This red light keyboard was seen at an International software product exposition. Now, this incredible design has great potential in our eyes. It can be great if you want to work in the dark. It can be used by the DJ at a full moon party.
This keyboard was designed way back in 2006, and we assume that if we haven’t seen them scattered all over the shops, the design wasn’t such a huge success. What do you think?
Ski Slope on Top of Power Plant
The architect on this project truly thought of everything. Not only is it a power plant that produces energy by burning trash, but it is also zero-waste. The eco-friendly power plant emits zero toxins into the air. And if that’s not awesome enough, CopenHill, as the Copenhagen-based power plant is called, incorporates a ski run.
Replete with conifers lining the slope, the flat land of Denmark offers this singular ski opportunity.
Shopping Cart Charges Devices as the Supermarket
This is something no one thinks of unless one is at the store and has a cell phone battery that is dipping into the red zone. Then, this type of contraption would be a real savior. Each cart has three different charging cord options.
The machines seem to be too high-tech to be strapped onto grocery carts. Yet here they are clearly in use in an Israeli supermarket.
This is a fantastic alternative to those coded sticky produce labels. In the amount of time expended removing the sticker from the fruit, usually damaging it while you’re at it, the fruit could have been washed and sliced. (Pro tip: Don’t wash it first! It just makes the sticker twice as impossible to remove.)
Here, the fruit is naturally labeled. But there is something uncomfortable about a fruit that is branded.
Ideal Kitchen Storage
The days of opening a cupboard and digging inside through its cavernous reaches, possibly bonking your head on the way out, just to find that one, certain, casserole dish, are gone. In this kitchen, simply open a drawer and easily accessible kitchenware is conveniently at hand.
These pull-out cabinets ought to be standard in every kitchen. If not, the risk of concussion will remain unchecked.