Universal Remote Concept Reminds Us Of The All-In-One Gadget Dream

What if you could control everything in your home with a little handheld gadget? That's what this universal remote by David Chacon got us thinking about, with its roomy screen — a nerve center right in your pocket.

Simply called the Universal Remote, the device would be flash capable so it could display anything from channel listings to more elaborate menus. With a touchscreen, the right frequencies and support from outside companies, the remote would allow you to change your television's volume to turning on the oven or dimming the lights — and companies could create custom graphic user interfaces for a product, too.












USB Webmail Notifier


USB Webmail Notifier







USB Webmail Notifier is a little box with envelope design on the front that lights up in green, blue, or red color when you receive mail. It is powered by USB. It supports all the popular free email providers like Hotmail, Yahoo and Gmail, but also works with Outlook, Outlook Express and POP 3 mail. The price is $17. If you are interested in it, you can see the full specifications and buy it.

Drum Kit T-Shirt

Drum Kit T-Shirt






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Product Features

* Tap the drums on this shirt and they actually play through the embedded speaker
* All drums on the shirt are playable. 7 Different drum sounds in all
* Battery pack with speaker stores in hidden pocket near hem of shirt
* Adjustable volume… the top volume level is really loud
* Black 100% cotton shirt
* Requires 4 AAA batteries (not included)
* Exclusive product designed and manufactured by ThinkGeek

Washing Instructions

1. Carefully peel drum decal from front of T-Shirt
2. Unplug ribbon connector behind decal and remove decal
3. Unplug battery pack and remove it
4. You can leave the ribbon cable inside the shirt
5. Machine wash gentle cycle on cold
6. Hang to dry
Please Note: If you plug the ribbon connector into the drum decal backwards the shirt will not play properly. Just reverse the connector and all will be good.

The drum kit t-shirt costs $29.99

World’s Highest Escalator


World’s Highest Escalator




The Umeda Sky Building is the seventh-tallest building in Osaka City, Japan, and one of the city’s most recognizable landmarks. It consists of two 40-story towers that connect at their two uppermost stories, with bridges and an escalator crossing the wide atrium-like space in the center. The escalater ride is an event in itself as it feels like you are floating up into the sky. This is a cheap way to see the city, less than 10 USD to go up to the observation area.

Located in the Umeda district of Kita-ku, the building was originally conceived in 1988 as the “City of Air” project, which planned to create four interconnected towers in northern Osaka. Eventually, practical considerations brought the number of towers down to two.






























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