Move-it delivery strolley is made entirely from recyclable cardboard

One of the biggest challenges that people face when shopping for electronics and items that need to be delivered in boxes is the fact that they are packaged in a way that best safeguards them against damage but provides negligible assistance when it comes to carrying them manually. As a result, most users prefer to have such goods delivered to them which is not only time consuming, but also incurs unwarranted delivery charges that can only be avoided if the buyer decides to deliver the box themselves in case they have a car. Even then, carrying the box out to the parking lot can be quite a hassle and lifting heavy boxes has been identified as one of the major causes of lower back problems around the world! To make the process of carrying and delivering boxed goods simpler and more efficient for buyers, designer David Warwick Graham has come up with an innovative cardboard boxing strolley called the Move-it.

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Braille handrail system to help visually impaired ‘see’ animals at the zoo

People with visual disabilities have to go through life not only with the incredible challenge of having to work and live in a world that is often not too accommodating to their ailment, and with the public infrastructure traditionally being developed for the sighted, it is often even more debilitating for the blind to navigate through public spaces with ease and on their own. What’s even more disheartening is that though there has been a conscious effort on part of public agencies to try and make public spaces more accessible to the blind, places like museums and zoos are still off-limits for people with visual disabilities. Ahmedabad, India-based exhibition and space designer Akanksha Jain has some up with a system that would allow the immensely popular Sundervan Zoo in Ahmedabad more accessible to the blind.

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Multi-Touch Keyboard and Mouse makes computer peripherals chic

Computer accessories have evolved in their functionality over the years though their drab exterior remains unaltered with the exception of a few gaming mice that come in exciting colors and shapes. Forest Grove, Oregon-based designer Jason Giddings, however, wants to change the way we look at computer peripherals forever with this stunning new concept called the Multi-Touch Keyboard and Mouse which takes the genre of computer peripherals to the next level. Fitted with the next generation in peripheral tech, the Multi-Touch Keyboard and Mouse is crafted from the finest components with a solid metal base and quality tempered glass construction. With no moving parts, the Multi-Touch Keyboard and Mouse is made using simple technology currently in existence which ensures that manufacturing costs of these devices can be kept super low.

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“Presence” XL Speakers take high-fidelity to high-fashion

Ever since the days of the gramophone, music players have been monopolized by monochromatic color themes and anything even slightly colorful is deemed funky or feminine. Though that hasn’t stopped men from going all out and buying all-black home entertainment systems no matter how much they clash with the interior schemes of their bachelor pads (or their wives’/girlfriends’ meticulously hand-picked home décor), there remains a wide gap in the market when it comes to music systems that can look as good as they sound. The “Presence” XL Speakers by Bodor Audio+ looks to rectify that situation by presenting a set of detailed hand-made equipment that is made to cater to each individual’s taste and décor theme.

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OKKA Food Measurement System makes cooking a precise science

For ages, cooking has been an art that one could only perfect with persistence, patience and experience. And though your grandma’s recipe still calls for you to “season to taste” you know that you’d rather have her tell you the amount of salt and pepper in exact grams measures. For people who don’t want to leave the outcome of their daily cooking to chance, the OKKA Food Measurement System is the perfect kitchen tool. Created by Turkish designer Can Guvenir, the system allows people to measure out ingredients precisely and produce a perfect dish every time.

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Manage your journey in an efficient way with FollowMe

Here to make your journeys easy and all the more relaxed is a smartphone based journey planner. Christened FollowMe, it has been designed by Hyeona Yang who joined hands with Hao-ting Chang to come up with this brilliant device. The journey planner will prove to be a smart way to plan and manage trips that too sitting in the comfort of our dwellings.

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10 best cars at 2011 LA Auto Show

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Los Angles Auto Show is one of prestigious auto shows where most of the renowned automobile giants participate. The show is famous as you can find different varieties of latest cars here. Moreover, you can also know the advantages and disadvantages of various cars and other technical details of different cars. This article will provide you information on the top ten cars at 2011 LA Auto Show along with their extra features.

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