Ultra-Thin Printed Solar Cells Could Turn on Lights for Billion People printed solar cells are paper-thin, flexible, and require only an industrial printer to manufacture. This makes them inexpensive and easy to transport to rural locales.
‘Muwi’ automatically cuts the grass! The cut grass is stored inside. It then compresses the cut grass into ball or disks to play with/compost. Best lawn mower EVER! This makes me want to have a lawn to mow!
♂ Product design - An innovative way to feel music. Designer Jackson McConnell created a waveform speaker for hearing-impaired people to enjoy music.<<not only is this cool for deaf people but it'd make a really cool speaker!
Self-sustaining House - An example of the kind of green technology I want for My dream house. Among other things.
Get a bigger screen for your phone with this magnifying gadget concept. If it was foldable, it will be nice to have, as an intel sharing tool to my team The best collection latest technology information
The Solar Pool Heating Rings - Hammacher Schlemmer - These are the floating rings that harness the power of sunlight to raise the temperature of an average-sized pool by - F per week. They require less effort to maneuver and store than traditional ta
Aqua Farm - Self-cleaning fish tank that grows food. Fish waste feeds the plants. Plants clean the water. Includes everything you need to get started as well as organic seeds, I love this idea you can use your fish to grow plants!
Prism Glasses are optical glasses that allow you to read in bed or watch TV while lying flat on your back. The perfect solution for those with limited mobility, these unique prism glasses are great for preventing neck cramps or eye strain.
Paper-thin printed solar cells could provide power for 1.3 billion people...