I couldn’t resist, so I ordered one, just looks great.
thenextweb:

I’ve wanted a slick, minimal smartwatch that connects to my iPhone for years. There have been plenty of attempts at this, especially recently, but the Pebble project on Kickstarter is the first one that I would actually love to see on my wrist. The Pebble is a slim, attractive watch with an e-paper display. It has a vibrator, a three-axis accelerometer and Bluetooth 2.1 EDR for connecting to your phone. The e-paper display is easily visible in daylight, just like a Kindle’s screen. The battery has a life of 7 days, the lens is scratch resistant and it’s charged via USB. (via Pebble: A Slick E-Paper Smartwatch for iPhone or Android)

I couldn’t resist, so I ordered one, just looks great.

thenextweb:

I’ve wanted a slick, minimal smartwatch that connects to my iPhone for years. There have been plenty of attempts at this, especially recently, but the Pebble project on Kickstarter is the first one that I would actually love to see on my wrist. The Pebble is a slim, attractive watch with an e-paper display. It has a vibrator, a three-axis accelerometer and Bluetooth 2.1 EDR for connecting to your phone. The e-paper display is easily visible in daylight, just like a Kindle’s screen. The battery has a life of 7 days, the lens is scratch resistant and it’s charged via USB. (via Pebble: A Slick E-Paper Smartwatch for iPhone or Android)

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Balloon lamps, what a great idea .

Balloon lamps, what a great idea .

Cellphone that charges on carbonated drinks/sugar water by Daizi Zheng

Cellphone that charges on carbonated drinks/sugar water by Daizi Zheng

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“The Neverending commute” and “If you can make it here…” by Jamie Beck & Kevin Burg

Created by Japanese industrial designer Naoto Fukasawa, the juice box’s packaging is supposed to be more appealing to the eye by imitating the actual fruit they contain.

Created by Japanese industrial designer Naoto Fukasawa, the juice box’s packaging is supposed to be more appealing to the eye by imitating the actual fruit they contain.

Mid-century modern design legends (left to right) George Nelson, Edward Wormley, Eero Saarinen, Harry Bertoia, Charles Eames and Jens Risom, posing with their iconic furniture for Playboy Magazine, july 1961.

Mid-century modern design legends (left to right) George Nelson, Edward Wormley, Eero Saarinen, Harry Bertoia, Charles Eames and Jens Risom, posing with their iconic furniture for Playboy Magazine, july 1961.

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