When making copies mobs the floors
Coffee capsules could flow like a public utility, and we don't have to deploy pipes under the streets.
Don't have a watch with built-in earplugs? Don't worry. Here's the phone with built-in earplugs.
Arrive exponentially faster by driving on the roofs on other cars on long stretches of a highway
Capturing, sharing and erasing a whiteboard should be a single, robotic action
To mail something, you come to the mailbox. What if it came to you?
Breaking the rules of AR in five demos, accidentally scaring people on the internet — code included
When we see the world through glasses, all we need is tracking patterns. Everywhere.
You hear a lot of train station announcements that are not relevant for you. With voice speakers for train stations, all announcements are relevant for you
Once you see this bike patb from above you'll notice what's wrong with it. It’s a beautiful bike path, elevated, crooked, brightly colored. But it’s not the direct path, it’s not the desire path. This, on the other hand, is a desire path. Here’s more [https://99percentinvisible.org/article/least-resistance-desire-paths-can-lead-better-design/] . Back to the bike path. For the beautiful path in Copenhagen, not being directly on the desire path doesn’t matter in the sunny pictures, racking in a
Ideally, you’d know when to turn, even when you don’t. When you do, you shift your balance slightly, which in turn makes your left foot take a shorter step than the right one, successfully changing the general direction. If navigating a grid of streets can be reduced to a mere balancing act, does it matter if that shift of balance comes from your brain — or from your bagpack? After a just a few weeks of use, the thinking and knowing and anticipating of the balance bag and its novelty and excit
How to speed up airplane boarding by at least 10 times.
Unlike their reputation, the office worker gets up and moves around a lot. The office worker waits as the coffee machine is brewing, they meet someone and talk for a while, they go to meetings, they hunt down conference rooms in previously unexplored territories. They get lost, and they get tired, and they get bored, and they often forget their laptops on various surfaces where they had to leave it in order to free up both hands.
The worst place for ideas is a conference room. The best place is a conference room with dirty dishes.
Navigation doesn't have to be difficult and boring.
You can't have a tv on all your walls. Or can you?
Take a few products and keep asking “what is this compensating for?” and you’ll eventually end up with the same answer. And that answer may be why conversational interfaces could get in trouble
Here's how to eat what you want and gain what you want
When our cars drive themselves we'll be bored behind the missing wheel
With no hands needed on the self-driving wheel, we can now do what we do best: eat
A car that becomes a natural extension of your house - when you're home
Losing weight is hard for most of us, but so is losing our phone.
A mechanical clock that shows the real time next to the current
This fictional company would allow you to send anything, of any size, to any big city — for free, and at 50 times less the pollution
Yes, just one, big, nice button. The manual would say one thing: “Press the button”. Here’s how it could work.
Moving text from the real world into the digital world
Everything about parked cars is boring: finding a spot. Paying for it. Walking past parked cars. If you install a free parked car projector, it will display street art by local artists, sometimes even live, as they create it. And the occasional location-aware ad, like this one. You also park for free, in a designated projector parking spot.
Smartphone cameras are fast. Until you want to do something with the photos.
It's too easy to buy something that is hard to use. The food industry has a solution.
Companies install robots to talk to customers. What if customers installed robots to talk to companies?
Embedding workouts into a building