Month: July 2020


MEET NICESEATS WHY? Summer travel plans and a pandemic do not go hand in hand. NiceSeats are covers for just about any standard airplane seat are washable and reusable. The cover is designed to protect passengers from the dirtiest parts of the seat like the headrest. They also fit buses, trains, and movie theater seating....

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HoMedics UV-Clean Phone Sanitizer

MEET HOMEDICS UV-CLEAN PHONE SANITIZER WHY? Everyone has a smartphone and germs abound. Smartphones are often just as dirty as toilet seats. The HoMedics UV-Clean Phone Sanitizer is a small pouch in which to place your smartphone – even a large one like the Galaxy S20 Ultra or iPhone 11 Pro Max – and once you zip it up and press a button, it uses ultraviolet light to kill up to 99.9% of bacteria and viruses at the DNA...

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Mind-controlled TV Remote

Why?   Watching television has always been seen as an activity that requires little to no effort; however, a new device may make the experience even easier for the user. NextMind is a headset that replaces the traditional TV remote and gives the viewer the capability to use the TV solely with their mind. The device is made up of fitted sensors that track electrical pulses in the brain, which correspond to various commands. It appears that Televisions alongside other products are adapting hands-free technology in hopes of making even the most straightforward tasks simpler.   ...

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Virtual Sun Visor

Why?   Conventional pull-down sun visors are a thing of the past as German manufacturer, Bosch, has released a product that will redefine the foreseeable future’s driving experience. Bosch’s virtual visor consists of a transparent screen that uses facial recognition technology to locate the driver’s eyes and cast a shadow over them. This kind of innovation is sure to provide a greater sense of luxury to the driving experience and ensure a greater sense of safety.  ...

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MEET IDEUM WHY? Embrace art while embracing your health. The National Gallery of Washington D.C. will be featuring a zero-touch kiosk that will orient visitors to the nation’s fine art collection. Ideum, an interactive design firm, designed the zero-touch kiosk that allows users to simply wave their hands and safely interact without any physical contact. The product will appear in fall of 2020 at the National Gallery of Washington D.C. and will eventually appear in other museums, design firms and...

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