Jordan Mang-osan is a patient guy. Jordan Mang-osan uses wood as his canvas and a magnifying glass coupled with the sun as his medium. That’s right, he uses the sun shining through a magnifying glass to burn landscapes onto wood. The idea of burning images into wood or any other material is not a new one. In fact, it's a whole genre of art aptly named pyrography. But Mang-osan's magnifying glass method is pretty unusual. More images after more.
The Dunkin' Buddy is "a hands-free cookie dunking device. It is designed to not only save cookies from breaking and getting lost in your cup, but makes multitasking easier. " The Dunking Buddy attaches to the side of your glass with a magnet (with one part inside) and gives you a tiny plastic tray in which to place your sugary flour discs. It’s still under development, with a patent pending (!) and an undisclosed price.
Shane Chen's Lunicycle is designed to give the rider the same experience as riding a unicycle without the difficulty. First, Lunicycle doesn't have a seat, so you don't have to relearn balance in a different body position. You stand on Lunicycle, so you balance yourself in the same way you would while standing.