Security for the Sightless By Troy Turner 09/02/2015 Doing away with the need to fiddle with or carry easily lost keys! This combination lock for the visually impaired uses Braille for fuss-free operation. Designer: Edouard Guesne SharePinShareFlipWhatsAppPocket22 Shares Related Posts ‘The iOS App Icon Book’ celebrates the art of app icon design in a hardcover book that’s perfect for UI/UX designers Let’s just say that if there was a Bible for icon designers, it would probably be this book put together by Michael Flarup. Titled ‘The… This playfully polygonal lamp makes the perfect addition to any minimal workspace There are a few lighting designs that are so iconic, just looking at their silhouette is enough to identify them. The Pixar lamp comes to… The Instagram Filter Lamp! Who needs to color manipulate pictures for the perfect shot when your lighting can just about do the job to perfection?? Well, that’s just one… Another Coat Of Wax On The Old Standby There comes a time when a good product category just dies, think telegraph or typewriter, fantastic inventions eclipsed by time and progress. Case in point,… The Caleta Wall Lamp transforms a plain wall into a spectacular light-show Styled almost like a table-fan’s grille, David Pompa’s Caleta Wall Lamp comes with a hand-woven PVC shade… if one can call it that. The PVC… No More Slumpin’! Modern man spends nearly 13 hours a day sitting. Aside from inactivity, it’s just plain bad for the back as you naturally begin to slump… TagsEdouard GuesnelockLock for the BlindSecurity Previous articleTake a chair, everywhere Next articleA Little Better Ladder 1 Comment mahmoud says: 10/27/2015 at 12:38 am great idea, shouldnt we care more about disables people? Comments are closed.