Kick back and relax with these gadgets to enhance your time in the sun, the sand, and the water.
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If you think that dumpster diving involves getting filthy, then you haven't seen Stefan Beese's cool-looking backyard dumpster pool.
When you're loaded with cash, you don't question things. Take this 30-story high-rise concept shaped liked an ohm (Ω) and its balconies that double as glass pools. It's completely over the top lavish and our only regret is that we'll probably never be able to afford a stay here.
Anyone can sit in an inflatable pool chair pretending that they're somehow lighter than the water, but this ultra-buoyant mat will let you walk around as you float along on the surface.
Beyond the coolness of being able to play pool while in a pool, there's also the added bonus of you being able to make as many pool-related puns as you want if you get this crazy thing installed.
With the days getting warmer, don't you just want to bask in the sun and go for a swim in your backyard pool? We'll sure, but what about a customized pool shaped like a giant foot? Now we're talking.
Meet the isophone. This flux capacitor lookalike was designed by James Auger and Jimmy Loizeau to create a relaxed, isolated environment for making a phone call.
Normally, if you want someone to really wallop you in pool, you need to go to a potentially-seedy pool hall and find a pool shark willing to relieve you of some money. And really, do you want to go through the trouble of all that? It would be so much easier if you could just play against a robot programmed to play pool perfectly.
If you go down to Esquire's Ultimate Bachelor Pad today, you'd better take your pool cue — and some insurance. The creation of creative tech company Digital Obscura, the CueLight uses $80,000-worth of overhead projectors and motion sensors to turn...