This is the RYNO Motors Micro-cycle. It can be ridden anywhere bikes are allowed, reach speeds up to 10MPH, travel 10-miles on a single charge, and carry a total weight (including dat ass) of 260-pounds. They're available for pre-order now for $5,300 with an estimated delivery later this year.
The Bed Butler 2.0($43) made from polycarbonate plastic, it securely slips under your mattress to hold itself in place, and gives you room for just about anything you’d want to have by your side. Good idea.
Scottish studios Trakke and Uula Jero have teamed up to develop the ‘jero’ flat pack yurt. The yurt’s assembly don't need tool. While measuring four meters wide upon assembly, the construction stows down to a 1.2 x 0.8 x 0.5 meter space. the structure is comprised of marine-grade plywood walls and radially organized wood roof poles. the latter support a waterproof canvas skin, while allowing for a skylight at the cabin’s center.
This is a backpack jetpack for runner developed by Arizona State University. Called the 4MM because the ultimate goal is to propel a soldier fast enough to run a four-minute mile, the jetpack is being developed by Jason Kerestes with funding from DARPA. The prototype weighs in at eleven pounds which by itself isn't particularly heavy, but in addition to everything else a soldier has to carry it certainly adds up. So the hope is that overall there are still some speed gains when wearing it, and so far in testing it's been found to shave almost 20 seconds off a runner's one-mile dash.