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Littlebits

Littlebits is a new electronic building toy for kids, it brings the simplicity of the classic building block to the world of electronics, making science/technology fun and accessible. Littlebits lets kids turn technology inside out. Color-coded electronic Bits modules snap together with magnets to form simple circuits, creating the foundation for young inventors to build anything they can dream of - like an "annoying sibling alarm”, glow-in-the-dark puppets, a bubble blowing flute, whatever your imagination can conjure. Several Kits are available, no coding, wiring or soldering required. watch the video

Available now at amazon. In Europe pick it here




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CRACKED LOG LAMPS

The Cracked Log Lamps are an award winning lighting proposal by an Aussie craftsman/artist named Duncan Meerding, he gets old savaged and obviously cracked logs, and then installs a warm LED yellow light system, that makes possible for the light source to come from within. It´s the cracks that decide where and how the lights will be disposed. Another interesting feature is that you can either use it as a stool, a small table while you´re outside or just a regular li...
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BOGOBRUSH

Bogobrush is a new toothbrush designed, developed and made in the USA, its most attractive feature lies in the fact that it´s green, because they´re made from used plastic that would otherwise have the landfill as final destination, and you can also get a biodegradable model, which you can compost after use. Its other great feature is that it generates selflessness because for each Bogobrush you buy, you´re giving one away to someone who needs one, the company has c...
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TORQUAY CONCRETE HOUSE

A beautiful concrete house on the Victorian surf coast in Torquay, Australia. Idealised by Auhaus Architecture, the 4 bedroom family house has been designed as a walled sanctuary, opening up onto itself and allowing stunning views onto wetlands and a golf course. The material palette is rich and textured, and the combination of concrete and warm wood works wonders. The use of brass details along with marble and wood, add warmth to the natural concrete mass...
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