Pharrell launched Sprint Sound Sessions from Webster Hall in New York City. With audio provided through 350 smartphones, Pharrell’s performance was a new way to experience sound and performance.
NYC is infamous for small space living. For many of us, commuting to and from work by bike is pretty convenient, but trying to store it isn’t really the easiest to do. With this new Shelfie Bike Mount you can hang the bike from its seat so it doesn’t get scratched up. It also comes with a built-in cubby so you can store your helmet or some cool wall art.
We’re changing the world, one kid at a time. Bid on auction items donated by Pharrell and friends. 100% of the proceeds will benefit From One Hand To AnOTHER. Hit the jump to see what Billionaire Boys Club items are included in the auction.
Pharrell and Takashi Murakami have teamed up for another collaboration that is both visually and sonically awesome.
Water is Life has teamed up with scientists and engineers from Carnegie Mellon and the University of Virginia to develop “The Drinkable Book.” It is designed to educate people on sanitation, hygiene, and how to purify water. Aside from that, the book’s pages are technologically advanced filters “coated with silver nanoparticles, whose ions actively kill diseases like cholera, typhoid and E. coli.” Once the water is filtered it is 99.9 percent pure, which is similar to normal drinking water. AMAZING.
If you have an iPhone, a Mophie case is probably your best friend. Now they’ve made a compact, quick charge battery with an integrated lightning cable making it easy to charge just about anywhere. Stick your keys on the attached key ring, and you’re ready to go.
Renown industrial designer Marc Newson brings a modern twist to the traditional Aikuchi sword. This project was in collaboration with Japanese design firm WOW led by Hiroshi Takahashi, master Hidehiranuri lacquer artisans, and renowned swordsmith Hokke Saburo. Take a look at the video to get a peak into the design process and incredible detailing.
Robots have always been associated as a thing of the future. Now with these new “EZ Robot Kits,” you can build, customize, and program your own. Its software lets you construct robots digitally before assembling them and write programs with a simple-to-use interface. Who’s ready to set their legos aside and try this out?