Noise Cancelling Headphones Without Electronics

We havefeatures a number of noise cancelling headphones here on Geeky Gadgets such as the Bose C15 and Teac T50. Which both do a fine job of reducing surrounding sounds but are expensive and packed with electronics to assist the noise reduction.

ZEM on the other hand claim that they can reduce noise with no electronics and have launched their new SensGard noise cancelling headphones.

ZEM Heaphones

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The Time Talks Flip Clock

We have featured quite a few different clocks here at Geeky Gadgets, the latest one features a unique design, the Time Talks Flip Clock. As you can see from the photo rather than displaying the time in numbers the time is displayed in words.

So 3.15 is displayed as quarter past three, it certainly looks a lot more interesting than a normal clock, and I really like the design.

The Time Talks Flip Clock
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The HTC1 Smartphone Concept

Designer Andrew Kim has come up with a stunning concept for a new HTC smartphone which he calls the HTC1. As you can see from the photos the design looks amazing and we hope HTC have seen this becuase they should be considering this design for one of their future smartphones.

The HTC1 Concept features a large display and some of the parts are made from machined brass, as you can see from the photos there is a single Home button like on the iPhone and the rest of the controls are via the touchscreen.

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Coasters Made from Aerospace Materials Are Very Cool

If I were a geek that really enjoyed coasters these new ones from Black Badger would be at the top of my list. These aren’t the paper coasters you normally flick around your table at a restaurant while waiting for your food; these things are made from the same high tech materials that are found in racecars and aircraft.

The coasters are constructed from titanium and carbon fiber. The outer ring of titanium is also laser etched and numbered. There will only be 35 of these coasters made.

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Vibrating Car Seats Designed To Prevent Accidents

A researcher at Yale University has developed a new safety system for cars, that is designed to alert you of a potential danger, and instead of using either sound or something visual the system uses touch.

The car seat is lined with vibrating motors from cell phones which slightly vibrate when you are moving along the road, there are then sensors fitted on the outside of the car.

Vibrating Car Seats Designed To Prevent Accidents
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oStylus iPad Pen (Video)

We’ve featured a few¬† iPhone and iPad stylus here on Geeky Gadgets but the oStylus capacitive pen, definitely looks a little different. Watch the video after the jump to see the stylus in use.

oStylus capacitive pen

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The DIY Book Lamp

Here is a fun lamp for your geeky apartment, and you can easily make one yourself for about $5, the DIY Book Lamp. The DIY Book Lamp is pretty simple to make, yet it looks really cool, and would be a great addition to anyone’s apartment.

To make one of the DIY Book Lamps you will need, a hardback book, and a tiny CFL lamps, of your having a book with a light related title will make it even cooler.

The DIY Book Lamp
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MB&F HM4 Thunderbolt Watch

If your looking for a wrist watch that’s a little different to the normal, this Horological Machine No4 Thunderbolt by MB&F might be for you.

Its metal casing is made from milled solid blocks of high-tech grade 5 titanium with hundreds of hours of machining and polishing in the construction process. Watch the video after the jump to see the detailing on the crafted watch.

MB&F HM4 Thunderbolt Watch

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DIY: Electric Mountian Bike

We’ve featured a number of different concept and production electric bikes here on Geeky Gadgets but this electric DIY mod by Jennifer Holt is fantastic.

Using a 48v motor powered by a homemade battery pack made up of a 144 x 3.3v lithium ion cells.

Electric Mountain Bike

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