Some clever geniuses felt your regular shoes just didn't have enough integrated CD-ROMs, speakers, tweeters, and a volume control knobs, so they put this little concept together. Forget the fact that there's no way a CD will read in a moving shoe, but look at it. I mean really, look at it. It's like how they predicted the shoe of the future would look like in the 80's.
The Zenum Organum is a music player in development that has a 1.8" color display and can hold 2GB of music and pictures. There aren't any visible controls, although it's ridiculously sleek looking and actually makes the iPod look dull. It's like they traveled into the future an... / Continue →
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 →
This musical chair designed by Jacob Mathew has a calcium carbonate poly-coned woofer seated in the belly of the chair. It's hard to tell if it's actually functional and the site doesn't say if it is or not, but it looks cool. And I'm really hoping it is, because I've always wa... / Continue →