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Pioneer WWS-DT101 52″ Surface Like Table

Posted in Pioneer by Reuben Drake on May 11th, 2011

I think that we can all agree that the Microsoft Surface concept is pretty awesome, but when can you and I get one? Pioneer’s engineers are working on it with this ultimate 52” Multitouch interactive discussion table, the WWS-DT101.

The WWS-DT101 is based on a Full HD 52” TV with multitouch technology and will let you manipulate documents with the touch of a finger and share data with anyone either wirelessly thanks to TransferJet technology or to any network connected devices like PCs, iPhones and iPads.

Hyundai IT 70 inch Table Monitor

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on October 11th, 2010

Hyundai’s IT 70 inch Table Monitor is a 70 inch concept table monitor that can either be used as an upright TV or a touch screen table similar to Microsofts Surface. This concept table is equipped with multitouch capabilities so it’s good for business, education or even gaming.

Sadly we don’t have any detailed specifications of the device at the moment. But a table fitted with a 70 inch high definition multitouch screen is always a good idea if you ask us.

T3 Multi-Touch Table

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on March 10th, 2010

The coffee table isn’t what it used to be. Take Digital Touch’s T3-B table, a coffee table sized unit with a built-in 26-inch LCD and Wi-Fi. It will let you browse and interact with all kinds of things your old coffee table couldn’t.

The table also features an orientation switch to view your content from any side of the table. If that isn’t enough, the table can also be hooked up with an optional receipt printer, credit card reader and TV tuner. Perfect for a hotel environment or restaurant.

Star Wars foosball table made entirely with LEGOs

Posted in lego by Conner Flynn on March 1st, 2010

You have to be a real Lego fan to make a Star Wars Foosball table entirely out of Legos and Flickr user 2×4 is just such a fan. He has created a Lego Star Wars foosball table that is functional and playable.

The table features C-3PO as the goalie against a whole bunch of storm troopers. Everything is made from Legos, even the table itself is made from LEGOs. Pretty great work. I wonder how sturdy it is.

Twitter-enabled LED table

Posted in twitter by Conner Flynn on February 27th, 2010

Looks like a Lite-Brite table, but it is so much more. Instead of the usual, controlling a device via Twitter, or just displaying and reading tweets out loud, this LED does something different. It uses the tweeting masses to generate patterns of light on the table in an artistic way.

This is accomplished by using a hashtag and a specific format for entering colors and coordinates, which first are sent to a MacBook Pro and then transmitted to the table over Bluetooth. There’s even a live USTREAM feed that lets you see the results of your tweet.

Daily Shelter, a table that turns into a fort

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on January 18th, 2010

Kids love to hide under tables. Problem is they don’t make great forts, since every side is exposed and the adults occasionally like to eat on it. The “Daily Shelter” by artist Ingrid Brandth is a dining-room table that kids will love.

It converts to a secret fort. First, it’s an ordinary table. But it can secretly turn into a shelter where kids can hide from scary ghosts or just use their imagination. Ask any kid, there’s nothing cooler than a fort. A table that turns into a fort? Pure awesomeness.

Retro-tech Platinum table: Great idea, insane price

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on January 12th, 2010

The Retro-tech Platinum table is a coffee table with a 22-inch monitor and a computer inside. The idea is that you hook the table up to your TV as a media center. Which is a pretty nifty idea. Especially for parties and get-togethers.

The problem is that it costs $4,850. You could do this yourself for hardly anything. It’s the sort of product that gets us all excited to put this in our livingroom and then sh*ts all over our carpet with it’s insane price. Oh well, someone will do a better version for far cheaper.

Salt and Pepper Bots

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on December 1st, 2009

Salt and Pepper BotsWhen you are eating dinner do you get sick of asking others to pass the salt? I bet they get sick of doing it too. Well, that problem is solved, as usual with robots. When you need the salt, it should walk to you right? Well, now it can.

That’s just what these Salt and Pepper bots do. Just wind them up and pass the salt or pepper. They will cost you $33. Now all we need are some condiment bots for things like ketchup and mustard. Maybe a sugar bot.

