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    DIY Kongou tea bag
    This design by Japanese Genrei Studio is modeled after a character from Kantai Collection, a game featuring moe anthropomorphisms of WWII naval ships. The character featured in the tea bag design is Kongou, a British naval ship "fleet girl" who speaks English and has a propensity for drinking black tea. Kongou holds a sign announcing that she is "nyukyou chuu," which roughly translates as "in the middle of tea time," and has a halo proclaiming, "You gotta make time for tea time." She looks absolutely adorable as she relaxes in her china cup bathtub.
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    Author headphones
    Bent into the shape of headphones, the illustrations of famous authors by Indian creative Talha Nazim are depicted as whispering to themselves. The concept came from the idea that listening to the text, is similar to hearing the writers tell the story directly.
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    Radio Controlled Flying Witches

    These are the radio controlled witch and wizard planes designed by R/C enthusiast Otto Dieffenback of Flyguy Promotions. It looks  like a wizard and witch flying around on broomsticks. You can buy a kit of either one for $150, but all the electronics you have to provide yourself.
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    One Shot

    One Shot
    Rolling is a unique concept by designers Valentina Vecchia and Marilena Alberga, is an intriguing bicycle that folds into a compact rolling case when not in use. When collapsed, the handles allow the user to steer the compact bicycle around with ease like a wheeled suitcase. The bicycle is intended to work seamlessly with rail transit.
    "From tourists discovering new places to regular commuters heading to work, it’s a versatile system that expands the reach of public transportation for a variety of users."
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    First StreetLegal Electric Motorbike

    CRP’s Energica Ego isn’t the fastest electric motorbike, but it is the first entirely electric street-legal motorbike on the market. The bike, which weighs in at 580 pounds, powered by a 100 kW engine that tops out at more than 130 mph. Currently, only one prototype exists, but CRP plans to start production in early 2015, it’ll be available for purchase at $23,000.
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    A plant called "TomTato" which produces both potatoes and tomatoes, described as a "veg plot in a pot", has been launched in the UK. The TomTato can grow more than 500 sweet cherry tomatoes while producing white potatoes. Ipswich-based horticultural firm Thompson and Morgan, who sells the plant for £14.99 each, said the hybrid plants were not genetically modified. It is created by a technique known as grafting.
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    Scarf with hidden pockets
    Unfolded, it's a stylish infinity scarf with two hidden zippered security pockets that discreetly carry your phone, cash, credit cards, and other essentials hands-free. $50
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    Breast shampoo dispenser
    The breast shaped shampoo dispenser can be hung in the toilet and the kitchen most of the place very easy. It is a pure soap security devices with very creamy texture and soft touch. It can contain shampoo, shower gel and soap. $39
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    Steam Controller

    Steam Controller
    Valve has announced has announced a unique gamepad that would be a good fit for your living-room gaming needs, the Steam Controller.
    "Steam gamers, who are used to the input associated with PCs, will appreciate that the Steam Controller’s resolution approaches that of a desktop mouse. Whole genres of games that were previously only playable with a keyboard and mouse are now accessible from the sofa."
    "The Steam Controller is designed to work with all the games on Steam: past, present, and future. Even the older titles in the catalog and the ones which were not built with controller support. (We’ve fooled those older games into thinking they’re being played with a keyboard and mouse, but we’ve designed a gamepad that’s nothing like either one of those devices.)"
    The Steam Controller features two main circular, high-resolution trackpads that take advantage of the latest haptic technology and are also clickable.
    In the center of the controller, there is a touchscreen that can display information related to the game. According to Valve,
    "In the center of the controller is another touch-enabled surface, this one backed by a high-resolution screen. This surface, too, is critical to achieving the controller’s primary goal – supporting all games in the Steam catalog. The screen allows an infinite number of discrete actions to be made available to the player, without requiring an infinite number of physical buttons."
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