Can shoes communicate and connect the user's activity to web? Yes! The Adidas smart shoes, co-developed by art, copy & code, artist Zach Lieberman and interactive design studio YesYesNo, can communicate and connect the user's activity to web. Using an accelerometer, a gyroscope, bluetooth and other technologies, the 'talking shoes' translate sneaker movements into funny and motivating commentary - where speech can be posted to google+, being sent as real-time advertisement units. If the user chooses to, they can also broadcast the dialogue via on-board speakers.
The Connor wood bikes elegantly form and function into a rideable work of art. The design embodies simple, pure fun in the most unique way possible on two wheels. Enjoy the unbelievably smooth ride and the distinct look that only an individually crafted, hand sculpted wood bicycle provides.
The Airow Gun attaches to your compound or recurve bow, uses draw power to launch paintballs up to 300 feet. "transform your existing bow into a paintball splattering or pellet throwing weapon of epic proportions."
These Pearce Knives made by Logan Pearce are hand-forged using an array of everyday household and industrial items such as spanners, bolts, drill bits and horseshoes. "Logan Pearce is a third generation knifemaker. He was taught how to make knives by his grandfather, Perry Pearce. Perry Pearce made knives for over 25 years. He specialized in making knives out of everyday objects like wrenches, rebar, and mainly railroad spikes. Perry was widely known for making railroad spike knives"
The Snowball Underwear pictured above does just that, by featuring a removable gel-pack (the SnowWedge™) that rests atop that most vital of body parts, and could help boost your chances at conceiving. Haha! "They should increase both sperm quality and quantity, and they should give you a better chance to conceive at minimal cost, but fertility science is complex, and you’ll also want to consult with a urologist (for varicoceles), as well as your fertility specialist. Snowballs may end up being just a supplemental treatment for you." If you want to cool 'your balls', it’ll cost you a $55 pledge on Kickstarter, and for which you get three pairs of underwear along with 3 gel wedges.