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Osmo

Osmo is a new and exciting toy created by a group of ex-Google and Disney employees. The next-gen hardware gaming device turns physical objects into iPad games, it kind of works like an analog Kinect for your iPad, turning the table top in front of the iPad into a digital game board. You use use real-world objects such as tiles, puzzles, and pen sketches to interact with the iPad to solve quizzes and play games. You merge real with virtual, cool! Watch the video to better understand how it works.



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BED FAN

Ceiling fans are great, but the problem is, the fresh air can´t penetrate the barrier of bed covers. Bed Fan is a perfect solution for couples with different temperature preferences, some people are naturally warm-bodied. Simply place the device at the foot or side of the bed, to send a cool, refreshing breeze between the sheets. A backlit wireless remote is included for adjusting the fan temperature and intensity. All this without getting out of the cov...
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ASTROPAD STUDIO

Especially after the launch of the Microsoft Surface Studio, there’s been a lot of buzz lately about Apple’s gap in the market for pro artists. Astropad Studio is the ultimate tool for creative professionals, it turns your iPad Pro into a completely customizable graphics tablet. Many working artists immediately took to the new iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil, but they lacked features professional creatives are looking for in a graphics tablet to handle the most demand...
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ECLIPSION WALL CLOCK | BY JAY JIWOONG BAEK | Image

ECLIPSION WALL CLOCK | BY JAY JIWOONG BAEK

Cauca is a Korean design brand that collaborates with the most established and emerging designers to create inspiring decorative objects for the living environment. They teamed up with Jay Jiwoong Baek to produce the very minimal "Eclipse wall clock" designed around the imagery of a solar eclipse. The hands are invisible and you can only see the circles at their tips, when they overlap several times a day, the appearance of a solar eclipse is genereted....
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