crazy urban bee hive that lives inside your home but allows bees to travel outside by mounting it on a window! Also, it smokes (not sure of the right terminology here) the bees so they're calm before getting the honey! Made by Phillips
The Microbial Home / Urban beehive by providing a shelter for them within the human habitat it helps to maintain the declining number of bee populations, while they provide honey and wax for the patient home owner.
Eyesight-Adjusting Screens: This prototype concept is hi-tech; rather than having to wear glasses to see better, it lets the object adjust to your eyesight. This idea by Ryan Jongwoo Choi is called the iFree.
The All Day Gel Seat. This gel seat cushion relieves point-of-contact pressure and helps reduce lower back pain inherent in long periods of sitting in a car or office chair. For those who commute or drive for work.
Technology - Pocket-sized battery that charges an iPhone or any USB device. Eliminating the need to carry multiple chargers and power cords, the battery provides 25 hours of talk time for iPhones and Android smartphones, and 4 hours of use for an iPad.
Attach a silicon Grippy Pad to your car's dash, and your phone will stick to it as if by magic. Apparently taking its cue from the design of gecko's feet, Grippy Pad sticks to gadgets without messy adhesives, velcro, or magnets.