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Published: 3 years ago
This video introduces BOOKINITURE, Portable Power Desk, Edible Growth, Hengentou, InnoGlass, OLYMPUS AIR, kraftwerk, LIGHTORS, Equil Smartmarker, Atheer labs developer kit, matter port, Tiger Stone, Kemper 2020, i-ROAD, Helix, Ping-pong robot, Spot, ROBEAR, Geminoid, Flow Hive. See the details at http://awesome-techs.blogspot.com/2015/03/top-20-awesome-products-for-spring.html



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Great video. You might like to take a look at our Industrial and Product Design degree show from this year. Thanks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3WOYcJNSYY&t=1363s

1 month ago

Wow ....

3 months ago

I like 20

7 months ago

sos

8 months ago

fantastic product

8 months ago

If you get in a wreck with i road,everyone in it is done for sure

1 year ago

http://trkur2.com/241715/26637Please visit this link and read all description of this product. It's a very good product.It helps your health.

2 years ago

I found this interesting, But that fucking voice is like listening to a retards conversation with it-self.

2 years ago

+Tomasz Drabczynski
At least it will sound better

2 years ago

Go sit on a cactus...

2 years ago

Wow. People are so innovative. All great ideas

2 years ago

Finally I can boot my dog without feeling guilty about it.

2 years ago

okay. So that flow hive is definitely on my list. I also liked the olympus attachment for smart phone. Not so sure about that smart car in the US.

3 years ago

here let pedobear help you up

3 years ago

Geminoid scared the crap out of me. I thought it was 2 people at first, and then realized one was lifeless... it was like looking at a damn zombie slave omfg.

3 years ago

17, 13, 10, 9 and 4 are cool. 3 is silliness more suited for children... 2--the implications should be obvious... 1 seems like a gimmick--beekeepers have to inspect the hive anyway for disease more frequently than they have to remove honey, so the "not disturbing the hive" point seems moot...

3 years ago

Great video man... that was awesome...

3 years ago

#4 is false. @0.55 it shows plant behind glass

3 years ago

That is amazing to see the flow of Honey through tube, wonderful invention i honestly believe.

3 years ago

Its Kraftwerk not Kraftwek :D 

Love this video!

3 years ago

Thank you Mr hawking

3 years ago

The white bear robot is creepy as hell! Hell naw

3 years ago

music is annoying.
thumb down.

3 years ago

Interesting that the Flow hive is your number one awesome product. But lets give credit where it is due. this was invented way back in the 1930's in Spain. U.S. Patent 2223561 and called the Garriga hive. I guess they were just better salesmen than Garriga was back then. But still a stolen idea!

3 years ago

3:12 hey dude don't be so rude to machines, let us not convey bad impressions to future robots, you know, who knows future :P

3 years ago

Inno-Glass can be used in office or art gallery type locations.  For those people whom only have a view of a neighboring building, this could allow you to set a view of trees with leaves rustling in the wind.  A image of a sunny day when the weather is bleak.

3 years ago

That the flow hipe is number one in these inventions is very disturbing. This is not at all helpfull to the real problems of the bees, it is just a commercial trick to make it easier for humans to steel honey and to give the public a feel-good, guilt-free experience because we are taking care of the bees, giving them less stress.
This system is not less stress for the bees. It is much more stress! It is an extremely unnatural environment for them with PLASTIC combs and hollow structure inside, the bees are all about a very complex, protected environment inside the hive. Normally they would build their own structure in a specific way, now they can not reach the place from where their precious food keeps flowing out, they can not fix it, fill it with propolis. That is stress, it's like a bleeding wound, you can not stop. It is all commercial hocus pocus for humans, to TAKE the honey with less hastle for bee-exploiters and to keep us away from the real problems concerning bees: environment: monoculture, pesticides, abuse of bees for commercial purposes, weakening them with breedingprojects and "medicine", ... If you have the time, please follow the links I've added. The bees thank you!

Also this film will help you see things more clearly: More than honey:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wh_IRrBeu-0

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hapicultuur/246934258717439?hc_location=ufi

https://naturalbeekeepingtrust.wordpress.com/2015/02/16/the-culmination-of-callousness-updated/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AF-kkb9jG1A&feature=youtu.be

3 years ago

La colmena que da miel sola esta muy bien si no fuera por el material utilizado.. como afecta el material con que esta hecho... a la miel... lo mejor siempre es lo natural y es la cera... aquí la estructura artificial no es de cera y eso es lo que no veo bien... como afectara a la miel... el plástico afecta a todo lo que toca y mas cuando esta en contacto... otra cosa: esto de dejar el pote que se llene esta muy bien pero no entiendo; que las abejas no intenten recuperar su miel que es lo mas normal... cuando dejas cerca de colmena miel a su alcance no fallan: se la llevan. es sabido por apicultores que potes con restos de miel, los dejas y ellas se encargan de limpiarlos dejando los sin nada..

3 years ago

The most amazing is the transparent display, but my mind was totally blown when I read it was capable of 4K images. Wow!

3 years ago

where we can find projectorpad?

3 years ago

Wish I could have a ping-pong robot.

3 years ago

Wow,
All of these would be handy!

3 years ago