At the top of a mountain. In Siberia on an expedition. On a boat in the middle of the ocean. Wherever you are, Nils’ Ferber’s Micro Wind Turbine can charge your smartphone. The turbine is compact and lightweight, making it easy to carry. What’s more, it weighs less than one kilogram, and backpackers can fold it down to the size of a trekking pole. How does the turbine work? It harnesses the force of the wind to generate power. Unlike solar charging devices that are dependent on the sun, the Micro Wind Turbine can charge virtually anywhere. Still looking for partners, we’ll have to wait awhile to purchase our own Micro Wind Turbine.
Check Out This Clever Urban Furniture
Artifox has hit the design world with a new definition of traditional furniture. A strong architectural and design background adapts to the modern, urban lifestyle while incorporating needed technology functions. Designed and constructed in the USA from solid Black Walnut or White Maple hardwood, you’ll love how your mobile devices nest in the desktop while your cables are hidden neatly in a storage cabinet underneath that also hides your drives. Modeled after the traditional writing desk, the Artifox desk fits all your modern needs as the power cords are cleverly hidden behind the rear leg using magnetic bands.
Bringing Back a Lost Aesthetic
The Lomography Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens is the first photographic optic lens from 1839 for modern-day cameras. Inspired by Charles Chevalier who invented the Daguerreotype camera in the 19th century, this camera brings back the dreamy images of the 1800s. You can alternate between lovely soft focus and razor-sharp images. It allows you to control depth in a novel way while mastering light, moods and dramatic effects. When purchasing this lens, you are buying a piece of history as the Daguerreotype camera captured the first ever photo of a human being in Paris. Estimated delivery on this product is January 2017, and it is available for Canon EF, Nikon F, or Pentax K mounts.