Its human nature that such thing that looks unique always attracts the eyes. So here I am posting the transparent gadgets and creative designs from all over the world.
I love my colorful iPod Mini. But none of the iPod cases and sleeves available could fully protect it from dirt, moisture and scratches. That is, until I found this simple yet brilliant solution.
The transparent Xbox 360 case is of $48.95. But this makes sense as it takes a lot more plastic, and it comes with some tools for cracking the case open.
3 – Transparent Nikon D80
Here is the transparent Nikon D80.The specs are still the same. In case you didn’t know, the Nikon D80 DSLR features 10.2MP DX format CCD sensor, 0.18sec start-up time, 3fps shooting rate, new EN-EL3e battery which claims to provide up to 2,700 shots per charge, built-in flash, 2.5 inch 170 degree viewable LCD display, 11 area Multi-CAM 1000 AF system, and 0.94x pentaprism viewfinder.
This refrigerator is one of many new home electronics displayed at National Electronics’ Invention Station in Tokyo. It not only displays all your gastronomical delights for everyone to see, but also has a super-low bottom shelf for easy in-and-out of heavy items, and fits more stuff than your fat uncle’s belly.
The dryer uses natural dry air instead of loads of energy to do its job.
5 – Transparent Chair
That chair is the perfect expression of what’s going on right now. It’s a berg ere, but it’s acrylic. It’s a sign of the times. It’s the minimal shape, but it’s luxurious. Call it nouveau traditional. But there’s nothing staid about this new interior design aesthetic. It’s about reinterpreting tradition from a contemporary perspective.
6 – Transparent Mirror
Series of mirrors available in two different sizes (105×60 and 180×60), realized in extra light glass with degrading shaded silvering, hanging on the wall with a chromium-plated metal cylinder. The small mirror can have a degrading shade upwards or downwards. This series of “fiction” mirrors designed by Jean Marie Massaud are made in extra light glass with degrading shaded silvering. They hang on the wall with a chromium-plated metal cylinder. Kind of ghostly… surreal…
7 – Transparent Canoe
This canoe hybrid has a transparent polymer hull that offers paddlers an underwater vista of aquatic wildlife and waterscapes unavailable in conventional boats. Seating two people, the sturdy canoe hull is made of the same durable material found in the cockpit canopies of supersonic fighter jets. Easy to maneuver, the wide canoe displaces a greater amount of water for more surface stability, and the paddlers sit lower to the deck, resulting in better balance. Adjustable seats allow paddlers of different heights to personalize their legroom. With a lightweight anodized aluminum frame, it can be easily stored or transported to and from the water. Includes two double-headed paddles, a water bailer, and two flotation devices. For ages 16 and up with parental supervision on calm water and while wearing a U.S. Coastguard-approved life vest. Weight capacity 425 pounds. Made in the U.S.A. 33 1/2″ W x 133″ L x 11″ D. (40 lbs.)
8 – Transparent Iron
The B-Iron 725 is a concept electric steam iron that will simplify the chore of ironing clothes. The B-Iron 725 is a concept gadget by Dong-Seok Lee & Ji-Hyung Jung. It is see through, so it is much easier to tell if you got those tough wrinkles out. The transparency of the B-Iron 725 is because of its construction material, tempered glass. The iron uses a network of electro thermal wires for heat conduction.
9 – Transparent Toaster
This transparent toaster allows you to see the bread while it is toasting. You will never be surprised by toast that comes out too dark. With a transparent toaster in the kitchen you can watch the bread turn a perfect golden brown color and hit the button when it’s ready.
Inspired by the Lewis Carroll’s novel ‘Alice through the Looking Glass,’ designer Yasmin Sethi developed a chess set that features pieces that “magically turn transparent” when they touch the board. In other words, when removed from the playing surface, a pawn would be opaque—nearly indistinguishable from any other piece on the board. However, when in contact with the board, the piece reveals its true identity. This effect serves to remind the player that the pieces have no value unless they are in play.
11 – Transparent Concrete
New Architecture in Concrete, translucent blocks and photoengraved building fronts to revolutionary materials that promise to change the rules of construction, as we know them today.
The product that seems to have captured the most attention is LiTraCon, an acronym for “light transmitting concrete.” Invented in 2001 by Hungarian architect Áron Losonczi, the translucent concrete block is being manufactured by the German company LiTraCon.
12 – Transparent Dice
These Large, 1″ Transparent Dice are available with your designs on one to six sides of the Dice. The Dice are made of a durable acrylic plastic, just like Dice used at Crap Tables at casinos. Our Oversized 1″ Transparent Dice are available in your choice of Blue, Clear, Green, or Red.
13 – Transparent Bath
Flore de Crombrugghe is responsible for this design, the transparent bath. Flore has added measurements on a transparent bath, allowing you to see how many bottles of drinkable water you are actually wasting. A simple solution to make people think about how much water they use everyday.