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    The Slegoon won first prize in the UK IOM3 Design Innovation in Plastics competition. The Slegoon is a new winter sport design that you can run down the mountain with max protection, designed by Spike Reid. But I have a question, how to get into the Slegoon?
    "Slegooning is a new winter sport in which participants travel down a snow-covered slope in single person sledge-type crafts, called Slegoons, in full-contact races. They can continue even when overturned."
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    The Calendar made of catches by Yurko Gutsulyak. I love this idea! Each page is a month and it looks like a comb made of matches that correspond to the days. One day lights one matche!
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    The Rock Paper Scissors Dice, designed by Fatih Baltas. A great idea!
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    The Floppy Usb is a simple idea, which brings together two great icons of future and past of computer age, usb and floppy disc! This floppy disc USB drive has a retractable USB plug. Cool design! I miss the floppy disc time, floppy-usb is modern tribute to an old nostalgia. Designed by ashish chaudhary.
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    The 9999 Boom Box by William Kang. This concept Boom Box features includes the MP3 and video player. William Kang redesign the old music machine with cool and modern design.
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    Victor Vetterlein has just sent his new iPod and MP3 sstereo speaker dock design - YO.
    "YO is a rechargeable and wireless stereo speaker docking station for digital audio players. The system is portable, waterproof, and suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
    Inside the dock base are lithium-ion (rechargeable) batteries that are capable of powering the stereo system for hours when the unit is disconnected from a power source. The design intention is that a renewable energy source such as solar power, wind power, or hydroelectricity charges the battery packs when the stereo is not in use.
    The speakers also contain lithium-ion batteries in their base, and recharge when placed in the stereo base portals. The batteries also provide high-density ballast enabling the speakers to stand upright when removed from the charging ports.
    The speaker enclosure is designed to amplify sound. The speakers are mounted in the rear of the speaker housing. Similar to a megaphone, the front portion of the speaker enclosure is extruded to increase and direct sound.
    Two removable rods are mounted between the stereo speakers to stabilize the stereo assembly and provide a lifting handle when the unit is transported.
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    I love this design for the TV Remote! This design comes from the Bill Moggridge's new book and web site "Designing Interactions". I want to made one for my TV Remote, Cool!
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    Wow, see this bike, Cool! The Cartrider(Cart rider?) by Korean designer Jaebeom Jeong. It looks like a shopping cart on wheel. I love this design! The Cartrider inspried by the scene of the supermarket that the parents often put their children in a shopping cart. It will be on display at hongik university, seoul, korea from october 21st to 25th, 2008. Check out see more pics.
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    This photo caughts my eyes. It is a cabinet that Lucas Murgida created for the 2008 Conflux. Ha ha, a weird idea! And this beautiful cabinet looks like a coffin?
    "A cabinet will be constructed and left on a sidewalk. I will be hidden inside and not reveal myself until someone assumes possession and brings the cabinet to their home.
    Often the city seems to be ours alone to experience and we assume that it is in turn ours for the taking. This sensibility is made evident in the U.S. by the often-quoted phrase, "Possession is 9/10 of the law." This means that the person who is not in possession of an item must prove that it is rightfully theirs... A person is not sure how to look at the object at first, but will usually fall back on the golden rule of U.S. culture (finders keepers, losers weepers) and claim it to be theirs. I am hoping to subvert the "finder's" personal space by claiming it to be my own public space
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    If a thief want to steal the bike, when the bike thief cutes this Smart Bike Lock, colored liquid inside the entire length of the Smart Lock will explode and spray on the thief(See the video!). The color liquid will on the thief's body, thief's cloth and the ground. If you can not find the bike, it will let you feel better? Designed by Michael Lambourn.

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    The Ringshot by Shira Nahon. I love it, but you may have seen it. Happy weekend and let us forget Wall Street!
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    The Nebo Portable Shop System by Mario Weiss. Next time you see this all-in-one vendor in the Ballpark, don't feel strange.
    "Nebo is a portable shop system, consisting of a beverage backpack and a vendor's tray. It is an eye catching product, ideal for selling beverages and ice-cream at festivals, sports events or beach or in general in all terrain that can not be managed easily with a trolley. The core piece of the beverage backpack is covered with a UVresistant foil. It is held by a bag made of wear resistant textile and a foam textile composite. Several straps enable adjustment of the back piece to achieve a comfortable and firm hold on the user's back."
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    I love this work. The Fantastic bronze work by Kevin Francis Gray. It hides a Darth Vader? Ha Ha, well, I love this amazing work.
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    I love this work, the General Projects designed for the AIGA Heart Art.
    "The annual AIGA Denver Heart Art event calls for artists from across the city to donate works of art to a charity auction, the proceeds of which are donated to charity. The artist's invitation asked local artists to place their work in the supplied box and send it back."
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    The results of an extensive exploration with shadows, the One Day Poem Pavilion demonstrates the poetic, transitory, site-sensitive and time-based nature of light and shadow.
    "Using a complex array of perforations, the pavilion's surface allows light to pass through creating shifting patterns, which¨Cduring specific times of the year¨Ctransform into the legible text of a poem. The specific arrangements of the perforations reveal different shadow-poems according to the solar calendar: a theme of new-life during the summer solstice, a reflection on the passing of time at the period of the winter solstice. The time-based nature of the poem¨Cand the visitor's time-based encounters with it¨Callow viewers to have different experiences either seeing a stanza of the poem or getting the whole poem. All of these possible experiences are equally valuable and have meanings unique to the individual. This technique has the potential for producing particular effects and meanings within an architectural environment. Without the use of a source of power other than the sun, this project uses light and shadow to push the boundaries of communication and experiential delight."
    A very cool idea, using the a complex array of perforations and lighting, which transform into the legible text of a poem! The poem can be seen between 8 AM and 4PM. The poem consists of 5 lines with each line lasting about an hour, included "new life, reflection and the passing of time..."
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    During the Conflux weekend, Jamie O'Shea with his Vertical Bed in a suitcase, anchored his prostheses above subway vents and stayed there sleeping in an upright position for 40 minute intervals several times in a day. Concealed harnesses ensure that Jamie didn't fall over. He also wore noise canceling headphones and double-mirrored sunglasses, padded with little cusions to keep his eyelid closed. In case of bad weather, an umbrella clips in the infrastructure for shelter.
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    A collaborative project that takes the work of artists from around the world, in the form of fake road signs, and turns the streets of Lyon, France into an enormous gallery without walls. The round red and white signs look enough like real European traffic signs that you might take them for granted, but weird enough if you notice them to make you stop and think. Panos 2013 is the second edition of this project. You can have a look at the first edition in the Panos 2004 section. [ link ]
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    Wow, see this design, If too dangerous to get a free ride? Maybe you just expose your thigh. By Robert Nightingale.
    For best results position yourself at traffic lights, railway stations or air hangers. Subtly wait for the opportune moment (which is precisely 7 seconds before the initial point of acceleration) and attach the product as firmly as possible to the host vehicle (a brief run up usually does the trick), paying attention to ground clearance for ones feet and enjoy the ride...
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    The Oficio Table designed by Quentin Vaulot & Luiza Barroso. Under this table has a wire basket design to hold your gadgets. A simple way to hide your gadgets and chargers, let your table look clean.
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