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Malignant Mole Bikini concept

05/23/2007, Remember the Smoking Jacket? Fiona Carswell, the brains behind the Smoking Jacket, has come up with yet another fantastic creation in the form of a bikini. Known as the Malignant Mole Bikini, whenever this is exposed to sunlight, patches of malignant...

Albert Hubo robot has many faces

05/23/2007, A KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) team has showcased their Albert Hubo robot that comes with the great Nobel Prize winner’s face, Albert Einstein. Standing proud at 137cm tall and weighing 57kg, the Albert Hubo robot...

Android guinea pig for doctors

05/15/2007, This robot was created by the researchers at Gifu University medical school with the purpose for training medical students when it comes to diagnosing tricky conditions. For example, the robot shown here is displaying symptoms of an autoimmune disease,...

Book of Life concept

05/08/2007, Mention Book of Life and chances are your mind will flash images of the end days, where those whose names are not written in there will be cast into a lake of fire for all eternity. The Book of Life concept by Eric Zhang is an entirely different...

Tired? Take a Metronap

05/07/2007, Metronaps is currently offering tiny sleep pods for rental in cities located across the world. Known as the EnergyPod, this unique rest module was created to help enhance powernapping at work, enabling workers to get short bursts of rest during a hectic...

Anti-bacterial shirt costs a bomb

05/06/2007, Although there are a number of keyboards and mice in the market that come with an anti-bacterial coating, none of them are as expensive as this Anti-bacterial Shirt that costs approximately $10,000 for a yard of fabric, no thanks to the amount of silver...

Solar thermal power plant

05/06/2007, The new solar thermal power plant in Spain stands at 40 storeys high and looks as if it was being hosed with giant sprays of water from afar. Upon closer inspection, one realizes that this tower is reflected by a field of 600 gigantic mirrors, generating...

Jet-powered toilet

05/04/2007, So what if you own a Ferrari that hits 60 from 0 in three seconds? Paul Sender, a mechanic from US, has spent £5,000 building a toilet that is powered by a Boeing jet engine, making this officially the fastest and only jet-powered toilet in the...

Sprout Umbrella concept

05/04/2007, I’m amazed that nobody else has thought up of this idea in the first place up until now – the Sprout Umbrella concept allows the user to store the canopy and all the other hardawre within the handle itself. Turning the knob on its face will...

Andrew Keen: “Digg is very dangerous”

05/03/2007, OnHollywood – “Can Democratization Kill Professional Mainstream Media?” was the most entertaining session at the OnHollywood conference.Moderated by Dan Farber, Editor-in-Chief at ZDNet, the debate went on with Andrew Keen, author of The...

Sight+Sound rooms at the Hilton

05/02/2007, The Hilton Hotel chain have just dropped news that several rooms at the Hilton Chicago O’Hare International Airport and Hilton San Francisco will be fitted with high-tech gear to provide an experience that is similar to a home theatre. Known as...

Eye-Fi wants to include WiFi in cameras

05/02/2007, Digital camera manufacturers have long been reticent when it comes to including WiFi connectivity in their cameras, but Eye-Fi hopes to turn the tide by developing a memory card that boasts integrated WiFi functionality. This new WiFi memory card will...

Ellos RescueRobot looks futuristic

05/01/2007, The Ellos RescueRobot was especially designed to help locate humans who are trapped underneath rubble or hard-to-reach places in the event of a disaster. Shaped after a robot, the Ellos is damage resistant (although not invulnerable) and aims to save you...

UV Beads Checker

04/29/2007, UV light does serve its purpsoe in the world, but when it comes to women, most of them shun it due to the ability for such light to speed up the aging process by quite a notch. The UV Beads Checker from Japan aims to prevent this from happening by coming...