If premium fabrication and innovation is design and technology wasn’t just enough, the Marshall Amp Fridge comes a perfect package for those, who really wish to listen to cool high-end audio. Combining the diverse functionalities an amplifier and a mini-cooler, the Marshall Amp fridge has taken a new turn in being cooler.
Ideal for one’s music room or party hall, chilled beers, ice trays and other beverage bottles can be tucked away inside, where as the front panel becomes the amplifier control center. All functionalities are on display, including the multiple knobs, which are to be tweaked as per preference, meaning working around it isn’t much of a task either. In other words, chuck away the beer inside, control your music on the outside, and have a gala time without using too many other devices in the set up. Minimal wiring and the actual speaker can be attached with no real pain.
The Switchmate Snap is Switchmate’s first product that provides smart lighting within seconds. Switchmate uses rare earth magnets to retrofit over existing light switches, turning them into smart switches using a Bluetooth low energy (BLE) enabled actuating mechanism. While current solutions require rewiring, screw mounting, or installing protrusive bulbs that reduce the functionality of existing […]
Homey, a voice controlled home automation system, could make it easier for users to get home and relax as it closes the blinds, turns down the lights and cues up a movie all at your command. Its founders hope to introduce a system that does not directly require the use of an app. You simply […]
You’ve seen vertical gardens, wall planters before but this is next level stuff. Art We Heart makes unique wall art using plants and moss. From trendy symbols like @ and # to cities like LA and NY, each piece is hand made in Los Angeles, turning plants into a new form of wall art. They even do […]
For residents living in the north, where sunlight can be a rare commodity during the winter, a psychological condition known as Seasonal Affective Disorder is a very real problem. Light therapy is one way to shake off the winter blues, and although artificial lighting solutions do exist, they are generally available as simple variations on […]