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 Three Phase One aims at being the Tesla Model S of e-bikes with its universal design 2020 saw a very strange shift from cars back to bicycles. Perhaps for the first time in decades, the automotive industry saw the inverse of an… These self-disinfecting bedsheets automatically clean themselves so they don’t need changing Take a second to think about how much time you spend in your bed each day. It’s roughly a third of your day that goes in… Maracas That Light Up Life Traditional maracas are hollow balls made from dried gourd shell or coconut shell filled with seeds or dried beans. The new-age version is a kinetic-powered version… IIDA Entry Makes Fresh Water C-Water is one of those concepts that’s too good of an idea not to share. An entry in the Incheon International Design Awards, C-Water boasts water… And This Mouse Got Away! A show of hands those of you who got emails about carpal tunnel syndrome. Well the gory images sure put me off, but only for a… Ice tray meets storage with this minimal icebox! The Reversible Lid Ice Box combines an ice tray and an icebox to create one handy kitchen accessory that’s perfect for all your parties! Designed by… 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.