Verbarius is the first clock in the world that gives the time like a person, so instead of using numbers it prints out something like forty-five minutes past four, or fifteen minutes to five, or four forty-five, or a quarter to five. Five languages are available out of the box but you can upload any other language using a PC.
This is a cool idea, but it seems way harder to read forty-five minutes past four than it is to read 4:45. Instead of glancing at the time you actually have to read and interpret it. Which is extra hard for me because I never learned how to read. Or spel. Or rite wurds.
ATOMdesign was asked by Vaughan & Bushnell to re-imagine the classic hammer and the S2 is what they came up with.
ATOMdesign didnâ€™t take the challenge lightly. They not only delivered a revolutionary new hammer design but secured a U.S. utility Patent with 27 claims! The Spl... / Continue →
You know how most people put a tie around their knob or a "Do Not Disturb" sign to ensure privacy? Well designer Arnaud Lapierre decided that wasn't enough, so he put together the Doorknob Condition, which is a doorknob that uses a pulley system to retract the entire doorknob... / Continue →
The Levitation desk is a desk with one leg.
The challenge was to use an unique leg which could be placed anywhere under the desk. We find a solution, I would conceal it...
I'm not sure how it works but I'm guessing it's a really really heavy leg they've got on there. Like rea... / Continue →