Elio Linea is a watch that shows time based on your position in a predetermined period of time. So instead of saying it's noon, it'll say you've got about 2/3 left until you hit noon. It's basically a progress bar for how much time you have left until a designated appointment. The watch itself looks beautiful, it's just unfortunate that it's so very pointless. Sort of like this hat I bought for my microwave. Sigh, what was I thinking?
Mugen (meaning "infinity" in Japanese) is a watch developed by Futara Studio that uses a series of spiraling blocks to tell the time. The outer segment has 60 segments for minutes and the inner segment is blocked off for hours. It looks cool, but I really don't understand why p... / Continue →
The Phonofone is an audio amplification device which will play back music from earphones. You simply place earphones on it and it uses the properties of horn acoustics to play it back up to 55 decibles.
Through passive amplification alone, These unique pieces instantly trans... / Continue →
These carrier bags were designed by Jamie Wieck to look like they're literally carrying your stuff. It's a pretty slick design, and much more appropriate than creating a bag out of actual hands. Probably less bloody too.
More shots of the carrier bags after the jump.... / Continue →