Stardust Multimedia Table with dual touchscreens

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on October 7th, 2009

Stardust Multimedia Table with dual touchscreensHey look what just appeared from the future. Treecycled Furniture has unveiled the Stardust Multimedia Table which sports a few 15″ touchscreen LCD monitors from BenQ. It’s the kind of table that would be perfect on any Cylon starship.

The multimedia table also features an Accoustics amplifier and Fostex speakers, along with RGB LEDs in the middle section on top and on the legs. Like what you see? Me too, but it will forever remain in my future and never in my now due to the $14,726 price tag.

Laptop Steering Wheel Table

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on September 1st, 2009

Laptop Steering Wheel Table is a bad ideaUsing your laptop while driving a car is pretty difficult and not very safe for you or your victims. Now this Laptop table for your steering wheel is obviously not meant to be used while driving, but there are always a few idiots out there who will do it. As for those morons, we can only hope that they crash into a tree as they twitter about typing while behind the wheel.

Idiots aside, this is actually great for the traveling businessperson who always has to stay connected. It’s also handy for parking your food and eating in the car. Hell, if you had to you could probably change a kids diaper on this thing instead of driving to a restaurant rest room. So for $23 it’s pretty useful as long as you aren’t an idiot.

Barbie Foosball Table

Posted in Sports by Conner Flynn on June 11th, 2009

BarbieBarbie has everything. A dream house, Milabu dream car, and all kinds of other stuff I can’t name because I’m a guy. Well, now she has her own Barbie Foosball table. It’s like a bunch of 11″ ditzy bubble-headed dames suddenly got skewered through their armpits and are forced to play sports for your amusement.

That’s pretty much the whole story. It’s from french designer Chloe Ruchon who wants to make some sort of artsy-fartsy statement. We just see it as very pink and very full of airheads. It’s likely also full of several young girl’s hopes and dreams…

Ping Pong dining table

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on March 31st, 2009

Ping Pong dining tableThe Ping Pong dining table is two tables in one. Forget dinner and a movie, treat your date to some dinner and a game of Ping Pong. You know how much use you get out of your dinner table? Hardly any, when it isn’t dinner time. It’s a one trick pony. A waste of space. But this table pulls double duty.

When you aren’t eating, you are always up for a game of Ping Pong, right? Damn straight skippy. Now you can play Ping Pong any time you like…Except during dinner, unless you want a really interesting game.

The mousetrap coffee table

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on February 3rd, 2009

mousetrap coffee tableHere’s one concept that we hope remains in concept-land forever. The Mousetrap Table is a table with a hole in one of it’s legs. The idea is that when a mouse ventures inside, a sensor shuts a door behind him. Then the little guy is forced into the compartment in the center. Once there, the mouse will be consumed by a microbial fuel cell, which generates energy to help trap the next victim in a vicious cycle.

Why you would want a dead mouse on display where you eat is anybody’s guess. And any company you invite over will not stay long, I guarantee it. Anyway, wouldn’t it exude an ungodly death smell into your environment? Vincent Price should be the pitchman for this morbid little furnishing of death.

iPhone Coffee Table with built-in coaster app

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on December 7th, 2008

iPhone Coffee Table with built-in coaster appHere’s one nice looking piece of geek furniture. The iPhone’s colorful icons translate well into spots to park your drinks. Oddly and sadly, the iPhone Coffee Table has no special dock for your iPhone, and it won’t run any apps. It’s just a really kick-ass coffee table featuring the home screen.

One cool feature is that each icon features a removable coaster so guests won’t scratch up your giant nerd-decor. The creators claim that it’s “completely made of corrugate and glued together with white glue”. Anyhow, the end result is a beauty.

Dining table transforms into a pod

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on October 27th, 2008

Dining table transforms into a podWhen your HAL 9000 tries to kill you on board your space ship, things are grim. But until your computer goes rogue, you would probably be dining at a table like this one. When you and your crew mates are finished, it transforms into an awesome little pod that matches your ship.

It’s called the Kure from Turkish designer Fatih Can Sarıöz. It features a nice column of light in the center that glows blue. It’s a concept that you may well see become a reality in homes of the future. It’s modern and a real space saving design. Just imagine reading the morning e-paper while you eat your robot made food. “Honey can you put the table and chairs away? I’m late for work.”


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