Everyday objects deserve to be designed too - and the stunning Sorapot is a perfect example of a job well done.
The Ricoh 500se automatically attaches GPS information to your pics. The difference between this and others that do the same, is that the Ricoh does that natively - no external hardware or manipulation needed. Pretty tasty if you find yourself traveling a lot.
Aside from that oh-so-cool feature, it sports 8 megapixels, a 28mm zoom, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. and a $1100 price tag.
A brilliant concept by Vickey Wei, the Memory Infinite provides an endless expanse of portable drive memory. Each unit has a male and female USB connector. The concept is that if one is full, simply plug in another for expanded memory. In addition, the empty female port at the end of your chain-o-USB-slinkies would provide a spot for additional brilliant USB peripherals like, for instance, a humping dog USB drive.
From Yanko Design
You may have seen this floating head by now. Mask II is one Rob Mueck's ultra-real sculptures, currently at the Brooklyn Museum. The exhibit is coming to an end soon - February 4th - so catch it if you can. I'm making plans as we speak...
In a move that is half to blame for Apple Computer, Inc shortening their name to Apple, Inc, the gods of stuff-that-makes-me-drool did what they do, and released a revolutionary product today at the uber-anticipated MacWorld keynote: iPhone. A much hyped, much anticipated product, and yet all our expectations were still far exceeded with this unimaginably slick device.
While the other half of the reason Apple will no longer settle for being called a 'Computer' company - Apple TV - is pretty stellar in its own, I can't get my eyes/mind/heart/soul off of the ultra-so-sexy iPod-phone-internet-happy-love device long enough to talk about that.
I love iPhone.
Sharp's 108 inch Aquos LCD television. Announced at CES, available this summer. Not many specs out, but Gizmodo gives it an A+.
Anyway, we all know that size is the only thing that really matters.
Furoshiki are a type of traditional Japanese wrapping cloth used to carry goods. The cloth is gaining popularity in modern Japan, as the country's environmental minister has been aiming to resurrect the custom.
The Furoshiki laptop bag - an application of ancient traditional custom to a modern solution. Brilliantly done, I say - although it unfortunately won't fit a 17" laptop.