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Monocasco Concept Bike

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The Monocasco Concept Bike is a tribute to the original OSSA Monocasso that famed Spanish racer Santiago Herrero rode in the '70s. Herrero, who died in track related crash in the 1970 Isle of Mann TT. The bike is an electric version, designed by ART-TIC Team.
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Dust Ball - Dave Hakkens

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Wrote Hakkens, "Usually there is no interaction with a robot vacuum. I created a little friend just rolling around, which you could push or kick in a direction to clean. It has no troubles with cables or anything like that, is strong, and when it rolls before your feet you just kick it out of the way."

Apple iCam

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The Apple iCam is a concept camera by Italian designer Antonio DeRosa. The camera would add interchangeable lenses to your iPhone, simply attach your iPhone 5 to the case and you’ll have yourself a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera with a huge LCD screen, fast processor, internet connectivity, and countless photo apps. Good idea!
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Mickey Mouse Bulb Concept

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Mickey Mouse Bulb Concept designed by Hong-kue Lee. Adorable light bulb.
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Power strip Svintus (concept)

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Power Strip Pig Concept from artlebedev.

Laundry Arcade Concept

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Laundry Arcade Concept by Kingston University design MA student Lee Wei Chen. You put your dirty stuff into the washing machine, insert some coins, and start playing.
"The machine looks like an arcade style video console – but the bottom half of the unit is a washing machine, with the components’ circuitry linked together. Therefore, the washing cycle is dependent on the success of the person playing the game, meaning that if they struggle, extra coins are needed to make sure the washing cycle is completed. "
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Keret House by Centrala, thinnest flat in the world

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Keret House is a project  by Jakub SzczÄ™sny of Centrala. And it soon be built in a narrow void between the buildings in the district of Wola, Poland.
"Keret House is said to have an interior that will vary between 122 centimeters and 72 centimeters, making it an extremely narrow crib. With a total area of 14,5 square meters, the new house will accommodate a workspace as well as a guest studio."
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The SonicStar supersonic business jet concept

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The SonicStar supersonic business jet concept was unveiled at the 2011 Paris Air Show. The jet will be able to travel 6,000 miles at Mach 3.5, which is fast enough to make a complete circuit of the globe in under five hours. Cruising at 60,000 feet, you'll be able to see the Earth curve underneath you, and the cabin is sized to comfortably seat 10-20 people. Now the Concorde was only able to hit Mach 2. and it's not even flying anymore. Check out the video, watch the more about the plane.

mBrace Adds A Handle To Your MacBook Pro

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The mBrace is a conceptual handle for your unibody MacBook Pro. You just slip the handle through the opening beneath the screen. $75,000 investment's being sought over at Kickstarter now

Fossil's concept watches

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Fossil’s new concept watch is able to conncet to Android or Blackberry smartphones via Bluetooth to keep you up to date on your email inbox, caller ID and presumably Twitter and Facebook updates if they want any chance of interesting consumers. The idea is so that you can see who is calling you or texting you with your phone in the pocket. The watcth face is used the pixelated monochromatic LCD display, is stylish and cool!

Fertilization Watch

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This watch has got an interesting face, three hands are represented by different-sized sperm. Designed by Andy Kurovets. Unique! 
"Explain that the little sperm showing the minutes and hours is moving forth to fertilize the central ovule! And that’s how timely babies are born!"

Folding Keyboard Concept

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Fold-able Keyboard Concept designed by Yoonsang Kim & Eunsung Park. Designed to be portable and small enough to take with you everywhere, the Keystick keyboard is a full-sized in its unfurled form, but then it folds like a Japanese fan when you want to hit the road.
"Key Stick is a personal keyboard that you take with you everywhere, never needing to touch public keyboards that have been touched by others"

The Smart Finger - Digital Measuing Tool

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Smart Fingers turn your hands into ruler. It uses two fingers, the pair of plastic tubes slip over your real fingers and measure the distance between themselves. The distance is displayed on the side of one of the fingers, you can store it in memory for transfer to a PC.
Designed by Choi Hyong-Suk, Jung Ji-hye, and Yoo-Jin Park. Currently it is just a concept.
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DSLR Concept by Yaniv Berg

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Inspired by the twin-lens reflex cameras of old, Yaniv Berg's DSLR camera concept, instead of holding the snapper up to their faces, user just need to look down at the LCD. The camera body is housed in a tube, which curves toward one end where the LCD is housed. On the other side is the lens mount. Good idea?

C.R.A.B. Robot

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The C.R.A.B (Cybernetic Autonomous Remote Barricade) Droid, is a revolutionary robotic sentry system designed by Jamie Martin.
"Robot design, modelling and animation by Jamie Martin. Modelled and animated in Maxon Cinema 4D. Edited in Final Cut Pro."
"Policing has been revolutionised with the introduction of the C.R.A.B. robotic sentry system, due to soon be trialled live on the streets of London, England.
The advanced robotics technology behind the C.R.A.B.’s artificial intelligence have been secretly developed over the past 12 years as a joint venture between weapons manufacturer Dalton/Stanley and megacorporation Omni Consumer Products.
The results of their historical collaboration has been to produce the most advanced robotic defence system ever constructed, featuring next-generation weaponry and armour protection. The C.R.A.B. is set to pave the way for all future Police and Military automaton technology from here onwards, and will be found on patrol in the public domain very soon. "
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