I don’t know if you are in the generation that still mows the lawn, but I know I used to be bribed by my dad to cut the grass for $1 (back then it was a good deal). After a few years, my parents replaced the grass and we put the lawn mower in storage. If you hate pushing that thing, guess what I have for you today…
I discovered this on Yanko a couple of days ago (I know…I basically live on this site). The Muwi concept is an automated mower that cuts grass and compresses the saved grass into two different types of blocks: balls and disks. It’s completely eco-friendly as these blocks can be used as something children can play with or it can be used as compost fertilizer. According to the designer, Yuli Sung, this grass mower analyzes the size of the land and automatically activates.
This past weekend, I was looking at some new eye drops. I wear contact lenses all the time and it gets really irritating after a few hours. So after awhile, I decided to venture into the world of eye drops. Have you heard of the Rohto brand? It deems to have a “cooling effect,” – they are more like a burning effect, but only for a few seconds.
Then, it feels AMAZING! Of course, this is a little but irrelevant to my case since it’s not recommended for contact lens. However, I still love to use it at the end of the night after staring at the computer screen all day long. It’s definitely refreshing and different.
Unfortunately, it takes me literally 10 minutes to use those drops – it doesn’t matter which kind I use – most of the liquid would fall down my face instead of into my eyes ^_^’
I found this ingenious design from Yanko, an awesome web magazine that introduces many different conceptual – sometimes actual – designs. The designers of this iDrops, Eunyoung Lee and Kwangtack Lee, wanted to create a contraption that would make the process easier.
As cool as it is, I immediately thought of this…
Seriously. The Japanese is ahead of their game! These funnels have a wider rim, allowing the user ample space for error. I would love to have one of these to try out. Would you ever use this in public?