The Kitchen Composter

by AndrewD

Are you an over shopper? No matter how many times you go to the grocery store you always wind up buying too much food. This surplus of extra food eventually expires and is quickly introduced to the trash can. But why? Why do we waste so much food when we can use it for creating something usable? The Kitchen Composter takes all of your leftover or rotting food and composites …

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Solar Powered Drinks Coaster

by Edwin

All coasters are just the same, right? I love those that feature my favorite lager, but this Solar Powered Drinks Coaster will probably usurp that preference . Placing your drinks glass or bottle onto the solar drinks coasters sets off a mesmerizing sequence of hypnotic colors, which illuminate your glass and drinks bottle and will look fantastic in your garden this summer. Eye-catching colors include red, orange, blue, green, yellow …

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Cool your lap with a Log Pillow

by Chris

It’s a well-known fact that many laptops heat up considerably when in use for any long period. This of course has spawned hundreds of devices meant to cool off your notebook using any combination of heatsinks and pads. This Log Pillow takes a different approach to the situation.

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Solar powered speedboat

by Edwin

Solar power looks like it is here to stay, and we have so far seen solar powered cars being the Holy Grail in the fight to be independent of black gold, or rather, oil. Hybrid cars aren’t exactly catching on as fast as environmentalists prefer, and solar powered cars have not made the impact they were supposed to mainly because the technology is not yet there for a powerful, conventionally …

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No more light bulbs with Saazs’s self-illuminating glass

by Chris

If you don’t think the energy saving bulbs are enough, you might give this lighted glass a whirl. The glass is completely self-illuminating, it uses neither light bulbs or electricity. At some point Saazs hopes to replace light bulbs altogether, however, the technology isn’t quite to that point yet, it still needs a bit of improvement.

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Shark Fin Power Sysyem: Inspired From Nature

by AndrewD

Power generation would be so much easier if we could gather up all the fish of the sea and attach mini-turbines to all of their fins. Fish generate a huge amount of power with these things comparative to their size. What we can accomplish is the next best thing. The bioSTREAM tidal power conversion system’s design is inspired by the framework of living animals, specifically, the fins of tuna, mackerel, …

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Outdoor Solar Workstation concept

by Edwin

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I know most people look forward to the summer, since that is the time where you get to spend plenty of time in the sun getting a tan, before the clammy autumn season creeps up on us. For those who are constantly stuck in the office, perhaps the Outdoor Solar Workstation concept here would be a good idea to suggest to your boss? Designed by Mathias Schnyder, this modular workstation …

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Kill-A-Watt PS Electricity Usage Power Strip

by Edwin

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When it comes to electrical power, gauging the quality and quantity being used is no easy task. The Kill-A-Watt PS Electricity Usage Power Strip will be able to help you out in this area while offering a certain degree of protection to your plethora of gizmos. Simply connect your electronics to the Kill-A-Watt PS, and it will assess how efficient they are while the built-in surge protection keeps them safe. …

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