The GlowBowl is exactly as it sounds, a motion-activated night light that works with just about any toilet, and it's being offered for $16.99, today only. With the touch of a button, you get your choice of 7 different colors in 1 device: blue, purple, aqua, yellow, red, white or green. It also has a 5 stage dimmer feature that will allow you to further customize your experience with the brightness level you desire. Product page. Continue reading for a full video review, test and more information.
Keurig machines are known for their ease of use, but imagine being able to pop in a pod for making tortillas. Introducing the Flatev Tortilla Maker. Just pop in a pre-mixed pod, and it serves up freshly made tortillas without any mixing, kneading, or baking. "Inside each flatev dough pod is the precise amount of dough for you to enjoy one perfect tortilla. The pods control the precise blend of ingredients as well as their quality. The dough lasts 6 weeks and must be kept refrigerated," said its creators. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Floating homes are nothing new or special, but the "Floating Seahorse Home" takes luxury living to the next level. Think of it as a superyacht meets submarine, a 4,000 square foot structure by the Kleindeisnt Group that has three levels total - underwater, middle deck, and upper - with a hot tub at the very top. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
UltraFire's 7W 300LM CREE LED Flashlight Torch is perfect for emergencies, complete with 3 adjustable modes, and you can pick one up for $3.21 shipped, today only, originally priced at $19.99. It has a maximum brightness output of 300-Lumens, while focus can be adjusted simply by stretching the head portion, complete with adjustable focus, as well as support zooming in and zooming out. Product page. Continue reading for another video review and more information.
The Petzi Treat Cam is exactly as it sounds, a connected device equipped with a 720p camera and microphone, enabling owners to watch and interact with their pets when away from home. Not just a camera, this device also holds and dispenses pet treats, which can be controlled via its accompanying smartphone app. Once activated, a tone sounds, alerting your cat / dog that you're connecting and to expect treats. You can affix the dispenser to a wall, strap it onto tables, or just let it sit on a counter. Get one here now. Continue reading for a full video review and more information.
Why bother with Post-its, when you could be using the SeeNote? This digital sticky note offers a durable ePaper display and can be remotely updated via WiFi or the companion app, enabling users to receive notifications from your device's calendar, receive email as well as weather / traffic updates. It's powered by rechargeable lithium-Ion battery, and can run for up to 1-month on a single charge. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a bizarre flying machine with just one moving part.
Concept images of Casa Brutale, a modern home set to be carved into a cliff overlooking the Aegean Sea, have been floating around for a few months now, but it's finally becoming a reality. Featuring a transparent rooftop swimming pool and a minimalist, yet luxurious, concrete interior living space. Continue reading to take a look inside and for more information.
Dyson is best known for their innovative vacuum cleaners, but now, they hope to reinvent the hairdryer as well, with their all-new Dyson Supersonic. Based on the company's Air Multiplier technology, it's powered by a V9 digital motor fan and has a 13-blade fan located in the handle. What does this all ad up to? A blade that can spin up to 110,000 revolutions per minute, creating a frequency that is nearly inaudible to humans. An integrated microprocessor automatically adjusts the performance to fix the issue of extreme heat damage to hair. Click here to view the first image in this week's things that look like other things gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a mind-boggling mirrored ring illusion.
Dutch company Fiction Factory takes heavy-duty cardboard, and transforms it into the Wikkelhouse. These modular mini homes are basically made from large rolls of recycled corrugated cardboard. It all starts with a giant machine that applies a coating of eco-friendly adhesive to the cardboard before it's wrapped and rotated 24 times around a frame to ensure its strength, durability, and shape. Once all that is completed, everything is waterproofed and then wood paneling is added. Continue reading for a video and more information.
LAAB Architects transformed a 309-square-feet apartment in Hong Kong into a comfortable living space that includes a full kitchenette, bathroom, workout space, storage, and even a two-tiered home cinema of sorts. Best of all, many aspects of the home, such as unlocking doors, turning on lights, etc., can be controlled with an app. "We began considering time as a factor, eventually designing the space around a 'form follows time' philosophy, which means that spaces open and close depending on the purposes needed at that particular time. This is best demonstrated by the bathtub area of the apartment," said the design team. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a crazy Hot Wheels beach track.