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“Air-curtain Shower Cabin is a shower unit where the water is contained by flowing air rather than traditional glass walls. The device blows air from an outer ring and releases water from an inner ring. The flow of air forms an air curtain that prevents water from spattering outside the shower.
When the shower is not in use, the floor space beneath it is freed up, which allows the bathroom to feel more spacious. The designers intended for the open showering space to give the user a feeling of freedom.”
—Yep, no more morning-shower-curtain-hugging-sessions. This shower curtain basically consists of air. Thats all you need.
I Present To You: South Korea
This thing is under construction in South Korea - It’s going to be the first invisible skyscraper. Not sure about the reasoning though - but hey - FUTURISTIC STUFF!
For All You Arachnophobes Out There…
Yep, they got those in robot-versions now. Creepy movements and all. On the plus side - the hairspray you always use in despair should work pretty well here.
On the other hand though - look how adorable he is. Reaching for your love with his little teeny-weeny-spiderlegs. Don’t you just wanna hug him?
16’ tub, 104F water, 5mph.
—Weird at first glance, bought at second!
Vibration Part 2: Water Shoving Its Middle finger Into Natures Face!
—Nothing more to see than vibration, enabling little droplets to stand up to the regime of a puddle of water.
Hang in there little ones!
Wanna create something new? Go ahead!
GPS Shoes by Dominic Wilcox.
Imagine a pair of shoes that can navigate you to your final destination. Commissioned by Global Footprint, a Northamptonshire-based visual arts and living heritage programme, Wilcox decided he wanted “to make a pair of shoes that can navigate you to anywhere you wish to travel to. I thought about the Wizard of Oz and how Dorothy could click her shoes together to go home.”
Working with interactive arts and technology expert Becky Stewart and local Northampton shoe maker Stamp Shoes, Wilcox came up with a working prototype that functions so: You upload your destination to the shoes via a piece of custom made mapping software and a USB cable. You activate the GPS (located in the left heel) via a heel click. The data from the GPS wirelessly communicates with the right shoe, which shows the progress made on a row of lights. Your shoes point you to your destination.
—Immer den Füßen nach. Wenn die Schuhe als Navigationsgeräte dienen…
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