Vipp have presented their new Vipp Shelter, a 55 m2 steel structure, which, as they say is "a livable industrial object. It will blend well into nature, but itīs up to you to choose the place you want to blend it in. Itīs prefabricated, with a two level steel frame, the bedroom and bathroom are separated from the main living frame. The Vipp shelter comes fully equipped, lighting system, furniture, even the tableware is part of the pack! No worries on filling it with things you like, because weīre pretty sure youīll love all of Vippīs surprises, donīt forget they make a lot of household items in beautiful steel, ceramic or porcelain. Although a bit pricey, the Vipp shelter sure is a great "plug and play" solution if you have a nice piece of land that you would like to enjoy.
Not yet on the market is this remarkable smart home remote: Neeo by Neeo inc. Itīs a thinking remote, built to control all of your homeīs devices. Neeo has a central receiving piece, a.k.a. the brain, that processes and transmits the info that you ordered from the remote itself thus sending the orders to the devices, the remote itself can even recognize your hand and quickly update your profile preferences! How cool is that? You can also use the Neeo app (IOS & Android) to control your home appliances. Neeo has a database of over 30,000 devices and is compatible with all major AV products made in the last 10 years. You can manage them through infrared, wi-fi or even Bluetooth! The Neeo remote has a high-def display that allows you to easily manage your movie list, your music or other settings in a simple and intuitive way. Set-up is really easy, making it almost a two step process, just begin typing a name and Neeo will find it for you. watch the video
New from Twelve South is the Parcslope. The name reveals a little bit of its intention
itīs meant to give your MacBook keyboard an inclination of 18š, which is perfect for typing, and still elevating your MacBook screen. The guys at Twelve South wanted to make the use of your laptop more comfortable, making it just a little bit more like a desktop. It can also hold your cables in place if you have to take the MacBook away, making your life a little bit easier. You can now also work on double screen without them having to be side by side. Parcslope also has a soft silicone lip, keeping the mac in place, and some rubber feet protecting the surface you work on.
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After going viral across the web with the inspiring #followmeto series, Russian photographer Murad Osmann, has now made the worldwide Internet sensation available in this new book - Follow Me To: A Journey around the World Through the Eyes of Two Ordinary Travelers. In the striking photo series, Murad Osmann follows his beautiful girlfriend Nataly Zakharova around the world showing the beauty and uniqueness of different locations. Paging through the book, readers join Osmann from the point of view of the main character and are taken on a journey to different historical and cultural sites.
You can keep track of the popular series on Instagram, Facebook and Google+.
Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from Italian Officine Sbrannetti. This spectacular build named "Buldozzer", is based on a BMW R1100GS from 1999, the guys removed the original seat and switched to a new leather one, placed aluminum fenders, a double headlamp, heavy threaded tires, and wrapped the tank in a handmade leather belt. The exhaust system was also replaced, the radiator was moved behind the front wheel, and a luggage rack was built on the back. The adventure-ready bike was painted with an eye-catching color scheme that contrasts beautifully with the custom made leather seat. Check out some more photos of this spectacular machine after the jump.
Forcite is a new Australian helmet brand, and we bet they foresee great success with their latest product. They claim itīs the first snow helmet with wearable technology, the Alpine Smart Helmet, features an HD camera with 120fps, powerful fog lights, and can integrate a music player and a microphone, with large control buttons on the side so you can manage its features. All of this while ensuring high build quality and security patterns. Amongst its features, we loved its powerful battery life, that runs between 6-8 hours, motion sensors and gps tracking. Built by an inter-disciplinary team, thinking of the user as the center of their research, making sure comfort, safety and innovation are always present. watch the video
Microsoft is on a roll, after introducing the intriguing HoloLens heads-up display, the tech giants also showed off the new Surface Hub, a powerful team collaboration device designed to share your ideas and brainstorm with others. The giant wall-mounted smart TV features a 84-inch 4K display, built in sensors, 1080p cameras, NFC, microphones, and runs a special version of Windows 10. Watch the video to better understand its full potential.
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