Fidgeting out of boredom is inevitable, but what if there was a gadget that could replace the habit, and in a productive way? Meet the "Fidget Cube," a pocket-sized gadget invented by brothers Matthew and Mark McLachlan that lets you click, spin, glide, or flip to your heart's content. Each of its eight sides features a different feature to keep your fingers busy. Continue reading for an in-depth video and more information.
How about a printer that can create new sheets of paper from unwanted documents? Meet Epson's PaperLab. This innovative system is both a printing and paper-making machine, and here's how it works: feed the machine waste paper, which it then tears apart and then 'de-inks' using a stream of high-powered air. The fibers reassembled into fresh sheets using liquid binders, and a pressure process forms individual sheets of paper into a custom size, thickness, and color, capable of producing 14 sheets of paper per minute. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of someone who created a functional R/C plane using an old heater part and styrofoam.
XYZBot's Rubber Band Machine Gun RBmG 01 is essentially a fully-automatic, rapid fire weapon that shoots bands like nobody's business. Simply press the trigger and a battery powered electric motor operates to fire ammo continuously - up to 10-rounds per second - while you hold the trigger. It ships as a kit of laser cut wood parts that you can assemble in about 30 minutes. Tools required are screwdrivers and pliers. Get one here now. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a fireworks lance gun.
Studio NL has unveiled the perfect desk for those who love taking naps during their lunch break. When closed, it looks like a normal desk with plenty of space for a computer, but fold out the sides, a cozy bed is revealed, complete with flat panel display should you want to catch up on your favorite Netflix series. Continue reading to see the entire conversion process.
Why walk all over the office, when you can skate? Introducing Cardiff Skates. Fusing roller blades with strap-on skates, this gadget let you strap on a set of wheels at anytime and place. Each skate is equipped with 3 wheels (a 4th is used exclusively braking), and provide easy control and maneuverability. They use a ski-boot inspired ratcheting binding system that give the skates the ability to mold to nearly any footwear. Currently, there are 2 sizes available, both of which retail for about $160. Continue reading for more cool office gadgets.
Forget renting and get a geometric Tetra Shed instead. Measuring 86-square-feet, this modular office pod is completely portable, enabling you to set up a work space right in your backyard, ensuring natural views throughout the day. The system is constructed from a combination of timber, rubber and plywood. This workspace can comfortably fit 2 people, but the pod can be connected to others to create an ever-expanding office. Each shed sports a double door entry with windows that swing open all around. Continue reading for two videos and more information.
BOOMCo.'s Rapid Madness Blaster is quite simply the greatest office warfare gadget yet, as it can fire 20-darts up to 50-feet in seconds. The included plastic tube Smart Stick darts stick to targets, shields and nothing else, so you won't have to worry about it damaging anything. Get it here now. Continue reading for two videos and more information.
This USB-powered mini BB sniper rifle, called "Axniper", may not be practical, but one thing's for sure, it's great for blowing off steam at the office. It's powered by any standard USB outlet, and works in conjunction with the included software to let you fire plastic BBs at any objects you desire. The small camera nested atop the barrel of the gun is used to display your target on-screen for perfect shots each time. Continue reading for a video and more pictures.
Another day, another round of cool life hacks. This time, we bring you a few clever things you can do at the office, like using old cassette tape cases as smartphone stands, toilet paper tubes to organize cables, binder clip keyboard stands, a DIY macro smartphone camera lens to capture up-close shots, bread clip labels, and an egg carton laptop cooler platform. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the most hysterical animal you'll see today.
Most office chairs are boring, this one is made from a real Mk.7 rocket-assisted ejection seat from a Boeing F-4 Phantom II was made by British manufacturer Martin-Baker Aircraft Co. Ltd., the king of ejection seats for some six decades. Everything has been professionally cleaned, refurbished and riveted to a durable, hand-finished sturdy steel base with a natural-looking weathered finish. Continue reading for a video of the actual ejection seat they use, more pictures and additional information.