This is truly a very compassionate design and certainly one with a definitive cause. The LG LU2700S phone launched recently is otherwise quite an ordinary handset, if it did not have these special set of features. The mobile can help out blind people. The phone’s controls can be managed via a voice command system.
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Living with diabetes is a tough job. This ailment is growing rapidly around the world and there are a lot of patients out there who need help to live with this condition every day. Here is a smart gadget that can help you out. The FHL wristband will help patients monitor their lifestyle on a daily basis and can therefore enhance the quality of their life.
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This hi tech cast helps one out when they are recuperating from a fracture. It essentially monitors muscular activity around the fracture area and then ascertains the recovery time of the patient. The hollow cast looks quite simple, it is shaped just like the outline of your hands or legs, and bears holes all across the outer surface. Here are a few features of this piece made from polymorph plastic.
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If you’re handy with a few basic tools and happen to have a few broomsticks, a rag and a spare towel handy, you can fashion your own beach chair instead of splurging on something clunky that is a headache trying to fit at the back of your family SUV. Created by designer Tom De Vrieze, this DIY beach chair is called the Sand Chair and its maker claims that almost anyone can make it at home. The eco friendly chair is an open source design that allows people to make occasional use furniture like a beach chair which is better and more comfortable than most such items found at stores.
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Conceived in Germany by Volkswagen and born in France, the roads of the world in 2005 discharged the honor and privilege of being pavement to the fastest machine to ever tread them. The Bugatti Veyron slash Car of the decade 2000-2009 is a name which is just as formidable sans any introduction. Only the most elite garages and manors around the world have had the fortune of housing the exhilarating phenomenon that is Veyron. But now, it’s your chance to house it proudly if not in your garage then certainly on the mantle shelf of your living room or bed room. VisualSpicer has come out with its version of a paper-craft Bugatti for Veyron aficionados.
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A smart fridge, a little bit like the vending machines in your offices, can hoard loads of other goodies for you apart from M&M’s, cookies and sodas. The intelligent fridge applies RFID technology and QR codes for its working and eliminates the need to have personnel around every time you make a purchase. People who have a user account with a QR code can easily use this fridge. You just have to scan an RFID card or iPhone app and the fridge will detect your unique QR code.
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Furniture design in the 21st century is all about customizing the experience of winding down after a long day to the hobbies and needs of individual users. Most urban users these days have a handful of activities that they find relaxing though they often need a lot of space to store their music players, gaming consoles, TV sets, etc. and often need separate chairs to sit on while they use these different means of entertainment. The Pod by designer Josh Snodgrass is one such lounger that tries to ensure that everything an average user needs to wind down after a long day is found within one comfortable nest-like space.
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