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    The Suitcase Is Made From Recycled Carpet
    Developed by New Zealand designer Daniel Mclaughlin, Terracase is a hard shell suitcase made from a heady mixture of recycled carpets and bio resin derived from rapeseed oil. Designed using CAD, with the shell of the luggage tested using an FEA analysis to simulate a drop and handling. The project has won £5,000 from the James Dyson Foundation to help make it a reality.
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    Unifold by Horatio Yuxin Han

    Unifold by Horatio Yuxin Han
    Design  
    Unifold by Horatio Yuxin Han.
    UNIFOLD is an experimental project with Professor Crowley that explores ways to construct footwear with a one-piece die cut pattern. Made of EVA material.
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    Archibird Cage Table Bird Cage Built Into A
    his is the Archibird Cage Table built by French designer Grégoire de Lafforest. It's a table with a bird cage below and little glass viewing bells that the birds can fly up into.
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    iPhone Controlled Bug
    Toy  
    The iPhone Controlled Bug by tech company iHelicopters syncs with an app on your smartphone.
    "Inspired by the movement and characteristics of an insect, the insect-like legs are manipulated by the internal structure inside and powered by a small rechargeable battery. Charge your Bug via the included USB cable and start controlling it using your iPhone, iPad. The bug allows you to control the bug up to a distance of 6 meters."
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    Beef Mega Man
    Pic  
    Supermarket sells mega meat, currently at the UWAJIMAYA supermarket in Seattle, WA.
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    If The Disney Princesses Used Instagram
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    If Disney’s princesses had Instagram, what do you think they’ll post? Created by Belinda Tan on the website Bforbel. From food to fashion and selfies...more images jump more!
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    Legend of Zelda NES booklet photo  Grand Tetons National
    Pic  
    The drawing is from the Legend of Zelda NES booklet, but it seems that the real deal is in Grand Tetons National Park. Cool, Legend of Zelda NES booklet photo + Grand Tetons National Park  
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    Stack printer by Mugi Yamamoto
    Design  
    Graduate designer Mugi Yamamoto has designed an inkjet printer that sits on top of a stack of paper and eats its way down through the pile
    "Mugi Yamamoto's diploma project is a compact inkjet printer, which is placed on top of a paper pile. When printing, “Stack” slowly moves downwards and swallows the pile until no paper is left. The paper disappears under the printer and exits on top, where it creates a new pile. Thanks to this new way of printing it is possible to remove the paper tray, the bulkiest element in common printers. This concept allows a very light appearance and avoids frequent reloading."
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    Video  


    Made by Antonio Toscano. Watch the original trailer below.
    Eyelid Trainer Double Eyelid Cosmetic Beauty

    Eyelid Trainer Double Eyelid Cosmetic Beauty

    Eyelid Trainer Double Eyelid Cosmetic Beauty
    Tools  
    The weird beauty tool from Japan.
    From the website:
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    This Eyelid Trainer is a smart and simple way to give your eyes the "double eyelid" that many Japanese girls want to get in order to stand out from everyone else with the typical Asian look.
    This kind of beauty tool is one painless and cheap way to help shape your eyelids without the need for cosmetic surgery.
    Reported to have sold 7,000 units in its first month of sales alone, the Eyelid Trainer is designed to be worn for five minutes per day.
    You wear it like a pair of glasses so you may look a little silly but it is ideal for busy women who want to work on their appearance while, for example, in the bath or doing another task.
    As you blink, you will be "training" your eyelids to get bigger.
    Features and Details:
    • Recommended for five minutes per session
    • 140 x 30 x 135mm (5.5" x 1.2" x 5.3")
    • Instructions: Japanese
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    $25.
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    Sport  
    In early February 2013, Sean Malto, Sebo Walker, Mark Suicu and Nestor Judkins traveled to legendary India. Their plan was to traverse the breadth of the Subcontinent's core with their ultimate goal to reach the Kumbh Mela gathering. The four sought to try and demonstrate that even in the most densely populated, chaotic places in the developing world, one can indeed push forward and manage to skateboard despite the visceral challenges such conditions present.
    Directed, Filmed & Edited by Patrik Wallner
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