Tuvie report on Le Whif which is a breathable coffee powder without any calories but containing the same amount of  caffeine of an espresso. I include it since caffeine is a way of enhancing our brains! And this could lead onto other products being ‘le whiffed’

I’m not entirely sure they ever went away! However here’s another focus on a medical device which has become a fashion accessory, room for plenty more of that. Read Simon Shilvers article On the Return of Glasses in The Guardian

March 27, 2010

FGADGETS reports on the shift of augmented reality application to the body. Here Prof Babak Amir Parviz has designed an augmented contact lens which can monitor the wearer’s heart.

a useful resource of biomaterials from Kush Tipathi’s blog

Core 77 reports on heatswell…now why didn’t someone think of this before!?

When something like the disposable coffee cup worked so badly requiring a sleeve to stop burns which then usually fell off- it’s great to see something which is at last an improvement

XSLABS | SKORPIONS

March 26, 2010


Joanna Berzowska with xlabs have created skorpions which are a set of kinetic electronic garments that move and change on the body.  Yet again fashion and technology are finding ways to work together.