I know it looks kind of like an alien toilet, but this cup is actually modeled on the bizarre zero gravity–friendly design of cups used on the International Space Station. Drink like an astronaut!
In daylight, the globe displays a beautiful map of the night sky. In the dark, the globe can be lit from the inside, showcasing beautifully illustrated renderings of well-known constellations.
The Stirling engine was invented in 1816 and was meant to rival the steam engine. Nearly 200 years later, it still hasn’t quite made it to ubiquity, but works just fine. This one will get going on just a cup of water, either hot or iced.
The Flux is a beautifully crafted demonstration of the Lenz effect. When you drop a magnet through a copper tube, it induces a current, which in turn produces a magnetic field that slows the fall of the magnet. It feels like a piece of magic in your hands.
A gift that represents sustainability and balance, the EcoSphere is a self-contained, self-sustained ecosystem in a glass globe. Inside, shrimp, algae, and bacteria coexist in a nutrient cycle without the need for additional food, filtering, or anything but light.
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