This unusual light bulb manages to marry the old and the new into something that is eye catching. It is an energy saving light bulb that casts a warm wooden glow thanks to a covering of extremely thin wood.
Japan loves its rice so much that the country has perfected numerous ways to quickly cook the perfect bowl of the stuff. Now that obsession with creating the perfect rice dish has extended to the current Holy Grail of technology, the smartphone.
Remember those dire warnings years ago from you parents to avoid touching that pink fluffy insulation in your home? Well if one company has its way, such warnings will become a thing of the past.
With Japan's declining birth rate it's only natural that the country's engineer begin to focus more on baby-centric devices, but this latest invention truly raises the stakes in the realm of sympathetic pregnancy simulators for men.
As you probably know if you've ever played World of Warcraft with the smells turned on, video games don't teach you how to do laundry. This new washing machine concept is hooked up to a video game console, and for the first time, the cleanliness of your clothes is directly, not inversely, proportional to your gaming skill.
Somehow some of the simplest solutions to our most persistent problems, like getting a good night's sleep, have remain unsolved until enterprising geeks started putting their thinking caps on and making their way to Kickstarter to present their concepts and turn them into reality.
The legend of the time traveler known as Doctor Who has been given new life in the U.K. and around the world, so it's only natural that the most iconic of the character's devices make its way into your most intimate spaces--the bathroom.
This light switch has a tiny pinhole camera built into it, allowing you to use it for home security or also to spy on people when they pee. Hey, it's up to you!
Creating humanoid helper robots is all well and good, but unless it can independently determine whether it's bringing you a beer versus a cup of tea, you essentially have an expensive motorized food tray. One company seems to have come up with the solution to this problem.
If you've ever wondered what it would be like to have your finely toasted bread emerge from a plastic, egg-like sarcophagus in much the same way as Darth Vader in The Empire Strikes Back, then have we got a toaster for you.