Here is an ingenious idea that takes the pain out of clothes shopping. The worst thing about clothe shopping is to go into a dressing room with a bundle of clothes and try-on several different items and still not find the right fit or design.
The NShow 3D Virtual Dressing Mirror is actually a high resolution screen shaped like a mirror. You can select any color, size or design by just clicking on the menu on side of the screen. It allows you to choose from the whole catalogue of clothes. In other words it’s your virtual dressing room. Read More →
Ever since its introduction in 2011, Nest thermostat has become a household name in Europe and the Americas. Like its predecessors, the first and second generation Nest thermostats, this third generation thermostat consists of two primary pieces of hardware. The display contains the main printed circuit board and rotating ring, and the base houses the connection terminals, bubble level, and holes for wall anchors. Neither can function independently; if separated, the display becomes inactive until reconnected to the base. Read More →
Sometimes you wish to be the coolest guy in the office. Yes; temperature wise too; the fan will keep you cool while you work. This gadget on your desk will catch everyone’s attention with its LED clock numbers appearing as if they are floating in the air. So you will not only be cool, you will also be aware of the time all the time. Read More →
The idea of internally mounted sun visors is as old as the automobiles themselves. Even visors made of green mica date back to early 1930’s.
This tinted glass vehicle visor blocks blinding glare during your morning or evening commute without obstructing your view. The shatterproof, 100% polycarbonate shield can be clipped securely to any automobiles visor instantly thus eliminating the need for sunglasses which may not be readily accessible. It may provide additional glare protection even if you are using sunglasses. The smoke-color tint also blocks damaging UVA/UVB rays. Read More →
In good old days the spies used invisible inks that were applied to writing surfaces with a specialty purpose stylus, stamp, fountain pen, toothpick, calligraphy pen or even a finger dipped in the liquid. Once dry, the written surfaces looked as if they were blank, with a similar texture and reflectivity as the surrounding surface.
The documents were later made visible by different methods according to the type of invisible ink used such as heat or by application of some appropriate chemicals. Read More →
This is a handy light source for emergency situations that does not require any electric outlet and is activated by just a touch of hand. The light is bright enough so you can read a book. Read More →
Sometime by desire and sometime by necessity we like being more connected and accessible to clients or to other professionals in our network. A second or even a third screen can make this much more feasible. While using the primary screen for the bulk of work, we could have our email or Twitter open all the time in a second and third browser. Using extra screens allow us to quickly scan what is coming through (and respond promptly) without affecting our primary work. With the Tablet Duel Holder we can conveniently display all our screens. Read More →
The main problem with the once popular memory foam pillows is the heat retention. HIBR pillows, on the other hand uses a new foam technology with embedded beads that turns into liquid beads by absorbing the extra heat, thus keeping the pillow at skin temperature.
This is an amazing and innovative technology where the solid beads by becoming liquid take away the additional heat absorbed by the pillow hence causing less heat buildup and helping the user to sleep better. Read More →