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Polar Bear television
Hannspree is well-known for its novelty televisions – it famously makes one shaped like a red, shiny apple – but the polar bear television has raised eyebrows at the show. Aimed at children, the fluffy, cuddly TV has a 19in screen. But the real irony, of course, is that power-hungry televisions – and consumers’ unsatiable appetite for the latest models – is helping to contribute to global warming, which, as we all know, is very bad news for polar bears.
As Seen on TV hat
Words alone cannot convey the weirdness of this ‘gadget’. The hat – which consists of a weirdly elongated brim, and a sort of curtain draped over the front – is designed to provide a “personal cinema experience”. You pop your iPhone or iPod touch in to the dock inside the hat, at the front of the brim, and flip down a magnifying plate so that the images on the iPhone’s 3.5in screen appear bigger and therefore more watchable. Anyone brave enough to don one of these hats in public deserves a lifetime of free movies and songs from the iTunes store.
Peregrine gaming glove
Hard-core PC gamers can be easily spotted by their clawed and blistered left hand, worn out from hours of keyboard-bashing as they attempt to fight their way through virtual worlds and deadly warzones. So it was only a matter of time before someone came up with a gaming glove to relieve PC gaming fans from chronic RSI. The Peregrine glove is designed to feel like “a second skin”, and it has sensors all over the fingers that can be programmed with the keyboard shortcuts used by gaming fans as they cut a swathe through Azeroth. The idea is that rather than stabbing at a combination of keys on the keyboard, players instead touch their thumb to the appropriate sensor on the glove to perform the same function. The friendly man who gave me a demo of the Peregrine said it meant gamers could react more quickly to a situation, saving valuable seconds, and could even mean “the difference between levelling up and getting pwned”. The technology behind the glove is undoubtedly impressive, but the whole application of it just seems bizarre.
BabyPlus Parental Education system
We all know how tough it is to get a child in to a decent secondary school, so why not give them a head start in their educational development with the BabyPlus? The makers claim that this device – which a pregnant woman wears around her belly – can help to kick-start the baby’s cognitive development while it’s still in the room. The BabyPlus, which should be worn for one hour, twice a day, emits a range of sounds that mimic the mother’s heartbeat, and so stimulate the baby’s awareness. The makers say it can make babies more “interactive, responsive, relaxed and alert”, with longer attention spans and “improved school readiness”. Makes a change to playing Beethoven to a baby, I suppose.
The Phubby wrist cubby
Love going running while listening to your iPhone, but don’t want to splash out on an sports arm holder for the device? Fear not, there is a cheaper solution, and that’s the Phubby. This self-styled “wrist cubby” is made from “new age fabrics” (it feels like a cross between silk and Lycra), and has a Velcro fastening. The idea is to slip your phone in to the wrist sheath, close the sticky fastening, and then get jogging. The Phubby is available in a range of colours (including lots of “emo” designs that will appeal to young goths), as well as different sizes. However, popping your iPhone in your pocket is an equally elegant solution, and cheaper still.
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