Connor Tulloch

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One-hand Rule

The Q Ruler is a piece of innovation that helps you measure the length of any figure. It is designed so that it can be with one hand only and …

15 Truly Breathtaking Pools From Around The World

Forget the world's most crowded swimming pool. If you're planning a vacation in the future, why not treat yourself to a dash of luxury and check into …

Wanted? The World’s Goofiest Sleeping Device Is Now For Kids, Too

The Ostrich Pillow Junior gives children a napping outlet while building their immunity to teasing.<p>Wear it, and you may risk being mistaken for a fanboy or possibly a (cranio)pod person. Neither is particularly desirable or socially advantageous–after all, you end up cutting a figure quite similar …

BioLite CampStove Cooks Your Food and Recharges Your Gadgets

BioLite has combined a stove and a power charger in one innovative design, <b>BioLite CampStove</b>. You’ll get to enjoy the benefits from both world in …

Gear & Gadgets

Did We Steal Our Moon From Venus?

Is our planet a dirty thief?<p>Dave Stevenson, professor of planetary science at Caltech, gave an intriguing speech at the Origin of the Moon conference in London this week. The most widely accepted theory about the Origin of the Moon is called the "giant impact theory," which is pretty much what you …

GIGS.2.GO USB Sticks : Tear It Off to Share

A pack of <b>GIGS.2.GO USB flash drives</b> which you can tear off to share them. The compact size (a credit card sized pack) makes it easy to carry and …

Lumigrids While Cycling

Lumigrids is an LED projector for bicycles that hopes to improve safety during night riding. It projects square grids onto the ground and by …

Is computing speed set to make a quantum leap?

Our imagination is stretched to the utmost," wrote Richard Feynman, the greatest physicist of his day, "not, as in fiction, to imagine things which …