The best Gadgets and Design Week 35/2011

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Animated Snake Wreath – you are welcome

Animated Snake Wreath

The wreath is covered in rubber snakes that appear to have worked their way into every crevice. And thanks to a motion sensor, motors and a set of 4 x AA batteries, the snakes spring to life whenever anyone approaches. Well, more appropriately, the wreath starts shaking and vibrating so the rubber snakes appear to spring to life, while hissing and rattling sound effects are played.

Featured on ohgizmo

Robot Terrarium – in your own garden

robot garden

The mastermind artist behind the robot garden is Paloma Teppa. She’s lifted terrarium and garden-making out of hippie land and brought it into the future.

Featured on gizmodo

Han Solo Carbonite Business Card Case – cryogenics stuff

Business Card Case

The metal case features the likeness of the frozen Solo on the front, along with a largely unnecessary Star Wars logo. While it is pretty cool (pun intended), it would be ice cold if it did away with the logo and Solo were actually embossed into the case.

Featured on technabob

Samsung Galaxy Precedent – too similar with Samsung Prevail

Samsung Galaxy Precedent

Walmart and its MVNO partner, TracFone, are preparing to plunge into the shallow depths of Android with the Samsung Galaxy Precedent

Featured on engadget

commercial space station hotel – will be open by 2016

commercial space station hotel

the ‘commercial space station’ by russian innovators orbital technologies is planned to be a privately operated
multiuse space station orbiting 217 miles above the planet, designed not only for scientific missions
but also for use as a space hotel for paying customers. the company reports that the station housing in a ‘hotel pod’ up to seven guests across four cabins.

Featured on designboom

Ready to learn? – Brain scans can tell you

Brain scans activity

Our memories work better when our brains are prepared to absorb new information. The activity in a specific part of the brain, known as the parahippocampal cortex (PHC), predicts how well people will remember a visual scene.

Featured on MIT

LED Klingon Coffee Table – get your Star Trek obsession into your home

LED Klingon Coffee Table

The cool thing is the fact that it lights up. Underneath the acrylic top sheet are 26 flashing RBD diodes and one blue LED.

Featured on craziest gadgets

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