There are so many PC keyboards pretending to be “ergonomic”, being just “broken” in the middle. But what is ergonomic keyboard? How is it looks like?

MALTRON Ergonomic Keyboard

This is 3D ergonomic keyboard. Keys are not on a plain surface but in a spheroid, so all mostly used keys are on equal distance from your fingers.

This British invention has been awarded as:

  • ‘Millennium Product’ awarded by British Design Council.
  • ‘Health & Safety Product of the Year’ North West Today.
  • ‘Finalist, British Invention of the Year 2003′

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Gangsta Paradise

Written by willbe in Fun

Universal Firearm Remote

This 9mm semi-automatic-styled clicker slides snugly beneath elastic waistbands for quickdraw access and features a detachable lithium-ion magazine, posi-lock channel changer and safety mode to prevent dropped pistols from accidentally going off (or switching to Fear Factor). Point your piece at Joe Rogan and show that punk-bitch who’s boss.

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Fun Things For Good Party!

Written by willbe in Gadgets

Summer is a good season for open air parties. It’s a good time for beer. It’s a good time to use some fun things…

Openers

How many beers did I have last night? The counting bottle opener will keep you informed! Bottle spy will keep a running total until it is reset.

From here

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Guess The Time

Written by willbe in Design

Dali Clock

One more Salvador Dali clock! Or something wrong with my eyes?. Hong Kong designer team Сhillichilly made that.

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Fun With Golf

Written by willbe in Gadgets

Golf a good walk ruined, unless of course you have a remote-controlled golf ball, and then it’s hilarious. Just as your partner reaches their backswing apogee (or whatever it’s called) you set the ball trundling off the tee! It’s exceedingly stupid and great fun.

The ball has a little spinning gyro in it, and when you activate it from the remote it spins off in random directions. The acceleration varies depending on the ground, and due to its small size it obviously works best on smoother surfaces such as green and tees. All you have to do is make sure you’ve completely charged the golf ball in its neat little charging cradle, switch on the transmitter, and select the frequency band shown on the ball. Push or pull back the control shaft on the transmitter to drive or vibrate your golf ball and wait for the inevitable laughs. Utterly daft, and it’ll probably even improve your handicap.

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Design for sport

Written by willbe in Design

I’ve used pedometers, both mechanical and electronic. I’ve used speedometer for my bike. But this is a first time when I see a jumping rope with counter. The Talking Digital Jump Rope announces the calories consumption, number of jumps, workout time and remaining time from your target setting. If I was a kid now.

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Hypnomechanic

Written by willbe in Useless

It seems to be a good present – it’s good-looking, expensive and totally useless. Create gear pattern, then turn the crank slowly and watch the fascinating mechanics of this handmade machine go to work.

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The X-Plane is both easy and fun to fly, but flight is just a tiny part of what makes it special. What would be a few simple loops around the lounge with any other plane is a secret spy mission with the X-Plane. How many R/C planes have you seen with a built-in digital camera?

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