Igloo Vision 360 Dome---Immersive dome that projects HD images onto its interior walls to create the illusion of being in another place. Key Features: 360 degree projection created by five HD projectors, Domes range in size from 9m to 21m in diameter, Can be set up indoors or outdoors, Can withstand extreme weather conditions---From "Stephen Fry: Gadget Man" (tap through to demo and product links)
Philips Airfryer HD9225/50---Cooks chips that contain 80% less fat by using hot air. Recommended Retail Price: From 150GB. Key Features---Uses rapid air technology to cook, Heats the air inside to 200C in three minutes, Makes chips with 1.5% fat content (compared to 14% with a normal fryer) Can also be used for baking and some pasta dishes---From "Stephen Fry: Gadget Man" (tap through to demo and product links)
Laser Stars Projector---Projects stars on your walls and ceiling to give the feeling of spending time night under the night sky, Recommended Retail Price---84.95GBP, Key Features---Illuminates rooms of all sizes with a green glow of thousands of stars and cloud formations, Uses green laser and holographic technology to achieve effect, Can be wall mounted, Projector rotates through 180 degrees---From "Stephen Fry: Gadget Man" (tap through to demo and product links)
iOn Piano Apprentice, The ultimate piano teaching tool for iPad, iPod and iPhone Recommended Retail Price is 69.95GBP, Key Features---Free app guides you through piano basics, Built-in stereo speakers deliver, authentic piano sound, Tutor appears on the screen demonstrating how to play while the actual keys on Piano Apprentice light up, showing you where to place your hands, Teaches basics of reading real music notation---From "Stephen Fry: Gadget Man" (tap through to demo and product links)
Lumigrids is an LED projector for bicycles that hopes to improve safety during night riding. It projects square grids onto the ground and by observing changes in the grids, the rider can easily comprehend the landforms ahead. Lumigrids can be fixed onto the bicycle’s handlebars and the power is supplied by either an internal battery or by the rotation of the bicycle’s wheels.
The Scan Toaster, designed by South Korean designer Sung Bae Chang for the Electrolux Design Lab 2008 competition, can print the news, weather forecasts and photos directly onto the bread. The concept is simple -- just plug the toaster into a free USB port, place the bread, and the software will burn whatever it is you want.