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Desktop Jellyfish Tank

Jellyfish are fascinating creatures, hypnotizing to watch, but home aquariums could not have them as they would be sucked into the water filtration system. With this in mind, student Alex Andon, began to develop an adapter for tanks to make them jellyfish friendly. The creatures themselves are not harmful to humans and can be purchased for $39 a unit at Jellyfish Art website. Light is provided by a LED lamp, and the color can be changed using a remote control.



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PARKIS BIKE LIFT

Parking a bike should be simple, quick and effortless. PARKIS is a simple and smart space saving solution for bicycles, it is automatized to enable you to park your bike vertically without requiring any physical effort. It is completely mechanical and magically lifts your bike automatically saving up to 40% space, simply enter the bike and the lift will automatically move your bike to the vertical. Requiring no electricity, the Parkis Bike Lift is eco-friendly and k...
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Ultimate Lightning McQueen

Robotic toymaker Sphero have unveiled their latest app-controlled toy - the Ultimate Lightning McQueen, a remarkably lifelike remote control version of the main character from Cars. This cool toy features some impressive robotics and is packed with personality, animated eyes, an animatronic mouth, and emotive suspension that gives McQueen a sense of life, similarly to how it moves in the movie. An ambient light sensor turns the headlights on and off, and the toy has...
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PARATY HOUSE BRASIL | BY MARCIO KOGAN

Marcio Kogan, Brazilian architect known for his elegant, calm, minimalist designs. The Paraty House, pictured here, is located on one of the hundreds of islands near the colonial town of Paraty, close to Rio de Janeiro. Before it was completed, Kogan predicted that it was to be his favourite house. Its simple premise is two large drawers pushed into the hill and connected by an internal staircase....
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