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Save your pets from loneliness! Watch, talk and play laser games with your furry friends through the mobile app anytime, anywhere.
Long distance relationships rarely work out. It goes with people, the same applies to pets. When you have that special bond with your cat or dog it’s heartbreaking to lose touch with them. Petcube brings people closer to their furry loved ones. As long as there are some bars on your smartphone you can check on your pet from any part of the globe. Through the built-in wide angle camera you can see your pet. You can have a conversation with her using speakers and microphone. But Petcube goes much further. It gives you a controlled laser pointer to bring the fun times with your pet to a whole new level.
It’s quite simple: we love pets and pets love lasers. And us, of course. It’s not all fun and games though. Petcube is a perfect tool to keep your buddy fit in case you don’t have enough time for long walks and special training. Support Petcube on Kickstarter.
L-INK is reduced to its simplest expression lamp, a graphic object that is on and off by folding.
Single sheet of paper covered with conductive ink which is the graphics circuit scattered light, the object losing its thickness becomes a magical dimension, halfway between light post and wall cloud.
Manufacturing becomes obvious printing, cutting, gluing, folding, allowing everyone to become a producer of its object.
Our modern culture may have a shortage on a lot of things, but there is one item in particular that there we are not lacking. The iPhone case. Filtering through case after case to find the right one that fits your phone, your needs, and your personality can be overwhelming in a market so saturated with the little protectors. Straight out of Saint Petersburg comes the Stealth iPhone Case by industrial designer Svyatoslav Boyarincev. The Stealth adds an angular mulch-faceted feel to your iPhone, and is constructed out of tough plastic and metal. Besides the cool looking design, the thing that separates this case from the others is that you can flick out one, or two of the angles and it becomes a kickstand for your phone!
Doesn’t it frustrate you when you put the pen on side of your desk after writing and it falls down because of elevation to one side or a little nudge from hand? Surely it does and it can affect your concentration.
For this very reason Tonboenpistu has come up with a pen called Yulasha, having counter-weight at the end so that it doesn’t topple over even on the steepest of elevated desks or hardest nudge possible. In a way it sticks to the table or desk applying the principle of roly-poly. The pen will cost 315 Yen ($3) and will be available for purchase from tomorrow so you better get your hands on it.
The pen has an embedded weight of 6.5 grams on one side of the axis of the pen body which helps keep this pen firm on any surface without the danger of toppling over as gravity pulls the weight down and thereby preventing from any unwanted rolling over.
- Graphic Design
- Industrial Design