5. Node Power Outlet Concept
Difficulty involving power shortages or plugging in multiple adapters led to a difficult design obstacle. Japanese designers have designed a power outlet that allows you to plug in more devices with more functionality and style. Currently researchers are still testing this product.
4. Nike Fuel Band
This bracelet from Nike tracks your everyday movement including running, walking, basketball, dancing and dozens of everyday activities. It tracks each step taken and calorie burned. It also tells the time of day. Nike and Apple also made an app that stores the Nike Fuel Bands trackings that you can download from the APP Store. This band can be yours for $149.
3. Solar-Powered Battery Pack
Ever find yourself with an almost dead cellphone battery and nowhere to charge it? Well now with the Solar-Powered Battery Pack you can charge your iPhone or iPod while on the go with a small gadget on your keychain. This power bank has a lithium battery that charges with the built in solar panel when exposed to direct sunlight, or you can charge the bank with your USB port to the computer. This can be yours for 28.97 on Amazon.com.
Wit StickNFind you’ll never lose your keys, remote control, and you can even track your cat. The stickers are roughly the size of a quarter and will stick to any surface, person or animal. Then, the app on your smart phone will locate each of the stickers. StickNFind can be ordered today starting out at $35 for two stickers.
1. Post Line
Yanko Designs have developed a trip-free extension cord tape that simply sticks to your floor or wall presenting no tripping hazards. Unfortunately PostLine is still in its developmental stage and not on the market.
By: Hannah Brown