Remember Eve 6? Those were the days. No, I'm not talking about "Here's To the Night" playing at some high school dance. I'm talking about "Inside Out," or the under appreciated never-a-single "How Much Longer." Turns out those guys are still kicking, and the relatively new single "Curtain" ain't half bad.
Social. Social. Social. Everyone wants to be social, stay social, live social. But the best place to socialize? The shower. Too bad you need a willing human partner or a waterproof laptop for that! It's okay, there's a third option now: a Facebook-like profile page shower curtain.
Dodging an incoming RPG is a pretty tall task for anyone, unless you're a ninja on meth. For the rest of us, it'd be easier to just blow the damn thing up before it hits, right?
What resembles a gauzy curtain—or a shower curtain, even—is actually a high-tech fabric that blocks out sound like nothing else before. Developed by the Swiss, the fabric is five times more effective at absorbing sounds than normal curtains, though I'm not so sure it blocks out the light as well.
Having a street level abode can be really convenient at times, but not when it comes to privacy. Niklas Roy decided to fix that problem by installing a robotic curtain that follows onlookers passing on the sidewalk outside his personal workshop.
I keep staring at this window covering made of Kodachrome film slides and thinking of stained glass windows in churches. It's so gorgeous and you could easily make a curtain like it yourself.
Are wall clocks too 19th century for you? Do beads freak you out? Combine the best of both worlds with this Time Curtain prototype from Soner Ozenc. Yes, it's a curtain with LED-style numbers representing the current time so you can see exactly how long you've been sitting there on your couch instead of getting out…
College boys will no longer be able to sneak a peek of roommate sideboob through the $5 living room divider with the new flexible electronic curtain from Micro Reactor System Co.