We really have come leaps and bounds when it comes to enhancing the “dropping the kids off at the pool” experience, remember the AM/FM Toilet Paper Radio with Telephone (pictured bellow)? Me neither. In what can only be described as a bizarre, yet intriguing example of technological convergence, the iCarta iPod/iPhone with Bath Tissue Holder
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Originaly designed for a contest that was unfortunately missed, South African designer Alp Germaner takes the idea of what a traditional iPhone/iPod dock should look like and flushes it down the toilet. The Kanto Morph speakers are a true reflection of his unruly design idea, with a hint of ‘badass’ and a sprinkle of ‘Kaboom’.
Thinking way outside the box on this one, this cylindrical shaped docking station for your personal music player, has cleverly hidden speakers that conform to the shape of a ball when not in use. When you ready to let things rip, the speakers simply unwind, or pop out 4-inches on both sides, via two compressed
Ok so the title is a little exaggerated, but this just your average, ordinary music player/charger dock. Not only does it look cool, but the TimeCommand dock can turn your lamp on or off….hell it can even dim them for you during sexy time (you know what I am talking about). Simply connect your bedside
The Buffalo Soldier lives on through the House of Bob Marley’s stylish looking Rastafarian themed audio products. His likeness and spirit are being brought to bear, this time again for a whole new generation, in the form of audio accessories. Three new themes, due to be released in 2011 each geared towards a particular consumer,
Bang & Olufsen have entered the MP3 dock market with a bang so to speak. Yesterday, the BeoSound 8 was unveiled as the first iPod speakers system that can also fit an iPad. Thanks to a handy USB port, the BeoSound 8 can also be connected to pretty much any other audio devices, like you
This is truly amazing video of what happens when Mother Earth decides to let everything go to hell. The massive devastation which occurred at the Brazilian Manus port on the Rio Grande riverside on Oct 17th doesn’t quite match the magnitude of the huge sinkhole that opened up in Guatemala recently, but clearly what Mother