상상을 초월하는 자판기들이 있습니다.

살아있는 게, 금, 자전거, 마리화나, 마게트 빵, 섹스장난감 등은 애교로 봐줄 수 있지요.

화풀이 용품, 결혼식, 자동차 자판기는 놀랍죠?



링크를 눌러주세요 =>
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중고물건 나누기 자판기
http://www.swap-o-matic.com/about/

자판기 활용한 기발한 아이디어 광고

http://www.wikitree.co.kr/main/news_view.php?id=71585 

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동일한 기능의 제품이라 하더라도 디자인에 따라 가치가 크게 달라질 수 있습니다.

사용자들에게  특별한 정서적 경험을 제공하기 위해 고민해 보십시오. 
사용자는 그런 특별한 경험을 위해 몇 배의 비용을 기꺼이 지불할 준비가 되어 있습니다.

문을 열어둘 때 끼워두는 쐐기형 도어스톱이나 서가의 책이 쓰러지는 것을 방지하기 위한 북엔드와 같은 소품들도  디자인하기에 따라서는 우리의 공간을 유쾌하게 만들어주고 얼마든지 멋진 정서적 경험을 줄 수 있습니다.

재미있고 창의적인 도어스톱과 북엔드 디자인을 만나볼까요?
 




어린 놈들이 문을 막고 있으니 좀 안쓰러워 보입니다.


그러면 이런 구두 형상 쐐기는 어떻습니까?





위의 3종을 셋트로 팔기도 하네요. 
상당히 비쌉니다. 아마존 쇼핑몰에서..



곰은 좀 든든하죠?



코끼리라고 표현한 것 같은데 어째 쥐가 생각나지?



저렇게 책을 뚫고 지나가며 독파할 수 있다면..




























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멋진 디자인의 돼지저금통입니다.
 

이 돼지저금통의 코에 플러그를 꽂으면 전기기기에 전원공급이 공급됩니다.

이 저금통의 특징은 저금통에 넣은 동전에 비례해서 전기를 쓸 수 있다는 것!
애들에게 TV, 컴퓨터, 게임기 등을 쓰도록 허용할 때 매우 유용하겠죠?
예를 들어 '동전 3개 만큼만 쓸 수 있다!'  는 등..

어린이들의 전기 절약을 몸에 배게 할 수도 있고,

과도한 컴퓨터 사용 등을 효과적으로 제한할 수 있을 겁니다.


powerhog 

power hog piggy bank energy monitor 

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파스타를 요리할 때 양을 계량하기가 만만치 않다.
대충 손으로 감에 의존해서 넣게 되면 항상 모자라거나 남는다.

이 기구는 그런 걱정을 없애준다ㅣ.
계량기구에는 아이, 성인 남자, 성인 여자, 말 형상이 관통 새겨져 있다.
사람에 따라 파스타를 해당 형상에 넣으면 계량은 완벽. 
그런데 '말'은 왜 있냐고?
서양 속어 중에 베가 아주 고플 때는 말이라도 먹어치우겠다고 말한다.
그 정도로 배가 고플 땐 그곳을 이용하라는 뜻. 


I Could Eat a Horse: Kitchen Device Measures Perfect Pasta

How hungry are you? Measuring out a portion of dry pasta can be a challenging task since the cooked amount never seems to match up with your expectations. This handy little device from designer Stefán Pétur Sólveigarson helps you measure out just the right amount of spaghetti for a child, an adult, or someone who is hungry enough to eat a whole horse.

Each cutout in the measuring device’s service is meant to both visually and practically define the appropriate serving size for each member of the family. The “horse” portion is meant to measure out enough pasta for an entire family, although we can see it feeding one super-hungry adult. The adorable device is available in both plastic and stainless steel varieties so you’ll never have to guess on pasta portions again.


출처 :
http://gajitz.com/i-could-eat-a-horse-kitchen-device-measures-perfect-pasta/  

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http://weburbanist.com/2011/09/12/13-energizing-batteries-mini-nukes-to-hand-cranks/

13 Energizing Batteries: Mini Nukes to Hand Cranks

The batteries we use in dozens of gadgets every day have stayed more or less the same for many years, but that doesn’t mean designers aren’t dreaming up innovative and sometimes perplexing new versions. From human-powered rechargeable alkaline batteries to nuclear batteries the size of a penny, these 13 designs seek out new energy sources in small packages.

