When you hear about an accident, you’ll probably know what happened and that it’s a bad thing, but do you actually imagine it? The trend Visual Experience is about seeing things that are sometimes a little bit harder to actually imagine and understand by making it more real to the person experiencing it. (own trend)
The Paqsule is a gym bag that removes germs and smelly odours from your used gym clothes. You can push either the button on the bag or on your phone to activate the system.
An Ikea store in Taiwan has invented a new way to stop people from using their phone while eating. By using a special plate that only gets warm if there are phones placed underneath, the guests are forced to put away their phone to keep their food warm.
The famous Nokia 3310 is making a comeback. After 17 years, Nokia is releasing a new version of the phone. The phone was well known for being almost indestructible.
The Changhong H2 is an new smartphone with an unique feature; it is able to scan your food. The phone is equipped with a molecular sensor that enables the phone to scan your food to provide information about it. It can tell you how many calories it has, how sweet something is, if your medication is safe and even your bodyfat percentage.
Moodo is a device that lets you to mix your own scent. The device contains multiple capsules to that create different scents together and is connected to an app where you can mix or use pre-set scents.
Google partnered with designer Christian Cowan to create, what are according to them, “world’s only rally blue jeans”. These jeans were created to celebrate the launch of Google’s newest smartphone, “Pixel”. Besides the fact that the jeans have got the same colour blue as the phone, they also have one pocket specifically made for the Pixel.