6 fantastically futuristic gadgets for your home
Wednesday, March 4th, 2015
Go-go gadget home!
America has a full-fledged gadget addiction. It seems like everyone is glued to their phone or is obsessing over the latest and greatest tech products. As technology advances, the futuristic inventions we saw in Back to the Future, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and even The Jetsons are becoming more and more of a reality. Designyourway.com recently rated some of the newest innovations in the gadget industry according to top quality in design and function. Here are a few of our favorites.
Michael Friebe’s transparent television is ground-breaking in the design world. The apparatus combines conventional LCD and TOLED display technology to bring solid moving pictures with rich color and full contrast, with colors ranging from pristine white to solid black – and everything in between.
Dimensional Wall Panels
Though these aren’t for everyone, 3-D wall panels can add a modern feel to any room. With interesting and beautiful designs, you can create an arrangement of light and shadows all across the room with this new design technology. Perfect for offices, shops, restaurants, and bedrooms.
This media player is the brainchild of Hoang M. Nguyen and Anh Nguyen. It attaches to a window and uses photovoltaic cells to collect solar power, which keeps the player continuously charged. Seeing that pesky low-battery alert will soon be a thing of the past!
This nightlight stretches about the length of half the wall. Instead of fumbling around trying to find a light switch, all you have to do is touch this panel and the room will light up, helping you find your way. Perfect for late-night snackers and other nocturnal folks.
When turned off, this fireplace appears as an opaque ceramic cylinder. However, when you turn it on, the cylinder becomes transparent to reveal the fire burning inside. Get the homey feeling of hearing the fire crackling, while maintaining your modern décor.
Document Extractor-Combi Monitor
A desktop is often a crowded and hectic space. But Byeong Min Choe has fixed this problem by combining a monitor and a printer. When you press print, your copy will float down from the bottom of the monitor.