NOAH: Desktop Cable Organiser designed by NUS Students

Cables, having them lying around can clutter up an otherwise neat desktop – hate them or not, you can’t live without them. Wireless is the future but there’s still a long way before we can say goodbye to cables. NOAH is the world’s first desktop cable organizer that houses your cables with a simple twist. It’s the brainchild of three industrial designers from NUS who share the common interest in entrepreneurship. It looks stylish and the material used feels premium, in sync with your modern day gadgets and accessories.
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RestOn: Will this sleep monitor be different from the rest?

Sleepace launched a crowdfunding campaign for a new sleep monitor that promises to accurately measures sleep time, heart rate, respiratory rate, body movement and sleep cycles. It’s meant to be placed on your bed, and measure your sleep without you knowing that it was even there.

We all know that good sleep is important, and attempts at sleep monitoring has existed either through wearables like the fitbit or through apps on the phone. Wearables often feel intrusive, while apps drain your phone battery. All these without knowing how accurate such measurements are. RestOn promises to be something different. You can read more at their campaign site.

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