design on parchment paper and peel it off once the chocolate has hardened.
Estimote brings the search and find technology that beacons are known for and makes it work for everyday life. The oddly-shaped pastel devices contain small wireless sensors that can broadcast radio signals to your smartphone for what the company refers to as “contextual awareness.”
These floating lamps use levitation technology to float a part of the lampshade above the rest of the lamp. Created by Dutch design company Crealev, they’ve been doing it since 2007 starting with their Silhouette model then followed by the cylindrical shaped Eclipse.
LaMetric is the customizable smart ticker that delivers every update you need in real time in a sleek, no fuss design with a built in WiFi and Ethernet access.
With the finest attention to detail, Israeli store SturlesiDesign has crafted these incredible night-lights and decorative lamps. The intricate detailing of these geometric designs are achieved through laser engraving and then illuminated with affixed miniature LEDs.
Touted as ‘the world’s smallest washing machine,” the Scrubba is a must for every backpacker who wants to stay clean and pristine in the dirty, dirty outdoors.
Italian designer Gianluca Sada came up with a prototype for a bicycle that is hubless and can fold up to the size of an umbrella. According to Sada, “It uses a system anchoring the wheels using smaller wheels held by a small frame and a specific quick clamping device.
The screw is one of the most used machines around. It’s easy to miss because of its utilitarian nature. Japanese designer Yuma Kano wanted to infuse some emotion into a small everyday object. Working with the Komuro Seisakusho factory in East Osaka, Japan, he created the Screw :).
Learn the latest in the portable 3D printing world with this ad from Lix. Claiming to be the smallest and smartest 3D printing pen in the world, LIX states, “LIX 3D printing pen has the similar function as 3D printers. It melts and cools colored plastic, letting you create rigid and freestanding structures.