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 Share Pin Tweet Share +1 Related Posts Share Pin Tweet Share +1 This RFID-blocking key-fob case works like a faraday cage to protect your car from theft Just like your contact-less payment cards stand a chance of being tapped into by a miscreant with a POS device, your car’s key-fob stands a risk… Share Pin Tweet Share +1 Share Pin Tweet Share +1 The world’s tiniest bottle opener and multitool is deceptively small The TiBO is small enough to be underestimated. Roughly the size of your thumbnail, it’s easy to dismiss the TiBO as something that’s too small to… Share Pin Tweet Share +1 Share Pin Tweet Share +1 Four-eyed Phone I’m loving how the Puzlook’s phone case borrows an idea from one of the most beautifully relatable puzzles we’ve all played with as kids, and transforms… Share Pin Tweet Share +1 Share Pin Tweet Share +1 A Super Simple Staple Solution Ever tried to staple your stack of papers in the center? You’ll only end up with a crumpled mess if you use existing straight staplers. The… Share Pin Tweet Share +1 Share Pin Tweet Share +1 It’s like Instagram, But It’s Real Life Printing images from your phone have just had their game stepped up with the latest release of the Fujifilm instax Share SP-3 SQ Printer. Select your… Share Pin Tweet Share +1 Share Pin Tweet Share +1 One Cool Black Coffee Maker I was a little confused by this coffee maker’s name but it turns out Urn does indeed apply to any similarly shaped vessel. Phew. Alas, Urn… Share Pin Tweet Share +1 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.