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    Abacus iPhone Case
    This abacus case for iPhone 4/4S and 5/5S designed by Joaquin Baldwin allows you to perform complicated mathematical operations, without even unlocking your phone. It will not drain your batteries, and will work underwater and in outer space. The beads look like tiny apples that move smoothly and freely.
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    LG G Flex Smartphone
    LG finally announced its curved phone, the LG G Flex Smartphone. The LG G Flex features a 6-inch 720p screen. It's powered by a Quad-Core 2.26GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and 2GBs of RAM, LTE, and a 13MP rear and 2.1MP front camera.
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    Motorola Project Ara
    Motorola is developing a free, open hardware platform for creating highly modular smartphones. The design for Project Ara consists of what we call an endoskeleton (endo) and modules.  The endo is the structural frame that holds all the modules in place. A module can be anything, from a new application processor to a new display or keyboard, an extra battery, a pulse oximeter--or something not yet thought of!  So you can upgrade your processor, battery, screen, all just by plopping modular components onto an "endoskeleton" base. It' still a working prototype.
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    Should you stress about stress?
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    The Chewbacca Fur Sofa
    This is a Chewbacca pelt looking sofa from Sentient of Brooklyn, New York. It's not actually wookie fur though, it's Icelandic Lamb.
    "An original design using long wool Icelandic sheepskin together with reclaimed American oak boards. If they could speak what stories would these boards tell? The icelandic sheepskin wool is chaotic, wild, soft and long measuring 6” - 8”. The hair falls all directions resulting in a array of warm beige, brown and golden colors. "
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    Halloween Chris Woebken dresses a dog up like a
    Interaction designer Chris Woebken dressed a dog up like a cat, complete with eye holes punched in a custom-printed mask. Using nothing more than a color inkjet printer, some light paper card stock, and a pair of scissors, Woebken pieced together the cat suit. The pattern itself came from the incredible array of 3D models hosted on a Japanese site called Raspera—this bald uakari monkey certainly has some potential for Halloween nightmares—using the program Pepakura Designer to turn his 3D model into a workable paper-craft pattern.
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    The Pale Blue Dot is a photograph of planet Earth taken in 1990 by the Voyager 1 spaceprobe from a record distance of about 6 billion kilometers (3.7 billion miles) from Earth. The Voyager 1 spacecraft, which was leaving the Solar System, was commanded by NASA to turn its camera around and to take a photograph of Earth across a great expanse of space, at the request of Carl Sagan.
    Birds carved out of feathers
    These amazing Cut Feather Shadowboxes by artist Chris Maynard are an amazing display of natural resources transformed into intricate hand-carved sculptures. He adds depth to each carving by placing it into a shadowbox, allowing the lights, shadows, and textures to work together in dynamic arrangements.
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    Google Smartwatch coming soon
    Google's Smartwatch will be available soon after the company begin mass production of the device in Asia. The smartwatch, which will run on Android, will be integrated with Google Now. Google has also been working to reduce power consumption on the smartwatch so it won't require frequent battery charges, according to an intelligent personal assistant from Google. The smartwatch will be able to communicate with other devices such as a smartphone, and draw information such as travel schedules from a user's email through Google Now.
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    Reykjavik Towel with Integrated Scrub Glove
    The uniquely shaped Reykjavik Towel is made for wrapping it around you in swimming pools or at home. It is extremely wearable and has a convenient scrub glove at one end. $60
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    Concept 1865 electric velocipede
    German design studio DING3000 has developed "Concept 1865", an e-velocipede, in collaboration with BASF. The ready-to-ride prototype features an electric drive and is made almost entirely of modern BASF plastics. only the brake, axles and motor are still made of metal. 24 different polymer applications, such as bearingless all-plastic pedals made of 'ultrason' and puncture-proof tires made of 'infinergy' — a closed cell expanded thermoplastic polyurethane — are featured in the construction of the 'concept 1865'.
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    "Frozen" created by Boback Shahsafdari.
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