Archive for November, 2009

SunnyBag – chic solar power for the Business Pro

Sunnybag is a new line of exclusive shoulder bags with integrated, flexible solar panels made by Austrian company Ponsold. The first model available is the ‘Business Pro‘, made of finest dark brown cow-skin leather and includes a 1600mAh Li-Ion battery [...]


DIY – illuminated textiles

Lynne Bruning expanded her DIY eTextile portfolio on Instructables with the ‘flexible LED eTextile ribbon array‘ project showing how to create a textile illumination layer in grid form which is light weight and highly flexible, making it ideal to integrate [...]


Dr. Z Windbreaker jacket with iPod control from Zoo York

Zoo York‘s range of apparel which are inspired by the New York City graffiti art and skateboarding culture jumped on the interactive fashion skateboard trend and released the limited edition, iPod controlling Dr. Z Windbreaker jacket. Featuring the PANiQ eTextile [...]


Urban Tool – icaseBelt and ihipHolster for iPod and iPhone

Urban Tool, I like that name and their grooveRider shirts, has upgraded it’s famous carry gear for urban professionals with iPod and iPhone controls integrated into a multi functional belt and their trademark hip-holster. Called the ‘icaseBelt‘ and the ‘ihipHolster‘, [...]


Comfy warm ears with the Aerial7 Sound Disk Beanie

Winter is the time when beanies become an essential part of our wardrobe to keep our sensitive ears – and everything between – cozy warm. But covering up the ears makes it a bit cumbersome to use earphones especially the [...]


Wearable power – Dancepants

Wearable, limitless power for ‘on the go’ personal deceives is the dream of many. Batteries usually run out at just the wrong moment, in the middle of a phone call, while tweeting or when the motivational music is most needed. [...]


Body Electronics

Wearable electronic is still in it’s early stage, make the first baby steps into the harsh world of commercialization but visionaries and researchers work already on the next big thing in getting electronics closer to our bodies, actually inside our [...]