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Razer’s Project Ariana Want To Extend Your Gaming Onto The Room Walls

You how Razer Chroma adds game immersion with the help of multicolor light? Apparently, that’s isn’t quite enough and surely it isn’t. It is only as immersive if the entire room, or at least what’s in front of you, is engulfed in the game and that, folks, is exactly what Razer’s Project Ariana, the future of Razer Chroma, will do. Project Ariana is essentially a high-definition, but project movies or photos, it does not; instead it leverages on its ultra-wide fisheye lens and advanced processing capabilities to bathe your gaming room with in-game elements. Continue reading Razer’s Project Ariana Want To Extend Your Gaming Onto The Room Walls

Crazy Concept Gaming Laptop From Razer Packs Three 4K Monitors!

So you think a curved display laptop is crazy? Well, it is, but that’s until Razer’s bold and pretty much classified as mental multi-monitor laptop comes along. Code name Project Valarie, this ambitious multi-monitor gaming laptop promised a whole new level of immersion even when you are on the road and yes, you heard that right, this thing is a beast and it has not one, not two, but three displays built into it. Looking like a gadget straight out of sci-fi movies, Project Valarie’s three monitor automatically deploys when, presumably, the lid is flipped open. Continue reading Crazy Concept Gaming Laptop From Razer Packs Three 4K Monitors!

Aperture-inspired Wrench Could Be The Future Of Adjustable Wrench

Bolts and nuts come in a myriad of sizes and having two systems, namely, imperial and metric, only bumps up the variety further. Depending on your level of expertise, so to speak, you may own a complete set of wrenches that covers many sizes of both systems, or you could, for the basic of basics, have an adjustable wrench. The former clutters your garage and latter is not exactly the not most trusted way do the job. If anything, adjustable wrench runs the risk of rounding the bolt or nut as having a two-sided grip is, like I said, not the most trusted way. Continue reading Aperture-inspired Wrench Could Be The Future Of Adjustable Wrench

This Concept LEGO Shopping Bag Will Turn Your Hand Into A LEGO Hand

You know what’s the most brilliant to happen in the world of shopping bags? THIS. A LEGO shopping bag with a pair of hands from LEGO minifigs integrated to it. Little is known about this wonderful creation, but one thing for sure, LEGO did not created this. According to our source, it was the work of art of a design student who hailed from New York’s School of Visual Art. Continue reading This Concept LEGO Shopping Bag Will Turn Your Hand Into A LEGO Hand

Paper-Concrete Composite Looks Like Concrete But Without The Heft

I am not going to lie. I have this special affinity for concrete. The industrial flavor projected by any concrete object is, to me, very calm and zen-ish. But this kind of cool is not for everyone, partly, anything that you can think of, if made by concrete would be impractical as the object would be heavy and brittle. However, those cons would be non-issue for the Dome Lamp created by Budapest-based artist Rita Koralevics. Simply called Dome+ lamps with bamboo, it looks like they are made out of concrete, but they are not the concrete you imagined. Continue reading Paper-Concrete Composite Looks Like Concrete But Without The Heft

Concept LEGO Minifig’s Hair-inspired Bicycle Helmet Is As Crazy As It Is Cool

Aesthetic is almost like an afterthought in bicycle helmets. Which is not wrong. They had to be functional. Not that bicycle helmets are ugly, but they do look pretty boring. You know. It is like, hey look, a bicycle helmet and you moved on. This is one safety gear that you can’t change much in terms of appearance. The most you can do is to make it more streamlined, make it smarter, probably throw in some lights, or maybe make it collapsible for easy carry and storage. That’s that. However, we heard England-based bike and bike accessories seller, Ribble Cycle, came up with an entirely different and somewhat crazy approach. Continue reading Concept LEGO Minifig’s Hair-inspired Bicycle Helmet Is As Crazy As It Is Cool

Folks, This Is The Future Of Full Face Respirator For Painters And Vanishers

Traditional full face respirator used by professional vanishers and painters has never changed much since its invention and while it seems mankind is fine by that, Berlin-based industrial designer Carlos Schreib begs to differ. In fact, he did not just feel today’s full face respirator isn’t right; he went all out to prove it by interviewing the people who uses them and concluded no one who needs to use the respirator likes wearing a gas mask. Unlike the apocalyptic-looking gas mask that has a cartridge at around the mouth position, Carlos full face respirator, called Espire, separates the intake and outlet, and instead of a narrow visor that makes a respirator looks rather sinister, it has a clear polycarbonate visor that spans across the entire face of the wearer. Continue reading Folks, This Is The Future Of Full Face Respirator For Painters And Vanishers

Lenovo Concept Smartphone Snaps Onto Your Wrist And Tablet That Folds

Smartphone has brought about tons of convenience, but there’s one thing that bothers us: we still have to carry it. It is a physical object that regardless of how you loathe carrying it around, it still needs to be with us. But what if, just what if, it can be worn when you don’t need it? Well, that’s exactly what Lenovo Concept CPlus smartphone is about: a wearable smartphone. Little is known about this nifty new smartphone and wearable hybrid for now, but it was showed off at the recent Lenovo TechWorld. The device leverages on flexible screen and components to enable it to shape to the user’s wrist and wear it like a bracelet of sort. Continue reading Lenovo Concept Smartphone Snaps Onto Your Wrist And Tablet That Folds

Trekkie Reimagined Star Trek Shuttlecraft Into A Camping Tent

What are the odds of Trekkies who are willing to forgo the creature comfort of technology for the wild? We’d say the odds are really, really low (unless you are on an imaginary mission to Planet Earth), but in case there’s a side of you that begs to be in the great outdoor, then I supposed a camping tent inspired by the Star Trek Federation Shuttlecraft would appeal to the Trekkie in you. Conceptualized by artist and fellow trekkie Dave Delisle, the Star Trek Shuttlecraft Tent Concept is a 2-man tent that features an entrance at the back – just like the actual shuttlecraft, and boasts a plastic carrying case that splits apart to double as the “thrusters” on the side of the craft. Continue reading Trekkie Reimagined Star Trek Shuttlecraft Into A Camping Tent

This Sleek Tube Is Actually A Survival Kit For Surviving A Natural Disaster

Folks living in peaceful and relatively natural disaster-free regions may not understand what it takes to survive the nature’s wraths, but to Japan, it is a second nature when it comes to dealing with the inevitable unleashed by Mother Nature. In view of this predicament, hardware manufacturer Sugita Ace and design studio Nendo, both Japanese companies, have come together to create a new type of emergency preparedness kit called Minim+Aid Survival Kit. Minim+Aid comes in a form of a sleek tube designed to enable an individual urbanite to make his or her way to a place of refuge during natural disasters such as an earthquake. Continue reading This Sleek Tube Is Actually A Survival Kit For Surviving A Natural Disaster