The concert hall ARK NOVA created by Arata Isozaki and Anish Kapoor is an air-inflated and easily transportable structure which equipped with the necessary stage and sound equipment. The membrane can be folded up and the equipment dismantled and loaded on a truck, so they can be brought to each site. It is envisioned to seat about 500 during an orchestra performance, and is planned to have a width of 30m, length of 36m and maximum height of 18m. "It measures 98 feet by 118 feet and features a rounded, organic design by British sculptor Anish Kapoor and Japanese architect Arata Isozaki. The hall was commissioned by the Swiss Lucerne Festival as a way to bring concerts and performances to areas of Japan that were affected by the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami"
This is the $1,400 ChairMaster, a recliner that has enough exercise equipment tucked inside to do 50 different exercises. "... there're seven accessories including resistance bands, a "mini-stepper", and velcro ankle straps that, when added to specific parts on the rig, enable a full-body workout comprising 50 different exercises" Watch the video of the exercises you can do with the ChairMaster.
Split is a standalone audio player that fits in your ears; it works without any cables and without Bluetooth. Split is a hands free player: You change track and volume with gentle "bite clicks". Each Split earphone contains a small circuit board, a button cell battery, a memory chip, a processor and a few other components necessary to play quality digital audio.
The Float Table is a matrix of "magnetized" wooden cubes that levitate with respect to one another. The repelling cubes are held in equilibrium by a system of tensile steel cables. It's classical physics applied to modern design. Each handcrafted table is precisely tuned to seem rigid and stable, yet a touch reveals the secret to Float's dynamic character.
Margate sliding house created by artist Alex Chinneck from an empty house is located in Cliftonville, Margate. The house appears as if it slowly sliding into the street. Artist Alex Chinneck, 28, started the £100,000 project, called 'From the knees of my nose to the belly of my toes', at the end of August and has recently completed it in Margate, Kent.