Wind-Up Batteries

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Wouldn’t it be nice if, when the batteries in your gadget die on the go, you could just crank them back up? This battery concept by Qian Jiang has a built-in crank and a light indicator that turns green when you’ve got enough power.

Finger Battery Charger

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Just spin this cell phone battery around your finger – um – 130 times, and you’ll have enough power to chat for hours. This unusual concept by Song Teaho and Hyejin Lee gives fidgeters something productive to do with their hands and eliminates the need for chargers and wires.

Jump Rope Battery Charger

(images via: yanko design)

Get your exercise and power your gadgets at the same time with an energy-harvesting jump rope designed by Jooyong Kim and Sungkyung Kim. Rechargeable batteries are placed inside the jump rope’s handles; as you jump, the display tells you how many revolutions you’ve competed, how many calories you’ve burned and how much charge you’ve produced for the batteries.

Hungry Batteries

(images via: johnnyholland)

This design is purely conceptual – with no details worked out as to how it would actually work – but it’s interesting nonetheless. Mac Funamizu imagines batteries that would make it physically clear when they’re out of juice by growing thinner as they wear down. One glance tells you how much longer you’ve got before you need to recharge.

Penny-Sized Nuclear Battery

(images via: munews.missouri.edu)

You can hold nuclear power in the palm of your hand – literally – in the form of a penny-sized nuclear battery created by researchers at the University of Missouri. Providing an ultra-concentrated power density, the secret to this radioisotope battery is a liquid semiconductor. These batteries are used in underwater systems, pacemakers and space satellites.

Continuance USB-Powered Battery

(images via: yanko design)

Not only does the USB-powered battery function as a universal power source on the go for all USB-equipped devices, it also eliminates the need for a battery charger. Plug the batteries into your computer to charge them up and then, if you’re caught with a dead iPod or cell phone, just hook it up to the battery for a quick fix.

Direct Plug-In Batteries

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A similar idea bypasses the battery charger by placing outlet prongs right in the battery itself. Designed by Qian Jiang and Yiying Wu, the IF battery ensures that you’re never without battery power as long as there’s an outlet around. Of course, the downside is you can only charge one battery at a time when a charger can take on four or more.

One-Size-Fits-All

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Don’t you hate when you buy a new gadget and realize you don’t have the right size batteries on hand? The AtoD battery concept by Pyeong Joo Goh, Jong Seung Choi & Ji Soo Hong aims to eliminate that problem in a rather strange and surprising way: it’s made of memory foam, so it can squeeze into any battery slot. Of course, you’ve probably already realized there’s a problem with this concept: there are different sized batteries for a reason, and this nickel hydroxide battery, with the capacity of a AA, isn’t going to cut it for devices that need a D.

The Micro Lemon Battery

(image via: instructables)

Make your own decorative battery-light in the shape of a flower with this tutorial by Madaeon on Instructables. The battery takes the lemon-power concept, which normally requires about 3-4 lemons to illuminate an LED bulb, and makes it more powerful. The design requires just a few drops of lemon juice to light up a 3.5V white LED for at least an hour.

Vibration Powered Batteries

(image via: geekologie)

The Vibration-Powered Generating Battery fits in any standard AA slot and is rechargeable, but you never have to put it in a charger. Just shake it up, and it’ll regain its power. Developed by printer/sewing machine manufacturer Brother, these batteries are the gadget-powering equivalent of the Shake Weight.

Bacon Battery

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That’s right, you can actually power gadgets with slimy, fatty strips of raw bacon. Instructables offers a number of tutorials for building your own bacon battery, including this one, which can power an LED light.

Wind-Powered iPhone Battery Charger

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Need to charge your iPhone, but there’s no place to plug it in? Just strap it into the iFan and hold it up to the wind, and let nature do the work. Designed by Tjeerd Veenhoven, the iFan is made from a modified computer fan. It takes about six hours to fully charge an iPhone, but just hook it onto your bike or fix it to a pole in your yard and you’re good to go.

Kineticel: Capturing Kinetic Energy

(image via: reuben miller)

No time to turn a crank or spin your finger around in the air? Then this is the human-powered battery charger for you. The Kineticel by Yael Miller is a piezoelectric battery that can ‘capture’ energy from everyday activities like working out, running a vacuum or rocking a baby.

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