PixelRoller is a paint roller that paints text and images uploaded to the roller from a computer interface. Designed by Stuard Wood and Florian Ortkrass, the PixelRoller restricts the amount and location of the paint that's released, creating a line of text with every slash of the roller. Although they have also used the PixelRoller to create simple images (see below), they admit that it needs further development before it can be marketed. This seems like a quick and easy way to add another line of text to your card door or rear window. Remember, your car's speed is directly proportional to the number of times you've inappropriately plastered your car's brand name on your car.
This PC was the winner of Microsoft's Next-Gen PC Design Competition. The design is called MADE (Massively Administered Digital Entities) in China and consists of a touch screen interface and remote servers that store application data. Additionally, there's a chopsticks-like st... / Continue →
Samsung has released three new concept PCs that are completely different than anything else on the market. There aren't any specs attached, just totally unique designs. Personally I think they're awesome. Why have a boring old box for a PC when you can have this, uh, futuristic... / Continue →
The new Japanese music robot Miuro, designed to turn an iPod music player into a scuttling boombox-on-wheels, is shown during a press conference in Tokyo Thursday, Aug. 31, 2006. Equipped with speaker systems developed with Japanese audio-maker Kenwood Corp., the 35-centimeter ... / Continue →