Ten percent of nothin'

Arcade style washing machine by Lee Wei Chen.

Clever Kingston University design MA student Lee Wei Chen has clearly realised this, and has come up with a perfect solution to liven up the depressing, yet necessary  ritual of laundry.

Bringing the childhood charm of video game arcades ino the dull, domestic sphere of adulthood, Chen’s amusement washing machine puts an entirely new, well, spin on laundry.

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Made by Garnet Hertz.
Garnet Hertz’s video game concept car combines a car-shaped arcade game cabinet with a real world electric vehicle to produce a video game system that actually drives. OutRun offers a unique mixed reality simulation as one physically drives through an 8-bit video game. The windshield of the system features custom software that transforms the real world into an 8-bit video game, enabling the user to have limitless gameplay opportunities while driving. 
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Made by Garnet Hertz.

Garnet Hertz’s video game concept car combines a car-shaped arcade game cabinet with a real world electric vehicle to produce a video game system that actually drives. OutRun offers a unique mixed reality simulation as one physically drives through an 8-bit video game. The windshield of the system features custom software that transforms the real world into an 8-bit video game, enabling the user to have limitless gameplay opportunities while driving. 

Read more about it here!