Check out this awesome super futuristic fridge from Russian industrial design student Yuriy Dmitriev, who entered it into the Electrolux 2010 design awards.
This is pretty insane, but totally awesome. The fridge works by a Bio Robot which cools biopolymer gel through(sounds complicated). There are no shelves in the fridge as the gel, which is non sticky and odourless, morphs around the products, suspending the items in separate pods. The fridge is four times smaller than a regular one, odours are contained and items are kept at their optimal temperature.
No word on a release date yet, but could this be the future of fridges.
For all you animal video lovers, check this one out, of an awesome little sea otter, stacking some coloured cups as part of the animals enrichment at Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium in Tacoma, Washington. Cue the awwwws:
Do you want to be able to actually see when your toast is cooked the way you like it? Tired of the toast either being undercooked or worse burnt? Well then this is the kitchen gadget we have all been looking for.
The Magimix See Through Toaster, is pretty awesome, with toughened glass sides to actually see the bread being toasted. It also self centers the bread or bun or whatever you are toasting.
The Lego group is currently celebrating its 80th birthday and as part of the celebrations has released an animated video of the history of the Lego Group and its awesome toy of the century Lego.
The video provides insight into the story of Lego and its founders, from making wooden toys right through many issues to creating what we know today as Lego. The video is well worth watching and shows us to keep going and to never give up. Check it out below:
A dedicated Dad has built a back yard roller coaster for their child. It is made from PVC pipe, treated wood and concrete. It has a 12ft drop and is definitely enjoyed. Well done. Check out the video of it below:
If you know of any other homemade roller coasters or you have built one yourself, then let us know.
This bridge in Wuppertal, Germany was given a paint job to look like it was built from giant lego bricks by German street artist Martin Heuwold. You can find out more about the lego bridge and his other work at: www.megx.de