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r2b2 by Christoph Thetard | Dezeen

German graduate designer Christoph Thetard has created a set of pedal-powered kitchen gadgets. Called r2b2, the appliance includes a hand blender, coffee grinder...

Jambox by Yves Béhar | Dezeen

Industrial designer Yves Béhar of Fuseproject has sent sketches, computer renderings and photos explaining the design and manufacture of Jambox, a portable wireless speaker for Jawbone.

Finger-nose Stylus by Dominic Wilcox

London designer Dominic Wilcox created this stylus that straps over his nose for using his touch-screen phone in the bath. Called Finger-nose...

Scrooser electric scooter gets funding boost

News: a fat-wheeled electric concept vehicle that you ride standing up like a child's scooter has achieved its funding target on Kickstarter, allowing final development to go ahead (+ slideshow).

Instrumented Bodies by Joseph Malloch and Ian Hattwick

Researchers in Canada have designed a family of prosthetic musical instruments, including an external spine and a touch-sensitive rib cage, that create music in response to body gestures (+ interview...

Stack printer by Mugi Yamamoto

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 (+ slideshow).

Justin McGuirk on cheap tablet computers

Opinion: Justin McGuirk's inaugural Opinion column for Dezeen is in two parts - in this first instalment he examines what cheap tablet computers developed for emerging markets like India will...

UltraHaptics touchscreens with haptic feedback by Bristol University

News: researchers at Bristol University in the UK have developed a way for users to get tactile feedback from touchscreens while controlling them with gestures in mid-air.

Synapse mind-controlled toy car for ADHD concentration training

Dutch Design Week 2013: Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Alejo Bernal wants to help people improve their concentration spans by controlling a toy car with their minds.
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