Dennis Caco and April Estrada have invented a mobile changing room that will make changing rooms obsolete. The hurried, haphazard change (before someone walks in on you) into clean clothes after a gym session will be thing of the past. With the outfit they invented – Undress – you can change in the lift of your office or in the middle of a beach, anywhere you want without the fear of exposing what you don’t want exposed to public.
Nutella Lovers – brace yourselves, there’s bad news coming your way. It seems the supply of hazelnuts – the main ingredient in Nutella, might be running out all across the world. At the rate people are consuming Nutella, soon, there might be no hazelnuts anymore to make this lip smacking, spoon licking sugary spread
If you are travelling to New York in the near future this series of helpful travel tips from the talented illustrator Nathan W. Pyle will help you blend easily into the day to day life the city.
Chances are you already know about Uber. For those of you who don’t – its a brilliant app that allows you to book a cab at the tap of a button and charges the fare directly to your credit card. There’s no time wasted on processing the financial part of the transaction. In fact according this blog – two to ten minutes are saved for both customers and taxi drivers thus indirectly contributing to our productivity.
But like all good things, it looks like Uber too might come to an end in India. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has ordered Uber to shut down in India by October 31, if they cannot meet the conditions RBI has laid out for them to follow.
Imagine people shooting bullets at you, and the only way you can dodge these bullets is by standing still. Time is frozen as long you remain that way. With every step, another second will pass and the bullets will inch closer to you. That’s the premise behind SuperHot, created by Piotr Iwanicki and Superhot Team as part of the 2013 7 Day FPS Challenge. Developed for the 3-D Oculus Rift headset, the gameplay encourages you to maneuver your way through a streaks of moving gunfire.