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Joy Resolve Barisieur Alarm Clock Coffee Maker
Design studio Joy Resolve has just unveiled their latest creation: the Barisieur Immersion Edition. Unlike previous models, this one not only features scientific borosilicate glassware, paired with a removeable walnut or blond timber wood tray, but a sleek minimialist design that fits right into any room. You still get a dimmable digital display (time + alarm) and a specially cooled milk storage area.

Norimaki Synthesizer Lickable Gadget Taste
Researchers from Meiji University, led by Homei Miyashita, have created the Norimaki Synthesizer. This lickable gadget uses ion electrophoresis in five different gels filled with electrolytes that supply controlled amounts of each of the five basic tastes. When activated, each one can apply an arbitrary taste to the user’s tongue, comparable to the way optical displays produce various shades from three basic colors.

Tesla Xbox Game Console
Photo credit: Martin Hajek via Yanko Design
If Tesla and Microsoft teamed up to make an Xbox Series X console inspired by the Cybertruck, this is probably what it would look like. Designer Martin Hajek came up with this concept and modeled it around the upcoming console, but gave it a low-poly makeover. No technical specifications were revealed, but we can’t imagine it being any more powerful than it already is going to be.

Amazon Game Studios Crucible
Amazon Game Studios latest game is Crucible, a 12-player, class-based adventure where players form alliances fight to become the last man standing. Another player will direct the game, enabling viewers interact with the game’s elements and trigger special events. In other words, this PvE (player versus environment) game not only has you fighting the other team, but also different beasts scattered throughout the game world.

Surf Lakes Largest Wave Pool
Australia-based Engenuity Solutions has created the world’s largest wave pool, and it’s called Surf Lakes. The system consists of “5 waves technology” with a piston-shaped wave-generating mechanism in the center. How does it work? A compressed air system makes the mechanism rise before it dives down into the water as it’s released, thus producing various types waves for surfers.