The Sense+ isn’t just a concept though; it’s an actual product and it’s currently up for funding on Indiegogo. The Sense+ features a photoelectric smoke and gas detection sensors that can detect cold smoke that other systems might not be able to detect. "‘Photo-Electric’ smoke sensors are the latest (and in most cases the best) smoke detectors available. They can detect deadly cold smoke that some traditional smoke alarms have difficulty sensing. By combining the photoelectric sensor with a carbon monoxide (the gas that makes you too sleepy to wake up) sensor you get secondary technology as a backup which may work better depending on the nature of the threat. If smoke is detected, an alert will sound and the Sense+ App will start up on the iPhone. If there is no response, an alarm will sound and the app on your phone will call numbers listed in your home call group. An alert screen offering emergency services will then be displayed."
"By taking extended exposure photos aboard the train, which is Tokyo’s first fully automated transit system, the photographer strung together his pictures to imagine of what travel might feel like inside of the cabin at light speed."
A coffeemaker is not longer a necessity for coffee drinkers. Caffe Borsa's Hand Drip coffee design brings all the bold coffee flavor you crave, any time, any place. Simply place the filter pouch over your mug and slowly pour hot water over the aromatic grounds. The water percolates through the filter, capturing the full-bodied richness of the coffee without any bitter notes. $18
The elaborate creations are inspired by fiddler crabs, spiders, scorpions, grasshoppers, monkeys, bulldog and more. The art pieces from Chicago-based artist Justin Gershenson-Gates are made from many, many watch pieces, including gears, watch plates, spring barrels, watch winding stems, watch jewels, and clips.