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 GuesneSharePinShareFlipWhatsAppPocket22 Shares Related Posts These helmet-mounted indicators help bridge the gap between bicycles and motorbikes It’s strange that bicycles have been around for centuries but they still don’t have the basic attachments like rearview mirrors or indicators. You’d imagine that bicycles… The world’s first magnetically modular multitool lets you pick and choose your attachments! For the first time, here’s a piece of EDC that really makes a lot of sense. The Windeler makes the case that you could have a… We Clucking Love This Table! This whimsical sit-to-stand table is a perfect alternative to bulky desks where space is limited. Inspired by the chicken-foot, the minimal design takes up little space… Clock designs that challenge the traditional time-displaying methods Wall Clocks, all of us seem to have them but have we thought beyond the regular hour and minute watch hands? Well, these designers have! And… Getting Nosy About Food Not that airline food is all that great, but I was amused to see the kind of meal selection they offered on an international travel. Some… The Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 is a Moto Razr-style foldable clamshell phone… without the nostalgia It almost feels like the guys at Samsung finally realized where they went wrong with the Galaxy Fold. I don’t fault them though. It’s in the… 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.