Star Wars makes us all better, happier people. Proof: Stephanie Kaloi's four-year-old son just underwent surgery on both of his legs so he needed a walker and knee immobilizers to walk. The problem was that her son had previously associated the walker with pain, so he was never happy using it. But after it was…
In the last several hundred years, human activity has shifted large quantities of the world's carbon from long-term storage (i.e. carbon bound up in rocks, fossil fuels, and forests) into forms of short-term storage such as croplands and pastures, which tend to store less carbon for shorter periods of time.
Halloween was a hoot this year, but Angie never looked any of us in the eye ever again.
Walking! Some people like it so much they do it faster. Other people try to avoid it as much as they can. These motorized shoes are for the walking haters, because the shoes can walk on their own.
Babies can be a liability in a post-apocalyptic world, but Shi Jinsong's designs are here to help. His weaponized cradle, stroller, and baby walker ensure that your infant can pull their weight, even if they aren't old enough to walk.
It won't stop you from overdrinking, but Rotgutonix will test unmixed drinks (or those mixed with water) for the presence of unadulterated alcohol aka rotgut. The concept has a chemical sensor can detect several alcoholic brands in about 20 seconds.
So you have been invited to the baby shower for the Antichrist—but what gift do you bring? Fortunately, the parents registered at Chambers Fine Art where you can find the work of one Shi Jinsong.
So, gadgeteers, this is what we will be reduced to riding around on by the year 2080. Developed by the University of Arnhem-Nijmegen in Holland, the Zimmer SatNav is for either olds, amnesiacs or for people whose sense of direction is so poor that they get lost on their way to the bathroom.