Wear your Music

Mac Funamizu has designed a music jewelry concept that allows you to literally wear your music. This music gadget, by default, is transparent, but when you want to make it stand out, just change the colors/patterns or use your favorite photo on the background.

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Must Have Halloween Gadgets

Living Dead Dolls Pencil Sharpener
A crazy gadget combining design and functionality. A wonderful stress reliever, that is sure to be followed by others.

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LED Reading Lamp with Real Black Scorpion

It can be used as table lamp and night light.The table lamp was included 17PCS LED and Night light was included a tree-color LED.When you turn on the switch of night light effect, the three-color(Red,Green,Blue) gradual changing,as if it brings you into a dream sea world.
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Domsai: a pet for your desk

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Matteo Cibic — a creative director for architecture, design and ad brands—describes his little guys as a kind of tamagotchi for our desk or side table. Unlike those pedestrian technical toys that require “feeding,” the Domsai is high design and beautiful and actually requires a bit of water and sunlight.Each Domsai has its own dome that differentiates it from the others. There are plenty variations so you’ll find the one that suits your taste.

Powerful x-rays made from sticky tape

Seth Putterman and colleagues from the University of California, Los Angeles used a motor to unwind a roll of sticky tape and recorded the electromagnetic emissions. Ripping the tape from its roll at 3 centimetres per second generated X-ray bursts of 15 kiloelectronvolts – each lasting one-billionth of a second, and containing over a million photons.
The researchers were able to prove the presence of the X-rays by producing pictures of their finger bones. Even peeling ordinary sticky tape can generate bursts of X-rays intense enough to produce an image of the bones in your fingers.